Zeyaadah is now three from three, following up her Chelmsford and Beverley wins with victory in the Listed Montrose Fillies' Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday.
Zeyaadah was once again slowly away from the stalls and was content to settle towards the rear of the field. Some of these two-year-old fillies were struggling from halfway on the heavy ground at which point Jim Crowley began to creep into contention.
Mystery Angel, who had been at the head of affairs throughout, pressed on from three furlongs out and looked to have slipped the field, but as Zeyaadah emerged from the dip she started gain ground in eye-catching fashion and was well on top at the line to maintain her unbeaten record.
Zeyaadah is by Tamayuz, a proven source of Group 1 winners, out of the unraced mare Masaafat, who is a half-sister to the 6f 2yo Listed winner Suez (Green Desert). She is related to three winners from 1m2f-1m3f and showed herself to have plenty of stamina to see out the mile at Newmarket on heavy ground. She showed signs of greenness in her previous starts and there is undoubtedly plenty more to come from this filly.