Leading Wagga trainer Trevor Sutherland tasted success at both Griffith and Gundagai over the weekend.
Sutherland grabbed a double on Griffith Cup day courtesy of Our Romeo ($10.00) in the Arthur J Gallagher Maiden Plate (1200m) and Is Anyone There ($16.00) in the Elders Rural Services Class One Handicap (1350m).
Willybeafactor ($12.00) then scored a first-up win in the Jack Lindley Maiden Plate (1000m) at Gundagai on Sunday.
Bryan Murphy, Rebeka Prest and Amanda Masters rode the winners.
Sutherland will be looking to continue the run of winners when he takes five horses to Queanbeyan on Monday.
Wagga trainer Scott Spackman also enjoyed a successful weekend with a winner at both Griffith and Gundagai.
Cryfowl ($5.50) won the John Clark Memorial Benchmark 50 Handicap (1200m) at Griffith and then stablemate Gotta Want It ($16.00) won the C.E Readford Memorial Class One Handicap (1180m) at Gundagai. Stable apprentice Josh Richards rode both winners.
Wagga trainer John Tyack also won with Sam ($7.50) in the Griffith Exies Benchmark 50 Handicap (1200m) on Saturday with Mick Travers in the saddle.