Talented Zoustar Filly Wins on Debut
Three year-old Zoustar filly Hissy Fit is short in stature but long on talent and made a winning debut at Mornington on Sunday for a big group of very happy owners.
Purchased for just $50,000 from the Widden Stud draft at Inglis Premier by Dream Thoroughbreds / Bluegrass Bloodstock (FBAA) / Yargi Racing, Hissy Fit is trained by Amy and Ash Yargi, who picked out a 1000m maiden for her debut.
With Jamie Kah on board, Hissy Fit was a short priced favourite and the full sister to Group placed speedster Battleton forged clear to win by a length.
Hissy Fit pins the ears back & rockets home on debut 🚀 @YargiRacing @jamieleekah07 pic.twitter.com/M5p74xn7ok
— Racing.com (@Racing) January 22, 2023
Jamie Kah was full of praise for the filly with more wins predicted.
“When you see her you wouldn’t think she had much scope, but she’s fast and actually has a turn of foot,” Kah said.
“She’s tiny, I felt like I was riding out on a Shetland pony, but she’s got the ability there.”
Hissy Fit is the second winner for smart Commands mare Dulverton, a half-sister to Champion NZ 2YO Warhorse.
Widden Stud offered her current yearling, a colt by Zousain, at the recent Magic Millions and he was interestingly bought by Dream Thoroughbreds/Bluegrass Bloodstock (FBAA) for $250,000, so Hissy Fit has no doubt been showing good potential.
Dulverton produced a colt last spring by Zousain and is now back in foal to Zoustar.