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Instead of going to Brisbane, Harry Sarkis decided his promising stayer, He’s My Future wasn’t quite ready, so ran him in a 720 metres Mixed 2nd/3rd Grade at Wenty Park on Friday, winning in 42.34.
IN MOST ERAS the Harry Sarkis trained He’s My Future could by now be hailed as the number one stayer in the country. Ho we ver , th e son o f Hallucinate has to be content with the great Miata holding the top mantle at present, and for a fair while to come, or so it seems, so it’s sit back and just pick up the smaller races that can be on offer. He’s My Future did finish in front of Miata in the recent Sandown Cup, but that’s not likely to happen very often, and wi t h t h at in m i n d , th e Londonderry based trainer decided to miss the current Gold Cup in Brisbane, as his young stayer has had plenty of recent travel. The decision paid dividends straight away, with He’s My Future untroubled when leading all the way at the Wentworth Park meeting last Friday night. With only a field of five runners and box one to assist, He’s My Future darted straight to the front for the 720 metres venture and opened a handy lead in the early part, with Hot Buzzard and Thrilling Frank his nearest rivals. He’s My Future, who just turned three years of age, is a bold striding 33kg chaser who covers the ground quickly and clocked slick sections to have his rivals all off the bit a long way from home. The punters who took the luxury odds of $1.80 were laughing all the way to the bank as He’s My Future never looked threatened at any stage. At the judge, He’s My Future defeated Hotwire by four lengths in 42.34, with Hot Buzzard a head away third. He’s My Future (x Just Dazzle Em) has won nine races at headquarters, and from a career spanning 41 starts has recorded
17 wins and nine placings for an earnings tally of $118,000. Hotwire (Big Daddy Cool x Ima Stunner), trained by Graeme Barnett, had amassed 10 wins and 15 placings from 35 career starts, whilst the Ron Bell prepared Hot Buzzard (Hallucinate x Cawbourne Fraz) has faced the starter 45 times for 13 wins and 17 placings. Making it four victories from his past six starts, the Jack Roy trained Garlett ran out a strong winner of the Centrebet Stake, and there are big wins in store for this son of Collide if he stays sound around Spring time. It was a top line-up for the 520 metres trip, with the experienced Adam Meway the best away from box seven. Garlett also jumped away nicely from the three and sat behind the leader leaving the straight, while veteran chaser, Fancy Dean worked over to camp just off the speed. Adam Meway led them down the back, with Garlett and Fancy Dean both working closer by the top corner. The leader was under real pressure nearing the home turn, where Garlett stormed to the front and then Fancy Dean rallied late. When the judge called a halt, it was Garlett by three quarters of a length over Fancy Dean in 30.08, with Lagoon Lowanna two lengths back in third place. Despite being three and a half years old, Garlett (x Evil Lyn) has been lightly raced and his CV reveals 27 starts for 16 wins and
three placings. Fancy Dean (Where’s Pedro x Sweet Fancy), trained by Wally Lutiger, has had 66 career starts for 24 wins and 30 placings. Prepared by Ray Webster, Lagoon Lowanna (Where’s Pedro x Lagoon Smylee) has had 21 career starts that have produced 11 wins and four placings. THE REAL FUN of owning greyhounds was typified in the Henry Trapp Stake when Pie Thief led all the way to score her first city win at her fifth attempt. A group of Cronulla RL footy fans got involved under the guidance of another Shire boy, Charlie Riccio, and despite some success on the provincials, nothing can take away the excitement of a city victory. Exiting box four, Pie Thief went straight to the front and led out from the wide drawn Avondale Pearl and Minza Red One. Clocking a 5.49 first section then a fast 13.97 second split, Pie Thief drew away from her rivals up the back straight, with Minza Red One getting to a clear second. The leader was off with the prize turning for home and raced to the line a solid four lengths winner over Minza Red Onein 30.09, with third placed Avondale Pearl a further three lengths adrift. Pie Thief, who is by Collision out of Ate Bucks, is owned by a Syndicate headed by Scott Williams, and to date has raced on 23 occasions for six wins and five placings. Minza Red One (Bombastic Shiraz x Aralven Valley), trained by Charlie Gatt, has had 18 starts for four wins and eight placings, whilst John Vanderburg’s Avondale Pearl (Collision x Micro Lee) has had seven starts for three wins and two placings.
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FOUR SEMI-FINALS of the NSW GBOTA Peter Mosman Classic were run at Wentworth Park last Saturday night and some young stars were unearthed, with Kel Greenough’s Odie For Now being the fastest qualifier. A son of Big Daddy Cool, the black and white chaser has taken a distinct liking to the historic Glebe venue and clocked a flying 29.61 at just his second appearance at the course. This performance just overshadowed this State’s current number one chaser, Bye Bye Bucks, who racked-up yet another city win. Exiting box five, Odie For Now went straight to the front, with Billy The Sid from box seven also well into stride. Reaching the first corner Odie For Now held the inside and a slight advantage over Billy The Sid. However, Billy The Sid was galloped on from behind and lost a couple of valuable lengths, allowing the leader to open right up and break clear. Odie For Now was in full flight off the top corner, with Billy the Sid getting balanced again and doing his best to stay in
NSW Ron Arnold touch. But Odie For Now was going strongly turning for home, and as Billy The Sid started to tire, it was Odie For Now racing away to win by eight lengths over Watto Lotto, who charged home into second spot, with Billy The Sid relegated to third, one and a half lengths away. Odie for Now (x Shanlyn Lass) has now had 14 starts for seven wins plus three placings. Watto Lotto (Bit Chili x Tittle Tat), prepared by John Callaughan, from 20 career starts has recorded five wins and nine placings, whilst the Syd Swain trained Billy The Sid (Cosmic Rumble x Midnight Lace) has had 11 starts producing eight wins and one placing.
Odie For Now led all the way to annex a semi of the Peter Mosman Classic at the weekend, scoring by eight lengths in a new PB and BON 29.61.
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THE OPENING SEMI went to Sydney’s current number one sprinter, Bye Bye Bucks, who scored his 10th win at headquarters in another slick time of 29.88. The son of Bit Chili has reached these wins at just 26 months of age, which must be some sort of record. When the lids opened the two popular fancies, Bye Bye Bucks out of box two and Captive from box three, were both quickly into stride and matched motors into the first corner. With the advantage of the inside, Bye Bye Bucks held sway, with Captive working overtime to stay in touch. Bye Bye Bucks gradually drew further away off the top bend and was all over a winner turning for home. Down the home straight the black chaser was strong to the line, defeating the fast finishing Proven Maddy by four and a half lengths, with Captive a half length away third. Bye Bye Bucks (x See Ya Senorita), owned by Glen Jones and trained by Ken Lewis, after 30 career starts has produced 15 wins and seven placings. Proven Maddy (El Galo x Proven Lilly), trained by Wayne Vassallo, has raced 22 times for 11 wins and five placings, whilst the Marie Burton trained Captive (Collision x Viscaya) to date has had 24 career starts for seven wins and nine placings. THE WHEELER EMPIRE doesn’t miss out too often in Group 1 finals in Sydney, and it was Garrick Bale that put in a career best effort to score comfortably in a new personal best 29.93. Boxrise saw Garrick Bale spear out of box five and was able to cross his inside rivals by the first corner. Leaving the straight, the punters picks, Midnight Capers and Tifia were both in trouble and never threatened. Heading down the back Garrick Bale broke away, with Jordy Pordy giving chase and looking a big threat.
