Blinkers on and a beautiful ride brought out the best in Sky Call on Friday as the reigning SDRA Country Championships winner claimed the $27,000 Stan Sadleir Stakes (1400m) at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club. Trained by Mitch Beer at Albury, Sky Call ($8) was taken to the front by jockey Jordan Mallyon and rated to perfection to win by two lengths from Black Wand ($6, trained by Kurt Goldman) and Chris Heywood's Delivered ($26). "She's been going terrific at home but her run in the Benalla Cup last Friday was a very average run," Beer said after his mare's first win since the SDRA qualifier in February. "She just hasn't been switching on. So I brought her home, put the shades on her, backed her up and it was good to see she's back to her best. "I was a bit nervous when she went to the front, she can get a bit keen. But 10 out of 10 ride from Jordan. He held her together and let her sprint at the right time." Beer said Sky Call will head for a spell and likely return to target the Albury and Wagga carnivals. Meanwhile, Wagga trainer Gary Colvin's exciting three-year-old Another One made it two wins from three starts when far too good in the Bidgee Pumps and Irrigation Class One (1200m). It was a popular win as Nick Heywood steered the $1.50 favourite into space in the straight and let him cruise to a comfortable win from Pay The Deeler ($12). Debbie Prest's Rewarded Princess was third at 150-1. "He's a nice horse and the form where he's been running is very good," Colvin said of Another One's first-up victory. "I just wanted to see how he went today. We might look at a Highway next." Another One ran second on debut on Wagga Town Plate day to Lions Roar, which ran second in the group one Spring Champion Stakes at Randwick this month. Colvin narrowly missed a double when Forever Newyork was second in the Riverina Signmakers Mad Scramble (1000m), unable to run down Kerry Weir's enigmatic Cattledog Cod. At $31 and having his first start in more than 14 months, the Tumut galloper won by half-a-length. It was the injury-prone seven-year-old's sixth win in 18 starts. Earlier, Cox Plate-winning trainers Ciaran Maher and David Eustace made it a successful hit and run mission to Wagga when Dambulla won over 3200m in the ReMax Elite Mountaineer Cup. In a rare and entertaining two mile race days out from the Melbourne Cup, Dambulla ($3) took the lead as they turned into the straight and then rallied late under jockey Blaike McDougall, rising to the challenge of a fast finishing Hello China (trained by Mick Smith) which came from last to almost first. Smith's other runner, $2 favourite Hilltop Hood, tailed off to a distant last. After missing the start by a couple of lengths, Hilltop Hood then powered ahead to lead the small field past the finish post the first time around but it was a different story a lap later.