The Darren Weir-trained Another Coldie stormed to its fourth Cup win in 12 months at Kyneton on Wednesday.
The five-year-old put paid to his Kyneton Cup rivals at the top of the home straight and surged clear to win by two lengths from Rhythm To Spare, with Kiwi visitor Our Big Mike a further half length away in third.
The Kyneton Cup victory came on top of wins in the Donald Cup and Country Cup at Flemington last spring and a dominant win in last month's Horsham Cup.
"He's a real winner,'' Weir stable representative Darryn Murphy said.
"(Jockey) Johnny (Allen) overcame a tricky draw magnificently.
"They had a beautiful run, the tempo kept nice and even and he joined in. He's a winner, he loves the fight and loves getting to the post close."
The query surrounding Another Coldie going into the Kyneton Cup was whether or not he could run out a strong 2000m.
He put paid to that doubt in emphatic style.
"The horse has been going super of late and he really found the line,'' Allen said.
"He'll probably get a bit further, maybe 2000m will be his rightful trip.
"If he can stay a bit futrther it will open up a few more options."
Another Coldie could now head to the Elipse Stakes (2000m) at Sandown on November 17 or the Ballarat Cup (2200m) on November 24.
Meanwhile, Kyneton trainer George Osborne enjoyed success at his home Cup meeting.
Osborne prepared Nothing But A Sage to score an impressive win in the Ray White Real Estate Romsey Benchmark 64 Handicap (1100m).
The five-year-old mare relished the hot speed set in front and stormed home down the outside to win by more than two lengths.
It was her fifth career win from 26 starts,with three of them coming at Kyneton.
Osborne narrowly missed out on the quinella in the race. Stablemate Mount Horeb finiahed third in an encouraging first-up performance.
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