Patience from Braeburn's owners appears to paying off with the four-year-old breaking his maiden easily at Wodonga on Monday at just his second race start.

The half-brother of multiple Group 1 performer and present sire Star Turn, showed more wins will in store for his owners - Murray Thoroughbreds, Widden Stud and trainer Danny O'Brien's wife Nina - when he sat wide before pulling away for an effortless win in the 1100m event.

This win backed up the gelding's strong debut third at Bendigo on August 23, and jockey Damien Thornton was confident the son of Stratum could go on following his commanding performance.

"He didn't jump that well so I opted to ease up to them and have in a rhythm, and although we were wide throughout he always travelled as the winner," Thornton said.

"He is very immature still which is why you probably haven't seen him at the races until he was four, but the penny is dropping as he seems he learned a lot from his debut and it allowed him to be dominant today despite still doing things wrong."

Thornton has started the season strongly when teaming with the Flemington and Barwon Heads-based trainer having won three races from 10 rides in the first 40-days of the new season.

"It's great to get the opportunities with a stable like Danny's and hopefully our run can keep rolling along."

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