Scotts Creek's Xavier O'Connor is having a fortnight to remember.
The harness racing trainer and driver has tasted success at three meets.
The 23-year-old drove Eoghan Omaille to victory in the trotters handicap on Thursday night at Ballarat.
O'Connor's run has also included a drought-breaking victory as a trainer.
He trained his first winner since August 20 last year.
"It's been a good week," he said.
O'Connor, who lives on a dairy farm, said he tried to celebrate each win and then move on to the next race.
Be The One got the chocolates at Terang on July 22 to get O'Connor has first win in almost 12 months.
The next success came on Wednesday at Stawell.
O'Connor drove Abbey Fields to victory in the 1785-metre race seven.
He said he was slightly confident the five-year-old mare would run well considering she had been up against strong fields in recent months.
"I thought 'if I can get her in position, she'll run well'," he said.
O'Connor's father, Anthony, trains Abbey Fields.
Anthony and his wife Jillian also own the horse so it was a special win for the family.
The third success came on Thursday night with O'Connor driving Eoghan Omaille to victory for trainer Daniel Laird.
O'Connor believed the six-year-old gelding was a chance but didn't expect to cross the line first.
"I thought there were a couple of horses in it which would benefit from him being the front runner," O'Connor said.
"He got away and led for most of the race.
"To finish the way he did, he ran a very good race."
Horses have been in the family for decades but O'Connor said he didn't get involved in harness racing until he was 16.
He was into cars, tractors and motorbikes from an early age.
Now he's "consumed" by the trots.
"I really enjoy it and enjoyment comes with success," he said.
"I've been lucky enough to have a group one win."
O'Connor drove Rum Junction to his first metropolitan and group one success in December 2019.
The young trainer and driver is looking forward to this Wednesday's Terang meet.
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