Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo stole the show at Harold Reid Paceway as he finished with four winners on Saturday night. De Campo made it an even bigger night in the sulky at Albany Harness Racing Club, driving a fifth winner for trainer Lang Inwood on the nine-race program. Four-year-old mare Gods Plan notched her fourth win from 16 career starts after winning the George Hodgson Memorial (2265m) by a neck over $1.75 favourite Diamondsonthebeach. After consistent placings at Gloucester Park, three-year-old gelding The Miki Taker prevailed in the Tom Minchin Memorial Entires and Geldings RWWA Feature Pace (2265m) by 18.80m to justify a short $1.24 quote and score his fifth career win. Three-year-old colt Floewriter made it a race-to-race double for De Campo after winning the Harold Reid Memorial by 12.2m after being sent out a raging $1.04 favourite. Major Chaos won race eight over 2265m by 4.2m to notch the fourth winner for the De Campo stable, breaking maiden status at his second career start. De Campo drove the Inwood-trained Tux And Tails to a dominant 17.3m victory in the David Rule Memorial (1832m) to kickstart his night in the sulky. Reinsman Mitchell Miller also had a winning double on the program for trainers Barry Howlett and Michael Callegari to bookend the meeting. The Howlett-trained Write A Melody won the opening race by 5.8m to justify favouritism before Smokeys Shadow prevailed by 5.5m in the final race. Second Amendment prevailed by a neck for trainer David Goulden and driver Trent Wheeler over Decimas Whitby in race four. The Hayden Reeves-trained Camluck King prevailed in the Peter Phillips Memorial (2548m) in thrilling fashion, winning by a half-head over $2.05 favourite Fleur Du Maquis. Albany Harness Racing Club will hold a 10-race program this Friday night.