Amanda Ginn enjoyed two quinellas at Kennerson Park on Monday.
The Cudal trainer chalked up her first one-two finish with Maximum Rhonda ($3.20) and Winlock Evie ($2.30) in the Bathurst RSL Club 4th/5th grade race.
Ginn's pair both cracked the 18-second mark in edging Raymond Stevenson's See Me Now ($61), who ran third at long odds during Monday night's meeting.
And then again, two of the veteran trainer's dogs later headed the field in the Ladbrokes Easy Form 5th grade race, with Showdown ($4.20) and Shaye ($4.40) proving the bookies on the money with a strong finish in a hot race at the back of the 10-race program.
Ginn's double-double highlighted the weekly meeting, while trainer Michelle McGrath won her first race as a trainer after just two starts.
McGrath has been involved in the greyhound industry for a number of years through her husband Jeremy - also a trainer - but on Monday it was her chance to shine, as three-year-old dog Tom's The Man raced home for victory at Kennerson Park for her first ever win, the impressive dog edging Molong trainer Peter Parker's chance Bad Monday ($7) to the line.
"It's super exciting," she said after the race.
"This is my first ever dog and this is only his second ever start for me. I'm super happy."
"My husband has been in the sport for years, so I decided why not join in and have a go myself."
Nitro Boom ($3.40) and Mulberry Meg ($19) got away to the best start to take first and second in the first section of the GBOTA Welcome 0-1 Win (450 metres), before a slight collision halted their momentum, allowing Tom's The Man to come up the inside to snatch the lead.
In other races on Monday, Forbes' Raymond Smith took out line honours in race two with Daisy's Boy.
Lidsdale's Paul Steedman won race three with Millie May, Fernando Alonso won race five for Llandilo trainer Ricky Brewer, Orange's James Bridge enjoyed success in race six with Zulu Smoke, Woodstock's Darren Wort took out race eight with Set To Rule and, wrapping up the meet, Brewer enjoyed his second and third wins of the night with Fernando's Charm in race nine and then Snipes in race 10.
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