Leanne Gaffney's super run of form at Spreyton has continued after she trained a winning treble at Sunday's eight-race meeting.
The first place finishes all came in one burst, starting with Barbie's Witness in race four and followed by Cabarrus and Up Wind in the next two races.
The results give Gaffney and her team nine wins from just 16 races in the new season.
"We're very lucky to have the Star (Thoroughbred) horses which are very well bred and they manage them extremely well," Gaffney said.
"Our own horses we've placed really well in this situation and had a bit of luck.
"None are probably stars but they have been placed well and ridden well by the jockeys.
"My staff have done a wonderful job as well and everything has fallen into place."
Barbie's Witness showed that the 59kg weight carried by apprentice jockey Brandon Louis was no handicap for her when she mowed down the field in a Benchmark 60 Handicap over 1150m and won by two lengths.
"She has an amazing finish and is getting better to handle and work with after being a handful to start with," Gaffney said.
"She's still got a little way to go before she gets to any of the big races on grass later on this year, but she is still learning."
Cabarrus continues to impress and made it three wins on the trot when he took out a Benchmark 74 Handicap over 1350m with Bulent Muchu on board.
"Cabarrus was very strong and Bulent has worked him out down to a tea," Gaffney said.
"He's a horse you have to ask and work around him, but if you try to work against him you wouldn't have a horse."
While this year's Devonport Cup winner, Newhart, is in line to defend his crown, Gaffney could also have another runner in her stable for next January's feature race following Up Wind's triumph in a 0-64 Handicap over 1350m.
"We'll stretch him out in his next run over a longer distance and then he is probably looking for a little spell," Gaffney said.
"But he did need to win some of these races to look at the Cup-type races.
"He's a cheeky devil but he's show potential and was very unlucky in the Derby."
In a similar situation to last week, jockey Brendon McCoull bookended the meeting with winning rides, both times on short-priced favourites trained by Bill Ryan.
Take The Sit ($1.45) claimed the opener, while Red Letter Lady justified her $1.30 price in the last race of the day.