With a hat-trick of wins and a perfect four from four from Carter Dalgety, Kentuckiana Lodge enjoyed a perfect night out at Addington on Friday.

Trainers Cran and Chrissie Dalgety took out the first three races on the Addington card when Orlando Express, All You Need Is Me, and Bryson Dechambeau all ran to victories with Carter in the sulky.

Bryson Dechambeau cruised to an impressive maiden win for a big bunch of Kentuckiana Lodge owners.

The pacer has five syndicates among his ownership, meaning plenty of owners shared the ride as he held off his challengers in the home straight.

Many were on course at Addington, and they filled the winner's circle as they lined up for their winning photo.

"He certainly had an impressive cheer squad waiting for him in the birdcage," Cran said.

"We got him from the sales and syndicated him among quite a few groups – that is the modern way, and we are happy to take as many people on the ride with us as possible."

"We have always liked him, and we have taken a patient approach with him so far. But all signs were that it was paying off as he progressed towards the trials. He has a good motor there, and his big group of owners are going to have a bit of fun with him."

Kentuckiana Lodge's winning run started with Orlando Express taking out race 1.

The trotter relished being behind the mobile and scored with plenty in hand.

"He has always had the ability there, but his ringcraft has been a work in progress," Cran said.

"The mobile allowed him to get nice and handy and show what he is made of."

"He has been getting better and better behind the tapes, so hopefully now that his confidence is up, he can keep showing what he is made of."

The middle leg of the Kentuckiana Lodge hat-trick was claimed by the blueblood filly All You Need Is Me, who kept her unbeaten record intact at two-from-two.

In a hectic affair, the three-year-old proved too powerful for rivals that have had a lot more racing than she has had.

"With a filly like this, all eyes are on her, with her stunning pedigree page," Cran said.

"We are rapt that she is doing a job for us and the Kennys."

"The motor is certainly there, but she is still learning what racing is all about."

"She took another step forward with this run, there was plenty going on, but she handled it well."

After making it three from three in the Kentuckiana colours, Carter brought up a personal milestone when adding one more victory.

A perfect four-from-four was completed when the reinsman drove the Bob Butt-trained Xlendi to victory.