Sargent has a lot of time for the galloper, who is raced by Tricolours Racing & Syndications and has now won A$246,460 in prizemoney from 18 starts.
“He's a very promising stayer. He just hasn't had things go his own way,” Sargent said.
“He should go on with it now and get over further.”
“Tricolours have been great supporters. This guy was with Mark Newnham and came to me last season (when Newnham relocated to Hong Kong).
While Sargent won't be in attendance at this year's New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sale in person, which commences on Wednesday, he has made arrangements to be represented.
“It has been a terrific sale over the years and hopefully I will be purchasing,” he said.
Sargent was still ruing a wide draw of barrier 18 in the A$500,000 Four Pillars (1500m) at Toesonthenose' previous start when sixth.
“If he had of drawn a decent gate in the Four Pillars last start, he would have won,” Sargent said.
“He will go over 2000m now in a couple of weeks at Randwick and he should just keep improving.
“In the autumn you will see an even better horse. He will get better with time. There is nothing wrong with the Ocean Parks.”