Super mare Mystic Journey has been unanimously voted Tasmanian racehorse of the year for 2018-19.
In a quinella for Spreyton-trained horses, triple cups winner Eastender was an unanimous choice for runner-up.
Mystic Journey was also voted three-year-old of the year ahead of The Inevitable.
The mare's three-quarter sister Mystical Pursuit was named two-year-old of the year to complete a rare cleansweep for their trainer Adam Trinder and owner Wayne Roser.
Mystic Journey was last week named runner-up in the Victorian racehorse of the year award behind four-time Cox Plate winner Winx.
Her biggest wins during the season were the $5 million All-Star Mile and group 1 Australian Guineas, both at Flemington in March.
The mare has raced only once this season for a win in the P B Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield a month ago.
She is a short-priced favourite to go on her winning way in Saturday's $750,000 Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington.
The $2.30 being offered by tab.com.au on Friday morning was quickly snapped up by punters and she is now into $2.
A win would confirm her status as favourite for next month's Cox Plate. She is currently quoted at $4.40 for the $5 million weight-for-age championship.
Horse of the year runner-up Eastender became the first stayer in 42 years to complete the Devonport, Hobart and Launceston cups treble and three-year-old of the year runner-up The Inevitable won five of his six starts including the group 3 C S Hayes Stakes at Flemington.
In almost any other year, they would have been automatic choices for their categories.
Two-year-old of the year Mystical Pursuit was unbeaten in four starts including the $150,000 Gold Sovereign and $100,000 Elwick Stakes.
The awards were presented at a dinner in Launceston on Friday night attended by a record crowd of more than 250.
Other awards presented on the night were -
Leading Tasmanian-based juvenile sire: Needs Further.
Leading Tasmanian-based sire: Needs Further.
Leading owner: Wayne Roser.
TAN Recognition Award: Greg Mansfield.
Tasracing Media Award: Siggy Carr.
Tasracing Industry Appreciation Award: Jessie Bazan.
Leading trainer: Scott Brunton.
Leading jockey: Craig Newitt.
Leading apprentice: Alex Patis.
Dux of apprentice school: Teagan Voorham.