In-form trainer-reinsman Dylan Egerton-Green saw his hot streak continue on Friday night when he picked up a winning double at Gloucester Park.
Egerton-Green went into the meeting on the back of five winners from five drives at Pinjarra on the Monday and followed that up with a brace a few days later.
Glenledi Chief and Typhoon Banner did the damage on this occasion with the latter taking out the Broken Hill Hotel Pace in impressive style.
Typhoon Breeze finished strongly and burst to the front of the race in the final 70 metres to beat Heez Our Perseus.
It was a small field of five that included the hot fancies Beat City and Ideal Agent, but Typhoon Banner had the beating of both of them. Much to the delight of Egerton-Green who has high hopes for his charge.
The rich Fremantle and WA Pacing Cups next summer look to be target.
“It’s tricky in small fields,” said Egerton-Green. “You’ve just got to get the right run and things worked out well for me tonight. Typhoon Banner keeps ticking the boxes and doing what he has to do. He has had a bit of luck in a few of his races.
“But he has a good turn of foot, and hopefully he keeps improving. It is not beyond the realms of possibility that he develops into a Cups horse next summer. He is getting better with every campaign. His major strength is that he is pretty fast.”