Doncaster Mile winner Sacred Falls won a barrier trial at Rosehill Gardens on Tuesday morning as he builds towards the autumn carnival, reports Racing Network. The Chris Waller trained four-year-old wore blinkers as he easily accounted for his rivals in the 1030m heat, with Tommy Berry keeping him under a good hold in the home straight to win in a time of 66.2 seconds.

"They only went quite slow, he wanted to get going but he feels good, I think he will sprint pretty well fresh," Berry said. "He had the blinkers on today, they make a big difference to him, he will be spot on for the Canterbury Stakes (1300m) first-up."

My Kingdom Of Fife, who has not raced since winning the Craven Plate in October 2011, finished at the tail of the field behind Sacred Falls but was not pushed out by Nash Rawiller.

"He feels good, I was very happy with that," Rawiller said.