Lightly raced Scone six-year-old Eanie Meanie ($6.50) enhanced an already good first-up record with victory in Sunday's feature $25,300 Bengalla Cup (1280m) at Muswellbrook.

The Mary Moses-trained Eanie Meanie had not been seen since a two-start campaign in February and March, when he'd run second at Quirindi and third at Newcastle.

Another Scone galloper, Michael Gallagher-trained mare Speedy Squib ($13), led from the off and looked to have the race shot to pieces until a late surge from midfield by Eanie Meanie.

Eanie Meanie was ridden by claiming apprentice Vad Bolozhinskyi, who was completing a running double after winning the previous on Valcot for Luke Griffith.

Eanie Meanie, a son of Tiger Hill, now has two wins and two seconds from five first-up runs.

Overall he's had 14 starts for five wins, five minor placings and $60,775.

FOOTNOTE: Eanie Meanie 1st $9.40 was PPD Club editor Brian Blackwell's headline best bet for the day.