Two entries, a win and a third.
They were the statistics for Cowra trainer Paul Braddon following last Thursday's Dubbo greyhound meeting - figures followers of the Cowra trainer are getting used to this season.
Braddon opened his account when Arrie A Blaze started the $1.60 popular elect to defeat kennel mate Pip's Delight (Pam Braddon) in a quick 18.17 over 318 metres.
Paul Braddon's other entry, the well performed Rich History started race favourite at $2.50 in an open grade at the meeting but had to be content with third behind the Wes McDonald trained Fernando Fusion with Pacey Bale (Robert Ingram) in second place.
The pressure's off owner Adam Gambrill to sell more houses this week after his dog of that name saluted at Friday's Bathurst meeting for trainer Rod McDonald.
After a frustrating run of minor placing this campaign, Sell More Houses proved the punters were right in sending him out as a $2.50 favourite before going on to win by more than three lengths.
Dana Jojo gave McDonald a double for the meeting after taking out the program's final event while Woodstock trainer Darren Wort continued his good recent form when Durama Dancer returned to the winner's list.