The win was the second in nine lifetime starts for Megahertz and was worth $45,780, raising the career earnings of the 3-year-old English-bred daughter of Pivotal to $70,246. Megahertz ran her previous eight races in France.
"She was very impressive," Solis said. "I found one little hole, and luckily she's a small filly and got through there."
Nunatall, also making her first U.S. start and also trained by Frankel, returned $4.40 and $2.60, and La Martina, who finished third in the race for 3-year-old fillies, paid $2.60 to show.Megahertz and Nunatall were the second and third horses Frankel sent out in a stakes race this year. The Frankel-trained exacta paid $30.80 for each dollar wagered.Michael Bello. Megahertz (Pivotal -- Heavenly Ray, by Rahy) was bred in Great Britain by Cheveley Park Stud Ltd. and is owned by Michael Bello. (Chart, Equibase)