Leading trainer Ben Yole broke his own state record for the most wins in a season with a quartet of victories at Mowbray on Friday night.
Yole scored with Mister Resister, Our Quinn, Perfect Mach and Jeans Mattjesty to take his 2018-19 tally to 125 with 3-1/2 months of the season still remaining.
The Sidmouth-based trainer set the old record of 124 wins in 2017 and matched it in 2018.
Yole opened his account when King Island Cup winner Mister Resister led all the way for his first win on the Tasmanian mainland in the C1 Pace.
The six-year-old was having only his second start for Yole and beat two of his stablemates, Highview Starzzz and The Lemondrop Kid.
Mister Resister won four races on King Island for local trainer Graeme Keeley after doing his early racing in the Canberra district.
One of his former owners was King Island's leading thoroughbred trainer Jim Taylor.
"I haven't had a lot to do with the pacers and I only went into him because they were struggling a bit for numbers," Taylor said.
"He won the King Island Cup for us then we sent him to Kate MacLeod for a few runs before selling him a couple of weeks ago."
Yole equaled the record with his third winner Perfect Mach who upset odds-on favourite Buster William in the C6/C9 Pace.
Buster William ended up in the death in a small field, with Perfect Mach sitting on his back, and the former West Australian pacer finished the best to record his first win since the Burnie Cup in January.
Veteran claimer Jeans Mattjesty, who gave Yole the record in the final race of the night, has only recently returned to the stable after eight runs for Bianca Heenan.