It's not often the powerhouse Godolphin team has a Magic Millions runner but promising two-year-old colt Parkour is heading in the right direction to make his presence felt on the Gold Coast.

After a solid second on debut at Ballarat, the son of Newgate Farm stallion Extreme Choice put them to the sword with a 1-1/4 length win over Vianarra ($13)at Royal Randwick.

A brave Sacred Fort ($6) was a short head away third after sitting three-wide without cover.

Having purchased only two yearlings at the previous Magic Millions sales, Parkour presents an opportunity for trainer James Cummings to have a rare runner in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

"There is a lot about this two-year-old that screams out that he is a genuine two-year-old contender," Cummings said.

"But he needed to keep improving and that's what he keeps doing, he keeps stepping up to the plate.

"He was nicely furnished, he looked fit today but there is a bit of improvement in him.

"He stepped out and got beaten three-and-a-half lengths on debut, but he has won by a length going away and he is an interesting prospect.

"That will safely get him into the Magic Millions field if we choose to go that way."

Jamie Kah, who rode Parkour at Ballarat, was full of praise for the preparation that Cummings had put into the $2.50 favourite.

She opted to settle last in the run and save him for one final sprint once they turned into the straight.

"He's not a 1000-metre squibbie sort of horse, he wants further and today I just made sure I popped out and gave him the whole straight," Kah said.

"It's like riding a five-year-old out there. I love riding Godolphin two-year-olds, because they are so well educated.

"I've always liked this horse, I've done a bit of work on him before Ballarat.

"He's still doing it all on raw ability. It hasn't really dropped or clicked yet with him so he's an exciting horse."

Parkour, who cost $600,000 as a yearling, firmed into $8 for the $3 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic on January 13.