South African rider Greg Cheyne boosted his reputation as the 'king of the girls' after a remarkable fourth win for the season on a filly when Sweet Sanette catapulted herself into the top echelon of sprinters by spreadeagling her male rivals in the Victoria Racing Club Trophy yesterday. 'Gee, she really put them to sleep today,' said Cheyne, who must surely be setting some sort of record with four wins on the fairer sex this term in an environment where fillies and mares rarely win a race at all. 'I've said before just how loaded with ability this filly is and after a win like that I guess there will be nowhere to hide - she'll have to take on the best now. The important part is keeping a lid on her temperament because she's got the raw talent for anything.' Cheyne has won twice on Class Five staying filly Happy Contender for Derek Cruz, but it has been the victories of Sweet Sanette for trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung which have seen the fairer gender in the spotlight this season, and the filly romped away with yesterday's feature up the straight course by three and a half lengths. 'I'm not sure what Gary's plan is with her now but I guess he'll be running out of 1,000m options for her now that her rating will go into triple figures,' Cheyne admitted. 'Obviously a light weight was in her favour today but she just burns them off. I tried to hold her up a little and bring her back to me but she's so quick that nothing could get up beside her. She's got a way with that so far, but I think from here on in that she'll have to learn to relax a little against the good ones.' Sweet Sanette was coming off her only unplaced run when a close-up fifth over 1,200m at Happy Valley last start, but Cheyne believes she can run 1,200m strongly to be competitive in a race like the Sha Tin Vase on May 23, which may turn out to be her next task. 'I think the trick is going to be to get her covered up so she can settle and then she'll handle the 1,200m, but we have to find something quick enough for her to get behind,' Cheyne said. 'At Happy Valley over the 1,200m, she had a bit of weight and had another horse eyeballing her the whole way so it was impossible to steady her, but she still only lost by three quarters of a length. It wasn't like she didn't run the distance.' Cheyne said the win yesterday comes at a good time for Sweet Sanette's breeders, with the South African National yearling sales on in the coming weeks. 'I believe there are a couple of close relatives being offered for sale,' he said. 'But it's good for the breeding industry in South Africa anytime to have a horse doing what this filly is doing here.'