JUNEE reinsman Cameron Hart continued his career best form with another winning treble at Wagga on Tuesday night.
Hart made it six winners in the space of five days with the fourth winning treble of his career.
Hart got the night off to a good start when he guided the Shane Hillier-trained Doctor Feld ($32.80) to win the opening race in a blistering mile rate of 1:56.9.
He then guided Split Second Lombo ($4.20) to victory for Rod Woodhouse, before bringing up his third win of the night on Niki Diva ($3.60) for Hillier late.
After a winning treble at Wagga last Friday and again on Tuesday night, Hart could not be happier with his form in the sulky.
“It was a good night,” Hart said.
“I’m starting to get some good drives and some good trainers are getting behind me so it’s going good.
“Six winners in a week is hard to do so it’s probably my best form at the moment. Hopefully I can keep it going.”
The 18-year-old thought he had a couple of strong chances on the card, and was impressed by a couple of the wins.
“I went into it thinking I had a couple of good drives but it doesn’t always happen how you think it’s going to,” he said.
“I liked the way Split Second Lombo finished off. Rod has got him going super at the moment.
“(Doctor Felt) went really good too.”
Hart has six drives at Leeton on Friday night.