Ken Lewis and Glen Jones are having a ball with Bye Bye Bucks, who ran 29.88 to win a Peter Mosman semi-final at Wentworth Park. Off the top bend the gap started to close, with Garrick Bale in front as Jordy Pordy inched closer, however, as heads turned for home the leader dug deep and as Jordy Pordy’s run had peaked. Untroubled to the line, Garrick Bale was one and a half lengths ahead of Jordy Pordy when the judge called a halt, while Gus Bale made it an all Victorian trifecta, a further four lengths away. Garrick Bale, by Go Wild Teddy out of Dyna Celeste, overall has had 16 starts, picking up nine wins and four placings for trainer, Andrea Dailly. Jordy Pordy (Bombastic Shiraz x High Tide Honey), prepared by Jeff Britton, from 25 career starts has nine wins with nine placings, whilst Gus Bale (Go Wild Teddy x Amity Bale), trained by Graeme Bate, has had 21 career starts to date for six wins and 10 placings. The same winning combo sampled more success when Grigorieva Bale led most of the way to record his best performance at the track. When the lids opened, the black
vested Diamonds At Dusk was fast into stride, with Spitfire Stu also away well in the yellow vest along with Bagget Bale from the eight gate. Leaving the straight Grigorieva Bale stepped it up a notch, quickly dropped his rivals and was clocking fast sections. Grigorieva Bale was flying up-front as they came down the side, with the immediate chasers not making any impression. Turning for home Grigorieva Bale had it all parcelled-up and hit the line a clear four and a half lengths winner over Spitfire Stu in 29.86, with Bagget Bale a further one and a half lengths back in third place. Grigorieva Bale, a son of Turanza Bale and Kingston Bale, has contested 14 races for four wins and seven placings. Spitfire Stu (Velocette x Spitfire Moosie), trained by Charlie Lamb, has now 24 career starts for five wins and 11 placings, whilst the Brendan Wheeler prepared Bagget Bale (Go Wild Teddy x Princess Bale) from 20 career starts has now four wins and 10 placings.
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RUNNING near quickest of the night over 525 metres at The Meadows last Saturday was the Jason Thompson trained Ima Geisha Girl. Drawn box four in the Sky Racing Grade 5 heat, Ima Geisha Girl ($1.50 fav) began fast and ran an early split of 5.04, leading Our Buddy and Call Me Cheap into the first bend. Down the back the Reg Kay owned speedster was only two lengths ahead of Our Buddy, running
THE MEADOWS Saturday with Allan Hawkswell the race of his life, and with the timer paused at 17.73 they’d put a five lengths gap on the others, headed by Call Me Cheap. Rounding the final bend it could be seen that Our Buddy couldn’t sus-
tain the pressure on the leader, and when Call Me Cheap copped a check, Ima Geisha Girl went powerfully to the line, running out a six lengths winner over Our Buddy, while there was seven and a half lengths to third placed Foley Bale, who comfortably beat the other three runners home. Ima Geisha Girl, a daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Elite Oriental, ran 29.96, which is outside her PB 29.86 at the northern suburbs track, whilst career-wise she’s racked-up six wins from eight raceday appearances.
Four of the best WHEN Lektra Jay won, he was the second leg of a running double for ‘Team Dailly’ and it was the start of a huge night at “the office” for the Anakie mob. After a great start it was hard to spot the early leader until Johnny Ringo broke clear and made it to the post the first time in 9.09, with Lektra Jay and Sequoia in tow. Johnny Ringo was still travelling sweetly along Rounding out a great night for ‘Team Dailly’, Dyna Cari bounced out in front and was the back straight and never caught in a Grade 5 heat, completing the 525 metres trip in 30.33 to notch her reached the next checkpoint in 22.09 holding a first Meadows success at her seventh attempt. narrowing advantage over Lektra Jay, with Lasting Effect on the move and Sequoia getting going again, having been in bother. With plenty of rough stuff behind the leading duo as they neared the home turn, and just when it appeared as though Johnny Ringo was going to score, Lektra Jay ($2.90 fav) put in a huge lunge that saw him get the judge’s pat. 55 STARTS : 23-9-7 The Phil Lenehan owned white and black son of Where’s Pedro and Elektra won by a half
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head, clocking Best Of Night 34.61 in the 600 metres AJS Corporation Free For All, while Sequoia was five and a quarter lengths away third. Really suited from the eight gate, Lektra Jay has raced 79 times, notching 24 wins and 26 placings whilst earning $215,720 along the way. At the track and distance the honest chaser has won six of his nine attempts for a 34.36 PB. ANAKIE’S Dailly clan really turned it on last weekend, netting four winners on the 11-race card, with Lektra Johnson being the first of their winners when taking out the 525 metres AWM Electrical Free For All in a new PB and Best Of Night 29.92. From box three, Lektra Johnson ($2.90) quickly found the lead and after recording 5.10 and 17.75 in transit, went on to beat the hardchasing Godsend ($2.80 fav) by two lengths, with a further six lengths to third placed Glenda Bale ($9.00). It was the 15th success after 66 starts for the Sue Lenehan owned racer, who completed a hat-trick of city wins. THE FIRST of Dailly’s other winners was Adelle Bale, who annexed the Le Pine Funerals Grade 5 over 60 metres in 35.16, beating the luckless Hurlee by a half head, with a head to Black Jaca in a thrilling triangular finish. THEN the Brendan Wheeler owned Dyna Cari exited box four at pace before leading throughout in the 525 metres Geotechincal Laboratories Grade 5. The red fawn daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Dyna Panama opened her account at The Meadows and notched her sixth career win after 16 attempts when downing Battina Bale by two and a half lengths in 30.33, with Double Decoy third.
Joy for Joy JOY McDOWALL travelled to the ‘big smoke’ from the Western District whistlestop town of Nullawarre and landed a double. Kick-starting the night for Joy
was the Barry Smith owned Mepunga Melachi, who successfully contested the Radio Sport National Grade 5 heat. Having bungled the start, the white and blue dog was last a lap out, where Jimi Krakcorn showed the way in 5.14, with She Ain’t Late is nearest rival. But when six of the eight runners were checked rounding the initial bend, the green vested Mepunga Melachi got a saloon passage run along the rail and was second behind Jimi Krakcorn, who paused the clock at 18.04 coming off the back. Mepunga Melachi then went straight past Kimi Krakcorn and charged across the line four lengths clear of the fast finishing Big Stud in 30.16, with Jimi Krakcorn next home. It was the first Meadows win for Mepunga Melachi (Big Daddy Cool Mepunga Diamond), whose CV reveals 18 starts for four wins and 11 placings. MAKING for a pleasant trip back home for Joy and hubby, Ashley, was the victory handed in by Fantasy Diamond, who sported the yellow singlet. After a quick start to the 525 metres Superman At Stud Grade 4, Fantasy Diamond showed the way over One Last Dance and Bardot Bale a lap out in a smart 5.04. But the daughter of Premier Fantasy and Mepunga Diamond was passed by One Last Dance heading down the back, with only a neck separating them when the timer showed 17.89. Again taking over rounding the final bend, Fantasy Diamond dashed the hopes of Quaddie punters, with the $18.60 roughie going on to beat One Last Dance ($3.40 fav) by four and a quarter lengths in 30.23, with two and three quarter lengths to Gold Coast Gazza ($4.10) third. A winner twice from three starts at the Broadmeadows layout, Fantasy Diamond, a good money-spinner for Joy, has scored seven times with seven placings from 29 outings.
