Highly promising filly Karijini Aurora again showed her bright prospects after taking out the $24,000 TABtouch Ladies Bracelet (1600m) at Percy Spencer Racecourse on Sunday. The three-year-old, trained by Summer Dickson, broke her maiden status in March and then crushed her opposition in a midweek class one race at Ascot last start. Karijini Aurora jumped a $2.50 favourite on the tote and settled second just off the leader Ellens Choice before coasting to the front in the straight and finding plenty at the finish to win by 0.9 lengths. Mygirlfrankie finished strongly to grab second for trainer Steve Wolfe while stablemate Regal Rebelle flew from ninth on the turn to run third in the fillies and mares feature race. Dickson said there was plenty of upside to Karijini Aurora, who has won three of her four career starts. “For her age and what she has done in her first preparation, it’s promising; she can be a nice city class horse,” Dickson said. “I knew the distance wouldn’t be an issue. Her last two runs were encouraging. “But the concern was about travel but she travelled a treat. “Her and Summer’s Skye, who is coming back from a tendon injury, are the most promising in my stable. “I will try get her over further, I think she can get out to 2000m, but I won’t push her I will just take her through the grades.” The owners of Karijini Aurora received a free service to sire A Lot, donated by Mungrup Stud on top of the $19,660 first place prizemoney. A young and emerging trainer, Dickson always knew the horse was special. “Michelle Blank sold cattle to the owners of Karijini Aurora, and she recommended the horse go to me,” the 24-year-old said. “She came straight to me after the breakers as a three-year-old and hadn’t been on a truck or anything and has now won three in a row. “She was a bit funny at the start but after her second jump-out, which I rode, her I knew she was something special.” Consistent mare Peggie’s Joy finally broke through for Capel trainer Bruce Watkins after consecutive placings at the track. Kyra Yuill landed her in the perfect spot before running down leader He’s Gonski to take out race one and give her the first leg of a double. Wolfe looks to have another classy galloper on his hands with Sea War, who progressed straight from maiden company to winning a class two race in impressive fashion.