Trainer Danny O'Brien produced another winning two-year-old on Sunday at Ballarat, in Skiddaw and the colt looks the goods.

The son of Hinchinbrook, who made his debt with an unplaced effort in January at Flemington, was all class as he powered to the line for Damien Oliver clear of his rivals. 

"I was a little concerned when we were crossed early, but the small gap came and he was good enough to take it and cruise to the line," Oliver said.

"He wasn't screwed down for today so there is plenty of improvement left in him and I think he has a very good future."

O'Brien highlighted that he was likely to test the  town next start for the juvenile who is the son of Pentire mare Hidden Message, that O'Brien trained to win 5 races including two in town over 2040m.

"He proved he wasn't ready when we raced him in town and he performed below our expectations. However we have him a break and he has come back a very nice horse that is going to mature into a lovely three-year-old," O'Brien said.

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