Ballarat-based standardbred operation Yabby Dam Farms has had the distinction of breeding winners in three countries in the space of a day.
They won in Australia, New Zealand and the United States on Friday and Saturday.
Imsettogo ($3.10) scored at Melton for Cardigan trainer Anton Golino, Soundslikeart saluted for Robert Dunn at Addington in NZ and Majestic Player continued on his winning way for traner Walter Haynes in Ohio.
Yabby Dam Farms principal Pat Driscoll races trotter Imsettogo and pacer Soundslikeart, but squaregaiting Majestic Player is now raced in US interests.
Majestic Player was sold earlier this season with 15 wins, a group 2 win and group 1 placings at the end of his four-year-old campaign.
The son of Majestic Son has taken all before since arriving in the United States.
He has gone on to win six times, including two within a week since the return to racing after a COVID-19 lockdown.
Majestic Player has flown over the mile in 1:53.1 nand 1:52.3 in his latest appearances.
Soundslikeart is one of two horses Yabby Dam Farms has with leading NZ trainer Robert Dunn, with group 1-winning trotting mare Pretty Majestic a stablemate.
A rare pacer bred by Yabby Dam, Soundslikeart now has four NZ wins to give her six overall.
Imsettogo returned to her best to grind out a sixth career success with Gordon reinsman Darby McGuigan in the sulky.
HIGHLY regarded pacer Ride High takes his first public step back to the races when he trials in Ballarat on Tuesday.
Cardigan trainer Clayton Tonkin has not raced Ride High since winning a free-for-all at Melton in December.
That was only the group 1 winner's second start after a lengthy injury-enforced break and gave him the career record of 10 wins in 11 starts.
Kima Frenning will take the drive on Riding High as she continues her return after a serious injury.
Now based in Ballarat to work for Tonkin and trainer Emma Stewart, the leading reinswoman landed wins in Ballarat on Thursday night and Melton on Friday night - each for Stewart.