Bendigo trainers Chris Svanosio and Glenn Douglas celebrated city class success at Melton trots on Saturday night.
Savnosio trained and drove smart trotter Norquay to her second Melton win in the space of eight days.
The in-form mare made the most of the sprint lane and finished hard to defeat race favourite Custodian.
Norquary now boasts a career record of seven wins and two seconds from 16 starts.
The win capped a solid meeting for the Svanosio stable.
He also prepared Repeat After Me to finish second behind the long odds-on favourite Hurricane Harley in the Garrards Pace and Magicool to run third in the Niota Bloodstock Trot.
Earlier in the night, Douglas prepared Goodboy Cowboy to win impressively by more than six metres.
With Jack Laugher in the sulky, the six-year-old worked to the front in the opening half lap and that's where he stayed.
Goodboy Cowboy has 15 wins and 15 placings from 58 career starts.
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