“We'll just train him now for the All-Star Mile and hopefully he gets in,” he said.
“He's hit form at the right time. He beat good horses today and it was a big margin back (to third),” Hayes said.
“So Si Bon, now he's a gelding, he's a proper racehorse and he doesn't put a bad run up.”
Fifty Stars came to Lindsay Park following the four-year disqualification of Darren Weir and Hayes said the stable was taking time to fully understand the Gerry Ryan-owned galloper.
“Like all the horses I got out of that stable, he arrived in great order,” Hayes said.
“He's a class horse. When he came from Darren I said to Gerry Ryan you couldn't afford to buy him, so we're very luck to have him.”
Allen is not one of Lindsay Park's regular riders but Hayes said he would supply him more rides.
He said Allen had started riding trackwork for the stable.
“If he helps me, I'll help him,” Hayes said.