The runaway success of Argenterie at Salisbury on Thursday offered boundless promise for the future.
Her trainer Marcus Tregoning was in upbeat mood as he greeted Kirsten Rausing’s well bred filly in the winner’s enclosure at his local track.
No Wonder. Argenterie had shaped encouragingly in finishing third on her debut at Goodwood just over a month ago and took a big step forward at Salisbury by dominating throughout in her division of the 7 furlong fillies maiden on her way to defeating Interweave by three and a quarter lengths.
Sharply out of the stalls she was soon in charge on the far rails, was fully in command two furlongs out and sailed home unchallenged with her jockey Martin Dwyer easing down in the closing stages.
Tregoning hinted that Argenterie might step up in grade before the end of the season, perhaps in the Rockfel Stakes or Fillies Mile.
“She is a very exciting filly with some nice entries and I’d say she will take up one of them”, he said.
“I’ve always thought a lot of her, she should handle any ground and will get a mile next year”, he added.