Jockey Misty Bazeley has surged to a clear lead in Kalgoorlie premiership honours following a quartet of winners on Sunday.
Bazeley, who advanced her tally to 17 wins for the season, leads by six from leading apprentice Felicity Ives.
Bazeley dominated the six event card and got off to a flyer when she expertly rated In The Mood for her husband, Aaron, in race one.
She then combined with trainer Dean Nazzari to score on Joyeux and the returning speedster Hiatus, again rated in front.
Bazeley ended her red-letter day with victory aboard Black Tycoon who arrived with a well-timed run from near last.
Black Tycoon, prepared by young trainer Trent Brown, edged out Morsecodian by a long neck with Zuboyne third.
Race favourite Big Josh had his colours lowered for the first time this preparation and was placed fifth, 4 ¼ lengths from Black Tycoon.
Peter Fernie maintained top position in the trainer’s premiership when Bet On Faith led from barrier-to-post in the last.
Fernie, on 19 season wins, leads by two but the gap has narrowed following Nazzari’s double.
Fernie almost pulled off a terrific city win at Belmont on Saturday when the returning Wookah ran a gallant third behind the fast-finishing November Red.
Wookah, at his first run back since taking out the Provincial Championship Series earlier in May, was trapped wide the entire trip.