Chris Waller produced a two-year-old filly at Warwick Farm on Wednesday which could progress to the Golden Slipper.
Always Allison backed-up some very sharp winning trial form with an impressive debut win in the TAB Rewards Plate (1150m), providing Waller with his first juvenile success for the season.
A speedy type at her trials, she couldn't cross the Gai Waterhouse-trained Clash Of Clans, with jockey Glyn Schofield content to camp outside the leader.
Travelling strongly on the turn, Schofield asked Always Allison to quicken, and she went 'bang'.
"I gave her a slap and she quickened really well," Schofield said.
"She went bang."
Chris Waller hinted that the Golden Slipper was on the cards, albeit with plenty of water to flow under the bridge.
"She is prepared well enough to do that (Golden Slipper), there is still time and she has the condition on her," Waller said.
"She sprinted away like a good horse should."
The daughter of More Than Ready did it comfortably, scoring by 2-1/2 lengths from the race experienced Gerald Ryan-trained colt Badraan, with first starter Clash Of The Clans holding down third a further short neck away.
Connections of Always Allison will have to pay the $150,000 late entry fee if she is to contest the world's richest two-year-old race, as she isn't nominated.
Tyreel raised and grazed the filly for owners, Paul and Allison Fleming .