Jockey Jamie Mott made it three wins in the space of nine days for his old master Danny O'Brien, when Algiers scored at Kyneton on Friday.

Mott has now won 71 races for O'Brien at a strike rate of almost 20%, with only gun hoops Damien Oliver, Steven Arnold and James Winks having won more races for the 20-time Group 1 winning trainer.

"I love riding for Danny as he horses are always well placed and come to the races ready to fire," Mott said.

"Take this bloke for example, he was off he scene for 18 months and to be able to have him up and ready to win second-up after such a long lay-off is a terrific training performance."

Mott did his apprenticeship with O'Brien in the early 2000s and the pair teamed up in the Melbourne Cup this year when Vow And Declare attempetd to defend his title in the great race.

"Danny has been a great supporter of mine throughout my career. He has given me many opportunities that I am truly grateful for so anytime I can boot home a winner for him is satisfying," the heavy-weight hoop added.

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