SA TROTS -No stopping Hammers Law

LIFE in South Australia continues to agree with Hammers Law.
Having his eighth start in the state since arriving from Western Australia, Hammers Law was a class above his rivals at Globe Derby on Saturday night.
Completing a hat-trick in the process, Hammers Law boasts five wins and a second for trainer Shaun Adams.
Understandably impressed with the son of Lawman, Adams believes Hammers Law can continue his strong form as he races his way through the grades.
“He’s going quite well at the moment,” Adams said. “It is a step back in class here on what he was racing in WA and he appreciates it.
“I can’t see any reason why he won’t put a few more wins on the board as he keeps climbing the classes.”
With Adams holding the reins during his latest triumph, Hammers Law began well to find the lead from barrier three.
Providing Adams with an armchair driver, the trotter was untouched as he cruised to a nine-and-a-half metre win from Muscletonian.
Redriverdebba was 12-and-a-half metres away third in 2:01.1 over 1800 metres.
“Once he got to the front quite quickly I was pretty confident with him,” Adams said. “He didn’t have to lead, but it helped him a bit.
“I’ve nominated him for next Monday, but I’m not sure if I will leave him in as I don’t really like taking time off from work to take him.
“I may just keep him for the Saturday nights.”