Trainer Michael Freedman is contemplating a trip to Australia with his unbeaten juvenile Super One after another impressive victory in Singapore.

Super One dominated his rivals in the Golden Horseshoe over 1200m on Friday night and earned rave reviews from jockey Craig Newitt.

“This two-year-old is just ready, very classy. I’ve ridden another two-year-old who won a Group I, Samaready in the Blue Diamond Stakes and this one is as good as any two-year-old you would ever see,” Newitt told the Singapore Turf Club.

“He can run the times, put himself in the best spot.

“I thought there would be another horse who would roll up and challenge us, but he’s got a really good turn of foot and he was never going to get beaten.

“I’ve always seen him improve with every run. He is a galloper who just goes to the next level and gets better and better all the time.”

Freedman said he has already discussed the option of racing Super One in Melbourne with connections.

“He’s always shown enormous ability early doors and has great speed,” Freedman said.

“I’ve spoken with the owners and we are toying with the idea of taking him to Melbourne in November.

“We’ll see how he pulls up first. He’s still got plenty of scope for improvement, but he sure is a very exciting horse.”

An Australian-bred son of I Am Invincible, Super One has won all three of his starts.

Darryl Sherer