Jane Clement's November purple patch continued over the weekend with a flurry of wins and placings.
The Bendemeer trainer kicked off her weekend with a pair of wins at Grafton before bagging two thirds at Inverell on Saturday.
The results brought her win strike rate to the month to 29.4 per cent and her place rate to 47 per cent.
The victories at Grafton came through Red Beryl in the Fidelity Capital Feed 'N' Win Class 3 Handicap (1400m) and Kacper Boy in the CRJC Christmas Race Day 28 November Benchmark 58 Handicap (2350m).
Kacper Boy made all his own luck in the staying race as jockey Madeline Owen ensured there was no hiccups when he roared home to win.
It was his seventh win and took his prizemoney up to near $185,000.
Clement bought Kacper Boy as a yearling and nurtured the now six-year-old son of Arlington all the way.
"Madi rode him beautifully," Clement told Sky Thoroughbred Central.
"His work at home has been unreal."
Clement is based at Bendemeer but is officially domiciled at Armidale and was giving her favourite horse his 54th start on Friday.
"I've been really happy with him," she said.
"He deserved that."
Meanwhile, Ben Looker found a run along the fence with Red Beryl who produced late to snatch the victory.
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