Dyna Maddie landed some big bets shortening from $12 to $3.50 in the third National Futurity heat at Wentworth Park on Saturday night.
One of two Dailly runners to feature on the Group 1 heat program, Dyna Maddie didn't disappoint her backers, clocking the second fastest time of the night, and the quickest time for the bitches series at 29.70.
Dailly's Diego Bale won the opening National Derby heat in 29.83, leading all the way from box eight, to beat home last week's Group 1 Ladbrokes Paws of Thunder winner, Asa Flying Spur.
With five heats of both the National Derby and Futurity Age Classics held at the Glebe circuit on Saturday night, racing was at it's best.
Brett Bravo's My Girl Chloe took the opening heat in 30.25, giving the daughter of Fabregas x Natural Sapphire her second straight win on the track, beating home her more fancied rivals of Fantastic Skye and Where Art Thou.
South Coast based, Loretta Rice won the second Futurity heat with Natahli Dedee winning impressively over Mitcharlie Mia in 30.16, with both runners qualifying for next Saturday's $75,000 to the winner Final.
Cash In Motion pocketed an additional $2700 in prizemoney, claiming the Wentworth Park jackpot, after winning the third heat of the Futurity in 30.44 in a barn storming run, where Cash In Motion came from last early to win by 1 1/2lengths over Pearl's Legacy.
Mepunga Rosie for Victorian trainer Jeff Britton took the final National Futurity qualifier in 30.23 just over Lyka Allen.
Arguably the strongest National Derby series in years, with the depth of runners through the series sensational it was no surprise to see so many long odd results landed.
Pedro Cerrano took out the second heat, returning $8 to punters, with the son of Where's Pedro x Chasing Diana holding off a late challenge from Group 2 Dapto Puppy Auction winner France Soir.
Recording best of the night figures, Good Odds Ocker, was ultra impressive in his heat victory in 29.67. Finishing strongly, Good Odds Ocker beat Nangar Flame, recent Bathurst Cup winer Aqua Cheetah and Paws of Thunder placegetter Smart Missile.
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Anne Hector qualified Spritely Dancer for next week's Group 1 final, when he took out the fourth of the Derby qualifiers in a personal best of 29.71 over Sleek Master and Snakebite Bale.
Having not recorded a winner at headquarters in the first nine races, Saturday's racing was shaping up as unusual for Anthony Azzopardi. Asa Killa Queen set the kennel straight however, taking out the final Derby heat in a close finish with Magic Spring, stopping the clock at 29.90.
Box draws for the finals are: