Impressive filly Sugartown sat three-deep throughout in her first-up performance  at Bendigo on Sunday yet was still able to win her maiden convincingly.

The win has her jockey Damian Lane convinced that filly can measure up to better races in her future.

"It was a dominant performance and I feel she will only get better when she is able to ridden a bit quieter. The plan today was to ride her with cover, but she began too well and we ended having to ride her as the best horse in the race, which she was," Lane said.

"She is a lovely filly with plenty of ability and expect to see her in a good race one day."

The daughter of Shamus Award finished second at both her starts in her first racing preparation and that win makes her the fourth winner from four runners for broodmare Dinkum Diamond, thus making her a half-sister to Group 2 winner Graff.

The victory was a great result for trainer Danny O'Brien who bred, owns and races the filly with Widden Stud.

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