Baker's Image arrived at Justin Stanley's stables having proved himself a handy galloper and he earned his first win since the switch on Saturday.
Baker's Image scored for the Narromine trainer in the final event on the card at Bathurst's Tyers Park.
The gelding may have only scored the two wins for previous trainer Gayna Williams but he had placed 10 times in 20 career starts.
He earned career win number three on Saturday when powering along the outside in the straight to win the Lithgow Furniture and Bedding Class 2 Handicap (1100m) by a comfortable one-and-a-half lengths.
Apprentice Clayton Gallagher had the winning ride aboard the $13 hope.
As is often the case, there was a mix of country and city winners at Bathurst on Saturday.
Blue Tattoo scored a first win for leading Rosehill trainers Richard and Michael Freedman, taking out the Club Lithgow Maiden Handicap (1100m).
The key to his win was jockey Billy Cray finding him a rails run down the home straight, Blue Tattoo ($3.40) making up good ground to beat out the Dean Mirfin, Bathurst trained $2.80 favourite Mont Genep by a length.
"We had a plan that we were going to ride for luck regardless and hopefully the leader would drift off coming around the bend, a lot of them don't handle it but he's not a big horse so he handled it well," Will Freedman, son of trainer Richard, said.
"It was good that the plan came off. Dean Mirfin said the same thing, it's a bit of a speed lane there on the rail if you can handle it and fortunately for us it came off."
Blue Tattoo had two prior runs at Bathurst, the most recent of which was a third on June 17, which saw him start Saturday as the second-elect behind Mont Genep.
He began well enough from barrier two, but Anthony Cavallo was quick to move the favourite into the lead so Cray settled Blue Tattoo in fourth.
With 550m to run Blue Tattoo was almost three lengths off the pace, but as Cray found the rails he made up that ground. Freedman feels there is more improvement to come.
"He's probably only at 80 percent, so hopefully he can go on and do a little bit more," Freedman said.
"He's got a lot of heart, he thinks he has a Group 1 attitude but the ability has got to start catching up. He's bit of a dude and only got gelded three or four weeks ago, which has helped keep his mind on the job a little bit.
"I think this is his grade at at the moment and I think until he indicates he can go into better company, we'll stick around this sort of level."
While missing out in that race, Mirfin later combined with jockey Jake Pracey-Holmes for a winning double on his home track.
Saint Ay ($1.65 favourite) posted the first win of his five-start career when taking out the Class 1 Maiden Plate (2000m) while Skipper Joe ($2.60 favourite) took out the Benchmark 58 Handicap (1200m), with Pracey-Holmes once again producing a smart all-the-way ride.