Albury trainer Donna Scott is savouring her first country cups victory.
Scott joined forces with daughter, Danielle, to capture the $15,000 Griffith feature with Supplyzing on Saturday.
In a deceptive finish, Supplyzing burst through on the inside rail over the last 50m courtesy of an economical and clever rails hugging ride by Danielle.
Supplyzing ($4.40) nabbed Takookacod by a nose with High Rush a further half-length back in third.
The victory was a real family affair with Donna part-owner of the galloper alongside her father, Graham Hulm, and sister and brother-in-law.
Donna said it was a huge thrill for the close-knit family.
"That was my first country cup, so to share it with the family made it that bit extra special," Scott said.
Scott revealed the victory didn't come without some anxious moments after connections of the runner-up asked to view the photo finish.
"It was real heart in your mouth watching the finish," she said.
"I watched the replay a few times on Saturday night and it doesn't looked like we won.
"Watching the race unfold over the final furlong, I thought he was going to run third.
"But he really sprouted wings over the concluding stages.
"The owners of the second horse had a look at the photo finish and were satisfied that they had run second.
"I didn't have a look at it myself."
Supplyzing has proved to be handy galloper with five career wins for just over $90,000 in prizemoney.
"He has been an honest horse but he has had his fair share of issues and can be hard work at times," she said.
"He managed to drop Danielle before the start of the race and can be a bit of a quirky horse.
"He has come back from a throat operation so the owners have had to show a bit of patience and were rewarded on Saturday."
Meantime, Wagga trainer Chris Heywood enjoyed success with Landmine ($16) in the Yenda Producers Benchmark 58 Handicap (1000m).
It was Landmine's first win since November 2018 after a series of injuries and came courtesy of a top Richie Bensley ride.
Wagga trainer Troy Lorback also enjoyed success with Poet's Muse ($4.00) winning the Elders Rural Services Class One Handicap (1350m).
It was the first leg of a winning double for jockey Kayla Nisbet.