Andrew Noblet's stable is thriving in Ballarat.
In his first full season based on track at Sportsbet Ballarat since relocating from Caulfield, Noblet is enjoying his most prolific-winning season since 2016-17 when he tasted his first and only group 1 success.
Noblet took his season tally 31 with a double at Sandown Hillside on Wednesday.
Demando ($7) kicked off the day in the Ladbrokes Switch Handicap, 1400m, and Ghodeleine ($5.50) saluted by more than two lengths in the MRC Membership Renewal Handicap, 1600m.
Demando now has two wins in six starts, having scored on debut on the Ballarat synthetic in November last year.
Noblet said he had not expected the filly to lead, but apprentice jockey Will Price had done the right thing when he found the front and allowed her to role along.
He said Demando had not had much luck this preparation and it was good to see her get some luck.
Ghodeleine's fifth career win came second-up on the back of a lengthy break since the spring.
Noblet said the five-year-old mare, which had gone "super" first-up (when third at Sandown Lakeside), had been given a great run by apprentice jockey Ms Madison Lloyd.
He said he had expected Ghodeleine get back and then have to work around the field, but Lloyd had been able to weave her way through.
Noblet said Ghodeleine had trained on and would focus on running in mares' company.