The Dan McCarthy-trained Northernero has clinched Albury Racing Club's Horse of the Year honour.
Trainer Mitch Beer and jockey Blaike McDougall also defended their respective crowns.
Northernero displayed an affinity for the Albury surface winning all four starts he had on the track.
The four-year-old gelding won his maiden in December with all of his career victories from 13 starts coming at Albury.
McDougall made it a one act affair in the jockeys title.
The red-hot hoop amassed 186 points for the season and a whopping 132 more than his nearest rival.
McDougall also easily eclipsed his tally of 120 points the previous season.
He also won the SDRA jockeys premiership and has an unassailable lead in the both NSW statewide and country jockey premierships.
Beer made it a hat-trick of wins in the trainers title after finishing with 105 points.
He had a 26 point buffer over Donna Scott.