STAWELL-trained Dubai Dominion won his second cup in a fortnight when he was successful in the $45,000 Koroit Cup at Warrnambool on Sunday.
Dubai Dominion, with apprentice jockey Tatum Bull aboard, hung on to defeat Duke Of Plumpton by a long neck with Humble Pie back in third place.
The lightly-raced five-year-old won the Nhill Cup on December 27.
Trainer Andrew Bobbin paid credit to Bull for her winning ride in the 1700 metre race.
"It was a great ride by Tatum," Bobbin said.
"I've only had 13 runners since I got my trainers licence late last year and three of my four winners have been ridden by Tatum.
"She's doing a big job for our stable. I knew I had Dubai Dominion pretty fit for this race but it was going to take a good ride from Tatum and she delivered the goods.
"Dubai Dominion's fitness comes about because of our unique training facility which is made up of heavy sand.
"He doesn't go to the training track we just work him along at our 100 acre property.
"We'll see how he pulls up if he's good we may go to the Camperdown Cup next Saturday."
Bobbin said the long term goal for the imported galloper is the $60,000 Stawell Cup over 2000 metres on Easter Sunday.
Bull said she was thankful for the support she was receiving from the Bobbin stable.
Top trainer Patrick Payne backed up from a winning double at Flemington on Saturday, with two winners at Warrnambool on Sunday.
The Graduate and Café Tortoni were Payne's two winners at the Koroit meeting.
Both were ridden by stable jockey Billy Egan.
Plumpton-based trainer Patrick Payne, a former jockey, had two winners on the eight-race card while Warrnambool's Aaron Purcell and Symon Wilde also enjoyed success at the meeting.
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