Trainer Matthew Smith celebrated his first Group One win when Hurtle Myrtle stormed to victory in the Myer Classic at Flemington on Saturday.
The five-year-old eased in betting from $13 to $16 after drawing off the track but Damien Oliver gave her a superb ride from gate 13 to land the second leg of his own Group One double on Derby Day.
He had earlier won the Mackinnon Stakes on Glass Harmonium as he commemorated the ninth anniversary of the death of his jockey brother Jason.
Oliver has now ridden more than 90 Group One winners.
His last Group One before Saturday was on the ill-fated Cedarberg in The BMW at Rosehill on April 2.
Hurtle Myrtle settled in the second half of the field but was in a winning position coming to the home turn and beat off 2010 Myer winner Sacred Choice to score by 1-1/4 lengths with Dysph