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RUN’S HOUSE (Awesome Assassin x Amy’s Sonnet) DESPITE BEING UNWANTED in betting, the green vested Dollstan Cruise missed the kick. But the Steve Richards trained chaser still took home the prizemoney from the $18,000 Community Newspaper Group Paradise Street Trophy. The son of Bombastic Shiraz and Frosty Fruits was sent out a $19.90 roughie, despite winning his past three races, all contested over the 642 metres trip. McQueen was sent to the boxes as the $1.90 elect and was in the leading brigade in the early stages. They tightened approaching the 530 metres boxes, allowing McQueen to slip away with a three lengths break. Meanwhile Dollstan Cruise, who was a clear last, swooped around the bunched pack to move into second place. It was all McQueen with a circuit to travel, as the John Iwanyk trained chaser looked to bring up his 25th career win. Dollstan Cruise was second, racing on the outside of Short Haul, albeit six lengths adrift of the lamplighter. McQueen was still four lengths clear as they returned to the release point, with Dollstan Cruise now leading the remainder of the field, who were chasing in Indian file. Surprisingly, Dollstan Cruise and Pedro’s Finest continued to take ground off the leader through the bend and he turned for home with just a narrow advantage. Dollstan Cruise railed to the front and held off the charge of Pedro’s Finest to win by a half length, with a similar gap to third placed McQueen. It was the 12th career win from 29 starts for the Steve Richards owned and trained chaser, who has now accrued over $41,000 in earnings.
Deutronium ignites FOUR HEATS of the $12,000 Solo Mandurah Oaks dominated the card on the provincial circuit last Friday. The opening heat was clearly the toughest, with the John Iwanyk trained Deutronium, the even money favourite, scoring in a smart 27.58. The red fawn bitch, owned by the Ausdrill Syndicate, has been on fire since arriving in the West,
WA Laurence Torpy winning three of her four outings including a sensational 27.35 at Mandurah the previous week. The April 2010 whelp is by Made To Size out of Nice Portrait, making her a half-sister to Best Behavior, who raced with great success for the same connections. Deutronium was away smartly from box seven and was a clear second, with the well tried Typhoon Monelli leading up the field. Passing the 302 metres boxes and entering the big turn, Deutronium was within a half length on the outside of the lamplighter, with Bally Swift and Roxy Mac leading the pack. The favourite burst to a clear lead and turned for home two lengths clear of Bally Swift, with Roxy Mac up to third. Deutronium ran out a three lengths winner over Bally Swift, with Roxy Mac missing out on a berth in the final. Kennel representative, Karen Knuckey was pleased with the performance and even more so after the box draw, with Deutronium drawing the cherry. Knuckey told NGF, “The box draw really suits, as she is a really quick beginner.” SMASHING GYPSY ($25) was the shock winner of the second heat, which appeared a race in two amongst the bookends, Funky Hostess and Revealed, both of which were unplaced. The Michelle Beamish trained bitch jumped cleanly from box four to lead them up in the early going. Passing the 302 metres boxes they were in single file, with Smashing Gypsy holding a two lengths break over Twister Monelli then a similar margin to Ocean Li. They started to bunch as they swung for home, with the winner still holding a length break. Twister Monelli was coming home stronger than Smashing Gypsy, but the winning post was her friend, as she held on by a neck in 28.06, with a further two
lengths to Gemma Girl. DIAMOND STANDARD, from the Greg Martin kennel, saluted in the third heat with a gutsy win. The WA bred daughter of Premier Fantasy and Kilkenny Lass was having her fourth raceday outing since winning on debut at headquarters in mid May. It was a keen affair, with Diamond Standard on the rail under immediate pressure from Need A Seatbelt and Third String in a three-way charge for the front. Diamond Standard ($6.50) worked clear to the lead by two lengths at the midway point over Third String but drifted wide turning for home. That presented opening for Third String and the Andrew McLaren trained Rapley Gem. In the shadows of the post, Rapley Gem looked to have the edge over Diamond Standard but she could not maintain her powerful run, going down by half a length in 28.00. THE FINAL HEAT went the way of the Queenslander, Take A Guess, who’s now in the care of Linda Britton. The $2.80 favourite was away only fairly but got a clean passage to be on the heels of the lamplighter, Layout along the back straight. The lead duo were four lengths clear of Lilly Was Here passing the 302 metres boxes, with a question over Layout running out the distance at her first attempt. The Lexia Isaac trained bitch wobbled wide turning for home, presenting a perfect rails run for Take A Guess. The Christine Robartson owned daughter of Collison and Tonic Pride took full advantage and powered away for three lengths win in a slick 27.60. Layout worked hard to run second, with Lilly Was Here a further two lengths away third. Deutronium looks a good thing in Friday’s $12,000 after drawing box one, although she is likely to be under early pressure from Smashing Gypsy and Layout, who both have inside draws. Rapley Gem is ideally boxed in the two alley, whilst the raider, Take A Guess will need some luck from box seven, despite her smart time in winning a heat.
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THE JUGGERNAUT rolled on in Hobart last Thursday night for ownerbreeders Karlene Cuthbertson and Sally-Ann Wilson when their impressive juvenile bitch, Millie Minor won a heat of the TGOTBA series when on debut. Millie Minor, trained at Brighton by Mick Stringer, missed the start by a length from box two but quickly made up for the tardy beginning by zooming along the rail, and one by one she pickedoff her rivals before assuming the lead nearing the top turn. The well-bred bitch then forged clear and stormed home to stop the clock at 26.17, which was brilliant, given the bitter cold and windy conditions. She hit the line almost 10 lengths clear of Tin Lid, with Lashing Lil five lengths away third. Millie Minor (Where’s Pedro Smart and Sassy) was whelped in October 2010 and is one of a litter of six, comprising five bitches and a dog. “This pup showed a lot of ability from the outset,” Cuthbertson said. “But to come out and clock 26.17 at her first start in a race, and in these tough conditions, suggests she could be as good as we first thought,” she said. Cuthbertson and Wilson bred the litter from her brood bitch, Smart And Sassy, who was trained by Leigh Wood. "I bought Smart And Sassy from Sarah Pringle (Monaghan) and the bitch won the Queensland Futurity and a 600 metres race in Adelaide before coming back to Tassie, and
Tassie Peter Staples she won a lot of races for us here when Leigh Wood trained her.” Unfortunately the litter comprising Millie Minor is Smart And Sassy's last, as she died about 11 months ago. “It was sad losing Smart And Sassy last year, but she won’t be forgotten, thanks to this litter,” Cuthbertson said. While Millie Minor was impressive, so too was the John “Beau” Shanahan trained Just As Fancy, who kept his unbeaten record in Tasmania intact with an all the way win in a TGOTBA Division 3 heat. Just As Fancy began brilliantly from box three to lead and all that the others saw in the chase was his hind legs. The powerfully built dog by Premier Fantasy out of Flash Fancy was impressive and his time of 26.13 would suggest he will be a worthy rival for Millie Minor in the final. THE REMAINING Division 3 heat was taken out by Rise Of Taj from the Len Howard kennel. Rise Of Taj (Big Daddy Cool Odile) was sent out the rank outsider at $50, but his good box manners and early speed ensured that he missed the trouble, and he ran a straight line from box seven to the top turn. Winklee Storm matched it with
Rise Of Taj in the home straight, but Howard’s dog kept finding and hit the line with a neck to spare over Winklee Storm, with the favourite, Gracie almost four lengths astern. Gracie is a litter sister to Millie Minor, and she too was making her debut but she missed the start by three lengths and then took fairy-like steps when she almost crashed into the back of the field just passing the 340 metres boxes. Gracie made up many lengths to grab third, thus qualifying for a berth in the final in which she will start from box two. The first two placegetters and the two fastest thirds qualified for a final berth. Just As fancy will start from box three in the final, while Millie Minor will be next door in the four and the other heat winner, Rise Of Taj will wear the yellow vest.
