Tony Millard had a wonderful start to last season when he had Dwayne Dunn as his retained jockey and, 12 months down the track, he's making waves in concert with another Australian rider. When Gallant Knight won the Class Three (1,650m) on the all-weather, it was win number four in the current term for Millard's partnership with club jockey Brett Prebble. 'It seems to be working well, and they've been good wins too because each of these horses has probably been a one-win horse,' Prebble said. 'For Gallant Knight, he really deserved this because he's been unlucky in his first two runs this season, so no-one should begrudge him. He's no star, but he's very honest and tried very hard.' Millard said that despite his seemingly modest strike-rate - this was only his second win from 37 tries. 'He was only a cheap horse so he's been a good money spinner for his owners, he's earned over $3 million now,' he said. 'He could have won both those races he's had this season, but for interference, and then he's come out and won today.' Gallant Knight had a 76 rating before this win, so there's no doubt he'll spring into Class Two when handicapper Ciaran Kennelly and his team do the reassessments today. 'He's starting to get a big high in the ratings now, so we might have to looking at using a claiming boy and taking a bit of weight off his back,' Millard said.