THE region's trainers have enjoyed several successes at Moree's Sunday race meeting.
Tamworth's Jane Clement began the winning run by taking out the second event of the day with House Wins.
Winning by more than half a length from Yours Truthfully in second, the result was House Wins' fourth-career win from 36 starts.
Glen Innes trainer Paddy Cunningham continued the success in race three as Too Hard To Call broke through for a maiden victory.
Cunnigham said the decision to race the four-year-old in the 950-metre event, instead of trialling, paid dividends.
"She showed plenty of speed and we just thought we may as well try her in a short one," Cunningham told Sky Racing's Thoroughbred Central.
"I think the previous owners wanted her to cover a bit of ground, but she has just shown me that she has got plenty of speed.
"It costs you a few hundred dollars to trial them, you need to go around anyway so we thought why not just race."
Clement went on to make it two wins for the day, after Desert Marshal took out the fourth race.
Mikayla Weir then went on to make it four winners from five races by guiding Sue Grills' Olivia's Girl home to victory in race five.
Weir said she enjoyed her rare run of fortune.
"It's actually the first time I've ridden four winners in a day," Weir said.
"We thought the 950 metres might have been a bit short for her, but she did it really well.
"She's a beautiful mare and that was a really enjoyable ride."