FORMER Nowra trainers Robert and Luke Price used their knowledge of the Archer Racecourse to full effect on Tuesday, as they chalked up another race victory.
The father and son's Tearaway Charlie cruised to victory in the 1400 metre benchmark 50 handicap on Tuesday - at the Shoalhaven City Turf Club's Melbourne Cup day race meet.
Ridden by Tusuke Ichikawa, the six-ear-old gelding won by two lengths from Craig Weeding's Bell Serenade and Dennis D'Arcy's Grand Awakening.
Each of the five races was won by a different trainer but that was not the case with the jockeys, as Quayde Krogh claimed line honours twice.
His first came in the 1000 metre benchmark 50 handicap with Warren Ganderton's Sanctuary Cove, before backing it up the very next race (1200 metre maiden plate) with Frank Walden's Better Not Rain.
The other two races on the day were won by Cheryl Roberts' Rockets 'n' Roses (1000 metre maiden plate) and Gregory Hickman's Chapelis (1600 metre maiden plate).