It took Chain Reaction 39 starts to win her first race, but winning might be contagious for the former New Zealand mare.
After breaking through for her first win at Cobram last start, the five-year-old repeated the dose at Riverina Paceway on Tuesday.
Left to have one late run at the them by reinsman Blake Jones, the daughter of Auckland Reactor proved too strong to take out the TAB Odds & Evens Pace (1740m).
While she had been placed on nine previous occasions, including three of six since moving to David Kennedy's stable, manners have let down the mare.
However Jones believes she is starting to finally put it all together.
"If she gets away she is always a good chance but it is a massive if," Jones said.
"She seems to be getting better, and she was a lot better again.
"I think she is just starting to get a bit of confidence out of her racing.
"Hopefully she keeps putting it together and she can get back in the draw soon as she does have good gate speed when she wants to behave.
"It will be nice rather than having to come from last all the time, but she does have a good turn of foot.
"It seems to be suiting her at the moment anyway."
Despite being forced very wide coming around the turn for home, Chain Reactor found plenty up the straight to score a 5.7-metre victory over Nunya.
Jones wasn't too worried about the wide passage.
"I ended up four wide as I tried to keep a little bit wider as I didn't want to lock wheels with anyone when I was travelling pretty good," he said.
"I give her a bit of space to make sure we got around safely.
"We just had to get around the corner and then I was pretty confident we would get the cash."
It was the first of two occasions Jones beat partner Ellen Bartley in a finish after combing with Paul Kahlefeldt to taste success with Glamors Symbol later on in the night.
Using advantage of the sprint lane, Glamors Symbol held off the fast finishing Sophie Stening to win the Happy Retirement Allan Hull Pace (1740m) by a head.
Jones went on to win a third with Bita Banta for Kim Hillier.
Kennedy also claimed a double with The Cheddarnator taking out the HRNSW Rewards Series final.
Sent out a $1.05 favourite, the four-year-old assumed control of the race early and from there was never headed in the $10,000 feature.
Jackson Painting did the steering for his uncle with the Cheddarnator making it two wins from as many start for the Euroley horseman.
Meanwhile Bruce Harpley qualified Slick Blaster for a Evolution Series final after the three-year-old stormed home late.