Jackson Painting stole the show on Albury Pacers Cup night, with a driving treble including the feature on Friday night.
Painting picked up a drive for Amanda Turnbull also also steered brothers The Cheddarnator and Jeronimo Joe to victory for his uncle David Kennedy.
"It was a super night," Painting said.
"Be nice if there were a few more like that, but I'll take them when they come."
The Crimson Prince led almost all of the year in the $15,300 feature.
However Painting was surprised by how things panned out after Rubies For Tash flew out of the barriers for Bruce Harpley.
"I was happy to pick up that drive as he is a nice horse who is going places," Painting said.
"I wasn't actually expecting Bruce to get out that quick, on paper I thought stablemate looked the leader, but I got the retake and everything went to plan after that."
Coming off a down the track effort at Melton, this time around The Crimson Prince found plenty to hold off $1.95 favourite Shelby Bromac to win by 2.1 metres.
It backed up success with The Cheddarnator in the Commercial Club Reflections Cafe Final (1770m).
After finishing second in his heat, Painting thought the four-year-old was better for the run to bring up his third win from six starts.
"He is a pretty nice horse, he is probably going to struggle to find races around here now so he's going to go on the market and go up to the metro area," he said.
"I thought he had a bit on that field, he was just a run short in the heat, but we were expecting him to win and he got the cash.
Jeronimo Joe then made it two wins from three starts for his new trainer.
"He'll actually go through his grades pretty good," Painting said. "He didn't handle the corner the week before so we changed a bit of gear on him and he's still pretty big so once we screw him right down he will go through his grades no worries."