Goodwood Stud graduate Prelusive Strike continued the flying start to his career at Cranbourne last night.
He posted his second win from three appearances when successful over 1200 metres.
Trained at Caulfield by Henry Dwyer, the three-year-old was guided to victory by Chris Symons.
A son of Elusive Quality, Prelusive Strike is out of the imported American-bred Dayjur mare Priada.
She is now the dam of five winners in New Zealand, Australia, France and Sweden.
Priada was unraced and is a half-sister to the triple French Group One winner Priolo.