Tarzino was to the fore at Bendigo where his promising son Let Loose Ladies posted an early winning strike.
The Ben and JD Hayes three-year-old had been out of the money on debut, but showed the benefit of that outing when he came with a sustained finish for rider Ben Allen to score over 1300 metres.
“He got snookered back on the fence the other day and the race experience did him the world of good,” stable representative Will Evans said.
“Being by Tarzino, the step up in trip was only going to be of benefit and he was strong through the line.
“He’s a slow-maturing type and whatever he’s doing now is a bonus.”
Let Loose Ladies is a half-brother to South African stakes performer Ridethebreeze with their dam the Snippets mare Elleandee, a half-sister to the Group 1 Doncaster Handicap winner Sprint By.