NEW Zealand champion Lance O'Sullivan helped himself to a 35-1 double at Sha Tin yesterday as trainer Geoff Lane kept his healthy strike rate going. O'Sullivan and Lane combined with good Irish import Heavily Armed (14-1) to take the fifth event on the card and the Kiwi star wrapped up the twosome when stayer Manley's Star (5-2) justified favouritism in the seventh race. Heavily Armed won at the first time of asking for now Taipa-based Declan Murphy a year ago and had been largely restricted to sprint trips during his short local career. Off the scene for some time, he was produced in a Sha Tin trial eight days before yesterday's Classes One and Two, 1,600-metre event and ran extremely well. Only lightly raced in Ireland, he was considered good enough to be sent to Royal Ascot before departing to his new home in Hong Kong. Heavily Armed had little trouble winning and when O'Sullivan slipped him clear shortly after straightening there were few serious challengers. The aptly named Courageous (45-1) took the quinella spot when be battled on under Greg Childs while E Treasure (45-1) showed a glimpse of better form to finish third. Lane has had an excellent season and this well-planned win saw him move to the 25-winner mark. O'Sullivan said: ''He certainly gave me a great ride. We were going very easily indeed and I simply gave him a nudge to go forward as we straightened and he went right on with it. I knew we were going well but I suppose I was expecting something to challenge us. But he just lengthened stride and went right on with it. He's a good horse and did this very well today.'' The flop of the race was 5-2 favourite Jade Age who found absolutely nothing when asked for an effort by Felix Coetzee. Jade Age had struck trouble in a tough race on his debut but battled through under Mick Kinane to win like a good horse over 1,400 metres. The step up in distance looked ideal but there were unwelcome signals in the run. Jade Age was not going that well coming to the turn but, for a few strides, looked as if he would pick up on straightening. But it wasn't to be and he plodded to the line for seventh in the field of 14. Last-start winner Feodor (12-1) with Darren Gauci taking over from the indisposed Tony Cruz, finished fourth to his winning stablemate and gave a fair sight. Manley's Star has been looking for extra ground but those who took the short odds had a moment's worry. The Wong Tang-ping galloper again came from a fair way back in the Class Five event before pegging back front-running Fantastic View (45-1) close home with Jade (4-1) in third spot.