Boom Albany three-year-old Final Siren is in the frame to run in the inaugural edition of The Bluff Knoll after making it three straight wins with a scintillating city debut on Saturday. Trainer Rebecca Bayliss said connections would be open to starting their unbeaten young star in the rich $350,000 Albany slot race if things work out over the next couple of months. The Bluff Knoll will be held in Albany on March 10 next year after 13 slots were sold for the richest country race in WA last month. Final Siren couldn’t have been any more impressive in his first taste of racing at Ascot and Bayliss said connections were open to offers about The Bluff Knoll. “How could you knock something like that back (a slot in the race)?,” she said on TABradio on Monday. “That would be the most amazing experience in our home town. “You’d think people would be looking at him now and thinking ‘well, that could be a horse that would be good for that’.” Final Siren was a dominant winner at his first two career starts, demolishing rivals in Albany, before making the jump to three-year-old company on Saturday. Well supported into $2.35 in the $80,000 Amelia Park Plate (1000m), Final Siren was sent straight to the front by jockey Kyra Yuill and dictated the tempo. They skipped clear in the home straight, holding off all challenges to comfortably beat the Simon Miller-trained Petula by 1.3 lengths at the finish. “Its only early days with him and there is so much to come,” Bayliss said. “It is very exciting for the stable. “We feel so lucky to have got this horse and it’s been a wonderful ride so far. “He certainly knows what he is doing.” Bayliss suggested the son of I’m All The Talk may have a spell now but a decision on that is likely to be made this week. She also said any offer to buy the horse would have to be substantial, after some initial calls were taken from potential buyers following his slashing first victory in Albany. Yuill said in her post-race interview that it was another impressive display from the ever-improving three-year-old. “I still don’t think the horse has been fully tested yet,” she said. “I travel a lot of miles around the country, so it’s awesome that the team of owners and trainer have stuck with me and put me on in town. “It’s pretty exciting to get back on a horse like this again.” Bayliss is in terrific form this season, scoring five winners from just 16 starters. Veteran galloper Morton’s Fork produced a brave display in the Jericho Cup at Warrnambool on December 3, finishing fourth in the 4600m historic feature race. The 10-year-old, who has won more than $1million in prize money, will now return home to WA and be retired. Meanwhile Albany runner River Rubicon produced a gallant display in the Group 1 Northerly Stakes (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday. Jumping a $201 chance for trainer Steve Wolfe, River Rubicon settled 13th in the $1.5million feature race. River Rubicon was shuffled back to 15th on the home turn but jockey Alan Kennedy was able to get the five-year-old into clear running in the straight and they rattled home to finish eighth. In his first attempt at a Group 1 race, River Rubicon finished 3.1 lengths behind the winner Dom To Shoot, the WA runner upsetting Sydney invader Zaaki in a photo finish.