Begood Toya Mother tuned up for Saturday week's Regal Roller Stakes (1200m) with a head-turning exhibition gallop between races at Warrnambool on Thursday.
The emerging son of Myboycharlie sat off stablemate Working From Home in the 1000-metre hit-out before being asked to improve into his work by jockey Declan Bates.
On the line, Begood Toya Mother had almost a length to spare over Working From Home, who was ridden by Harry Coffey.
Trainer Daniel Bowman was delighted with the work and confirmed the plans for Begood Toya Mother to run first-up at Caulfield next week en route to the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clark Stakes (1400m).
"He was really good, He had a good blow afterwards which was what he needed, to step out at the races and get rid of some nervous energy," said Bowman
"He got a bit out of the trial last week but we wanted him to come here and sit off another quality horse and really finish off his work, which he did."
Racing.com - James Tzaferis