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JOCKEY Tegan Harrison appears to have found the key to well-bred filly Nineoneone.
 
She was aboard the three-year-old when she placed earlier this month and again when she broke through at her fourth career start in a Sunshine Coast QTIS 3YF Maiden Plate (1000m) on Friday night (September 27).
 
Starting $3.90, she upset favourite Oozes Class with an easy two-and-a-quarter length win.
 
"She's always shown plenty early but was a very hot filly and has taken time,'' said trainer Stuart Kendrick.
 
"Tegan Harrison let her do her own thing and she was very impressive,'' he said.
 
Nineoneone, out of Hello Doctor, is a half-sister to Spring Tycoon.
 
She's by Time For War and was bred by Kendrick Racing client Scott Jimmieson. He was a part-owner of Time For War.
 
Images courtesy of Trackside Photography