If the win of unbeaten three-year-old Desert Wizard at Flemington yesterday is anything to go by

If the win of unbeaten three-year-old Desert Wizard at Flemington yesterday is anything to go by, trainer Nigel Blackiston has a lot to look forward to this spring and beyond, reports Racing Victoria.

Its report says: Desert Wizard made it two wins from as many career starts in the $80,000 K.A. Morrison Handicap (1600m) yesterday and confirmed himself among Blackiston’s imposing arsenal of gallopers heading towards the Melbourne spring.

Bred out of the same family as Group 1 winners Headturner and Anacheeva , Blackiston is hoping the son of Golan can measure up to something better than yesterday’s off-season three-year-old race.

However the trainer was quick to point out that while Desert Wizard was likely to tackle black-type races during the spring, it would be next year’s Melbourne Festival of Racing and the 2014 Spring Racing Carnival when fans would see the best of the untapped gelding.

“We have (got a lot to look forward to) but possibly not this coming spring, I think maybe more the autumn and then the following spring is where we will see the best of him,” Blackiston admitted on RSN.

“I will try to sit down and map a little program, maybe two or three runs this spring and then we can have a really good go in the autumn.”

The trainer also gave an update on the progress of exciting filly You’re So Good, who returns to his stables in the coming week.

Placed behind Ferlax in the Group 1 Australian Guineas (1600m) in March, You’re So Good claimed a deserved Stakes success last preparation when winning the Listed Alexandra Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley.

Blackiston said You’re So Good could potentially target the Group 1 Myer Classic (1600m) during the spring, with the trainer suggesting his filly was best at a mile.

 “She will return to the stables this week and she looks fantastic,” Blackiston said.

“She spent six weeks in the paddock, she’s grown, she’s got stronger and she is a very exciting filly.”