Beating older horses at Geelong on Friday to win in good style was Toorak Toff gelding Rock’n’rollrock.

Prepared by Mark Young, Rock’n’rollrock improved sharply on his debut fourth at the same venue loast month when he raced very greenly.

This is time he was much more professional and strode clear to win over 1300 metres by a length and three-quarters as favourite.

Bred and retained to race by Rosemont Stud, who stand his sire, Rock’n’rollrock is the first winner for Rosemont Flyer, a half-sister by Bel Esprit to stakes-winner Secret Flyer.

Rock’n’rollrock will now head to Flemington over 1400m next week with leading jockey Craig Williams, touching base with connections quickly after the win to secure the ride.

He is the third winner for dual Group 1 winner Toorak Toff, who stands this spring at a fee of $8,800.

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