Lucrative Lucy produced a dominant maiden victory at Mt Barker Turf Club on Friday for Bunbury trainer Malcolm Byas. The four-year-old mare jumped a $5 chance in the TABtouch Scan My Bet Maiden (1100m) and was taken straight to the front from barrier eight by jockey Jade McNaught. The pair skipped clear coming into the home straight and sprinted to the line to down Dun With The Blues by 1.4 lengths. Lucrative Lucy had been placed twice in Mt Barker previously and finished fourth behind Hang Glider when resuming from a spell in Albany on November 13. Raging $1.80 favourite Arid was slow to begin and despite getting home strongly at the finish, was fourth beaten five lengths. The Steve Wolfe stable had success on the eight-race program with debutant Witch Street. Witch Street produced a sharp debut in race three over 1100m, settling ninth in the field of 11 before charging home down the outside for apprentice jockey Brandon Louis. The three-year-old filly got over the top of early leader Our Bonny Gossip and held out God’s Moment, both from the Roy Rogers yard, to win by a long neck on the line. The son of Street Boss won a 600m trial in October and then finished behind Red Can Man in a 1000m trial before making his debut. Rogers had a maiden winner at the meeting when Hide The Oreos broke through at his third career start. Hide The Oreos ran second at his first race start and then was fourth to St John on November 13 but rider Beaux Banovic-Edwards sent him straight to the front last week. The three-year-old gelding jumped well and settled in front and held off Bonamico by a short head at the finish. Morgs Freeman resumed in strong fashion, leading all the way in race five on Friday. The Gerry Hughes-trained gelding saluted at $13 with jockey Kristy Bennett aboard, downing Kendel’s Mee Dad by a short head. Apprentice jockey Taj Dyson guided Almaher Man to victory in the TABtouch Mt Barker Has The Touch Handicap (1850m). The Todd Harvey-trained runner was a $3.50 chance and sped across to the front from gate nine for Dyson. Almaher Man was far too strong at the finish winning by 1.5 lengths, making it two wins on the trot.