Gary Hall jr. has further cemented his reputation as one of Western Australia's best reinsman.
In Saturday's Dash for Cash meet at Donaldson Park, the driver steered race favourite Ideal Liner ($1.05) in the Tint City MS Pace (2100 metres).
After taking the lead and remaining in front on the final lap, the New Zealand bay gelding finished 4.7m ahead of Mega Moolah.
Hall jr. then led race favourite Know When to Run ($1.65) to victory in the 1609m Senior Citz $25.50 Special MS Pace.
In second place at the bell, the bay gelding made his move on the last lap before finishing 2.9m in front of Alta Rhett.
The driver's third victory came in the sixth race - the 2100m Sky Racing Bunbury Dash for Cash MS Pace.
Using the sprint lane on the last lap, Justin Prentice-trained black gelding Quick Stride ($2.75) came back to finish 2m ahead of race favourite Sweet N Fast.
Hall jr. was on cloud nine after claiming his fourth consecutive win in the 2503m Sunwise SS Pace.
He and New Zealand bay mare Our Major Mama ($2.80) crossed the line 2m ahead of race favourite The Lightning Strike.
Michael Grantham and brown filly Minnie Washington ($2.45) took out the 2100m Burch Family Wines Fillies and Mares Westbred MS Pace.
Later in the evening, Grantham secured a double after guiding race favourite Bee Jays Boy ($1.50) to win the 1609m GWN7 2yo MS Pace.