Good Odds Harada capped a memorable 24 hours for Londonderry trainer Frank Hurst when he recorded a six lengths winning romp in the fastest time of the meeting at Wentworth Park on Saturday night.

Fourth early from box seven, Good Odds Harada swept around the leading division to lead going through the catching pen and won easily from Nangar Kash and Sky Wave in a blistering 29.76s.

Just 24 hours earlier Good Odds Harada's kennelmate and litter brother Good Odds Buddy had smashed the course record in taking out Wagga's Graeme Hull Memorial Gold Cup, becoming the first greyhound to get under the 30sec mark for the 525m trip.

Timeless Moment notched a remarkable fifth win in six Wentworth Park starts when the Kerry Drynan-trained wide runner led all the way in 30.09 to take out a 520m fourth grade.

Timeless Moment, winner of the Group 3 Ladbrokes Magic Maiden at the Wentworth Park Easter Carnival, had almost hit the 520m boxes when she ran down Pro Bono at Wentworth Park on May 18 and raced in the centre of the track again in Saturday night's win.

"Imagine what sort of time she would run if she was a railer,'' trainer Kerry Drynan's mother Doreen said after Timeless Moment's win.

Trainer Wayne Sugars plans to tackle the Group 1 Vic Peters Classic with Fever Frenzy following the promising youngster's all-the-way win in Saturday night's opening event, a 520m fifth grade.

Fever Frenzy led but was run down when second at Wentworth Park on May 18 but made every post a winner on Saturday, scoring by a length from Blinken Billy in 30.23sec.

"He led and got tired when second last week on a heavy track and I thought he could improve tonight if the track was drier,'' trainer Sugars said.

"The dry track tonight helped Fever Frenzy but I believe he is getting stronger and because he is the right age for the Vic Peters I will set him for the heats of that race in early July.''

Tyson Tanga, described by handler Eric Sharman as "fast but dumb'' scored his third successive Wentworth Park victory on Saturday night.

Tyson Tanga, owned and trained by Sharman's wife Billie, led throughout and staved off a late challenge from prolific Wentworth Park winner Rita's Boy to win by a half length.

"He has always been a quick dog but he has been a very slow learner,'' Sharman said of Tyson Tanga.

"Fast but dumb is how I would generally describe him.''

Second fastest time of the night on Saturday was the 30.06 recorded by the Vic Sultana-trained Elusive Wave, who led all the way to defeat the luckless Nangar Diva in a 520m fifth grade.

Elusive Wave, who has lived in the shadow of her more famous litter sister Sky Wave throughout her career, scored her 14th win, and her fifth at Wentworth Park, with her slick effort.

Favourite Nangar Diva did not begin with her usual dash and after being fifth on the back straight finished fast along the rails to be beaten two lengths by Elusive Wave.