Kentuckiana Lodge filly Remember Me barely got out of second gear when continuing her New South Wales Oaks preparation with a powerful win at Menangle on Tuesday.

Driver and caretaker trainer Carter Dalgety sat motionless in the sulky as the blueblood filly jogged to a 1.52.8 mile win by a massive 14 metre margin.

The ease of her victory meant the race was effectively a training run for the Cran and Chrissie Dalgety trained filly. 

And if it was, the filly raced by the family of the late Charles Roberts - including Paul and Mary Kenny - couldn’t have her training going any better ahead of her New South Wales Oaks tilt.

“She absolutely jogged that,” Carter said.

“I didn’t intend to push forward, but she just doing it so easy and when we got to the front she felt like she was rolling 30 quarters when she was running 27.”

“She is just such a lovely filly and I couldn’t have been happier with her.”

Tuesday racing at Menangle isn’t where you would usually see a classy filly like Remember Me. 

But, Cran mapped out the race which will play an important part of her Oaks preparation.

“It was good to get that run into her, that will bring her on as we get her ready for the Oaks," Cran said. 

“There is a prelude for the Oaks fillies next week and then the heats are ten days out from that.”

“She is absolutely thriving over there and she is a filly does need strong work, so this race worked out perfectly as a lead up into the Oaks.”

Tuesday’s win topped off a perfect day for Kentuckiana Lodge.

Cran was on the Canterbury Yearling Sales Tour before he watched on as Remember Me delivered her powerful winning performance. 

“There were a lot of very nice horses to look at, that’s for sure.”

“We put the magnifying glass across them and took our notes.”

“We will go away now and refine things down even further.”

“I have got a pretty strong idea of which yearlings I will be chasing but in the lead up to the sales you don’t stop working on putting the pieces together.”

“All in all, a couple of weeks out I am confident that we are on the right track.”

The action continues for Kentuckiana Lodge on Wednesday with two-year-olds Black Pearl and Major Icon stepping out at the Rangiora Trials.