With regular jockey Gary Stevens in the irons, clockers caught the colt galloping out the mile in 1:34 3/5.
"It was a very good work," Orman said. "Gary got after him a little bit because he'd never been hit before, but he handled it well. We haven't decided where he'll run yet, but we'll make that decision in a couple of days once I speak with (the owners). We'll watch today's races and then decide."
Rock Hard Ten, a son of Kris S. and the Mr. Prospector mare Tersa, has won both of his career starts in maiden and allowance company for earnings of $57,600.