Irish apprentice Louise Day outrode her country claim as her boss Kris Lees prepared three winners at Newcastle on Saturday.
Lees was overseas but the stable continued to chalk up winners, moving to 221 nationwide for the season.
The successful trio at Newcastle are destined for bigger and better things.
Gooree Park youngsters Ruling Symbol and Mandirigma were dominant.
Three-year-old Ruling Symbol overcame a wide run to win the 1200m class one handicap. He had bolted in at a Newcastle maiden in his previous start.
Comeback jockey Aaron Bullock rode Ruling Symbol for his fifth win since returning to the saddle last month.
Colt Mandirigma made a stunning debut in the 900m two-year-old maiden plate.
He went into the race after three trial wins and was a massive tip on track. Darryl McLellan had ridden him in two trials but he is sidelined with a fractured ankle, giving Mitchell Bell the chance on Saturday.
Mandirigma was slowly away but he quickly made ground and responded in the straight to win by a length.
Day completed the Lees treble, and her own double to go past 80 winners, with Think Free in the last, the 1300m Newcastle Nobbys. She earlier piloted $151 chance Reliansive to victory in the 1870m maiden handicap.
"I am stoked," Day said.
"I was very confident about Think Free's prospects but I didn't know what to expect from Reliansive as his form was poor. He obviously likes a soft track and inside the 200 he started to lift and he outstayed them."