It is already a race famous for attracting the best trotters in Australasia, the Group One Glenferrie Farm Challenge.
Yet this $200,000 feature will now also be known as's too after the former Kiwi, now based at Appin, near Campbelltown, made it back-to-back wins with Keystone Del when the six-year-old gelding scored an exciting win at Tabcorp Park Menangle today.
In a race where none of the leaders were given much peace, Keystone Del came from midfield, rating a stunning 1:53.9 for the mile to knock four-tenths of a second off the Australian trotters' record.
And while it was technically a victory for Australia in the Australia v New Zealand challenge, the result might easily had been different had Kiwi reinsmandriving Stent not been stuck three back on the pegs and desperately searching for an opening to give chase to the leaders.
Turning for home De Filippi had to turn five-year-old Stent sideways to find some open ground.
And when Stent finally saw daylight, with about 80-metres left to travel, he whooshed down the outside to fail by just over a metre in finishing second with another Aussie Elegant Image () back in third.
Despite being defending champion in this race, Molander's star trotter actually started a $17 shot, but with champion reinsmanin the bike, the result was never in doubt.
Harness Racing NSW