Ballarat-stabled synthetic track specialists again showed their liking for the all-weather surface at Sportsbet-Ballarat on Tuesday.
The Ciaron Maher-David Eustace trained Sensitivity ($4.60) and Smokin' Romans each made it back-to-back wins on a polytrack surface.
Sensitivity backed up from a last-start success on the Pakenham synthetic to take out the Sportsbet-Elite Average Games Benchmark58, 1500m - the 3yo filly's second win on her home circuit.
With John Allen in the saddle in the Hygain Winners Choice Benchmark58, 1500m, Smokin' Romans ($2.15 favourite) repeated his debut victory on the Ballarat synthetic to remain unbeaten to round out a stable double.
Matt Cumani reinforced the liking Belzella ($7.50) has for the track when she stormed home in the Hygain Winners Choice Benchmark58,1200m. Previously prepared by Tony and Calvin McEvoy, the 4yo mare has now had five starts for Cumani for two wins - each on the Ballarat synthetic.