Jethro dug deep
STAR SPRINTER, Jethro had to call on every ounce of his talent to emerge triumphant in a Division 1 heat of the TGOTBA series in Hobart last week. Jethro settled back in the field after beginning only fairly from box seven and then had to weave a path in the home straight to grab victory in the shadows of the post, beating the consistent Like Whisper, with Shanlyn Hirdy flashing home for third. Katsidis made the pace as usual, with Au Revoir hot in pursuit, while Jethro and Lika Whisper stayed in touch to the top turn. Lika Whisper moved up to claim the leaders and hit the front, but he had no answer to Jethro’s powerful finish. Jethro stopped the clock at 26.12, which was a new personal best for the Butch Deverell trained dog. SHANLYN POH clinched his place in the x Division One final with a convincing win in the remaining heat. Black Dog - November 2006 The Graeme Moate 34.5kgs trained dog made the most of the inside alley to land just behind the pace set by
WESTMEAD OSPREY (Westmead Hawk Droopys Jean)
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60% WINNING STRIKE RATE
TRACK RECORDS Henlow 27.21 Henlow 27.25 WON Group 1 2YO Produce Stakes (Swinburn) Group 3 Sittingbourne Standard Eclipse Trial Stakes Walthamstow Puppy Stakes SECOND UK Puppy Cup (Sunderland) Puppy Classic (Nottingham) THIRD Group 2 UK Puppy Derby (Wistow) FINALIST Group 1 Betfair Arc Group 1 Kent Derby Group 1 Henlow Derby
On debut in a heat of the TGOBTA series, Millie Minor, pictured with Karlene Cuthbertson, finished fast to score in 26.17. the speedy Claire Delune, who led to the home turn. However, the more fancied rivals, including star, New Recruit were involved in a jam-up back in the field. Shanlyn Poh cruised past Claire Delune and pinched a break, while Decembrist and New Recruit matched motors when clear in the straight to grab the minor placings.
Silent night CLASSY BITCH, Silent Giggle might not be the best of the quickest chaser in Tasmania, but to her trainer, Loretta Luttrell she is a real star. In Hobart last week the talented bitch produced another impressive performance to win a Division 2 heat of the TGOTBA series over 461 metres. She began well from box six and pushed her way down to the fence to land behind the leader, Dermie, who’d pinged the lids from box one. Silent Giggle eased off the leader’s heels nearing the home turn to challenge, and while Dermie refused to wilt in the home straight, Luttrell’s bitch proved too strong, scoring by a half length, with Soliloquy a distant third. “Every trainer deserves the chance to have one as honest as this
“WESTMEAD OSPREY is one of the very, very best greyhounds I’ve had and always raced against the best. Have a look at his form and his pedigree and it tells you everything you need to know about him. He had more than his share of injuries and always came back to racing. They never affected him. Always chased and in fact is one of the best chasers I’ve ever had”, NICK SAVVA
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Silent Giggle pictured with Claire Robins and trainer, Loretta Luttrell after a TGOBTA series Division 2 heat, having just beaten a very smart field by five lengths in 26.23.
bitch,” Luttrell said. “She has loads of ability but she also is a pleasure to have around the kennel and she such a wonderful nature,” she said. Silent Giggle is a recent winner of the Vets Medley series, proving her versatility over the sprint and middle distances. ‘The plan was to freshen her up for this series, and I think she showed that tonight when she didn’t draw clear of the runner-up that has plenty of ability,” Luttrell said. “But we will push on to try her over the longer distance, with the National Distance Championship in mind,” she said. WHILST Silent Giggle showed her class, there was no more impressive Division 2 heat winner than Speed Direct, who produced a 26.01 Best Of Night run. Speed Direct, prepared by Ted Medhurst, made it five wins in succession when he powered his way to a five lengths win over Magic Moss, with Agent Bluey two and a half lengths further astern. It was an awesome display by the speedster, who has notched seven wins from 10 starts and looks set for a big future. The Brendan Pursell trained Gatty Com showed he will be a force in the Division 2 final with a sensational win in his heat clocking a slick 26.11. Gatty Com showed great early speed to lead from box six and had 11/2 lengths to spare over Jennifer Allen on the line with Disney Bound rattling home from well back to grab third over two lengths astern. Intense Suspense was probably the most impressive of the five Division 2 heat winners. The Rod Ransley trained dog began well from box eight and ran in a straight line to the top turn before crossing down to be three-wide turning for home. But when he slipped into overdrive he quickly put three lengths on his rivals and went on to score by almost six lengths from Classic Camdale, with race leader, Ripple Effect about two lengths away third. MARGARET ROSSENDELL prepares Franklin Bluboy, who had no trouble in winning a heat, leading all the way to score by almost two lengths from the fast-finishing Beaudine with Black Jade hanging on for third. Franklin Bluboy stopped the clock at 26.28 but would probably struggle to place if he runs that time in the final.
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JOHN MILES had tried for 15 years to win the Border Park Galaxy. He knew it was one of Australia’s toughest races to win, so had only been to the Tweed on five occasions. “There was never any point coming up unless you had the right dog,” he said. On Monday, the Gosford trainer knew he had the right dog. He got the right price too. A black dog called Chasing Glory bolted in to win the $25,000 feature by the best part of four lengths - he paid $10. “The wetter it got, the more confident we were,” an elated Miles said. “I had to handle him, but my family backed him and as he kept getting out in the market they went back and backed him some more.” “It was worth $20,000 to the winner, so I normally don’t bet in those races, but we thought we would.” Chasing Glory ($10) defeated
Leeroy Rocker ($2.60 fav) by three and a half lengths, with Marbro Man ($5.50) a head away third. The winner scampered through the sodden track in a moderate 24.06. Chasing Glory took a prominent position behind kennelmate, Chasing de Cash in running before he exploded in the straight to win in commanding fashion. It followed a solid win, albeit in sluggish time, on Saturday. “He came through the heats so well, we went down to the beach on Sunday and he was jumping around like a pup, so I had no doubt he would back -up,” Miles said. Miles will remain at the Tweed until tomorrow before he returns to plot Chasing Glory’s next assault. “To be honest I hadn’t thought past this race,” Miles said. “I’ll probably take him to Wentworth Park next. He’s won there before, and then later on we might
Chasing Glory wins the Tweed Heads Galaxy on Monday.
