Imported miler Count of Limonade trialled well for Mick Price on Tuesday at Cranbourne.

Count of Limonade, raced by Terry Henderson and Simon O'Donnell's OTI syndicate, defeated glamour stablematePakal in his trial win. Price said he had not mapped out a program for either horse.

Pakal won a Cranbourne Cup and finished fifth behind Side Glance in the Mackinnon Stakes last spring before being limited to a light autumn carnival.

Price also produced King's Dance, who posted an impressive 5½-length win in his 990 metre trial. King's Dance has made significant improvement after an autumn campaign that saw him win a Bendigo maiden.

"He was a raw-boned thing, but he's improved a lot," Price said.

King's Dance is likely to resume at Cranbourne on Thursday week.

Price also won with another import, Caillebotte.