Bought for $40,000 during the Book 2 session at Karaka, the lightly raced Flaunting boosted her earnings to $49,500 on Saturday along with a valuable first piece of black-type for her pedigree page.
By Showcasing from Acapela, she was offered by Haunui Farm.
Runner-up She’s A Lady (Swiss Ace) was passed in during the Book 3 session with a $12,000 reserve. She has now earned $33,410 in prize-money.
Third-placed Jager Bombed (Charm Spirit) cost $20,000 in Book 1 and has earned $14,275 in his five starts to date.
Flaunting won and placed in her first two starts before she was unplaced against a stellar field in the $1 million Karaka Million 2YO at Elerslie in January.
After warming up with a trial win on May 14, Saturday was her return to racing action for Te Rapa trainer David Greene.
“It was a really tough win,” Greene said. “She had to go back and then pick a path through.
“We’ll probably tick her over now and then have a crack at the Listed Ryder Stakes at the end of July.”