Late blooming six-year-old bay gelding, Pressfal by Sacred Falls out of Fancy Dress kicked off the preparation in fine fashion under the guidance of Michael Cahill when leaving barrier (1) at start 4 chalked up a maiden victory at the Sunshine Coast on September third.

Competing over 2200 m on a good 4, Pressfal sat worse than midfield early doors before Cahill urged the Laming prepared runner to make their presence felt, gathering up the opposition in the concluding stages to score by half a length on the line to Brooklyn Dash with Lady Matilda the third runner in, recording a race time of 2:24.61 with the last 600m clocked in 36.98 carrying 57 1/2 kg to salute for favourite the backers.

Four-year-old brown mare, Guerrera by Toronado out of Miss Eclipse become the latest of the Laming trained runners to break the maiden status when competing at the start 3 at Bendigo with a confidence boosting win.

Guerrero impressed witnesses in defeating a field of 10 to score late September over 1300 m when racing on a good 4 banked a check for connections of just over $20,000 when piloted perfectly by Craig Newett from barrier (3) at 57 1/2 kg defeated Dulcet with Hellish the 3rd to arrive in a time of 1:18.45 by half the length on the line after being positive ridden from the get go to score at double figure odds.

The month ahead looks bright for the stable after solid placing performance put in by Moonshine Annie (2nd) in the maiden as well as solid placings by Inquest, Katdeel, Pressfal, Grey Ice and Pianist just to name a few.