Mark Jones and Mathew Cahill have combined for plenty of feature wins in the past and more may await in the near future after Pip's Pick scored another eye-catching win on Tuesday.
The Dubbo trainer and veteran jockey scored many cup and high-profile wins with the likes of Juerga, Music Academy, and Atlantis and Jones may be tempted to look at more feature races with Pip's Pick after back-to-back wins at Gilgandra and Bathurst.
Originally trained by Darren Weir, Pip's Pick was plagued by maturity issues and headed to Jones last year with just three starts under his belt.
The Dubbo trainer tipped him out for a lengthy spell after a ninth-placed finish on debut and that appears to have worked a treat.
The lightly-raced five-year-old romped to victory in an 800m event at Gilgandra earlier this month and he proved too strong again in Tuesday's Bathurst Toyota Class 1 Handicap (1108m).
"He's a pretty quick horse," Jones told Sky Thoroughbred Central after the win.
"The other day (at Gilgandra) was more like a trial and he surprised me a little how quick he was.
"Today I just asked Matty (Cahill) to get him out and try and settle in front. As it turns out he didn't have to but he hit the line well. Matty did a superb job."
Pip's Pick got a nice run outside Ammate ($3.80) for the bulk of the journey after Cahill got away well from barrier five.
At the top of the straight he made his move and took the lead and while the rest of the field began to loom, Pip's Pick found another gear.
The chestnut gelding kicked well clear and went on to win by two-and-a-half lengths from Bel Blaster ($12) while Audio Bay ($6) finished in third.
"He's a lovely horse," Jones added.
"He can be a bit difficult to ride at track work but he's a terrific horse."
The win was the second for a Dubbo trainer inside the first five races at Bathurst.
Garry Lunn had earlier been given reason to cheer when $17 outsider Comzig took out the Watermart Maiden Plate (1808m).