DARRIMAN greyhound trainer Bill McMahon scored the trifecta in a race during Sunday’s meeting in Sale.
Following back-to-back second placings, Zachary won race six, the 440 metre free for all, by a head from Dr Carmel, while kennelmate Dr Mumma finished third.
There was further success for the kennels in the race 10 440m grade five, which was won by Dr Archer, prepared by Judy McMahon.
The Vic Bred 440m grade five final was won by Ha Ha Magoo, trained by Des Douch at Maffra.
Highly Explosive, trained by Craig Treherne at Lara, won the night’s other feature race, over 650m, just ahead of Jayville Slick, trained by Todd Chatwin at Johnsonville.
A week after winning at the track, Lakeview Bonnie, trained by Luke Whelan at Metung, won race three, the 440m grade seven, by two lengths from Douch’s Dodds Joy.
Race four, the 440m mixed grade six and seven, was won by Enabler for Robert Bean at Tinamba.
Cosmic Roy, trained by Dawn Johnston at Boisdale, led race five, a 520m grade five, throughout to finish two lengths ahead of Select Charlie, trained at Bundalaguah by Corey Fulford.
ROSEDALE trainers Jeff and Sharon-Lee Chignell claimed a trifecta at Sale on Friday night.
Jet Lee Rose won race six, the 440m mixed grade four and five, by less than half a length from Shantelle Rose. Annie Rose finished third.
Hastings trainer Billy Stockdale had two winners, with Smokin’ Ziggy taking out the race two 440m maiden and Salana winning race five, a 520m restricted win event.
Collinda Lady won the race one 440m maiden for Sam Tyler at Boisdale.
In race four, a 440m grade seven, Doll’s Jakit, trained by Andrew Wood at Nambrok, opened up a big lead before steadying to win by two lengths.
Dr Collette, trained by Bill McMahon, won the race seven 440m grade five.
Race nine, a 440m restricted win event, was taken out by Hustle Hard, trained by Brian Alford at Yarram, by four lengths from Flywheel Dolly, trained at Gormandale by Sam Bye.
Five days after winning at the track, Dream Wizard, trained by Sean Lithgow at Devon Meadows, took out race eight, the 440m free for all.