GRAEME Dalton's winter of content continued at Tabcorp Park Melton on Monday.
The veteran Sutton Grange claimed his third winner for the month of August with his trotting mare Miss Bouchea.
The five-year-old brought up her maiden win in career start number 17, with a plucky victory over the 2240 metre distance, in a tight finish ahead of the Rebecca Morrissey-trained Lion Heart.
Chris Alford took the winning drive for Dalton, who followed up wins earlier this month with the smart seven-year-old pacer Animated at Melton on August 3 and Ballarat last Friday.
A strong last four months for the veteran trainer has included five winners in May, two in June and another two in July.
Dalton will head to Maryborough on Thursday with second starter Self Exclusion.
Meanwhile, Strathfieldsaye trainer backed up his winning double at Melton last Saturday night with more success with NR75 class pacer Jayedgar.
It was the five-year-old gelding's 11th career win in 64 starts.
Douglas, who has flown past 100 winners for the 2018-19 season, scored a double on Saturday night with Vandanta and Shorty's Mate.
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