Jackson Painting enjoyed his most successful night since returning to racing with a treble at Leeton on Saturday night.
Painting and his uncle David Kennedy combined for three of the first four winners.
Late Night Date and Shanks For Coming were able to dictate from the front while Bustn Feelz Good was forced to do it tougher, but still managed to hold on for victory.
Painting then backed it up at Riverina Paceway on Sunday, taking out the opening race with Luckie.
The Gary Gardner-trained gelding dominated his rivals, scoring a 8.1 metre win.
It was his third win in 13 starts after first winning on debut in November.
Eight individual trainers and eight drivers tasted success at Wagga.
Blaster Ranger made it a hat-trick of wins for Junee trainer-driver Matthew Harris after he was able to lead all the way after his sixth career victory.
Cameron Hart also tasted success after venturing down from Sydney steering Western Secret to a 27.8-metre win for his uncle Trevor White.