THE Christmas-New Year period continues to be kind to Bendigo jockey Brad Rawiller.
The leading Victorian hoop rode a winning treble at Echuca on Tuesday to give him nine winners in the past six days.
Arguably Rawiller's most impressive win at Echuca was his ride to get Inkjet Sprinter over the line in the Moama Bowling Club Maiden Plate (1400m).
The Shaun Dwyer-trained gelding had failed to break its maiden status in 16 previous attempts.
Inkjet Sprinter was the middle leg of Rawiller's treble.
The first leg was the Darren Weir-trained Rich River in the Southern 80 3YO Maiden Plate (1400m).
In-form stayer Ready Zuca was Rawiller's third winner in the Betfair Owners' Club Handicap (2100m).
Rawiller has four rides at Flemington on Wednesday.
He's retained the ride on Paddy's Gem, who he partnered to defeat the much-hyped Belle Couture at Bendigo 10 days ago.
He'll also ride the Darren Weir-trained duo Spartini and Hurdy Gurdy Man and the in-form Electric Fusion for Robert Smerdon.
Electric Fusion has won its past two starts over 2000m in fine style.