I Wanna Be A Jeep's liking for tight tracks has propelled the five-year-old gelding to his second cup success this season, after he claimed Sunday's $32,000 Guyra Cup (1400m) at Armidale.
Trained by Port Macquarie-based Jenny Graham and ridden by Ben Looker, the Walcha Cup winner beat the favourite, the Melanie O'Gorman-trained Beauty Best (Kirk Matheson) by more than two lengths - with Pippi's Pride (Cejay Graham) third.
The win - the sixth in 26 starts for I Wanna Be A Jeep - was worth $16,200, taking his career prize money to more $126,000.
"He basically likes those shorter, little turning sort of tracks ... he has been going very well," Graham said, adding: "He sort of kicked on the turn and kicked away nicely, actually."
I Wanna Be A Jeep paid $8.50 for the win.
Looker also steered the horse to the Walcha Cup win in February. Graham praised the hoop for his ride on Sunday, when he "kicked forward" to take the lead.
Meanwhile, the Peter Sinclair-trained gelding Oh Why (Grace Willoughby) won Saturday's $9,000 Warialda Cup (1400m) in a four-horse field.
Clipaholic (Geoffrey Snowden) and The Equinator (Michael Squires) were second and third.
Oh Why - the winner of his past three races and the favourite for the Warialda Cup, paid $1.50 for Saturday's triumph.
The winning margin was just under two lengths.