It was an achievement that came so easy for reinsman Tom Ison - driving four winners at the Tamworth harness meeting on Thursday.
The 20-year-old was a standout when he won the first three events - for three different trainers - on the nine-race card!
Smooth Dakota was the first to kick off the juggernaut for Ison at the afternoon meeting, taking out the TAB App Pace.
The mare also opened her own winning account in taking out the 1609 metre race at her fifth career start, having resumed from a spell - with her last start being back in July 2018.
Ison was also impressed with his own winning success.
"That was win 103 for me now, so it's good," added Ison on returning to scale with Smooth Dakota.
"I took them on at the start and then we got the one-by-one sit, that really helped in the end. Barry (Matterson) does a good job with the horses as well."
Smooth Dakota commenced from the three barrier, with Ison sending the mare forward to take on race leader Capital Cullet (Chris Shepherdson) and was more than happy to surrender his racing position to Coppice (Scotty Welsh) to be then placed in the one-by-one racing position.
Rounding the final turn, Ison guided Smooth Dakota to a narrow winning margin of a neck over At Random, from the Lola Weidemann stables, who was also finishing the race off strong.
Narrabri pacer Capital Cullect was a further 2.4 metres away in third place.
Always a Lexus made it back-to-back wins for Ison in taking out the following event - the John and Janelle Veness Appreciation Ladyship Pace.
"I got an early double so that's good," stated Ison after the win. "This is my third drive on the horse and second win. Greg (Coney) has stayed loyal and kept me on so I am thankful for that."
With Tralee Chic (Anthony Varga), from the Ernie Mabbott, stables taking the lead, Always A Lexus matched it with Tralee Chic stride for stride in the 1609m, until the pair turned into the home straight on the final occasion.
"I thought the way she (Always A Lexus) went last week she was racing comfortable and with the shorter trip today (Thursday), Greg thought she was a fair chance and she did it easy in the end," Ison said.
Always A Lexus certainly enjoyed the drop back in race distance after the previous win, also at Tamworth, being contested over 1980 metres.
"It was a good time too" added Ison of the mile rate of 2.00.2 for the 1609 metres.
At that stage after driving the first two winner's Ison was optimistic in regards to his future engagements at the meeting.
"I don't think the rest of the day can get any better than driving two winners but we will be still trying and getting more than the two winners hopefully"
Maybe Tom Ison should have looked into that crystal ball!
The third race on the program - the Carpet One Pace saw Ison then conquer the field with his win behind the Roy Roots Jnr trained Bailees Girl.
"Three is a row and it doesn't get any better" smirked Ison.
After drawing the one barrier Ison made full use of the racing position with Bailees Girl along with his pre-race decision.
"We had the draw to sit the leaders back and be handy and she (Bailees Girl) is a nice little sit and sprint mare - it all worked out in her favour which was good" added Ison.
Ison used his race strategy to pull back at the start and allow Ghost Gum, from the Weidemann stables, to head up the nine-horse field, with Commanche (Scotty Welsh) racing out in the breeze.
"The first quarter (32.7 seconds) was easy which was good," Ison said. "It got the mare on the bit as well as a breather and she travelled well after that and we were good enough to get out at the right time."
Ison pulled Bailees Girl three wide on the final turn to come away for a 3.4m win over Commanche, with Sand Safari (Jamie Donovan) 1.5m away in third place.
The final race on the card saw Ison then notch his 106th win, and the fourth winning drive on the program, in taking out the Lounges Plus-Furniture and Bedding Pace with the Jarred Hetherington-trained Lexy Can Wait.
Lexy Can Wait held a half-head win over Kudos Bert (Dan Morgan), with Ballator Thor (Madi Young) 11 metres away in third place. The mile rate was one minute 59 seconds for the 1609m.