Champion filly Sensational Gabby maintained her imposing strike rate and extended her winning sequence to 12 with another effortless performance at Pinjarra on Monday.
Driven by Chris Lewis, Sensational Gabby led from start and was never extended when defeating stable mate Madeline Holly by five lengths with Blissful Boy third.
Sensational Gabby, prepared by Greg Schofield at West Swan, boosted her record to 21 wins from 23 starts with one minor placing.
Sensational Gabby, who has amassed almost half-a-million-dollars in stake earnings, is by Western Hanover stallion Yankee Sensation.
Sensational Gabby was the second leg of a driving double for Lewis who lifted Domino Bromac to a hard fought win over Captain Jack Sparrow.
Lewis shared driving honours with Nathan Turvey who upset punters when Dee Eight Supercar scored from race favourite Mister Sarkozy.
Turvey got back on even terms with supporters when Pacific Warrior, $1.50 hope, posted an easy win over Cooper Trooper and Vital Equaliser in the last of the programme.
Chris Brew's good patch of form continued when stable newcomer Glenferrie Hood scored an impressive win in the first.
The Christian Cullen gelding, on debut, fought out a tough tussle with the odds on favourite Sheckler before scoring by a head.
Brew's focus at Northam tonight will be on All Our Mac in the Pattons Panel and Paint Conditioned Pace (2560m).
The eight-year-old gelding is having his second start back after running eighth to Livingontheinterest at Gloucester Park on July 21.
"He is coming back from a suspensory and needed the run first up," said Brew.
"He is working well at home but I'm still learning about the horse as he is a new one to the stable.
"He will run a competitive race but barrier 12 is tough.
"He will keep improving if his leg stays sound."