A trio of horses from the Cody Morgan stables went to Rosehill on Saturday and all three produced pleasing efforts for the Tamworth trainer.
Brave Enough, Ice In Vancouver and Edit all brought home cheques with the former registering a victory in the TAB Highway Handicap (1200m).
Brave Enough scored the win thanks to a brilliant steer by Jenny Duggan while Ice In Vancouver finished fourth in the same race.
"She took some narrow gaps and it was a very good ride," Morgan said of Duggan.
Meanwhile, Edit finished ninth in the Classique Legend Stakes (1300m), a touch over five lengths off the winner Eduardo.
A top 10 finish was just what Morgan wanted from Edit who was up against some of Australia's best sprinters.
The five-year-old gelding also produced the quickest last 600 metres of the race, giving Morgan extra confidence in his lightly raced stable star.
"When you're 50 metres past the post and you're going past Masked Crusader... I'm very, very proud of him," Morgan said.
"He ran the quickest sectionals of the race against multimillionaire horses and just two starts ago he was racing at Tamworth. That was pretty impressive."
Morgan now has some other big races in his sights as Edit, who has had just nine starts, winds down this preparation.
'At this point, he'll either have one more [run] on Hunter Day [in Newcastle] or he'll just have a little break now," Morgan said.
"We'll set him for races like the Country Championships but more so, now that we've raced at that level, he'll probably be set for the Group 1 Stradbroke [Handicap] next year.
"That was the whole idea of running him at that level - to see where he fits in and when you're going across the line with Kementari and Masked Crusader it gives you the confidence to know he can be set for those races."
Saturday was Morgan's first time racing on Golden Eagle Day and to have all three of his horses put in good performances was the cherry on top for the trainer.
"It was just great to be down there competing on such a big day," Morgan said.
"There's a $7.5million race on the day. To be able to be down there and witness that just as a spectator, a racing enthusiast, it was really good."
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