Adding extra meaning to the victory, Cargill also leases the gelding from Bathurst couple Brian and Fay Frisby.
A terrific achievement so early in her career, we may get to see many more winners from Amy Cargill if the rapid-fire start is anything to by.
Overall, it was a successful day for Queensland-based trainers at Armidale, with Dayl March also bringing home a double from the meeting.
Clintal Do was a dominant winner of the Armidale Cup, the seven-year-old gelding competing in the race for the third time.
The victory was his second in the race with only his stablemate Our Major Day who scored a narrow victory in the 2019 edition preventing Clintal Do from having three victories in the race.
Dayl March made it a training and driving double on the day when successful aboard Artful Maid in the last race on the card.
The latest Trot Rods series has wrapped up with Adam Crocker taking home the fastest time along with the $10,000 cash bonus and Otto Tuza float with his victory.
Although not competing in the big 10-race finale night, four-year-old Adam Crocker had the time on the board from heat nine, and the 63.8-second run proved out of reach.
Of the 10 races held on the final night, four-year-olds were the dominant age.
Six of the 10 races were claimed by four-year-olds; those winners being Teachers Pet, Sir Bulski, Pago Pago, Yep Got Chooks, Virgil, and Aqua Sancta.
However, proving the winners could come from any age, three-year-old filly Kendys Butterfly claimed victory, as did a pair of veterans.
Nine-year-old Donny Jones led throughout to claim heat 16, while not to be out-done, one race later the 10-year-old Barkway Arnold was able to swoop home to score.