Seventeen weeks later on 13 February 1993 she won a 2YO race first up at Newcastle with Mark Peters on board, and followed that with a big win in another 2YO race at Wyong on 25 February 1993 with Craig Carmody riding. Her next start was in the country where she was an unlucky second to Acapulco Queen, in the Wellington Boot on 15 March 1993, after which she was spelled again.
She ran fourth in a 900 metre dash at Newcastle when resuming, but that was the last time she was beaten. On 8 August 1993 she won the Three Year Old RST Handicap at Rosehill before heading for the rich Princess Series. She won the Group 2 Silver Shadow Stakes on 21 August and then the Furious Stakes on 4 September, both with authority, then won the Group 2 Tea Rose Stakes on 18 September at Rosehill by a widening 5 lengths ( a race well worth viewing if you ever get the opportunity). Two weeks later she got a well-deserved Group 1 win when she took out the Flight Stakes at Randwick on 2 October. She was the first filly to win all four legs of the Princess Series and only one other has repeated this feat (Samantha Miss in 2008) although several have taken out three of the four legs.
She was spelled again with plans to bring her back for the Autumn. While in work preparing for the autumn she developed a breathing abnormality and was diagnosed with polyps on the larynx. She was operated on but sadly didn’t leave the operating theatre alive. At the time she had raced 10 times for seven wins and was the best three year old filly in Australia. It is very fitting to have a race named in her honour.