Dunzie was all over her rivals when making her debut at Scottsville but being something of a tricky customer at home, the stable was wary of what to expect first up.
She gets herself into a bit of a state, admitted Duncan Howells post-race at Greyville yesterday where she turned in a smart performance. Thats why she goes down with a lead pony.
Bred and owned by long-time supporter of the sport, Knut Haug, Dunzie is obviously a quick learner as very little went her way in the race. Drawn wide, stable rider Keagan de Melo, hunted for the inside rail without success and eventually cornered three wide. I didnt want to be there but I had to accept my fate.
But even from the draw, Dunzie quickened and pulled away to win as she liked from Alistair Gordons filly Prosecco, definitely a candidate for Follow Me.