GREGORY Hickman was the man of the moment during Friday's eight-race meet at the Archer Racecourse.
The Warwick Farm-based trainer claimed two race victories at the soft five track.
His first came in the 1100 metre class one handicap with Our Bellagio Miss.
Riden by Ms Kathy O'Hara, the duo won by 3.5 lengths from Robert and Luke Price's Giordano and Tara and Philippe Vigouroux's Black Star Bowie.
He then backed it up two races later with Moetta in the 1100 metre maiden plate.
Jockey Keagan Latham and the three-year-old filly edged out Gary Portelli's Cathay and Gabrielle Englebrecht's Mezzaluna for line honours.
The other individual to chalk up multiple wins on the day was jockey O'Hara, who rounded out her strong showing with a win in the 1600 metre benchmark 66 handicap with Jason Coyle's Malthouse.
The day's racing started with a bang when Peter Korn's Byblos Boy powered to victory in the 1100 metre benchmark 58 handicap - with Garry Neale's Deterge finishing in second.
Doug Gorell's Onthetake won the 1100 metre benchmark 58 handicap from David Kelley's Strapping Conquest and Scott Collings' Turfeze.
Tommy Wong's Jin Chi Phantom won the tight 1400 metre benchmark 58 handicap by 0.5 lengths from Ron Weston and John Nisbet's Maddie's The Boss - with Dennis D'Arcy's Grand Awakening third.
Stephen O'Halloran's Riot Act proved too strong in the 1400 metre maiden plate, beating its closest competitor (Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott's Cicero Field) by three lengths.
The final winner of the day was David Pfieffer, who's Duchess Adele took out the 1600 metre class one maiden plate.
Terry Robinson's Lord Desanimaux and Jason Coyle's Enduring Light finished second and third respectively.