Inverell trainer Wayne Oakenfull soared to a Glen Innes Cup triumph when his gelding, Puzzling Wonder, demolished the competition.
Despite the soggy conditions, the track still rated a firm 2 and the eight-year-old gelding surged home in the Wayne Williams Electrical Cup race to beat Collarenebri trainer Kelly Smith's Ayham to the line by nearly four lengths.
Glen Innes trainer Paddy Cunningham also found himself in the winnings when Jodi Worley guided Too Hard Too Call home for the win in the final race of the day.
The four-year-old mare, owned by a group of Glen Innes locals, stormed home by more than two lengths to take the prizemoney in Parsons Carriers/ Deluxe Laundry Benchmark 58 Handicap over 1200 metres.
Stablemate Mini Me also scored second place in the opening race - Justin Powers Construction/ Glenco Graziers' Maiden Handicap over 1000m - with Inverell trainer Luke Berger's Cathvalanna getting the win.
It was a successful trip from Texas for Rod Hilton when New Alliance took out the Attenborough Fertilisers/ Lockyer Family Benchmark 66 Handicap with Guyra's Terry Vidler taking second with Victory Vibes.
Moree trainer Nathan Sinclair scraped home with True Bell winning the Professional's Maiden Handicap over 1400m. Fellow Moree trainer Peter Sinclair took out first and second in the Glen Innes Services Club Class 2 Plate with Elavada beating Queen's Song.