FORMER Nowra based trainers Robert and Luke Price had a successful meet at the Shoalhaven City Turf Club on Sunday, winning two of the seven races on the program.
The pair's first win of the day came in the 1200m class one handicap, where Shapur, jockeyed by Kathy O'Hara, won by 0.2 lengths from Natalie Jarvis' Heavenly Thunder and Joseph Pride's Maid in Milan.
Two races later, in the 1400m maiden plate, the Price's had their second win for the day, with Enrique Iglacier, ridden by Winona Costin, taking line honours.
The three-year-old gelding won by 2.3 lengths from Emma and Lucy Longmire's Scary Spice and Steven Wilson's Via Condotti.
These two wins continued the pair's strong partnership at the track, as they were presented with their 2017/18 trainer's premiership at the Shoalhaven City Turf Club on Sunday - marking the first time a father and son combination has ever taken home that crown.
Other 2017/18 club premierships awarded on Sunday included Kathy O'Hara (jockey), Brock Ryan (apprentice) and Zariz Alwyns (horse).
The day also saw five other trainers claim race victories at the Archer Racecourse, starting with Scott Singleton's Art of Defence, with Jay Ford on board.
The seven-year-old gelding won the 2200m benchmark 58 handicap by 1.3 lengths from Gewnda Markwell's Chilli Beauty and John Cooper's Coolaminyah Kid.
Jay Ford's second winning ride for the day came on Joseph Pride's A Room Somewhere in the 1100m maiden handicap, winning by one length from Matthew Smith's Joy and Mirth and Gwedna Markwell's You're Joking.
The 1400m benchmark 58 handicap was won by Gary Portelli's Compactor, ridden by Mitchell Bell, by 0.2 lengths - edging our Terry Robinson's Louis' Choice and Rick Worthington's Snitzagirl for line honours.
The final two races of the day were won by David Pfieffer's Kid Galahad and Matthew Smith's Moralist respectively.
Kid Galahad, jockeyed by Jean Van Overmeire, won the 1100m maiden handicap by 0.2 lengths from Jamie Stewart's Izzy Looking Good and Richard Butler's Bijalee, while Moralist, with Shaun Guymer on board, took out the 1100m benchmark 66 handicap ahead of Richard Butler's Dansu and Bjorn Baker's Norton.