The former, a daughter of Mastercraftsman, landed the mile fillies' maiden at Ascot in facile fashion under Jim Crowley.
She was third in a similar event at the same track back in July and stepped up to win nicely.
She was always to the fore and quickened up well to win by an eased down two and a half lenghts.
Shortly afterwards, Maljaa secured back-to-back wins when taking the 5f handicap at Haydock.
Sheikh Hamdan's son of Paco Boy won at Doncaster last time out and again stuck his neck out gamely to hold off all challenges by neck.
Roger said: "Dawn Of Hope is a lovely filly. She shaped well on debut in what was a useful maiden and has improved on that to win easily. She stays well and is a nice prospect.
"Maljaa is a progressive young sprinter. He has won his last two and showed a really likable attitude to hold on there."