Peter Stanley is enjoying a rich run of form and the Wellington trainer has a chances to keep the ball rolling at Warren and District Jockey Club on Tuesday.
Stanley had three hopes in at Mudgee and walked away with one win after Twice The Value produced a gallant run home to steal victory in the Gooree Park Class 1 Handicap (1200m).
When Daltoro, the $2.40 favourite from the leading stables of Kris Lees, took control at the top of the straight it seemed all over but Twice The Value ($13) wouldn't go away on the outside and nabbed victory right on the line.
"She's a gutsy little bugger," Stanley told Sky Thoroughbred Central.
"She's got some determination about her and she might win another one."
Ken Dunbar rode Twice The Value to the narrow win from Daltoro, while Rose Of Savannah ($4) was third.
The win made it three victories in the past month for veteran trainer Stanley.
The next win could come on Tuesday with Pepita to line up at Warren's well-attended seven-race meeting.
Pepita is coming off a long-awaited first win at Dubbo last time out and will contest the Andos Grader Hire Class 1 and Maiden Plate (1600m).
Daughter and apprentice Ashleigh takes the ride and will claim 2kg.
The race will also feature the Darren Hyde-trained Spilia, which is likely to jump favourite after a strong first win at Dubbo last time out.
The meeting is headlined by the QUBE Logistics Open Handicap (1000m), which has attracted a handy field of sprinters.
Dubbo trainers Clint Lundholm, Allan Gibson, and Karen Lunn will all be in action in that event.
Lundholm's Joey's Destiny was handed the 61kg top weight but that is offset by Georgina McDonnell's three-kilo claim.
Cowboys Karma will be first-up for Gibson after a spell since October of last year while Satan Da heads into the race for Lunn having placed twice in the past three starts, albeit in a lower class.
The first race on Tuesday jumps at 1.10pm.