Tamworth trainer and reinswoman Caitlin McElhinney will contest the Tamworth harness meeting on Thursday afternoon and attempt to deliver back-to-back winners behind Power To Bolt.
McElhinney said she was "really happy" with the horse.
"He has been running good, consistent races," said McElhinney, adding: "He found the line well in his race on Sunday [at Tamworth] after racing out in the breeze, and I let him run home from around the 500 [metre] mark."
Power To Bolt had a head win over the Greg Coney-trained and Madi Young-driven Royal Admiral, who was listed as the $2.90 race favourite in the 1609m contest. The winning mile rate was 1min 59.5sec.
With a team of five horses in training, McElhinney will have two runners engaged at Tamworth on Thursday: Kenfury Lass will contest the Sky Racing Active Pace.
"I decided three months ago to make the move to Tamworth and it is starting to pay off and we are definitely getting into a routine now," the former Nowra trainer-driver said.
McElhinney has trained two winners since relocating to Tamworth Paceway - both coming via Power To Bolt, which are owned and raced by her former mentor in Neil Shaw.
She said: "I'm thankful to Neil Shaw for sending his horses to me. Neil was eager to help me move to Tamworth."
She added: "He is an easy-going person and he helped me out a lot so I have him to thank. I am hoping to get a few more winners up before the season is out."
With the lifting of the COVID-imposed regional racing zones on Wednesday, the base prizemoney per race has risen from $4,000 to $6,000.