Caulfield Cup-winning jockey Cory Parish and the unstoppable Jamie Kah landed doubles at Gawler last Sunday.
Team Hayes, Ryan Balfour and John Hickmott were also to the fore, with a pair of winners each.
Parish won aboard two-year-old Tadween (over 1104 metres) and Devilishly, who raced on the pace to score over 1504 metres.
Bris Vegas won a three-year-old handicap over 1204 metres for Balfour and Kah.
Bris Vegas led all the way, with Balfour saying later he believed the gelding could have a bright future.
Balfour and Kah landed their second winner when the favourite Trupt came from a midfield position to over 1204 metres.
Gawler glory for Raquel
Apprentice Raquel Clark kept up the good work by the younger brigade when she joined forces with Murray Bridge horseman John Hickmott in the win of France’s Boy at Gawler.
That gave Hickmott the first of a running double. His second victory came through Scratchy Lass, ridden by Sairyn Fawke.
Chan impresses again
Apprentice Alfred Chan, who has created a big impression since joining the Lloyd Kennewell stable, nabbed a nice win on Bertwhistle, for trainer Darryl Dodson.
Dodson made it two wins in 24 hours when Miss Julia, ridden by Declan Bates, scored over 1200 metres at Naracoorte on Monday.
One for the ‘veterans’
Paul Gatt was one of only two senior riders to win a race at Gawler last Sunday.
He scored aboard Clinton McDonald’s Danuki.