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look for another one of these Country Challenge races.”' “This has been a big result for us,” he said. - Dan Meers courtesy Gold Coast Bulletin
Chasing Glory, pictured with owner trainer, John Miles after winning the Tweed Heads Galaxy on Monday. - pics courtesy Gold Coast Bulletin
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TROY MURRAY dominated the two heats of the Stayers Cup over the 731 metres at Angle Park last Thursday night, scoring with Kalden Mayhem and Kalden Petroni, as well as winning three other races on the 11-race program. KALDEN MAYHEM maintained his exceptional strike rate over the half-mile trip when the reigning SA Greyhound Of The Year and Distance Greyhound of the Year took out heat one in a close finish. Drawn in box four and starting at short quotes of $1.50, Kalden Mayhem jumped only moderately but mustered pace to settle down fourth through the first turn, where Jessenia Bale was in charge. Improving to be third with a lap to run and moving through to second passing the catching pen, Kalden Mayhem set out after Jessenia Bale, who had built an eight lengths break. Trying to make ground in the back straight but struggling to make any impression, Kalden Mayhem reached the top turn with plenty of work to do, as Jessenia Bale still held a seven lengths advantage. Winding up through the final bend and straightening for home about four lengths adrift of the leader, Kalden Mayhem finished powerfully and edged out the gallant Jessenia Bale in a photo finish. Kalden Mayhem won by a nose to Jessenia Bale in 43.46, with Tiggerlong Bliss third. KALDEN PETRONI recaptured his best form when he put in a dour performance to take out heat two. A $2.40 chance nicely drawn in box one, Kalden Petroni began well but was beaten for early pace, settling second behind early leader, Miss Woods through the first turn. Trailing by just a length with a lap to run and camped on the heels of Miss Woods passing the catching pen, Kalden Petroni was happy to bide her time along the back straight and reached the top turn still a length off the front. Racing alongside of Miss Woods through the final bend and straightening for home with a share of the lead, Kalden Petroni proved too strong. Although Mimicking flashed home, the daughter of Surf Lorian and Abbadale Gold crossed the line one and three quarter lengths ahead in 43.77, while Miss Woods was a close third. MURRAY trained the winner of every race that he contested on the night after Octane Osti took out a Grade 4 event in 29.98, Proven Puzzle then won a Grade 5 race in 30.01 and So Spontaneous was victorious in a Grade 5 in 30.07.
Panic sets in FOUR HEATS of the 531 metres Gawler Breeders were run on the track last Tuesday, with the first two runners past the post in each round making their way through to the final. IZZY MAI backed up her third placing in the Gawler Future Stars final by taking out the opening heat for trainer, Don Turner. Drawn box eight and starting the $1.40 favourite, Izzy Mai jumped safely and crossed to the lead through the first turn. Holding a handy lead in the back straight, Izzy Mai had to dig deep over the closing stages to fend-off the fast finish of Dakota Amigo. Holding on gamely, Izzy Mai defeated Dakota Amigo by a neck in
SA Paul Rehmann 31.26, with Midnight Creed occupying third place. OCTANE SHIRAZ won at his first start on the track by landing the second heat for trainer, Rob Harnas. Donning the check vest, Octane Shiraz ($6.50) commenced nicely and hugged the rail to hold the lead through the first turn. Skipping away with a handy break in the back straight, Octane Shiraz coasted to the line for an easy win over the fast finishing Sun Samba. Octane Shiraz had four lengths to spare over Sun Samba in 31.42, with Unity running on into third place. BELFORD broke through for just his third career win for trainer, Bosco Stamenkovic when successful in heat three. Nicely drawn in box one and starting at $3.80, Belford jumped fairly and showed pace on the rail to share the lead through the first turn. Shooting to a clear lead in the back straight, Belford showed the way for the remainder of the journey, with Stack ’Em High making late ground. Belford crossed the line a length and three quarters clear of Stack ’Em High in 31.42, with Imperial Black back in third place. DON’T PANIC backed up her strong second placing in the Group 3 Breeders Plate final when she took out the final round for trainer, Allen Williams. Starting at surprisingly good quote of $5.10 from box two, Don’t Panic fired out of the boxes and showed pace to lead easily through the first turn. Showing her rivals a clean set of paws down the back straight, Don’t Panic had to dig deep to hold out the fast finish of series favourite, Hope’s Up over the closing stages. Don’t Panic held on for an impressive three quarters of a length victory over Hope’s Up in Best Of Day 30.97, with Southern Express third.
Handler, Tony Holiday and Kalden Mayhem were snapped by Angle Park’s shutterbug, Wally Bulgya after annexing the Shane McQueen Memorial in 35.16 last Thursday night. May SA Greyhound of the Month for trainer, Bosco Stamenkovic. Starting three times during the month in the Group 3 Breeders Plate series at Angle Park, My Little Star won all three starts, including the rich final in a time of 30.51 on a rainaffected track. The daughter of Carlisle Jack and My Little Lady took her record to 13 wins and four placings from just 20 career starts. My Little Star joins Joken Kihael, Johnny Will, Koombooyana Girl and Sometimes Speedy as monthly award winners so far this year.
More mayhem KALDEN MAYHEM took out the SA May Run of the Month award for trainer, Troy Murray after his brilliant
effort in the Shane McQueen Memorial final over 600 metres at Angle Park. Kalden Mayhem overcame a moderate start and early trouble to storm home over the closing stages, overhauling Crazy Heart in the shadows of the post. The reigning SA Greyhound Of The Year and Distance Greyhound of the Year, Kalden Mayhem scored by a length over Crazy Heart in 35.16.
Top Dog MURRAY BRIDGE”S, Shaun Matcott is still holding a massive break in the Leading SA TAB Trainer with 147 winners to the end of May. Petar Jovanovic holds second place on 61, followed by Troy Murray (59) and Lisa Rasmussen (54).
Don Turner has a slender advantage in the Leading Non-TAB Trainer with 7 wins so far, with Ben Rawlings close behind on 6 and Neil Mann is third on 4. Emerley Carlos still holds sway in the Leading SA Stud Dog with 20 winners, two clear of Scull Murphy (18) with Lucky Pristine back in third place on 8. Miss Eva Mai has a small break in the leading SA Brood Bitch with 22 wins, four ahead of Emerley Chant on 18 and seven clear of Keep Token and Token Cabernet on 15 apiece. Judi Hurley still holds the lead in the SA Breeder with 53 points, closely pursued by Ben Murphy on 49, with Don Turner back in third place on 43.
Win brings delight AFTER a frustrating run of placings, Pints Delight broke through for a strong win at Angle Park last Thursday when successful in the Diggers Civil Construction Free For All for trainer, Brian Rayner. Drawn box two, Pints Delight ($4.00 eq fav) came out running at boxrise and shared the lead with Buckaringa Lad through the first turn. Working to a clear lead entering the back straight, Pints Delight worked his way clear and arrived at the top turn with a two lengths break. Stretching the lead to three lengths through the final bend, Pints Delight finished full of running. Drawing away from Buckaringa Lad, the son of Superman and Cool Pints passed the post over five lengths clear of Buckaringa Lad in Best Of Night 29.89, with Deadly Impact holding down third place.
