Going Global, one of six stakes winners from the first crop of Mehmas, continued to take California by storm on Saturday with an impressive victory in the China Doll Stakes at Santa Anita.
Running well in third was another Mehmas filly, Quattroelle.
Making her second start for Phil d'Amato, Going Global swooped from the back of the field under a confident Flavien Prat to win going away. She now boasts three wins from six starts.
Previously trained in Ireland by Michael Halford, for whom she won at Dundalk, Going Global hails from the incredible first crop of Mehmas.
She was bred in Ireland by Nicky Hartery out of Wrood, a winning Invasor half-sister to Group 3 winner Racer Forever, and originally purchased for €15,500 by Pioneer Racing out of the Goffs Sportsman's Sale.
The sire of an astounding 58 first-crop winners, Mehmas' representatives also include the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes scorer Supremacy, Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes winner Minzaal and Listed winners Acklam Express, who ran third in Saturday's Group 3 Nad Al Sheba Sprint at Meydan, and Method.
Mehmas stands for €25,000 in 2021.