Llandilo trainer, Peter Lagogiane, claimed a staggering four victories with just five runners across the ten race card at Wentworth Park on Saturday night (May 11).  

The mammoth achievement had the young trainer lost for words at the end of the night, with the kennel claiming just under $20,000 in prizemoney for the night.  

The opening victory came in the Holty’s Birthday Classic with La Host picking up the lead through the catching pen, to runaway from Gazmick Jet and score by 5 ¼ lengths in 30.12.  

Two races later, honours in the James Le Huray 40th B’day Dash were taken by Dillinger, who recorded his first win since February.  

Lagogiane’s iron was quick to strike again taking out the sixth event on the card, with kennelmates Luck’s Changed and Pepper Kahn finishing one-two.  

The Bohemia Crystal Final winner, had done just as his name suggested for the Western Sydney based mentor, with Lagogiane’s rank outsider ($17.30) winning the race nine. 

Considered by Lagogiane to have been no real chance, Johan Kahn wasn’t going to let down the team, claiming a thrilling finish over Where’s Ryan in 30.59 in the penultimate event.   

A stunned Lagogiane was thrilled following the meeting, thanking all that support him. 

“I am not sure how many trainers have achieved this feat at Wentworth Park, but it has been an unbelievable night,” Lagogiane said.  

Lagogiane will now turn his attention to runners engaged at Richmond on Wednesday