Pheasants Nest reinsman Will Rixon continued his great relationship with Brobenah Boy to take out the Phyllis Harpley Memorial at Junee on Sunday.
Rixon brought up his third win on the six-year-old from four drives, with his worst effort a second.
Brobenah Boy finished eighth at Leeton on Friday night, but Rixon thought being able to utilise drawing barrier one really helped extend his fine record with the Guy Retallick-trained pacer.
"He's been a good horse to me and I've just had a bit luck when I've driven him," Rixon said.
"He's had bad draws of late but drew the pole tonight and the race was run to suit."
Beaten for early speed, Brobenah Boy landed three back the pegs but was able to find clear running up the straight to down Hunza Valley by 4.7 metres.
Rixon was impressed by how he finished off.
"He got clear at the right time, which won him the race, and he's got a good sprint," he said.
"He actually got them past them real quick and when he got past them he sorta switched off and I let him as he had the race won."