Relaxed And Happy has earned bragging rights in the Chris Waller stable with his victory at Rosehill on Saturday bringing up a milestone 150 wins for the trainer and his 200th overall this season.
Earlier in the day, Clever Boy won at Newcastle to set things up for Relaxed And Happy who led all the way in the Freshworld Handicap (1200m).
There was no time for Waller to rest on his laurels with runners at three venues keeping him busy as he powers to a third Sydney premiership and the record of 156.
"I try to place the horses where they can win," Waller said.
"That's my job. I can't change much but just keep trying to win money for the owners."
It was the fourth win from nine starts for Relaxed And Happy, an Exceed and Excel three-year-old out of stakes winner Regal Kiss.
Waller recently opened a Melbourne stable to complement his large Rosehill operation and to help separate his horses so they are not always running against each other.
But it is unavoidable and Waller makes no apologies for dominating the fields.
"Third and fourth prize money pays the bills," he said.
"Second prize money is outstanding and first pays the for the training for a year.
"I could leave them at home but then I'm not doing my job for the owners."