Tim McCarthy has dominated the Gladstone Campdraft after he picked up three wins on the weekend.
The Kempsey resident finished in first place in the Open Draft, Maiden Draft and Novice Draft to complete the most successful weekend of his 34-year career.
The 43-year-old admits the feat he accomplished was quite rare but remained humble when discussing his achievements.
"I was pretty lucky, I was able to pick out the right steer at the right time," McCarthy told the Argus.
"I also have a good team of horses at the moment."
McCarthy entered the final in first position in the Maiden, equal first in the Open and was in second in the Novice, after strong performances in round one.
The top 10 per cent of riders then qualify for the final, where McCarthy showcased his skill and class to claim the titles in all three divisions.
"I was very excited and happy for it to happen," McCarthy said of his victories.
"I normally don't have much luck at my hometown event because there's so much organising going on that I don't get a chance to concentrate properly on the competition."
McCarthy, who has introduced his two kids to the sport he began competing in as a nine-year-old, said the Gladstone Campdraft ran smoothly on the weekend.
"Everything ran well, there was a lot of competitors and more than 1200 runs over the three days," he said.
The Gladstone Campdraft ran from Saturday October 5 to Monday October 7.
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