Star shining bright MY LITTLE STAR was rewarded for her recent feats when named the
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A RECORD crowd packed the Wagga Showground on Sunday for the running of the 2012 Wagga Gold Cup. The “house full” sign was hung out after the opening event, with parking inside the facility full and patrons having to park out in Urana Street. The crowd was worthy of a Group 1 final and would go down as perhaps the biggest attending a country greyhound meeting in NSW for 2012 so far. With the Wagga circuit abuzz with excitement, the 10-event card
didn’t disappoint. Uranquinty trainer, Brian Smith claimed the ultimate prize for his large syndicate of owners when Wenzke ($11.60) took out the feature event, the Wagga Gold Cup. It was an emotion-charged win for Smith and will go down as one of the great training performances of recent times. Wenzke took out a heat the week before as a 25/1 outsider, and to win the Cup at double-figure odds again proved Smith’s ability with the lead and collar. The Darren Sultana trained Curly Trick was a gallant runner-up and Tiggerlong Turbo, for Dapto trainer, Margaret Keys, wound up third. The Wagga Cup is worthy of Group status and let’s hope it gets to that stage in the near future. On a night that punters found it hard to pick a winner, roughies kept saluting in every direction. The night’s other features were full of surprises, with Wallendbeen trainer, Jason Wilson snagging the time honoured Butch Pertzel Memorial with Silent Commando, a $9.80 chance. Wilson is a great character around the greyhound track and his
Meet the “Nonlympics”, a group of colourful characters at the Wagga Cup meeting. win was a popular one. Wagga trainer, David Jones aced the Warren’s Flyer Memorial with Ocotillo, a $24.70 pop. Jones only recently took over the training of this little speedster, and the big punting trainer left his money in his pocket, hence the big price on offer. It seemed to be a stunned Jones who accepted the trophy. Yass mentor, Neil Staines again had a successful Wagga Carnival, with Drama Zarr easily winning the Simaroo Lodge final.
A section of the vast crowd that attended last weekend’s Wagga greyhound Gold Cup.
Brian Smith and a huge contingency of owners gathered trackside for this happy snap after Wenzke led from go to whoa in the Graeme Hull Smash Repairs Wagga Gold Cup over 525 metres, clocking 30.55 at the Showground circuit last Sunday. Staines enjoys the Wagga Carnival and every year finds plenty of winners around Carnival time. Another Wagga trainer, Dave Cox joined the winners circle when Pearls Choice took out the RSM Bird Cameron Shootout with Pearls Choice ($7.60).
June Pertzel and Jason were proud of the Commando’s three and lengths win in the Brian Memorial, running the 400 trip in 23.19.
Wilson Silent a half Pertzel metres
PLENTY OF EYES were focussed out west of Sydney last Saturday night when the Richmond GRC staged one of its main features of the year, the Richmond Oaks, with victory going to a regular winning combo of Jason Mackay and owner, Martin Hallinan. The high-profile team have had phenomenal success with the August 2009 litter of Malfoy and Or Catra, and added yet another trophy to the mantlepiece when Zipping Catra led most of the way in the $15,000 to winner final. The 535 metres feature saw Vintage Blend the popular pick with punters, however, the fastest qualifier was never out of bother and never raised the hopes of her supporters. From the jump Search Party began best from box two, with Zipping Catra in the green vest also well placed at the first corner. Search Party led to the back but Zipping Catra always had her covered, and once the 29kg white Raced by Fiona and Martin Hallinan, the Jason Mackay trained Zipping Catra, seen here surrounded by and fawn chaser took the lead it personalities, won the Richmond Oaks last Saturday, recording a new PB and Best Of Night 30.49 to snare her was times and margins, thanks eighth victory at her 24th raceday appearance. judge. Page 10 - National Greyhound Form, Thursday, June 14th, 2012
The run by Pearls Choice, who has been contesting the shorter course events, was outstanding and suggested a future trip to the ‘big smoke’ could be on the cards. Rustic Shiraz ($6.60) was another impressive winner, taking out the Cup Consolation for Springside’s Wes McDonald. In other racing, Major Quake ($10.90) got under punters guards again for Wagga trainer, Mat Adams in the Canteen Ladies Consolation, while Wowser ($17.60) went better than his name suggests for another Wagga trainer, Chris Glasscott, with an all the way win in the Rules Club feature. To round-out the night, Go Wild Diva ($14.70) was the lone Victorian winner for Shirley Collison, and Rod Oakman sent the crowd rocking when Sarah Packs landed some good bets in the last at the juicy odds of ($16.20). All in all a fantastic night of racing, with the only hiccup being the PA deciding not to work for the Cup, but really it didn’t detract from a sensational night and only added to the drama and theatre of the evening. - Wagga Wrangler
NSW Ron Arnold Zipping Catra turned for home nicely clear, with a swooper, Proven Pontiac late on the scene. But Zipping Catra passed the post one and three quarter lengths ahead of Proven Pontiac, with Search Party holding down third, a further three and a quarter lengths away. In winning her first race at the Londonderry circuit, Zipping Catra clocked 30.49, taking her earnings to over $50,000, due to eight wins and nine placings from 24 career starts. Proven Pontiac (Proven Alias x Proven Rayne), trained by Simon Gafa, after 42 career starts has notched seven wins and 14 placings, whilst Search Party the John Finn prepared (Where’s Pedro x Paua To Explode) has had 19 starts for six wins and five placings.
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STAYING STAR, Miata arrived at Albion Park for the heats of the Group 1 Gold Cup over 710 metres last Thursday night without the benefit of a look at the track. She had to sit outside Yowyeh for more than a lap of the track but in the end the foregone conclusion everyone expected rolled out. Miata stormed away in the straight to win in 41.89. The daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Winsome Bluebird scored by an ever-increasing seven and a quarter lengths over Yowyeh, with a nose to third placed Abby Shiraz, who ran on well. Miata took her record to 24 wins and two placings from 28 starts. “That was good for her first look at the track,” said trainer and partowner, Paul Stuart. He reported that Miata had travelled well from WA to Queensland for the series and they will stay in Queensland for the week leading up to this week’s final. He is kenneled with Dave Robartson at Churchable. Stuart said Miata would be improved by last Thursday night’s heat win. “It was her first run in two weeks and she will benefit from the race,” he said. He admitted he had been a bit easy on the bitch after her Sandown Cup third. The bitch will have her normal couple of straight gallops in preparation for the final. Stuart said he was uncertain if Miata would stay to run in the Superstayers Invitation the week after the Gold Cup final. “There is a 595 metres race at Sandown in July that is worth $40,000,” said Stuart. WITCH ON WHEELS continued her great form by winning a heat of the Gold Cup. And the run impressed her new trainer, Tony Brett, who has had the daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Sionara Baby for only a few weeks. She scored by a neck over Victorian visitor, her litter brother, Double Jeopardy, with a length and a quarter to Tango Tapper running the race of her life to get third. Local hope, Mocha Shocker was fourth. Witch On Wheels has now won her past four starts, and her past two at Albion Park. It was her 10th win in 45 starts.
