Ray Malpass won Port Hedland’s Leading Trainer award for the 2014 season.

Malpass enjoyed success with Eye View, Hussleoff, Special Harvest, Final Zed, Fa’em and Back is Black.

Former Bunbury Horse of the Year, Fa’em, finished a distant third to Galaxon and Devilish Intent in Monday’s $40,000 Port Hedland Cup (2200m).

The leading Jockey title was split between Noel Rudland and Simone Altieri with 30 points apiece.

Alfieri’s ten winners included consecutive meeting doubles with Godulfi and Come Quickly.

Rudland was aboard runner-up Devilish Intent in the Port Hedland Cup.

Horse of the Year honours was also tied with Distinctive Dane and Pegaus Park sharing the spoils.

Distinctive Dane, prepared by Kevin McAuley, race at Port Hedland on six occasions for two wins and two seconds.

Dean Cocivera’s Pegasus Park never missed the money with one win and four placings from his five Port Hedland appearances.