Kelly presented all five pacers that he travelled to Tasmania and only missed in the Devonport Cup with his classy open free-for-aller Five Star Anvil that did a good job to finish a game second to Devendra after starting off the back mark of 30 metres.
But his other runners all won convincingly.
Three-year-old filly Sandy Kay earned a start in this Sunday night's Tasmanian Oaks with a comfortable win in the Robin Wilson pace over 2297 metres.
Supaliner then produced a sensational effort to come from last to win the Coastal Pacing Thousand over 2297m.
It takes a good horse to win from well back on the tight Devonport circuit but this four-year-old bydid it in style with ace Victorian reinsman aboard.
Lite Jagermeister won the Dash fort Cash (C5-C6) over 1930m and three-year-old gelding Outrageous El sounded a warning that he could be up to contesting the Tasmanian Derby with a convincing win in the Adam Brookes Group 3YO Pace over 2297m.
Lang partnered all five of Kelly's runners.
By Peter Staples