Border trainers tasted success in a race meet dominated by visitors at Albury on Tuesday.
Albury's Mitch Beer jagged victory in a maiden plate (1600m) with Beau Belle picking up its first win for the stable.
The four-year-old mare has improved with each run for Beer, finishing fourth in its first race for the Border trainer at Wagga on December 7 and followed it with a third at Corowa (December 17), a second at Albury on Boxing Day, another second at Wagga (January 7), before it broke the maiden at home on Tuesday.
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"Massive effort from Beau Belle today (Tuesday), she's put in two enormous runs in five days," Beer said.
"Not bad for a 15k Brazen Beau tried filly having its first prep for the stable."
Wodonga trainer David O'Prey was also in the winner's circle with Dhiaga triumphant in a benchmark 58 handicap (1600m).
Massive effort from Beau Belle today (Tuesday), she's put in two enormous runs in five days.Mitch Beer
Dhiaga held off the Kevin Hanley-trained Hurry Up Harry and Beer's Global Sanction, with less than a length separating the top four in the race.
Border jockey Brodie Loy piloted the four-year-old gelding to its second win for O'Prey since joining his team of horses in April last year.