BENDIGO jockey Brad Rawiller had a day out at Terang yesterday.
Rawiller rode a winning treble, including two wins for leading Ballarat trainer Darren Weir.
Rawiller partnered the Weir-trained Zan Zena ($2.30 fav.) to win the opening event on the card. He followed up aboard the Weir-trained Signoff ($7) to claim race four.
Rawiller's third winner was the lightly-raced Sweet Silhouette, who won race seven for trainer Jim Mason.
Weir trained four winners for the meeting.
Rawiller's hot form looks set to continue at Tuesday's Ararat meeting where he has five good rides, including the Simon Morrish-trained duo Hawkesinthesky and Chouxshine.