A shot at a rich restricted race at Flemington awaits Fuhryk after she brought up a hat-trick with her victory at Moonee Valley.
And Fuhryk made it a better pay day for her connections by collecting a Super VOBIS bonus for winning the Gold Carat on Saturday.
On top of the $55,000 first prize, Fuhryk collected $30,000 in bonus money and will now chase a $250,000 pay day in the Inglis Dash at Flemington on January 28.
Ridden by Cory Parish, Fuhryk was sent out the $3.50 favourite before scoring by a neck from Widgee Turf ($4.60) with Gratwick ($4.40) 2-1/2 lengths away third.
Lindsay Park co-trainer Tom Dabernig said Fuhryk would now be freshened for the 1100m Inglish Dash even though he thinks the daughter of Star Witness will have no problems extending out to 1400m.
“She gets the VOBIS money and she beat the boys today and is starting to really go places,” Dabernig said.
“It’s a fantastic scheme and we try and buy VOBIS horses wherever we can.
“I loved her turn of foot late and she’s eligible for the Inglas Dash at Flemington.
“It’s coming back to 1100 metres but I couldn’t be happier with her effort.”
Dabernig said Lindsay Park’s earlier winner Tulip had worked with Fuhryk in her final gallop for Saturday’s meeting which had made the stable confident about the chances of Tulip.