Three-year-old filly Sugartown underlined her status as a horse of the future when she made it back-to-back dominant wins at Bendigo on Sunday. 

After knocking off her maiden easily at Bendigo on May 2, the daughter of Shamus Award returned today and was once again far too good for her rivals. 

Jockey Ben Allen said he was impressed by the progressive Danny O’Brien trained filly. 

“She was very good and showed a sharp turn of foot when the gap came, and then she laid and had a good look around when she was clear in front which shows there is still more there for her to give,” Allen said post-race. 

The half-sister to Group 2 winner Graff is starting to build an imposing record with two wins and two seconds from four career starts. 

With a maiden win and Benchmark 64 wins under her belt, Allen thought it would be good time to test her in the city. 

“Not many horses bounce out of a maiden and continue their domination against the old horses next start, so she has plenty of talent and I would think she would be right the mark of Danny decided to run in town next start,” Allen added. 

"He could step her up in trip as she was strign through the line too."

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