Top New Zealand filly Supersonic Miss has been installed as a $1.70 favourite for the $A322,000 APG 2yo Fillies Final after landing barrier one for the Group One feature at Menangle on Sunday.
The Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen trained filly, who has been successful in all of her three starts, was victorious in the American Ideal Leonard Memorial (Gr3) in her first start at Addington before travelling back to her homeland, where she has been an emphatic winner of both her APG heat and semi-final.
Supersonic Miss is currently being stabled with Luke and Belinda McCarthy, who prepare one of her rivals in Bamako Mali, however her main danger looks to be the Daniel Thackeray trained Rosie OReilly, who streeted her rivals in her APG semi-final.
Rosie Oreilly, who is also unbeaten, is currently the $3 second favourite with Tab.com.au and has pleased her trainer since her last win.
"She has pulled up really well and hasn't missed a feed since her semi final so I couldn't be happier with her," Thackeray said.
Rosie Oreilly is being stabled at the property of Jack Primmer, where she has settled in very well.
Menangle on Sunday will remarkably be just one of six meetings that the All Stars team race horses at during the weekend. They will also line up Follow The Stars and Kept Under Wraps in the APG semi-finals at Melton on Friday, while also attending four domestic meetings in New Zealand.
Those four domestic meetings are Addington (Thursday), Alexandra Park (Friday), Gore (Saturday), and Rangiora (Sunday).
Meanwhile, a further 11 All Stars horses will head to Auckland on Sunday to prepare for the upcoming feature Alexandra Park carnival, including Border Control, Arden Rooney, Linda Lovegrace, Alleluia, and champion mare, Adore Me.
By Mitchell Robertson