Starting the $1.70 favourite, he led at a strong tempo before holding out Toogoodfortoorak to score by three quarters of a length.
After jumping steadily from barrier one, Ethan Brown was able to drive through to lead after 100 metres.
From that point Brown had his rivals chasing before kicking strongly in the home straight.
Burdened effectively with topweight of 61.5kg, the 4YO son of Fighting Son showed great qualities in winning the Tobin Brothers Celebrating Lives Handicap over 1440m.
In winning, the gelding continues to build on an impressive record that now consists of three wins and two placings from five starts.
Looking to work his way through the grades, Daniel will target a BM70 next.
“At this stage, I don’t have any set plans, I will let the dust settle and find a BM70 in the city.”
When quizzed about a racing style similar to former stable star Begood Toya Mother, Daniel was circumspect.
“A few people have made that comparison, hopefully they are right.”
The win continues a terrific run for the stable that includes three wins from four runners to kick off 2023 in style.
Thirteen wins and 12 placings from the last 50 runners, has the team striking at an impressive 50% for top three finishes.
Congratulation to Miso’s owners Daryl and Jane, who have been loyal supporters of the stable since we started training.