Wallendbeen trainers Lorraine and Jack Roy tasted plenty of success at Wagga on Friday.
After three placings in his first six starts, Jason’s Chance won his first race in the Wagga Tile Centre Maiden (400m).
London Tom then backed up his kennelmate’s success two races later.
London Tom extended his impressive record in the Ian McKenzie Appreciation Stakes (400m) after fighting his way underneath Tiggerlong Ring who had crossed the one dog at the start.
He’s now won four of his last six starts and hasn’t finished outside the top three in his last 10 starts.
Meanwhile Collector visitor Friskey and Patrick Mulrine took out the feature race.
Friskey proved too good in the Ladbrokes Monthly Medal Stakes (320m) for Roy’s Extreme Chance.
Later in the night, Arron Gould took out the Temora to Wagga Final (400m) with Fidget Bale securing a big win after finishing second in her heat.