The Chris Waller-trained Good Project controlled the Railway Stakes from the front with the slow speed set by jockey Craig Williams making it difficult for the likes of Black Heart Bart, Real Love and Delicacy to make inroads in the straight.
Good Project will not be entered for the Kingston Town Classic.
CrownBet and Ladbrokes left Delicacy at the top of their Kingston Town Classic markets at $4.50 after she finished sixth after racing at the back of the field in the Railway Stakes.
However, Luxbet, William Hill, Tab.com.au and UBet have Magic Artist, who bypassed the Railway Stakes, as their favourite for the December 5 event.
Unbeaten filly Perfect Reflection also missed the Railway Stakes after dominating her opposition seven days earlier in the WA Champion Fillies Stakes but the Bob Peters-owned filly is a $4 favourite with Bet365 and a $5 equal favourite with Sportsbet to beat the older horses in the weight-for-age feature.
Real Love remains on the third line of betting with most agencies after she finished on terms with Delicacy in the Railway Stakes.