Narrandera trainer Shaun Snudden is looking to breakthrough the century mark for the first time following a hat-trick of wins at Wagga on Saturday night.
He won with East Emperor, Classiemahon and Somelovesomewhere to take his tally to 85.
All three were driven by regular reinsman Corey Bell.
Snudden also enjoyed success with Modern Era returning from a spell to win at Young on Friday.
After being stuck on 97 winners for the last two seasons, Snudden looks an odds-on chance to achieve the feat with almost three months left in the season.
However it’s not a number he’s focusing on just yet.
“It’s obviously in the back of your mind, but we are just trying to do our best," Snudden said.
“We are just trying to place them where they can win, but the 100 would be great.
“We are still 15 wins away - I would like 100 wins in NSW so that’s 20 wins away.”
Somelovesomewhere ($1.10 fav) has the most impressive of his winners at Wagga, leading all the way in the Caltex On Fernleigh Three Year Old Pace (1755m).
After a second in the NSW Breeders Challenge heat behind Eleantra last week, the daughter of Somebeachsomewhere finished off in 28.7 seconds to defeat Im Captain Morgan ($11.60) by 12.5 metres.
Taking advantage of the drop in grade, she scored her fourth win from 15 starts.
Snudden is undecided whether she will race again before the semi-final at Menangle on June 20.
“She had a short break and we are just trying to get a couple of runs into her before the semis of the Breeders Challenge,” he said.
“It looked like she needed it last week and should be right now.”
Earlier Classiemahon scored a sentimental win in A B Cummins Auctioneer / Stock & Station Agent Pace (2165m).
Owned by a large syndicate that was set up by Garry Burns, who died on Friday, all drivers wore black armbands in his honour.
Able to lead from barrier one, Classiemahon ($1.60 fav) held off Hayes And Kydd ($25.10) by 3.7 metres.
Snudden was thrilled to score the win.
“He was one we were chasing with the tie up to Garry Burns,” Snudden said.
“He (Burns) has been a good supporter, put that syndicate together and it’s good to get a win for them.”
East Emperor ($2.40 fav) scored his third win in eight starts for Snudden with another front-running victory.
The three-year-old has finished no worse than second in five of his last six starts, but impressed the Narrandera conditioner with his gate speed before running away from Killara Lightning ($4.70) to win by 15.2 metres.
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