Short priced favourites collected most of the races at the Warragul trots on Monday afternoon.
Four of the winners started "odds-on" with TAB punters, and another two tote elects also scored on the eight race card.
Husband and wife Andy andtook honours with a double, courtesy of Glenferrie Affair and Western Rockstar, which both won easily.
Pakenham horseman Tony Mallia won the sixth race with the well-bred Broadway Avenue, which had finished last at its only other start at Kilmore in July. Broadway Avenue started at long odds in its win.
Champion reinsmanstitched up another Warragul drivers' premiership when Im Living The Dream took out the fifth race in fast time.
Members of the National Servicemen's Association were in attendance at the meeting, which helped boost crowd numbers.
Members of branches as far afield as Monash and the Mornington Peninsula enjoyed the Warragul Harness Racing Club's hospitality.
With Monday's meeting completing Warragul's racing season, the next trots program is not due at Logan Park until Monday, December 2.