STRATUM four-year-old Mymming has handled the step up to a mile with ease and will now head to town.
She made it two wins in a row, scoring a determined win in a Sunshine Coast Class 4 (1600m) on Sunday, October 7, despite missing the start.
After pinching some lengths after the slow start, jockey Matthew McGillivray again found himself in a spot of bother in the straight on the $3.20 favourite, but barged into the clear before winning well by a half-length.
"He had to do a little bit of pushing to get out but he (McGillivray) did a good job,'' said trainer Stuart Kendrick.
"She's always shown plenty of ability - just been quite immature,'' he said.
"This time in she's strengthened and her racing pattern is a lot more consistent now.
"I think she's a horse going places. We'll look at going to town in two weeks now and hopefully she can step up to that grade and onwards from there."