YOUNG Sydney trainer-driver Jinaya Niass made a successful trip south to land a winning double at Wagga on Saturday night.
Niass brought just the two horses to Wagga and left with a 100 per cent strike rate as both got the job done in impressive style.
Rusty Bullet ($6.70) sat parked three wide without cover for the final lap but stayed on resolutely to claim the Nesbitts Furniture Harness Breeders Pace (1755m).
Hes A Hoover ($3.50) then made it a double for Niass, doing it a lot easier than his stablemate in a 35-metre victory in the Tozer Construction R1-R2 Pace (2165m).
Niass came to Wagga for the Indigenous Drivers Invitation and only just missed taking out that as well, getting beaten a half neck on the Chris Cumming-trained Abbysn Ace ($8.40).
Danny Gibson won the Michael Brown Planning Strategies Indigenous Drivers Invitation (2165m) on the Norm Diebert Jnr-trained Tactful Lady ($3.00).
Diebert enjoyed a training double after Timely Loch ($2.30) also won on the night.
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