Trainer Daniel Bowman said the lightly-raced four-year-old, who was now won three of her six starts, would have her next start at Caulfield on April 14.
“She’s a really progressive mare and if she can win in Saturday class at Caulfield then she’ll deserve a chance at Stakes level,” Bowman said.
“She’s only had six starts and she’s yet to race anything fast enough that she’s had the chance to take a sit but I think she’s far from one dimensional.”
Working From Home is one of a number of lightly-raced, progressive gallopers in the stable another of which is the son of Melbourne Cup runner-up She’s Archie, Manhattan Arch.
Despite being beaten a nose by talented older galloper Jesta Dreama at Ballarat in his latest start, Bowman said he was far from disappointed in his horse’s effort and said he would press on to the $300,000 VOBIS 3YO Sires over 1600m at Caulfield on April 21.
“He’s still learning his craft and isn’t quite sure how to put a race away at this stage of his career,” he said.
“There was a significant gap back to third in the race and some pretty handy horses behind him.
“He’s going to only improve with more racing and maturity and his breeding suggests he has the scope to get over further in time.”
Working From Home and Manhattan Arch’s performances added to a terrific run of form for Daniel Bowman Racing in 2017 and the future for both horses and the rest of the emerging stable looks very bright.
As part of his focus on maximising returns to owners and ensuring the most enjoyable racing experience possible, Daniel has recently purchased four outstanding yearlings at the Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale.