INGLEWOOD, Calif. - By Tuesday morning, less than a day after Dubawi Heights won her first Grade 1 race in the $250,000 Gamely Stakes at Hollywood Park, trainer Simon Callaghan's international cell phone bill was climbing rapidly.\r\nThere was a lot to talk about, particularly to the group that owns Dubawi Heights, whose members were spread across England and Ireland, with one on vacation in Ibiza, Spain, over the weekend.\r\n&quot;It will be pretty insane, I think,&quot; Callaghan said of his phone bill. &quot;But it was a really good day.&quot;\r\nThe Gamely was run at 1:25 a.m. Tuesday, local time, in England and Ireland, but for the partners it was worth losing sleep for. &quot;They all stayed up and watched it,&quot; Callaghan said. &quot;They knew the results right away.&quot;\r\nWhat owners such as Neville Callaghan (Simon's father), Michael Magnier, Clodagh McStay, and Annabel Wyatt saw was a 4-year-old filly who gave Simon Callaghan, 28, his first Grade 1 win, with her fourth consecutive victory.\r\nDubawi Heights raced near the front throughout under jockey Joel Rosario and wore down a stubborn pacesetter in Celtic Princess to win the race over 1 1/8 miles on turf by a head. &quot;I've watched the replay a few times,&quot; Callaghan said. &quot;That filly was tough on the lead. Joel was riding like he knew he would always get there. He didn't have to be ultra aggressive with the whip.&quot;\r\nLeft farther down the field were the third-place finisher, Cozi Rosie, who won the Buena Vista Handicap at Santa Anita in February; and Malibu Pier, who won the Santa Ana and Santa Barbara handicaps at Santa Anita, but was only fifth in the Gamely.\r\nDubawi Heights, a winner of 4 of 12 starts and $655,196, won her first stakes in the Grade&nbsp; 3 Wilshire Handicap over 1 1/16 miles in late April. Stakes-placed in England at 2 in 2009 as a maiden, Dubawi Heights missed the first eight months of her 3-year-old season last year because of a bone chip in a knee, a bout with colic, and a tibia injury. She finally started on Labor Day, but finished eighth.\r\nThe current winning streak began with a victory in a maiden race at Hollywood Park last November. The win in the Grade 1 Gamely has left Callaghan thinking of how to plan the summer, with the initial focus on a start in the&nbsp; $750,000 Beverly D. Stakes over 1 3/16 miles on turf at Arlington Park on Aug. 13 or the $250,000 John Mabee Stakes over 1 1/8 miles on turf at Del Mar on Aug. 14.\r\nIn the short term, Callaghan said that Dubawi Heights has earned a break, and one of those mid-August races could be her next start. She emerged from Monday's race in good condition, the trainer said.\r\n&quot;She doesn't need a prep race, and it doesn't take her much to get fit,&quot; he said on Tuesday morning. &quot;She's gone from strength to strength. We've jogged her and she's really sound.&quot;\r\nWhile Callaghan contemplates a late-summer campaign, he is beginning to have thoughts about the fall, and the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Churchill Downs in November. &quot;It would be nice to think we could go to Churchill at the end of the year,&quot; he said.