Perth’s three-day lockdown meant only essential staff were on course to see it, but the record books will show Darren Taylor trained his first Saturday metropolitan winner, Morley Growers Market Handicap victor She’s God To You.

Taylor’s 14th win as a trainer was his first victory not only at Ascot but also in a Saturday city contest. She’s God To You justified favouritism to win a three-year-old maiden under Ryan Hill on Bunbury’s 2020 Melbourne Cup Day card, and the oldest living foal of two-time victor Flying Fath led all the way in a three-year-old handicap at Ascot under Natasha Faithfull, who was riding her for the first time.

She’s God To You races in the turquoise and white colours of Helen Harding, the Esperance-based conditioner who stabled the filly between her maiden win and her return to racing.

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