The first round of magical tales emerged during the ten heats of the Group 3 Ladbrokes Magic Maiden at Wentworth Park on Wednesday night.
With the first three from each heat, and two fastest seconds progressing to next week's four semi finals.
Fabulous Five, which took out the fifth heat in 30.48 is prepared by Central Coast participants Susan (pictured) and Ray Pitstock for the couple's grandchildren.
"There is a number of pups in this litter," Ray Pitstock explained posted race.
"We had our grandchildren pick out one when they were just puppies.
"The children's mother had suggested the name Fabulous Five some time ago, but sadly passed away before we got to the name stage," Pitstock said.
"The kids, who are between eight and 14, put together a range of names for the naming papers application, and Susan added Fabulous Five as option three.
"His papers came back and he was given Fabulous Five, seems fate really, so tonight means a lot to us and the grandkids," Pitstock said.
Fastest heat winner Benteke, name sake of the Liverpool striker, struck the winning blow in heat four of the night, securing victory by 10 lengths in 29.83. Leading through, Kembla Grange based trainer, Ruth King said she was pleased with the son of Collision x Pearl Napoleon's first race start.
"He has done it well tonight. Hopefully he can continue to draw well, and improve early, over the coming weeks," King said.
In an extremely open series, other winners included Wicked Warrior (30.21), Lowanna's Son (30.23), Zipping Jordan (30.28), Cosmic Rhino (30.32), Nangar View (30.36), Lochinvar Klein (30.46), Berry Flex (30.46) and Kay Dee Em (30.96).
Four semi finals will be run next Wednesday, March 16 in conjunction with up to five heats of the Group 3 New Sensation.
Wentworth Park's next meeting of the Ladbrokes Golden Easter Egg Carnival is on Saturday night, with the running of ten heats of the Group 1 Ladbrokes Golden Easter Egg.