Canberra trainer Luke Pepper and jockey Simon Miller dominated the bumper 10-race card at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Thursday.
Miller rode four winners on the day for the first time in his career, with three of those coming for his housemate, Pepper.
Pepper enjoyed a day out at Wagga with Rosebank ($2.05), Affinity Beyond ($2.40) and Gold Touch ($4.00) all scoring impressive victories.
Miller went one better by also winning on the Joseph-Jones trained Nieces And Nephews ($4.20).
Miller was stoked with the big return.
"It's my first time with four. It's hard enough to get four rides at a race meeting, let alone four winners so that's good," Miller said.
Pepper was equally as proud of his mate, Miller, as he was happy with his stable's big day.
"It's been a good day for the household," Pepper said.
"I'm so proud of him. To ride four winners, three of mine, I couldn't be happier."
Affinity Beyond was the most impressive of Pepper's winners, bolting in by a touch over two lengths in the Weston & Weston Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Class Two Handicap (1000m).
It backed up a five-length romp in a Canberra maiden last start. She also recorded a slick 56.84 seconds for the trip.
"She's super fast. She always has been," Pepper said of the $55,000 purchase at the Inglis Classic Yearling Sale.
"Unfortunately she's always been a handful, and she still is, but she's learning her craft and getting better.
"She's got a tonne of ability...she's pretty exciting."
Pepper will now head to a Class Two Highway Handicap (1100m) at Randwick on January 25 with Affinity Beyond, who now has two wins to her name from six starts.
Rosebank came from a mile back to storm home and win her maiden, while Gold Touch won a competitive Suez Australia Summer Sprint (1200m) in fine style.
Meantime, Wagga trainer Wayne Carroll enjoyed success with Set To Go Well ($10.00) in the Karizma Hair And Beaute F&M Maiden Plate (1200m).
The five-year-old mare broke through at her seventh start, after setting the pace up outside the leader with Richard Bensley in the saddle.
Set To Go Well fought off all challengers in a tight go, to win by a short head from Fight For Love ($2.70), with Starliv ($8.50) third.
Wagga trainer Gary Colvin narrowly missed out on victory in the opening race in a deceptive finish.
Manhattan Zip was backed from as much as $51 into $8.00 and looked to have got up along the inside to win the MTC Life Member Clive Hulm Class Two Handicap (1600m).
But the photo finish suggested otherwise, with Jirnaas ($3.40) declared the winner by a head.