The party following Jagged Edge's stakes win a day earlier just kept rolling on when Kendrick Racing won the first three races on the card at the Sunday Sunshine Coast meeting.
Two of the winners - Masstoo and Eric The Eel - were ridden by Jagged Edge's jockey James Orman.
Luke Tarrant was aboard the other winner Embattled, which bolted in by more than five lengths.
Likely stayer-in-the-making Masstoo ($5.50) broke through in a Maiden Plate (1800m), winning by one-and-a-half lengths.
"He has always shown ability but it has taken a gelding operation and time for him to mature,'' Kendrick said.,
"His owners have been very patient and hopefully he can reward them as he steps up in distance,'' he said.
"It was a promising win against the older horse over 1800m. He should stay."
Embattled ($6) gave nothing else a look in, leading all the way to win a QTIS Maiden Plate (1000m).
He bounced back from his last start when he was a beaten favourite at Ipswich over 1200m, winning emphatically by five-and-a-quarter lengths.
"He was ridden perfectly by Luke Tarrant,'' said Kendrick.
"He is a free running speed horse and Luke rode him that way,'' he said.
"The horse had been running very well without winning. He really showed what he's capable of today."
Eric The Eel ($3.80) also bounced back after struggling in better grade on a wet track in town last start.
He was ridden perfectly by Orman, sitting just off the pace before arriving with a well-timed win to take out a QTIS 2YO (1300m) at his third career start.
"He couldn't get going early last start on a very wet track at Doomben," Kendrick said.
"In saying that, he looked like he was going to get beaten 100m that day but once he balanced up he hit the line well, which was encouraging,'' he said.
"Back on the big track and a better surface today, he finished of the 1300m very well.
"He will be aimed at a couple of the features over the carnival.
"He was a bargain buy by one of the part-owners Neil Douglas and looks to be a promising stayer."