Day At The Track

Kelly dominates Devonport meeting

02:14 AM 11 Mar 2014 NZDT
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Sandy Kay returns with Gavin Lang after winning Robin Wilson Pace.jpg
Sandy Kay returns with Gavin Lang after winning Robin Wilson Pace
VICTORIAN harness trainer Adam Kelly has taken a shine to Tasmania and four winners at the Devonport meeting last Sunday night is testament to his good judgment as to where he places his stable tenants.

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 by Mach Three did it in style with ace Victorian reinsman Gavin Lang 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



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