Driverwas forced to make his charge work hard to find the lead but once in front the -trained gelding travelled sweetly and when asked to extend at the top of the home straight he forged clear.
Outrageous El went on to score by almost six metres from El Jays Magic with Another Jasper over two metres astern.
It was the gelding's third win in success from his four lifetime starts and his second in Tasmania, having been successful in Devonport at his first try on foreign soil.
Kelly was hoping the son ofwould measure up to Derby class when he travelled him across Bass Strait and so far the three-year-old has lived up to expectations.
The Tasmanian Derby will be run over 2579 metres at Tattersall's Park in Hobart on Sunday night.