The first two trials at Warwick Farm on Tuesday morning featured a galaxy of stars with seven Group I winners engaged, but the two heats were won by three year-old fillies that have yet to win a G1, but promise to do so in the autumn.

Justify (USA) has been making headlines for all the right reasons of late, but this time last year it was a different two year-old that was putting his name in lights and that was Learning to Fly.

She scored dazzling wins in stakes races at her first three starts in January, February and March before losing her rider and being injured in the Golden Slipper.

Annabel Neasham has taken a patient approach in returning the star filly to racing and she looked strong and ready to fire this morning in her second trial back winning with ears pricked over Caulfield Guineas winner Griff and Group II winner Encap with Victoria Derby winner Riff Rocket and G1 mares Atishu and Espiona closely off nicely.

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