Hugh Bowman was delighted with his first feel of Sizzling as Chris Waller's recent stable acquisition stretched his legs in a barrier trial at Randwick, reports Racing Network.

The former Kelso Wood trained galloper wasn't asked for an effort in the 740m trial, with Bowman keeping the talented four-year-old entire under a strong hold to the line.

"He feels great, I was very happy with the trial, you can tell he is a nice horse," Bowman said.

Waller is still unsure whether to start Sizzling's campaign in Sydney or Melbourne.

"He will trial again and then either kick off in the Expressway Stakes or head to Melbourne for the Orr Stakes," Waller said. "I was very pleased with his trial, the instructions we gave to all our jockeys was the same, give them a nice quiet hit out, especially in this heat, I wanted to make sure they had a nice time so they will come through it well. Like humans, the heat can effect these horses, you don't want them sweating all day because they worked too hard in a trial."