Ben Price had a big month in June as the leading Racing SA apprentice and outriding his provincial claim.
Price rode eight winners across the month, while Ellis Wong boasted the best strike-rate of the academy riding at 15 per cent runners to winners.
The future generation stole the show at Morphettville riding six of the nine winners on June 11.
Senior riders won the first three races before Campbell Rawiller got things rolling aboard Outlaws Revenge, the first of a double while Lachlan Neindorf, Ben Price, Sophie Logan and Angus Chung all punched home winners.
Port Augusta also proved a happy hunting ground when Lachlan Overall and Ellis Wong dominated the June 26 meeting - as apprentices won six of the eight races.
Overall rode three winners, two for Michael McClean before winning the Squatters Cup aboard Grinzinger Star.
Wong walked away with a double winning the final two races.
Sophie Logan also had another metropolitan double at Murray Bridge on June 18 continuing her good association with Calypso Reign and Montign.
June also proved a breakthrough month for Lizzie Annells whose decision to try riding in Tasmanian on Sundays reaped rewards landing a Hobart aboard Tavirun and followed up with a Launceston win on Fairy Magic late in the month.