Kody Nestor's favoured son Dad's Boy has made easy work of another winning start, this time in Dubbo.
The gelding, who's now won three of his last six starts, with all of his wins coming alongside jockey Jake Pracey-Holmes, won by a decent margin in the opening Dubbo RSL Club Resot Benchmark 66 Handicap on Monday.
The pairing last made a successful start in Wellington, on a track nearly half as short as the 2200m length Pracey-Homes and Dad's Boy notched up a comprehensive win on in Dubbo.
The $2.30 favourite made a quick start from the second barrier and left no room for doubt in the result, crossing the finishing line 3.58 lengths ahead of the John Bannister trained, New Zealand import Raziel.
Dar Lunn's Regalia, jockeyed by Anthony Cavallo, came in a distant third.
Nestor also secured a double with a maiden win for Bellszov Bourke coming later in the day, Anthony Cavallo rode that horse.