Abamanova could step up to Group Three level in the Firth of Clyde Stakes at Ayr following her runaway victory at Bellewstown.
The daughter of Camacho finished third behind the useful Brick By Brick on her racecourse debut at the Curragh and confirmed that promise with a four-length success in County Meath on Wednesday evening.
Trainer Willie McCreery is looking forward to testing his juvenile filly in better company, potentially on Ayr Gold Cup day on September 23.
“She’s a smart filly and she’s made unbelievable physical improvement in the last two months,” said the County Kildare trainer.
“She’s starting to strengthen up and look like her daddy a little bit.
“We’ll keep her sprinting and she could go to Ayr for the Firth of Clyde Stakes.”