QLD David Brasch Brett was high in praise of the bitch. “She just keeps plugging away,” said Tony. “That was a really good run.” Double Jeopardy and Mocha Shocker battled each other throughout the early stages of the race, giving Witch On Wheels the sitting shot at them. Witch On Wheels looked all over the winner when she loomed up approaching the home turn but was checked off the heels of the leaders. However, she lost little momentum and came back at Double Jeopardy to win on the line.
Right to plan MICK PATTERSON was emotional when his grand galloper, He Knows Uno swept into the final of this week’s Group 1 Gold Cup at Albion Park. It’s been Mick’s target with He Knows Uno for months and everything he has done with the son of Primo Uno and Honeymoon’s Over has been with this series in mind. And Mick warned rivals the “adopted Queenslander” would find “a little something” for this week’s rich final. The son of Primo Uno and Honeymoon’s Over scored by a length and a quarter over Shimaguni, with four lengths to Hail A Mail third. It was his 26th win in 61 starts, and his 14th at Albion Park. Patterson was over the moon with the victory, which continues his great record on the track. He has already won the Group 1 Brisbane Cup, as well as the Gold Coast Cup and Flying Amy Classic. He Knows Uno has been crying out for a change in “riding tactics” in his races at Albion Park. He had been pitted against moderate opposition before the Gold Cup heat and has found himself in front too soon, thus he’s been burning himself out. “The speed was always going to be on in his heat, and that was always going to play right into his paws,” said Mick. “And that’s what happened.”
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High class WA staying bitch, Miata proved her Sandown defeat form wrong when she made a sharp late sprint before winning a Macro Meats Gold Cup heat at Albion Park, running Best Of Night 41.89. Sandown Cup winner, Irma Bale sped out to lead clearly but was quickly joined by Shimaguni and Hail A Mail. He Knows Uno was well back at this stage, but turning into the back straight he started to make ground. From the 600 metres boxes he surged up and near the line was running right away. “This run will top him right off for the final,” said Patterson. “He was pretty wound-up tonight but the run will do him good. It doesn’t matter where he draws in the final. “I want lots and lots of early speed on in the final.”
Runs on the board TENDULKAR continued to put the runs on the board when he led throughout to win a heat of the 520 metres Flying Amy Classic at Albion Park last Thursday night. The Christina Apap kennel pitched in for a good win on the royally bred son of Brett Lee and Miss Brook, who scored by four and three quarter lengths to Super Earner, with a nose to Our Don third. It was his fifth win from 10 starts. Tendulkar is a litter brother to Vince Curry winner, Brook Lee, and Christina said there was only a good length between the pair at breaking in. “But this dog is very, very green,” she said. “We have got sick of him hitting the running rail in his early races.” Tendulkar has overcome the ‘green pup’ tag and is now a polished allrounder. He ran a sharp 30.14 after early sections of 5.76 and 11.59. Tendulkar was bred and is raced by Paul Felgate, who bred and trained his mother, the great Miss Brook, the winner of, amongst other Group races, the Albion Park Gold Cup. BOGIE MAGIC put himself on target to complete the “Bogie Ace” double when he won a Classic heat. The son of El Galo and Bogie Gem ran 30.38 when scoring by a length and a half over Elly
Bouche, with five lengths to Gardam Ace third. Bogie Magic, bred and raced by Les Bein and trained by Ryan Ayre, was coming off a win in the Mick Byrne Memorial at headquarters. Bein’s former star galloper, Bogie Ace had won the Byrne Memorial/Flying Amy classic double back in 2008. Ryan was disappointed with the run-home time of 12.92. “The track is a bit soft, which could account for that,” he said, “but I was a bit easy on the dog after the previous week’s final.” Bogie Magic took his record to 10 wins in 19 starts, six of those have been at Albion Park. UNDERRATED sprinter, Jean’s Work will head into his third feature final in the Flying Amy Classic.
The son of Collision and Splitting Hairs overcame difficulties to win a heat last week in 30.70, scoring by three quarters of a length over the fast finishing Never Tell, with a length and three quarters to third placed Sarah’s Ace. It was his seventh win in 14 starts. He has already won the Eric Thomson Maiden Final at Albion Park late last year and then made the final of the Ipswich Auction. Breeder, owner and trainer, Di Buxton says she will step up the dog’s racing after he contests the Classic final. “I think he is the sort of dog that needs to do a lot more racing,” said Di. “He relishes it and just loves going racing.”
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ROY GALO collected the GOBIS Bonus by easily taking out the Bring Your Club To Sandown Maiden Final over 515 metres. Drawn in box seven as favourite at $2.10 after a heat win when on debut, the Stan Ralph trained youngster was out well and quickly found the front to lead down to the first peg in 5.10, with Mepunga Kirsty second and Why Not Lindsay out wide third. Roy Galo had the speed on around to the back, passing through the second checkpoint in 18.81 with a six lengths lead on Where’s Ray and a further four lengths to Why Not Lindsay. Roy Galo was in a race on his own and he made his way to the Judge. He romped home a 12¼ lengths winner over Where’s Ray ($9.10), with Why Not Lindsay ($14.50) four and three quarter lengths further afield. Roy Galo, a son of El Galo and Xanadu Dancer, owned by the Talbony Syndicate, stopped the clock at the new PB and Best Of Night time of 29.29.
No Fyna stayer FYNA BALE, yet another member of the all-conquering Bartrim Bale and Amelia Bale litter, gave a dashing display to take out the Dingley Football Club Grade 5 over 715 metres. After lining up in box two at $2.50, the black stayer won the jump but was quickly headed by Elite Chi Chi, who led them to the first mark in 6.18, with Fyna Bale second and Gold Affair Two on her outer a close third. Fyna Bale railed to the lead turning into the straight the first time and led past the post in 15.89, with Alpe D’Huez now second and Gold Affair Two a handy third. Fyna Bale was doing it well up front and reached the back turn in 30.60, but Alpe D’Huez was just starting to close on the leader, although three lengths down, with Gold Affair Two a further four lengths away. Fyna Bale refused to concede any ground at all over the concluding stages and ended up holding Alpe D’Huez ($2.40 fav) by three and a quarter lengths in the run to the line, with Gold Affair Two ($11.10) picking up third money, two and a quarter lengths away. Fyna Bale, trained by Andrea
First use of the track and a lack of serious competition, no matter what the reason, Roy Galo is one very hot youngster. A gusty heat winner on June 3 in 29.78, this promising son of El Galo and Xanadu Dancer came out running and after showing all the hallmarks of his famous dad, posted a 29.29 Maiden win. Raced by the Talbony Syndicate and trained by Stan Ralph, the 20 months-old puppy was joined trackside breeder, Max Maas and part owner, Vicky Cleghorn.
Dailly for Paul Wheeler, clockedg 41.88 to tick-up her first win in three tries at the trip, whilst taking her career tally to nine wins in 38 starts.
getting to third ahead of Why Not Lizzie. Coolan Miss was doing it well out in front and paused the timer at
23.22 for the second split, where her lead was five lengths over Dream Rattler, with Garett Bale now third then a long gap to Ascari. Coolan Miss was never in any danger and did it as she liked to the Judge, defeating Dream Rattler ($34.90) by six and a quarter lengths,
with Garett Bale ($5.90) coming in third, two and a half lengths back. Coolan Miss, a daughter of Meticulous and Giddigan, has won 14 of her 39 outings. Owned by the Coolan Syndicate, this was the black chaser’s first win at the trip at her third try.
