IT WAS left in-form stallion Dubleo to put the icing on the cake in a captivating day of success for Vinery residents with three winners by three different sires within 90 minutes at the two New South Wales TAB meetings held today.

Danehill son Bel Danoro kicked of proceedings with Bel Edition scoring a 3-lens debut win by the $40,000 Inglis Classic Yearling Bel Edition who strolled home to score at his home track and Queanbeyan for Karuta Queen’s trainer Neville Layt.

Shortly after, Excites filly Stirring Emotion made it three wins from 8 starts when she carried 57kgs to win the Handicap (1280m) at Muswellbrook.

Two races later, Dubleo miss Double Halo scored a popular win for local trainer Luke Griffth claiming her second win at start number 9 despite racing wide.

“It’s been a fantastic day for those three stallions and it comes hot on the heels of Testa Rossa’s super Saturday where he sired another new stakeswinner (Testacscana) and the stakes placed duo of Red Colossus and Testa My Patience,” says Vinery’s Conor Phelan.

“Our success is being shared around the whole roster and that’s the most pleasing thing for us and our clients right as we are about to begin the breeding season.”