Two almighty upsets in the first three races ensured Kath Bell-Pitomac's winning run continued on Tuesday.
The apprentice jockey just missed out in the first event of the day at Warren, going down by less than a length with $15 chance Resetting Edge, but she guided two big outsiders to victory after that.
She first rode Debbie Prest's $51 chance Nanga to victory in the Nutrient Ag Solutions Maiden Handicap (1200m) before saluting with $26 hope The Sledgehammer in the Andos Grader Hire Class 1 and Maiden Plate (1600m) for Michael Mulholland.
The results followed a double at Dubbo two weeks ago.
Both the wins at Warren came in closely-contested finishes.
Nanga surged home through a gap between runners in the final strides to win by a quarter-of-a-length while The Sledgehammer fought back bravely in the straight to edge out $1.80 favourite Spilia by almost half-a-length.
Nanga's long-awaited first win was a special moment for trainer Prest, who bought the mare for $400.
It brought to an end a run of 38 starts without victory but took career earnings of the bargain basement mare past $45,000.
"We bought off the internet for $400. She had a bung leg and she was poor and I felt sorry for her," Prest told Sky Thoroughbred Central after the win.
"She's been thereabouts and so unlucky but is a lovely little thing ... she's just a nice little thing and a cheap little thing and we've had a lot of fun with her."
Nanga headed to Warren having placed twice in her past three starts while The Sledgehammer was first-up for more than six months.
A new addition to the Mulholland stables at Wellington, The Sledgehammer had the one win from 18 starts prior to Tuesday.
But win number two came on debut for Mulholland and it was a gutsy win as Darren Hyde's short-price favourite seemed a lock when he took the lead along the outside halfway down the straight.
But Bell-Pitomac and The Sledgehammer refused to go away and re-took the lead late on.
The Rod Northam-trained On Time ($10) had earlier won the first event.