Two Wrongs Dont was almost right in a big way for Trevor Sutherland at Rosehill on Saturday.
The four-year-old produced a devastating finish, but just fell short of winning the TAB Highway Hadicap (1500m) for the Wagga trainer.
Settling near the rear, Two Wrongs Dont and Blaike McDougall got within a head of Hit The Target.
On the hunt for four straight wins, Takissacod also put in a strong finish for Scott Spackman to finish a neck away in third.
Sutherland didn't have as much luck with his other runners on the program.
Gentlman Max finished 10th, beaten by five lengths in The Country Classic (200m) while My Maher failed to beat a horse home when she finished 10 lengths behind Matthew Dale's Sausedge in the Eden Brae Homes Handicap (1400m).