Three trainers landed winning doubles at Kennerson Park on Saturday night namely Carolyn Hore, Les Whitton and Pam Braddon.
Portland mentor Carolyn Hore was the first with Simple As That winning heat 2 of the Julie Healey Memorial in a handy 26.27.
In a thrilling finish Kara’s Princess brought up the double with a last stride victory in 37.12 with less than 3/4 length separating the first five.
Spring Hill conditioner Les Whitton denied Hore a treble when Sonny’s Boy (Whisky Assassin X Time Ticks Away) nailed pacemaker Panda Puzzle right on the line to prevail by a half head in 18.09.
Back in form chaser Five Shots then led throughout to annex the last in a slick 26.18 from Forest Storm to ring up the double for Whitton.
Cowra trainer Pam Braddon’s double came courtesy of Collision X Janderra litter-mates Janderra’s Magic and Mr. Topaz.
Janderra’s Magic proved too strong for Fast Andy and Speedy Cameo in a fast 17.88 whilst Mr. Topaz held off Power Puncher and Brandy Rose to score in 18.01 in the penultimate.
It capped off a big night for the Braddon’s as husband Paul tasted success at Wentworth Park with the pair’s older sibling Rip Van Rip (ex Overflo).
The opening heat of the Julie Healey Memorial was taken out by Eddie Sanchez’s Mark Foy in 26.38.
Loyal Conquest rung up the hat-trick with an all the way 26.18 victory in the third run-off for Rob Shepherd of Freeman’s Reach.
Mudgee chaser Kayla Enlim earned herself a tilt at the upcoming GRNSW Country Challenge Orange Cup series after posting a flying 30.12 with a hollow ten length romp over Lily Savage and Might Fly for Bob Milne.
Wattle Flat is best known for the its annual Bronze Thong Picnic Race meeting however the only dog in training at the tiny hamlet Glenticky Gold put her name into local folklore with a slick 30.40 gallop. The Keith Allen prepared youngster left her rivals in her wake bolting in by over twelve lengths.