Young Albany trainer Tom Wolfe has taken little time to make an impact, saddling up his first winner on Sunday at Pinjarra. Tom Wolfe only got his trainers licence in late January and only more than a month later had his first winner with Garage Days. Garage Days ran fourth at Mt Barker in late January at his first start for Tom Wolfe and was then third in Albany on February 9 before jumping a $12 chance in The Peter Miguel Memorial Trophy (1400m) at Pinjarra. Joseph Azzopardi sent the five-year-old straight to the front from barrier 12 and opened up a handy lead coming into the home straight, before kicking strongly to win by just under a length over Dad’s Bigheaded. “Absolutely over the moon to train my first winner,” Tom Wolfe said. “Even better to do it with a horse who will forever hold a special place in my heart, for a great group of connections.” The 22-year-old has grown up in the racing industry and is the nephew of champion Great Southern trainer Steve Wolfe, who was trackside at Pinjarra for the special moment. In the $150,000 TABtouch Pinjarra Classic (1300m) Albany galloper The Spruiker ran third for Steve Wolfe. Hot Zed ($11) came off a strong speed to score a 3/4-length win in the listed feature with Creator running on well to grab second. Shaun McGruddy settled the Wolfe runner in seventh position in the field of 10 and made his move approaching the home turn but couldn’t match Hot Zed. Albany runner Halatorion started second favourite in the race at $4 for trainer Roy Rogers and hoop William Pike and stormed home from ninth on the turn to finish fifth. On Saturday at Ascot Steve Wolfe had a winner to continue his strong run in the metropolitan ranks, Let’sdeal successful over 2200m. McGruddy produced a terrific ride on the rising four-year-old who was a dominant Albany winner last start. Let’sdeal has now won five of his 14 career starts and won by nearly a length over Casino Seventeen in race five on Saturday. The Mitchell Pateman-trained Feels Playful ran second in the $125,000 Schweppes Ascot 1000 Guineas (1800m). Holly Watson sent Feels Playful to the front in the listed event but they were no match for Admiration Express, who sailed past her rivals to win by more than four lengths.