The dust and thunderstorm may have delayed things briefly at Dawson Park but it was the Braddon team from Cowra which stole the show on Sunday night.
The husband-and-wife team of Paul and Pamela Braddon combined to win four of the 11 events on the card during a meeting which was briefly paused due to the huge dust storm which engulfed the region.
Things were moving smoothly early in the night as Pamela Braddon took out the first event with Senor Fury ($1.70).
A hot $1.70 favourite, Senor Fury won the Welcome To Racing 2020 Maiden (318m) to earn a first victory in career start number four.
After having little luck during the middle stages of the meeting, Paul Braddon dominated the final events on the card.
A regular at the Dubbo track, Braddon won three of the last five races.
Two of those came in heats of the Ladbrokes Payout Protest Stakes (318m), a series for dogs with one-to-five career wins.
Flaming Fury ($2.70) and Arrie A Blaze ($3.60) scored those wins respectively, with the latter proving the fastest of the four heat winners.
Braddon also saw Winning Edge ($4.90) take out the Coolabah Goat Go Stakes (318m).
Earlier in the meeting, Charmaine Roberts had fittingly won the Charmaine Roberts Trainer of the Year Stakes (516m).
Tookey Keeping ($1.30) won that event by four-and-a-quarter lengths.