The Randwick races on Melbourne Cup day proved to be a happy hunting ground for Trelawney Stud graduates.
The Stephen Marsh-trained Campari (O'Reilly x Lillet) was having the third start of her Australian campaign and was given a well-judged ride by Jason Collett to take out the Agency Real Estate BM70 (1400m).
Campari, who was purchased by Go Racing for $100,000 out of Trelawney's 2016 New Zealand Bloodstock draft, was ridden right off the speed and then burst home on the rail for an impressive win.
"We are just so delighted with how she is going," Go Racing's Albert Bosma said.
"Not only has she proved herself but also proved our approach of bringing her over (to Australia) to race through the grades. It's paying dividends for her owners."
Campari will now head to Rosehill on November 24 for a rating78 over 1500m.
Later in the day Danzie (Fastnet Rock x Zarzuela) scored his second win in a row when successful over the mile trip.
Trained by Bjorn Baker, Danzie was purchased by Boomer Bloodstock out of Trelawney's 2015 Inglis Easter draft and has now had four wins and six placings from 12 starts.
"One of the most consistent horses in my stable, he's never far off the money and it was nice to see him salute today for his owners," Baker tweeted.
Rounding off the Australian success was More Than Ever (More Than Ready x Danalaga) who also collected his second consecutive victory on Wednesday when winning at Kyneton on their feature day of the year.
The lightly raced four-year-old was having just his fourth start and was partnered by regular rider Luke Currie.
The Raffles Dancers-bred More Than Ever was purchased by trainer Tony McEvoy in partnership with Blue Sky Bloodstock out of Trelawney's 2016 Inglis Easter draft.