A MASSIVE six days for Bendigo trainer-driver Chris Svanosio has continued at Yarra Glen on Thursday.
Svanosio landed a second-straight major win with Magicool in the $25,000 Group 3 Yarra Valley Trotters Cup.
It followed the six-year-old gelding's victory at Tabcorp Park Melton last Saturday night, part of a winning treble for his Junortoun-based trainer and driver.
Third in the line of betting behind the Andy Gath-trained star Tornado Valley ($2.80) and Maori Law ($3.60), Magicool ($4.20) proved too slick for his eight rivals off his 10m mark.
The final margin was 1.80m to the trainer-driver combo of Brent Lilley and Chris Alford and Father Christmas, with Tornado Valley seven metres away in third.
It was the 13th career win from 23 starts for Magicool, who has proven an outstanding acquisition for Svanosio since picking up the horse from Matthew Craven.
The gelding has had eight starts for his new stable for three wins and a second in the Group 3 Kilmore Trotters Cup in late September.
His victories included success in the Group 3 True Roman Trotters Free For All at Melton in September.
Two-straight for Magicool formed part of a double on Yarra valley Cup day for Svanosio, who struck early in the program with the three-year-old filly She Will Rock.
The daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven and My Little Black Dress improved her record to two wins and two placings from five starts with a convincing 9.8m triumph.
There was further success for Bendigo, with talented young driver Shannon O'Sullivan combining with Gippsland trainer Jennifer Lewis for a win with Celestial Trekker in her first drive aboard the seven-year-old gelding.
The Yarra Valley Pacing Cup was won by the Emma Stewart-trained Code Black.
Meanwhile, Wednesday night's meeting at Ballarat brought success for Bendigo driver Michelle Phillips and the Allan McDonough-trained valiant Charger.
It was Phillips's 10th win in a productive 2019-20 season.
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