Plans to breed from Man Hands this season could be put on hold after another impressive win at Menangle on Saturday night.
The Leeton-owned mare made it three wins and two placings from her last five starts at NSW's premier track.
After a narrow second last week, breeder and co-owner Grant Coelli thought the five-year-old appreciated being able to set a slower in front this time around.
"She is loving it up there," Coelli said. "(Trainer-driver Jason Grimson) is really happy with her and we will just keep going for as long as he's happy with her."
Coelli admitted the mare has exceeded expectations after finishing outside the placings once in six starts for Grimson.
However he's unsure how long to keep the run going.
"In sending her up there she was always going up there until breeding season and then I was breeding but she's probably exceeded expectations a little bit," Coelli said. "I'm not going to rush to a decision and am just going to play it by ear.
"She is getting up in grade now and it's not too far off where she will be racing Bettor Enforce and those sort of horses and in my opinion she is a bit below them but if she keeps improving I will definitely reassess the thoughts of breeding her."
The win was the former Young horseman's 250th as a driver.
It was part of a trifecta for Riverina connections with Island Banner, who is owned by Wagga's Scott and Kathy Robertson finishing second, while Wagga Pacers Cup winner Rusty Crackers was third for Brooke McPherson and Tom Gilligan.
Coelli thought it was another point to show the strong form lines coming out of the region.