Mishani Hustler ($2.60) went straight to the lead and fought back after looking beaten in the straight to better Defence Missile ($4) by 3/4 of a length with 1-3/4 lengths to Winter Passage ($6).
Marshall has now ridden Mishani Hustler five times for four wins and a second to star sprinter Zousain in the Group Two Champagne Hcp last winter.
“He has been really good to me but he s a class horse. He again showed a lot of heart in the straight,” Marshall said.
Jeff Lloyd who rode Defence Missile was amazed at Mishani Hustler's ability to kick back in the straight.
“I thought I had him covered the entire straight but he was just too strong,” Lloyd said.
Mishani Hustler and Defence Missile are both owned by one of Queensland's biggest owners in Mick Crooks and can give him another quinella in the $200,000 Aquis Three Year Old Jewel at the Gold Coast.
Currie missed last week because he was barred from entering horses but won a stay to keep training.
He had a double at Ipswich on Friday at his first day back with runners.