Jockey Jamie Mott has registered a perfect day at Mornington collecting four winners from his four rides.
Mott started Monday’s meeting riding the first three winners before waiting in the jockeys’ room for his final ride of the afternoon in the last race.
“I don’t think I’ve had four rides and all of them win on the day before,” Mott told broadcaster racing.com.
“I’ve had four winners on a day before but not all of them win like it’s happened today.”
Mott’s first two wins were in highweight flat races against jumps jockeys before Celeritate Regem claimed a 1000m maiden.
Cash For Diamonds brought up Mott’s quartet with trainer John McArdle describing the ride as “14 out 10”.
A fifth mount for Mott, Fabrication, was scratched because of a track downgrade.
Of the eight races on Monday’s card, seven were won by Mornington-trained horses with Celeritate Regem the only non-local winning for George Osborne.