UNBEATEN Ciaron Maher filly How Womantic is on track for group one success following her victory in the group three Kevin Hayes Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
How Womantic won her fourth consecutive race when she beat Enfleurage and Aquitaine in the 1200-metre race.
Maher, who trains in partnership with David Eustace, said there were various options open for the three-year-old filly.
"How Womantic has done a huge job to win four from four," he said.
"There's not many that win four in a row at their first campaign. We've got various options open for her.
"She's still a bit immature but has done a huge job. We may send her to Sydney for her next start in the group one Surround Stakes.
"It's one of the options we would consider another would be the group two Kewney Stakes in Melbourne."
Two-year-old filly Muntaseera put in the best performance of Blue Diamond Stakes hopefuls for the Maher-Eustace stable. Muntaseera ran second behind Letzbeglam in the fillies prelude over 1100 metres.
Stablemates A Beautiful Night and Unstoppable were unplaced in the group two fillies race while Rathlin ran third in the colts and geldings prelude and Tanker finished in sixth place.
Meanwhile, Warrnambool-trained gallopers Scales Of Justice and Begood Toya Mother let their fans down with unplaced runs in the group one Orr Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Scales Of Justice, trained by Lindsey Smith with Dean Yendall in the saddle, ran sixth while the Daniel Bowman trained Begood Toya Mother, ridden by Declan Bates, finished in seventh spot.
Yendall was upbeat with the run of Scales Of Justice.
"I lost a bit of momentum due to a bit of interference," he said.
"It was a good run considering everything."
Bates suggested the firm track may not have helped Begood Toya Mother's chances.
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