Mowbray Racecourse belonged to Troy Baker on Saturday as the star jockey rode winners in three of the first five races.
The 36-year-old began proceedings by bestowing Coronation Keith a win in the four-year-old's first race, finishing three lengths clear in the maiden 1100m.
Trained by Baker's partner Siggy Carr, Coronation Keith won at a trial in Longford last month.
Baker then made it a double aboard Adam Trinder's Liffeybeau by hunting down Carr and Gee Gee Lanett over the same distance.
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Two lengths behind heading into the final straight, the seven-year-old reeled in the race favourite to make it two wins from his past three starts.
Another 1100m win came in race five as just half a length split a four-horse field.
Baker took Lebombo Rose on the outside to steal victory from Strategic Agenda and short favourite Invincible Rock in the mare's first race in five weeks.
Baker also collected three second-place finishes aboard I'm a Floozy, Swoop Dog and Gee Gees Punter.
Meanwhile, White Cliffs continued his love affair with Launceston by snaring a victory over 1600m with Brendon McCoull.
The Angela Brakey-trained gelding held out Shampz Again to register a fourth career win and his fourth from seven starts in Launceston.
Other results saw Supalopo - the Adam Trinder-trained gelding sired by Needs Further - continue a string of podium finishes with a convincing win over 1600m while Bogan Bill made it two straight by taking out the final race of the meeting.