Trainer/driver Chris Svanosio says there is much more to come from Quamby Reactor, who impressed with his latest win at Swan Hill.
Quamby Reactor posted a 1:55.8 mile rate thrilling the big crowd at the Swan Hill meeting and Svanosio says there is much more to come.
"Quamby Reactor took a little while to put it all together as a young horse, but he has improved massively with each preparation," Svanosio said.
"He's a very big fellow and I think that was part of the problem in his first prep - he was gangly and took a while to get it all together. But once he worked things out he won his three year old and his Vicbred bonus and we gave him another break.
"This time as a four year old he's come back really strong and he won well at Swan Hill. I think he'll have a few more wins in him yet."
The stable is going well after picking up four winners and a number of placings over the past two weeks, and Svanosio has paid tribute to his team.
"I'm lucky to have a fantastic team of staff and they do a great job. The last few weeks things have been going nicely, which is great - it gives everyone a kick along," he said.
"We just need to keep things going and build from there."
Earlier on the card, Thermal Reactor trained by Zac Steenhuis and driven by Ryan Duffy gave a dominant front-running display to score by 18 metres in the Steven and Kyra Valentines pace.
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