Leading Albany trainer Steve Wolfe is excited by his young crop of horses this season, Oxbridge adding to that list with a strong maiden win at Percy Spencer Racecourse on Monday. Oxbridge was part of another dominant day for Wolfe and jockey Brodie Kirby who combined for four winners on the seven-race card. Wolfe has had a brilliant run with his juveniles this season, highlighted by Watch Me Dance, Red Can Man, Eurasia and Sowar. The champion trainer has produced eight three-year-old horses this season for 18 victories. Oxbridge had blinkers added after a disappointing seventh last start and the three-year-old gelding improved sharply, showing an impressive turn of foot to win the opening race. Wolfe said the three-year-old City Place gelding was the most impressed of his four winners on Monday. “Oxbridge was the most pleasing to see win, it’s always good to see another young one coming through,” he said. “When they’re winning well as a three-year-old, going forward you know you have a nice one that can go to town. “He is a bit immature so he will probably go out now and come back as a really nice four-year-old but he has already shown plenty.” Ever-consistent stayer Mr Pago made it three wins in five starts after outstaying rivals over 2100m in the second race before Sir Snugalot claimed his first victory at 1500m to make it three wins in a row for the red-hot combination. Family Connection ($37 chance) denied Wolfe from winning the first four events, when the five-year-old mare saluted for Wagin trainer Angela Smith in race four. Promising galloper Cold As Cold finally broke through after a frustrating run this campaign, to win his first race over the 1500m journey to bring up Wolfe and Kirby’s fourth winner of the day. Wolfe is the runaway leader of the Great Southern Trainers’ Premiership with 34 wins while Kirby also holds a commanding lead heading into the final two meetings, having ridden 24 winners in Albany and Mt Barker this season.