Guided to victory at his first start by Jye McNeil,Generation , a Snitzel colt, led all the way.
Trainer Ryan Balfour kept his good run going when the five-year-old gelding Canford took out the 2500 metre second race.
Coming off a last start third the Karl Zechner guided Canford came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages.
Murray Bridge trainer Sam Burford was well pleased with the win of Brimarvi Vehero in the 1050 metre third race.
Ridden by Dom Tourneur, Brimarvi Vehero settled fourth, moved up to second on the home turn and went on to win.
Ryan Balfour landed his second winner for the afternoon when Echo Boomer took out the 1600 metre fourth race.
Having the services of Todd Pannell Echo boomer was in a good position throughout the event and brought up his third win from twenty-two starts.
Todd Pannell brought up a running double when he steered Surreal Image to victory in the 1600 metre fifth race.
Being under the care of Kevin Corstens at Cranbourne Surreal Image led all he way.
The Maher/Eustace stable landed its second winner for the day when Muntaseera took out the listed Redelva Stakes which was run over 1100 metres.
Guided to victory by last year's Melbourne Cup winning jockey Jye McNeil, Muntaseera came from well back with a strong run over the concluding stages to give McNeil a double.
Tychee Goddess entered the black type club when she won her second race from nine starts in the Group 3 Auraria Stakes which was run over 1800 metres.
Prepared at Cranbourne by the training combination of Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young the Tom Stockdale ridden Tychee Goddess came from a midfield position with a withering run late in the event.
The father and daughter combination of Richard and Chantelle Jolly was victorious when Kemalpasa won the Group 3 R N Irwin Stakes which was run over 1100 metres.
Coming off a last start third the Jake Toeroek guided Kemalpasa led all the way.
Jye McNeil finished off the day in good style when Deep Dive gave him his third win for the day in the 1200 metre final event.
Trained by Anthony and Sam Freedman at Flemington Deep Dive was another winner to lead all the way.