Danny O’Brien’s already successful season just keeps getting better after one of the country’s most in-form stables snared a double at Flemington on Saturday, which was kick-started by a classy performance from Waikato Stud filly Fabric.

O’Brien trained Fabric ($6) to win the PFD Food Services and then a little over an hour later saddled Order Of Command to his first stakes success when he ran clear to score in the Listed Hilton Nicholas Straight Six (1200m).

Jockey Craig Williams was high in praise for the daughter of Ocean Park.

"Danny and the owners got the rewards today and they are going to keep getting rewards as she is a talent, but she still does have a lot fo growing up to do," Williams said post race.

O'Brien was relieved the three-year-old was able to show her best at headquarters.

"She hasn't had much go her way at her past two starts and has been terribly unlucky, but today all the breaks went her way and we got see what she can do," O'Brien said.

"She is an Ocean Park and they are showing they get better as they get older, so she will stick around for the end of three-year-old season and see if she can get another one of the board. And then hopefully she can come back a bigger better four-year-old and get to a better race later in her career."

Saturday's double took O’Brien to 27 Melbourne wins for the season, which has him placed seventh in the premiership race.

O’Brien said he was enjoying his season where he figures he is striking in the metropolitan area at an astonishing 20 per cent, which is clearly above any of his main rivals on the premiership table.

Story by Andrew Eddy for Racing.com

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