Rubies For Tash continues to prosper on the Carnival Of Cups circuit.
After winning the Griffith Pacers Cup, and then finishing second in the group three Red Ochre Mares Classic at Dubbo, Bruce Harpley's mare took out the Langlands/Hanlon Parkes Sprint (1660m) on Tuesday.
Rubies For Tash was able to get out of a pocket at just the right time to take out the $12,240 feature.
Harpley was thrilled with her performance.
"She is an opportunist sort of horse but you still have to have the ability to do it," Harpley said.
"The opportunities have been presented to her and if you are writing a script that is about how you would write it. Everything did go her way."
Rubies For Tash went close to the track record set by Our Uncle Sam, with a mile rate of 1.55.5
Harpley believes the six-year-old is now a more complete racehorse.
"She just come out and as sitting in behind as easy as you like," he said.
"She's turned into a really good racehorse and you could drive her on a bit of cotton.
"You don't even know she is there and just floats along with whatever speed they are going.
"It seems to be no effort for her."
The Junee trainer-driver is now targeting the Temora Pacers Cup on January 11.