A pair of three-year-olds could be destined for further success after impressive showings at Kembla Grange on Thursday.
Gwenda Markwell's Either Oar won her second race on the trot, finishing over the top of her fancied rivals in a 1000 metre class one. She now has four placings from five starts.
The trainer plans on progressing the Unencumbered filly through the grades, with a midweek city race likely her next target.
Markwell has ambitious long-term goals, with the stable optimistic Either Oar can eventually feature in black-type races.
"She's always shown us plenty of ability and she just keeps improving," Markwell told Sky Racing on Thursday.
"The last 50 metres she knuckled down, it was nice to see that. It's always nice to see when they find the line a little bit strongly."
Either Oar's victory came as a Richard and Michael Freedman gelding also emerged as one to follow, High Supremacy impressive on debut.
While green, the three-year-old showed impressive speed down the straight to take out a 1300m maiden plate.
The son of Cox Plate winner Savabeel, Michael Freedman expects High Supremacy to enjoy a successful career.
"Christian (Reith) got him into a lovely spot," Freedman told Sky Racing.
"They sort of ran along a bit and he just ticked up behind the leaders. He was a bit green in the straight and wanted to run about a bit, but there's definitely some natural talent there.
"He's a bit raw, today will do him the world of good. He's a horse with a good future, I'd say."
Meanwhile, Canberra trainer Joe Ible will look to send Sepulchre to the Country Classic at Rosehill Gardens on November 7 after the six-year-old prevailed in a 2000m benchmark 64. Markwell's Chicansalade battled hard to finish second.
"Finally getting back to 2000 for the first time this prep, that's the key," Ible said. "I think she's just evolved into a deadset stayer and will only improve as the distances increase.
"We'll stay at the 2000 now, the Country Classic comes up in a couple of weeks time. The 2000m looks ideal against country grade. She's just a lovely horse for the stable and that would cap off a nice preparation."