A winning treble to jockey John Keating highlighted a successful day for Bendigo racing industry participants on Saturday.
Keating dominated the popular Wycheproof Cup meeting on Saturday.
He opened the meeting with a winner aboard Nickalo for Bendigo trainer Brad Cole.
It was Nickalo's first win from 18 career starts.
Keating’s second winner was for Kyneton trainer Edmund Bourke with Ellie Quarterdolla.
The six-year-old mare broke her maiden with a seven-length win.
The third leg of Keating’s treble was in the final race aboard the Ron Daniel-trained Desert Duel.
Bendigo trainer Graham Browney enjoyed success at Wycheproof when Big Roy won his first race at start 15.
Meanwhile, Bendigo trainer Adam O’Neill made the long trip to Mortlake on Saturday and returned a winner.
The O’Neill-trained Tycoon Roxy was an impressive winner of an 1100m maiden.
The four-year-old mare has one win and two placings from four starts.