Adrian Layt didn’t put a foot wrong on Deladies Boy as he sealed a Peter and Paul Snowden treble at Kembla Grange.
Layt never went around a horse in a ten out of ten ride which saw the Snowdens’ colt beat Chris Waller's Eight Over by 1-3/4 lenghts in the Chris Waller Maiden Plate (1600m).
“He went lovely and hit the line nice,” Layt said.
“I was pretty confident on the rail. I got a good run through there so it was never an issues there.”
Layt elected to go back and found the fence at Deladies Boys first visit to the races on Saturday.
He enjoyed a charmed passage when the run opened up at the top of the straight.
Layt found the front early in the straight and quickly put a gap on Eight Over, with Robert Pearse’s One Of A Kind running on for third.
Layt felt Deladies Boy could continue to step up in grade after the win.
“I think he will get away with a midweek now and maybe step up to a Saturday,” he said.
Deladies Boy was the Snowdens’ third winner of the day after Island Missile and Molten had already saluted for the top Sydney stable.
Koby Jennings also produced a perfect ride along the inside for Island Missile to edge out Mick Tubman's Dashley Dubh in the Marco Polo Aged Care Services Class 1 Handicap (1400m).
“He is a going through his grades and is doing it really well,” Jennings said.
“I think eventually he will progress to city class but he is still a bit new with the blinkers.”