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Trainer Gary Hall announced a possible NSW Oaks trip after Majorly Foxy Styx scored a brilliant all-the-way win in last night's $50,000 Make Smoking History Daintys Daughter 3YO Fillies Classic (2130m) at Gloucester Park.

Majorly Foxy Styx ($1.30) set a race record in rating 1:57.5 to win by 18m from The Parade ($17), with another 1.5m to third placegetter My Samantha Jane ($11.60).

Hall believes Majorly Foxy Styx, a winner at her past seven starts, has an outstanding future.

"The filly's owner Rob Watson is keen for her to tackle the NSW Oaks at Menangle on March 2," Hall said.

"I'd like to still set Majorly Foxy Styx for our classics, even if she races in Sydney. My long-term plan has been to aim her at the WA Derby in April and WA Oaks in May."

Six-year-old Pacific Warrior landed substantial bets when he produced an impressive front-running performance to win last night's $25,000 Governor's Cup (2130m).

The Ray Williams-trained gelding, driven by Kade Howson, was backed from $1.80 to $1.30 in the last two minutes of betting.

Pacific Warrior rated 1:57.5 to score by 4.5m from Mighty Flying Thomas ($8.50) and Uppy Son ($25.60) was a neck away in third place.

·Empire Flame, who drew barrier one, has been scratched from tonight's $50,000 Inter Dominion Heat (2536m) at Gloucester Park.

Likely frontrunner Livingontheinterest will move to the pole and is expected to be trailed out by David Hercules.

The West Australian

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