The classy two-year-old daughter of Zoustar was sold at Goffs Orby Sale last year for €60,000 to Longways Stables, she would then go on to be sold at Tattersalls Craven Breeze-up sale for an impressive 210,000gns to Durcan Bloodstock.
Now in training with Owen Burrows the filly showed her worth on debut at Sandown on 26th July winning easily by over three lengths. Burrows obviously felt highly of the filly stepping up to Listed company on just her second start at Newbury.
In the hands of champion jockey Oisin Murphy the filly dwelt the start and sat at the back of the field waiting for room 2f out, she kept on well to just get her head in front when it mattered to defend her unbeaten record.
Trainer Owen Burrows said; "We took a punt as Miaharris has run only once. She was inexperienced early on and wasn't as quick into her stride as we'd have liked, but - as Oisin said - you didn't want to rev her up too much or set her alight. She hit the line strong and probably wants six. There's the Dick Poole and she's not in the Cheveley Park, although I considered it and it's encouraging she handled that bit of cut. We were pleased she'd come forward from Sandown and I think she'll always be a sprinter, while she's got a touch of class - she's pretty smart".
The filly is out of the Group-placed, Listed-winning mare An Ghalanta, making her a half-sister to Listed-winner Time Scale and G2-Placed Bletchley.