Kentuckiana Lodge pacer Watermelon Sugar will be out to continue his stunning recent form at Addington on Friday night.

The three-year-old has already bagged a hat-trick of wins and he will shoot for four in a row in Friday night’s fast class event.

Watermelon Sugar’s latest win was arguably the most impressive of his recent victories.

The Cran and Chrissie Dalgety trained pacer sat parked and crushed his rivals in his last start.

Watermelon Sugar only needs to go as well again to be a massive force on Friday night.

“He is relishing his time racing in the grades,” Cran said.

“After racing the best two and three-year-olds, he was always going to be very competitive in the rating races.”

“But to keep racing better and better each week, the way he has been, is very pleasing.”

“The racing hasn’t knocked him at all, he is thriving off it.”

“And that was there to see in his last start.”

“It is another step up in grade again this week, but when you consider he has raced the best of his age it is nothing new for him.”

“He has got the draw to use to push some of his key opponents and we expect him to go well again.”

Casino Action gives the Dalgety barn a big hand in Friday night’s feature pace.

The four-year-old shouldn’t be underestimated because he is no stranger to racing in the kind of company he meets in race 6.

“His fresh up run was tidy enough but he showed us he was in need of that run,” Cran said.

“He has gone back to the trials and run some quite strong sectionals after missing away.”

“He’s fitter and ready to rumble after working quite nice through the last week.”

“We are expecting him to go a very honest race, he has shown he is right up to this company in the past.”

Fernetti also represents Kentuckiana Lodge at Addington on Friday night.

A second row draw looks the only factor against the pacer in race 4.

“He got the big win first up and it is a reasonable step up when you win your first start as a rating 50,” Cran said.

“His next run was very solid, making a move from back in the field.”

“He’s new to the rough and tumble of this grade but the more ringcraft he gets the better he will be.”

“He measures up to these horses, he just needs to get a little bit of luck from the second row draw because it does take away his gate speed.”

Carter drives Fernetti on Friday night, while also combining with Watermelon Sugar.

Blair Orange drives Casino Action.