A winner on her racecourse debut at Newbury in August, the Khalid Abdullah-owned filly doubled up at the Berkshire circuit with a hugely impressive nine-length victory last month - a performance which saw her promoted to ante-post favouritism for next year's 1000 Guineas.
QUADRILATERAL (9/4) storms home against the rail to claim a dramatic victory in the (Group 1) Fillies' Mile at @NewmarketRace, for @Jason7Watson1 and @RogerCharlton!— Timeform Live (@TimeformLive) October 11, 2019
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Those Classic credentials faced a thorough examination on the Rowley Mile, having been supplemented for the Group One contest at a cost of £40,000 earlier in the week.
It will not have been easy viewing for supporters of Roger Charlton's 9-4 favourite in the middle part of the contest, as jockey Jason Watson was hard at work with over two furlongs still to run.
Despite getting loose in the paddock beforehand, it looked as though the also-supplemented Powerful Breeze would claim her third win from as many starts after quickening smartly to the lead.
However, once switched to the far rail, Quadrilateral - a daughter of Frankel - ate up the ground and powered home to deny Hugo Palmer's youngster by a head.