Bringing up her second win from as many starts the Jake Toeroek guided Aitch Two Oh led all the way.
The Flemington stable of Anthony and Sam Freedman continued their dream rub in Adelaide when Office Jim won the 1250 metre second race.
Guided to a good win by Dean Holland Office Jim was off the pace before gaining a slim winning margin.
The Jolly family were in the winning mode again when the Peter Jolly trained Sanblas took out the 1950 metre third race.
A last start Murray Bridge winner the Campbell Rawiller ridden Sanblas came from a rearward position early in the event to be well placed.
Apprentice Campbell Rawiller brought up a running double when he guided Aston Rapova to a win in the 1000 metre fourth race.
Resuming from a spell the Wayne Francis and Glen Kent trained Aston Rapova came from a midfield position with a sharp run late in the event.
Harleymoven could have many more wins ahead the way he took out the 1550 metre fifth race.
Having the services of Ryan Hurdle the Daniel Clarken an Oopy MacGillivray prepared Harleymoven settled rearward before coming with a withering run from the top of the straight.
Another Award proved that she could be a force in the Adelaide Autumn Carnival when she took out the 1200 metre sixth race which was run on the main track.
Having the services of Jessica Eaton the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas prepared Another Award came from the rear of the field to power home and win.
Mac 'N' Cheese proved she could be a big threat in the 2000 metre Group 1 Australasian Oaks after she won the listed 1600 metre Clare Lindop Stakes which was run on the main track.
Being under the care of Tony and Calvin McEvoy and bringing up her second successive win the Barend Vorster ridden Mac 'N' Cheese came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the event.
Coming off a last start seventh Café Rizu gave trainer will Clarken a win in the 1550 metre eighth race.
Guided to victory by apprentice Ben Price Café Rizu came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the race.
Richard and Chantelle Jolly brought up their second winner for the day and the bookends for the meeting when Impossible Action took out the 1400 metre final event.
Resuming from a spell the Jake Toeroek ridden Impossible Action came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.