Ballarat trainer Mitch Freedman gave his season a kick along with a treble at Geelong on Sunday.
First-starter Perseids ($3.80) began his run in a maiden, 1100m, and another debutant Adandiman ($3.50) followed up in the next on the card, a 1400m maiden.
Four-year-old mare Mahashakti ($2.50 favourite) completed the treble when she made it back-to-back wins at Geelong in a benchmark58, 1700m.
His other two runners finished second and third.
Bred by Darren and Elizabeth Dance, of Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, and racing in their colours, Adandiman provided a special moment for connections.
He is the first winner by imported stallion Dandino, which finished fifth in the 2013 Melbourne Cup for ATB.
He returned for another tilt at the cup a year later, but was scratched with a tendon injury.
Dandino bowed out of racing as a winner in the group 3 Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington in 2015.