Junee reinsman Bayley Duck had a perfect night at Riverina Paceway on Tuesday.
Duck had three drives across the eight-race card and finished with three winners.
All were for Wagga trainer Terry Powter.
The pair scored a race-to-race double with Penny Writer and Im Ok before Mister Rebel completed the big night.
Duck was thrilled.
"It was unreal," Duck said. "You couldn't ask for any better."
The three winners were a career best for both.
Terry Powter and Bayley Duck combined for a career best three winners at Wagga on Tuesday.
While Im Ok and Mister Rebel were able to dictate terms in front, Penny Writer swooped late to run down Red.
Heading into the night Duck rated Mister Rebel the best of his chances and he didn't disappoint.
"I probably thought Mister Rebel was my best chance on paper but the other two went really well," he said.
"They surprised me a bit although they have been racing well."
He was also pleased to bring up a memorable effort alongside Powter.
"He is a top bloke old Terry and he does a good job so it is good to be driving his horses," Duck said.
Meanwhile Delightful Jackie made it two wins in her last three starts as she swooped on her rivals to take out the opening race for Junee trainer-driver Bruce Harpley.
The half-sister Frith has now won four of her 12 starts with a further six placings.