EMMA Stewart has three more group 1 victories in her sights before the end of the harness racing season.
Already boasting an incredible six group 1 win in 2011-12, the Smythes Creek trainer has major hands in three age categories in the Australasian Breeders Crown Series.
Vicbred Super Series final winner Our Femme Fatale is already into semi-finals for two-year-old fillies.
Our Femme Fatale ($2.10 favourite) led throughout to get the money after a two-horse war with Musical Delight in a heat at Shepparton on Saturday night.
Stewart now turns her attention to the three-year-old heats.
Although Vicbred Super Series winner Hexham Heart is a scratching, she still has three runners in the fillies's heat at Bendigo tonight.
Last-start Australian Oaks winner Shake It Mama and The Good Times go around in the first of three heats, and Victoria Oaks winner Beauty Secret is in the third.
Vicbred Super Series final winner Philadelphia Man heads up a Stewart quartet in the three-year-old colts and geldings' heats at Kilmore tomorrow night.
A winner of his past six starts, Philadelphia Man resumed from a freshen up to score in 1:54.9 at Melton on Friday night.
The stable also has Johnny Quid, Turn The Beast and Win The Crowd engaged - all in separate heats.
MEANWHILE, New Zealand visitor Border Control ($1.04 favourite) toyed with his rivals to take out a Breeders Crown heat for two-year-old colts and geldings, 2200m, in Ballarat last night.
Trainer-driver Mark Purdon had an armchair ride in front as the son of Bettors Delight raced away by almost 20m.
The John Nicholson-trained Ginger Bliss ($25.20) upset another short-prized NZ youngster Major Star ($1.30 favourite) by the closest of margins in another heat.
The third heat went to the Margaret Lee-trained Keayang Starzzz ($9.20).