Nathan Turnbull will have two starters in the Peter Marshall Memorial Final at Blayney after starring in Sunday's heats at the same track.
Turnbull drove two heats winners and will be one of the major players in the final this coming Sunday.
Hey Suzie, who was backed as the outsider at $21, finished a head in front of Tulhurst Terror ($4) in the Ray White Rural Emms Mooney Real Estate Heat 1 (2000m).
Hey Suzie had originally drew barrier six in the front row, but Turnbull took his time and waited for the right openings to drive the 101-race veteran to victory.
"She drew the outside barrier and I just headed back to last on the fence," he explained.
"I didn't have to go around the others because they kept pulling off in front of me, so I took all the shortcuts.
"I was lucky enough to get right up there on the inside and win."
It was a tight finish, with just over a metre and half separating first to fourth.
"We all sort of went across the line together and she was lucky enough to put her head out and win," Turnbull said.
Hey Suzie had previously been trained Brian Portelli, before coming over to the Turnbull stable in July of last year.
Having previously won two races, she's enjoyed five victories under the training of Turnbull.
"She came to me, sort of not good enough to race down in Sydney. The owner sent her up to me so she could race around the bush," he said.
"She's been around for ages, had a heap of starts and keeps on winning every now and again. She's going good as ever."
And Turnbull made it two winning drives from as many races to start the meeting when he drove Promise To Rock ($8.50) to a comfortable win in the Blayney Newsagency Heat 2 (2000m).
"I drew one in the back row with Promise To Rock, so she was away on the fence," he said.
"Then there was a fair bit travel on the first turn and I was lucky enough to get into the running line, into the one-one with the favourite."
The win was just the four-year-old bay mare's second ever win and first since Tamworth in August.