Christian Reith has enjoyed a successful day out, combining with Godolphin for a pair of victories before riding a third winner at Kembla Grange on Saturday.
The program started with Quatenus saluting in the opener before the jockey rode Viscacha to victory in a 1200 metres class one.
Reith then returned to secure a win on board Jason Coyle's Dream Maiden in the last, a 2000m benchmark 64.
Viscacha's victory was his first since relocating to the stable's Sydney base and Godolphin representative Steven Thomson was pleased to see the horse breakthrough after knocking on the door in Victoria.
"It was a good win," Thomson said. "We've just had him for a week, he's come up from Melbourne. He's been running very consistent races down in Melbourne without winning lately.
"We came here quite confident, Damien (Oliver) commented last start that over 1200, if he draws a gate, he'll be very competitive. That's what he got today."
Thomson was also optimistic Quatenus would secure a maiden victory, the three-year-old prevailing in her second start.
The Exceed and Excel filly ran down early leader and favourite Mareeba, with the stable likely to step her up beyond the 1000m in her next start.
"She was run off her feet a little bit early from the favourite," Thomson said. "Christian said she relaxed too well for 1000m, so she's looking for a step up to 1200 now."