Gaelic Dream secured her connections some silverware during Monday's meeting at the Ballarat Turf Club.
Trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, the horse scored a narrow victory in the day's feature, the Miners Rest Community Cup BM58 Handicap (1400m).
Top jockey Luke Nolen partnered the filly to her win over Nigel Blackiston-trained Shock Shock.
Monday's meeting was the first at the track since Ballarat Cup day in November last year.
The eight-race program was conducted on a refurbished turf track, which was completed as part of the works to construct a new synthetic circuit.
Synthetic racing is set to commence at the Ballarat Turf Club in May.
Another highlight on Monday's program was the win by jockey Brad Rawiller aboard the Hayes and Dabernig-trained At Dusk.
It was Rawiller's first victory since a horror fall in October, which left him with broken vertebrae.