Overflow Beau gave his owners Jean and Ray Holt their first group race success in over 40 years in the sport when he took out Thursday night's $30,000 to the winner Rising Stars Final at Albion Park.
Trained in Sydney by Craig Chappelow, Overflow Beau followed last month's slick 29.75 and 29.65 Wentworth Park wins with victory in a heat of the Rising Stars before overcoming a slow start to win the 520m final in 29.92, best time of the meeting.
"But I'm leaning toward the Melbourne race because I'm a believer in tackling age-restricted races with young dogs.''
Overflow Beau's part-owner Jean Holt said: "Craig has done a wonderful job with this dog and he is not afraid to travel.
"When training dogs got to be too much for Ray, who is 81, to handle, we asked Craig to become our trainer and we are so glad we did, not only due to his ability in that department but also because he is a wonderful young man.''
"She led Zipping Megatron for a long way and although he finished up running her down and beating her nearly six lengths into second place, she was always going to be improved a hell of a lot by that run.
"It was her first race in two months but she pulled up well, then got smashed at the start when fourth at her next start at Wentworth Park eight days later before winning so well tonight.''
Miss Zig Zag, a daughter of Fernando Bale, has brood bitch potential as while her dam Classy Aria won only three races, she is the daughter of Harry Markou's former dashing speedster Classy Love, winner of the 2012 Nowra Puppy Classic.
Syd Swain commented: "If I trialed them 'two out' Kangaroo Jack would beat Miss Zig Zag but the difference between them is she is a real little race dog while he has the talent but not her good habits.''