MOREE trainer Peter Sinclair has finished with a career-best five winners, at the eight-race TAB meeting at Moree on Friday.
He achieved the feat when Master Cramsie led all the way to win the final race.
Earlier, he had wins with Mymill, Elle Valentina, Samphire Hoe and Happens Nomore - all ridden by Tamworth-based Brooke Stower. The four wins were also a first for her.
Sinclair had 12 runners at the meeting, and pre-race he had predicted all were decent each-way chances.
"Pete's got his horses firing," Stower said after Samphire Hoe won race two, the $22,000 Victoria Hotel Moree Maiden Plate (1300m).
She had earlier piloted Elle Valentina to victory in the $22,000 Post Office Hotel Moree Maiden Handicap (950m).
Sinclair and Stower kept the winning run flowing when they combined to win race three, the $22,000 Pally Pub CG&E Class 2 Handicap (1300m), with Happens Nomore.
For Sinclair, Happens Nomore's win was good but he was more delighted by the improvement of Mister McRae, which he also trains and which finished second in the race - beaten by just under two lengths.
"Good to see Mister McRae runs a good race," he said. "He's the most promising horse in the stable - just can't get him to produce."
Stower was "stoked" to ride four winners.
Her final win was aboard Mymill in the $22,000 Royal Hotel Motel Moree Fillies & Mares Class 2 Handicap (1300m).
The former Queensland jockey, who moved to Tamworth earlier this year, has shot up into outright third on the Hunter and North West Racing Association jockey's premiership, with 12 wins.
She trails Aaron Bullock (25 wins) and Greg Ryan (14).
Lewis' win aboard Master Cramsie was her second for day. She had earlier ridden Bullseye Score to victory in race six, the $22,000 Tattersalls Hotel Narrabri Class 3 Handicap (950m).
"He didn't have much luck at Coonamble the other day," Lewis said of Master Cramsie. "Today he rolled along in front and kept going. Got it all his own way, beautiful to ride."
She now has 18th wins for the season.