Longford trainer John Blacker and jockey Bulent Muhcu continued their flying starts to the New Year with multiple winners at Spreyton on Monday.
Blacker won four races to follow on from his Longford Cup success with Glass Warrior and Mowbray feature double with Swoop Dog and Super Swoop.
Muhcu rode a treble to add to his four-win haul on Devonport Cup Day and Alexandra Plate win at Mowbray last Friday.
Three of Blacker's winners - Phenomenal Dancer, French Heiress and Port Berry - are owned in Queensland by John Fiteni and Kath Stewart and were transferred to Tasmania after racing in Victoria.
"Phenomenal Dancer won a maiden over 1880m at Kyneton (in October) beating a $1.65 favourite trained by Danny O'Brien," Blacker said.
"She didn't measure up after that, although she was beaten only three lengths in a benchmark 64 at her last start before coming here.
"I thought that was pretty good form for a class 1 race and she'd also won two Longford trials.
"In one of those trials, over 1400m, she beat Toricain who ran second to Super Swoop in the Brighton Cup last Friday, so I thought she'd win."
Craig Newitt gave Phenomenal Dancer a perfect run and she comfortably accounted for Gaius Julius and Needarein over 1650m.
It was a similar story for Blacker all day.
"I thought all four of my horses were in the right spot at the 800m to win and that's what happened," he said.
Wesley Vale trainer Glenn Stevenson admits Lesnar can be a frustrating horse but the grey put his best foot forward to score an overdue win in the Benchmark 66.
With stable apprentice Codi Jordan in the saddle, Lesnar led all the way to easily beat Barjeel and Skip Town Mike.
It was the first leg of a double for Stevenson who was also successful with Rhyme Writer, ridden by Daniel Ganderton, in the Benchmark 60 Handicap.
"About time," the trainer said of Lesnar's fourth career win which ended a streak of three consecutive seconds.
"I was disappointed he got beaten on (Devonport) Cup Day - they walked up front and he just pulled too hard.
"He doesn't always do that so it was tempo related. He's a big striding horse and he needs room and to be able to breath."
Stevenson was pleased to see Rhyme Writer break through third-up as he was worried the four-year-old was still a bit fat.
"He's had wither issues and a cough so I've been chasing my tail with him for months," the trainer said.
"He got a good run and again it was speed related - Daniel was able to sit and wait before making his move."
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