Spinhro made a winning start for his new stable in Sydney and trainer Ron Quinton believes the gelding can go on with the job at Canterbury on Wednesday.
The former Queensland-trained Spinhro got off the mark in his first start for Quinton at the same track two weeks ago after being transferred from the Norm Stephens yard.
Quinton resisted the temptation to take the three-year-old to Saturday grade and is happy to let the striking son of Lonhro try to work through his classes, starting with the Panasonic Specialist Air Network Handicap (1250m).
"He could have went to a Saturday race but if he can continue to go through his grades we've got plenty of time for better races," Quinton said.
"So we'll just take it one race at a time."
Quinton has had a successful season with his small Randwick-based team which has netted a Group One win for Ofcourseican in the Coolmore Classic along with Group wins to the same mare in the Liverpool City Cup and also Monton in the Villiers.
The trainer will chase another stakes victory at Rosehill on Saturday when another recent stable acquisition Irish Dream runs in the Listed Winter Stakes (1400m) at Warwick Farm.
Onecatstoomany is also nominated but Quinton said the mare would be saved for another race on the program.
Quinton hasn't ruled out Spinhro forming part of his carnival team next season.
Spinhro was left in Sydney with Quinton after winning a Class One during the Scone Cup carnival in May and an unplaced effort at Rosehill.
"They just thought he might be a little bit better than Brisbane class," Quinton said.
"Norm owns a fair bit of him himself and just thought he was worth a chance in Sydney."
Spinhro was ridden by Quinton's stable apprentice Sam Clipperton last start when the gelding drove through late to score over 1250m.