Champion trainer Ben Yole made it 100 wins for the campaign at Hobart on Monday and has now reached the milestone for seven consecutive seasons.
Yole has been the leading trainer in Tasmania for some time and shows no signs of slowing down after landing a hat-trick of wins in the Anzac Day meeting.
Yole picked up five winners in Launceston on Sunday night and notched the century with another three the day after.
It has taken Yole three months and three weeks of the 2022 season to reach the milestone, but he was in Melbourne watching the AFL and left his brother Tim in charge of the stable in Hobart.
“It has been a lot of hard work by everyone, and I’m sure Ben will be proud of the achievement like we all are,” Tim told reporters.
Tee Jay Cee brought up the 100 with an impressive win in just his second start in Tasmania. He lead all the way from the front to score by 6.9m much to the delight of Yole.
“After his run last week in Launceston, we found he was a bit one-paced, so with the good barrier tonight, Bronte (Miller, driver) was able to hold the front, which suited him I reckon,”Tim added.
Ashleys Blue Chip and Don Heston were the other winners on the night for the Yole stable. And now Tim says it is only a matter of time before he goes in to training on his own.
“It is something that I have thought about, and it will happen at some stage, maybe within in the next 12-months, or whenever the time feels right,” he added.