Leading Perth trainer Adam Durrant and top Albany trainer Roy Rogers produced dominant afternoons at Albany Racing Club on Friday. The two trainers recorded trebles on the eight-race program at Percy Spencer Racecourse. Durrant produced three of his winners in the first four races, while Rogers claimed the final two races on the program after winning race two to complete his treble. Clint Johnston-Porter made a rare appearance to the region and teamed up with Durrant to ride a winning treble while leading jockey Chris Parnham piloted all three of Rogers’ winners. Friar The Gun produced a tough victory in the opening event for Durrant, wearing down leader Inahappydaze in the final 200m to win by 0.7 lengths. A vigorous Johnston-Porter threw everything at Elite Time in race three to lift the filly home in the final strides and get the head down on the line. After settling just worse than midfield, Elite Time got a split at the top of the straight and charged down the centre of the track to hold off the fast-finishing Aramat by a short half-head while Take Me There was a nose back in third. Three-year-old filly Snip’N’Tuck showed her class in race four to be the third leg of the treble for Durrant and Johnston-Porter. Snip’N’Tuck settled midfield and peeled to the centre of the track turning for home before fighting off a strong challenge from Dancing Jack and Juliette to win by 0.4 lengths over the latter on the line. Rogers continued his brilliant season to take his already career-best season to 46 winners in the Great Southern. Kazkazi produced a superb turn of foot to defeat stablemate Dark Assault in race two, levelling up at the 200m mark before Parnham shot clear aboard to win by 1.7 lengths, the gelding’s second win in a row. Count The Sessions led all the way in the TABtouch Handicap (1240m) to also make it successive wins. Promising three-year-old filly Strathmore Rose continued her rise through the grades, winning a fourth race this campaign. After jumping a hot $1.70 favourite, Strathmore Rose settled on the leaders heels before cutting down to the inside and hugging the rails to win by half a length. Jovella took out race five for Chloe Azzopardi and trainer Neville Parker while Solarize won race six for Lucy Warwick and Brett Drury.