CAPEL reinsman Aiden De Campo had a treble win at the Collie Harness Racing meeting last Sunday.
He won with horses Bolshevic, Goldenoro and Three Deep Pockets and finished second behind Telham Lane.
This puts him into a commanding position to win the Ray Aramini Memorial Reinsperson of the Year Award and the Brian and Cally Ellis Claiming Junior Driver Award.
Hayden Charles settled the Peter Strike-trained Royal Indigo midfield before unleashing a powerful finish to just catch the favourite Atomic Silk who had raced in the breeze for Leo and Karen Wallrodt before going to the front at the top of the straight, just getting caught in the Mick Murray MLA Handicap.
The Halifax Crane Hire Pace had the Wayne Justins trained Three Deep Pockets on the fence behind the leader before reinsman Aiden DeCampo pulled him out with 400 metres to go when he won by 19 metres from Bratski and Donovan Bromac.
The meeting opened with the Collie Mowers 'n' More Pace where Skyline Trail led just about all the way to win as a $5.20 shot.
Leo and Cody Wallrodt fought out for the placings with father getting his own charge The Noble Roman home ahead of his son's drive Lynnes Cullen for mother Karen.
Aiden DeCampo's winner Bolshevic gave a strong performance in the National Lubrications Systems Handicap when he sat in the breeze for the entire 2400 metre journey before a 3m win from McInanga and Celtic Crusader.
In the fast SportFirst Collie pace the winner Thirtyeightspecial rated 2.04.4 for the 2050 metres. This was less than a second outside the track record. He was an impressive $3 favourite, leading the way for junior reinsman Dean Miller and Stephen Reed.
Telham Lane ran second with The Kings Daughter third.
The John Martin Memorial Final saw General Naseem overcome his 40m handicap for trainer reinsman Shane Young and blouse out Sir Jasper in the shadows of the post. He started a short priced favourite at $2.70 with local Lost Gold running another placing for Cody and Leo Wallrodt.
A small field faced the starter for the main event, the Pilatti Transport Collie River Valley Cup. The owners of $4.20 chance Goldenoro were thrilled to have their horse rugged after the event defeating France Jazzman and Courageous Ned.
The final event was won by $1.40 favourite Lampard for Shane Young and Stephen Reed.
The current leader in the Wight and Emmett Horse of the Year and the Golden West Tyres Trainer of the Year Awards will no doubt be back in two weeks' time.