Rippin Tay Tay will enter this Saturday’s Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge Final (720m) as a genuine threat for Cowra trainer Geoff Curtale, having won on her Wentworth Park debut two weeks ago.
The three-year-old bitch of 40 starts recorded the quickest time over the distance that night, stopping the clock in 42.93s.
Rippin Tay Tay will exit box seven and will need to produce another gutsy performance to match it with the likes of Raymond Smith’s Group 1 National Derby winner Big Daddy Bee.
Canowindra trainer David Grant will also feature with Justa Grant lining up in the Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge Final (520m).
Both races are worth $20,000-to-the-winner.