It was a Boxing Day to remember for Albany trainer Roy Rogers, dominating on his home turf with five winners. Rogers won five of the seven races on offer at Percy Spencer Racecourse on Monday, linking up with comeback jockey Brayden Gaerth, who finished with a treble. Gaerth steered home the first three winners on the card, as he continues to impress since returning to race riding in early December. Kutsanya was a dominant maiden winner in race one before Gaerth and Rogers made it two from two when Snippagem won a thrilling finish to the Iron Jack Handicap (1600m). The hot combination made it three straight wins when God’s Moment proved too strong for her rivals over 1100m in race three. Trainer Sherylanne Dombrowski briefly halted the Rogers dominance when her consistent galloper Loki broke through in race four. Strathmore Rose then produced a sizzling display in the XXXX Handicap (1100m), leading from start to finish and winning by more than four lengths, with Beaux Banovic-Edwards in the saddle. Banovic-Edwards brought up her second winner and fifth for Rogers when Double Thumbs Up powered to victory at $15 in race six. Hip Wiggle, from the yard of Cliff Green, saluted in the final race, defeating the Rogers-trained Count The Sessions by 1.2 lengths to deny him a sixth winner. Rogers trained six winners at last season’s Fitzpatrick Plate meeting in Albany. Thousands flocked to Albany Racing Club for their marquee social meeting on the calendar. See Tuesday’s Advertiser for the full stories and pictures from Boxing Day.