Dubbo trainer Michael Carroll was among the winners at Parkes Harness Racing Club on Sunday but the day belonged to leading Bathurst trainer-driver Nathan Turnbull.
Carroll scored a drought-breaking win with Lovin Everyday but that effort was overshadowed by Turnbull driving four winners across the meeting's eight races.
Lovin Everyday headed to Parkes having not won since January of last year, but a smart drive from Justin Reynolds got the six-year-old mare past the post first in the Trundle Cup March 28 Pace (2040m).
Reynolds got immediately to lead from gate two and that was where he stayed with the $10 chance.
While others jostled for position and lost momentum late on the bell lap Lovin Everyday was clear and she went on to win by 4.1m.
The main event on the day was the $8000 PHRC Committee Final and that featured one of Turnbull's four wins as he got the job done with Bruhaha ($2.30 favourite).
Five-year-old Bruhaha qualified for the final with a dominant 12.6m win a week prior and he was even more dominant the final.
As soon as the arms folded back Courage Lips ($31), who had also caused a false start prior, burned forward and tried to run the ragged from up front, at some stages pulling over four lengths clear.
As race caller Michael Dumesny pointed out, this set the race up perfectly for Bruhaha to launch from the back end of the field, and with Courage Lips all but gone on the back straight, the former booted clear to win by 14.9m in a sizzling 1:57.8.
For Turnbull, the win kickstarted his golden run; as he also won with Frankies Tooth ($1.95 fav.), Surf Ace ($7) and Ebony Rocks ($1.65 fav.).