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By Press Association Sport Staff. Last Updated: May 21, 2010 7:25am
David Wachman - eyeing Queen Mary.
Meow is Royal Ascot-bound after streaking to an impressive success in the I.T.B.A Southern Region Supporting Irish Breeders Maiden at Tipperary.
Narrowly denied by Moment Of Weakness on her debut at Dundalk, the beautifully-bred Storm Cat filly - out of crack sprinter Airwave - clearly derived plenty of benefit from that experience.
Johnny Murtagh had her at the head of affairs from the off and supporters of the 1-5 favourite never had cause for concern as she kicked clear a furlong out to score with seven lengths in hand of Queen Of Spain.
Delighted winning trainer David Wachman said: "She's a nice filly and she's very fast. She got a bit tired in Dundalk the last day.
"She's improved a lot since her first run. She's very mature, strong and fast.
"We hope to go for the Queen Mary in Ascot now."
Meow was completing a quickfire treble for Murtagh after earlier wins on Eskimo and Jembatt.