THE winners kept on rolling in for Symon Wilde at Warrnambool Racecourse on Thursday.
The established trainer had two winners on his home club's eight-race program.
Bullzeye Beauty, having just her sixth start for the two-time Warrnambool Grand Annual Steeplechase-winning trainer, won a maiden over 1000 metres.
Glassey Miss was successful in a benchmark 64 over 1400 metres.
Wilde's stable foreman Liam Hoy said Bullzeye Beauty, with Joe Bowditch aboard, deserved the win over Barclay's Bank and Ultra Instinct.
"Bullzeye Beauty put the writing on the board for a win with two good runs at Penshurst and Stawell," Hoy told The Standard.
"She had trialled up really well at Mortlake and Ararat.
"We've always had a good opinion of her. I was very impressed how easy she won the race.
"Joe rode a well-judged race on the filly."
Hoy said the team had options to explore with Bullzeye Beauty.
"I think she would be really competitive in a fillies and mares race around Moonee Valley over the next few weeks," he said.
Glassey Miss, with top Warrnambool apprentice jockey Laura Lafferty in the saddle, took her record to five wins from 19 starts in defeating Mark Of The Man.
"Glassey Miss has been very consistent," Hoy said.
"She showed with her last-start third placing another win was not far away.
"She's got a great record at Warrnambool so we were quite confident coming here today.
"Laura gave Glassey Miss a great ride."
Lafferty, who rides trackwork in Melbourne, spent three months in Sydney working for trainer John O'Shea. She is now based back in Warrnambool.
Top jockey John Allen took the riding honours with a winning double.
Allen won on Tuki Twelve for the McEvoy stable and Vardani for Arch Alexander.
The next meeting at Warrnambool is the popular Woodford Cup race day on December 31.
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