SPEEDY mare Magnavale made it two wins from three starts after a dominant victory at Albury on Monday.
Given the run of the race by jockey Mathew Cahill, Magnavale ($9) cruised in the lead and showed a good kick in the home straight to take out the $22,000 Class One Hcp, (1000m).
Magnavale scored by just over a length from hot-pot The Doctor's Son ($1.70-fav) with Doctor Force ($18) a length further back in third.
Winning trainer Craig Widdison predicted a bright future for the four-year-old daughter of Magnus.
"She probably got the run of the race and it was another terrific ride by Mathew," Widdison said.
"He was able to stack them up and didn't really get pressured in the lead at all which suited us.
"When she produced that big kick in the straight, it was going to be hard for anything to run her down.
"She is quite a speedy mare and has now won two of her three starts.
"Not many horses get to do that."
The start of the race was delayed more than five minutes after the ambulance got bogged.
Local trainers dominated the seven race card.
Andrew Dale (Parliament), Mitch Beer (Act Of Fame), David O'Prey (Madam Palmer) and Pat Widdup (Benjamery) all produced winners.
The jockey honours were evenly split.
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