Got home best TAKE IT HOME got home the best along the rail to score in heat two of the Crameries Produce Royal Waive Grade 5 over 595 metres. Wearing the green vest at $11.90, the son of Cash Express and Campus Flower was out alright but wound up back sixth as they made their way into the straight the first time, where Miss Abilene showed the way over Czar and Come On Luann. Miss Abilene headed the field down to the first marker in 9.19 with a half length on Come On Luann and a length to Czar in third spot, with Take It Home sixth. Mini Emily made a forward move to rail her way to the front and reached the back turn in 23.38, with Miss Abilene second and Come On Luann third, while Take It Home had tried to follow Mini Emily through and was now fourth. Take It Home railed into second spot coming to the final bend, and by taking the shortest route, found the lead just after straightening then going on to beat Mini Emily ($3.10 fav) by a length, with Fire Up Nate ($32.60) three quarters of a length further adrift. Take It Home, trained by Jason Sharp for the First Dog Syndicate, and at his ninth try here at the trip posted 34.28 to register his first win. This was the black chaser’s 63rd start, with this victory being his 11th.
Flying miss COOLAN MISS ran a flying Best Of Night 33.99 to take out heat three of the TAB website Grade 5 over 595 metres. Rated on top at $3.10 out of box three, the Jim Redenbach trained chaser was out reasonably but quickly mustered pace to lead Dream Rattler into the straight the first time. Getting down to the line first, it was Coolan Miss through the first split in 9.11 with three lengths on Dream Rattler and Proven Chevy was
Geoff Lance, Don Cooke and Jimmy Redenbach enjoyed Coolan Miss’s first success over the 595 metres trip. The daughter of Meticulous and Giddigan was untroubled in her all the way victory, posting a sizzling 33.99 victory.
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Former outstanding stayer, Elektra has certainly left her stamp on her progeny. The successful dam has been a prolific producer, and Lektra Fly continued his good form with an all the way win over the 595 metres trip in 34.44. Raced by Phil Lenehan and trained at Balliang by Mark Delbridge, the black chaser has now won 25 of his 96 starts.
It’s taken nine runs over the 595 metres trip for Take It Home to finally produce his best. The son of Cash Express and Campus Flower struck pay dirt with his barnstorming finish to notch his 11th career win. Raced by the First Dog Syndicate and trained at Lara by Jason Sharp, who is pictured with wife, Jessica, Take It Home hit the line in a slick 34.28. NATIONAL GREYHOUND FORM NOW ON SALE WEDNESDAY IN NSW - Distributed by John Fairfax.
ANDY LORD may be out of the top slot at present in the Sydney Trainers Premiership race, but at Dapto last Thursday night he had all the aces in the Greyhound Products Direct final. With an all the way victory by Proven Daisy, the Cawdor mentor relegated a Pauline Moran trained chaser to second spot. Of course you know that it’s the Moran kennel that holds a slender lead on the Sydney table at present. Proven Daisy was a reserve for the $2,500 to winner final, however, gained a start from box three and went straight to the front at boxrise. for the 520 metre journey. The charge to the first turn saw Proven Daisy hold an advantage over Ozi Pride and Half Empty, while the favourite, Provoked was tightened for room in a traffic snarl. Heading to the back the leader was able to slip clear of Half Empty giving chase, while there was plenty of trouble behind them. Proven Daisy led them off the back and really hit top gear to drop Half Empty, while Addiction was working home from a long way back but giving an impossible start when they turned for home. Racing right away over the concluding stages, Proven Daisy was a dominant eight lengths winner over the fast finishing Addiction, with a length to Half Empty third. In the her third race win at the dogdome Proven Daisy clocked 29.84 for the 520 metres trip, which is a career best time. Proven Daisy, by Path To Power out of Proven Babe, overall has had seven starts for three wins with one placing. Addiction (Bit Chili x Kowem Girl) has contested 18 races for three wins and nine placings, whilst Half Empty (Over Flo x Nova Lina), prepared by Simon Gafa, from 22 career starts has notched two wins and 11 placings. SOUTH COAST trainer, Owen Makin has had good success in recent times, and his luck continued when Black Rogue scored a solid win in the Sportingbet Stake over 520 metres. Exiting box one, Black Rogue jumped well and matched motors with She Can Sew as they raced into the first corner. She Can Sew found the front leav-
LIKE MANY feature races around the land, Albion Park’s Gold Cup has had quite a few sponsors over a long period of time. Currently it’s Ray Borda’s company, Macro Meats. One thing that has been static all the way through since the first running at the Gabba in Brisbane in 1974 has been the tag “Gold Cup”. And when you look through the list of winners, in Norman May’s words, it’s gold, gold, gold! There’s no Bold Trease or Lizrene, but there’s likely to be the name “Miata” on the honour roll after this Thursday’s $75,000 to the winner final. I was going to compile my “Best 8” Gold Cup winners since 1974. but I’ve decided that it can’t be done. There are 38 winners from which to choose and I can’t trim that number back to a top eight. To do so requires eliminating several very worthy candidates. So how about a Top 12? Dotie Wilson goes in because she’s the only dual winner, that being in 1975 and 1976.
ing the straight from Black Rogue, and as they went down the back the leading duo got away from their rivals. Coming down the side She Can Sew led, however, Black Rogue was closing and by the home turn had ranged alongside. After drawing to the front, Black Rogue kicked clear in the straight, with Jack’s Pocket and Circuit Breaker the late swoopers. But Black Rogue went on to beat Jack’s Pocket by a length in 30.21, with Circuit Breaker a further two and a half lengths back in third spot. A newcomer to the Dapto layout, Black Rogue, by Bombastic Shiraz from Fancy Smile, to date has had 31 career starts for 12 wins and seven placings. Jack’s Pocket (Hallucinate x Charm Forever), trained by Ruth King, has raced 44 times for eight wins and 17 placings, whilst Circuit Breaker (Collision x Electric Miss) for trainer, Ray Holt, has produced nine wins and 22 placings from 74 carer starts. BACK TO BACK WINS saw the Simon Rhodes prepared Brandi Allen lead throughout over 600 metres. And he’s showing improved strength, which may find the Wheeler bred chaser heading for the half-mile journey in the near future. From box one, Brandi Allen went straight to the front with Ambush and Olive Millie a close third they hit the one lap mark. Brandi Allen was challenged by Ambush as they went to the back, with the latter looking good. However, Brandi Allen wouldn’t drop off and loomed up again on the outside to challenge Ambush coming down the side. When heads were turned for home Brandi Allen drew to the front and was untroubled in the run to the judge, scoring by three and a half lengths from Olive Millie in 34.79, with Ambush a further two lengths away third. Brandi Allen, a son of Collision and Olivia Allen, and has now had 43 career starts for eight wins and 16 placings. Olive Millie (El Galo x Gogo Sutro), trained by Ken Lewis, with 28 career starts producing six wins and eight placings, whilst the James Willoughby trained Ambush (Bit Chili x Bridzilla) after 33 career starts has produced five wins and eight placings. - Ron Arnold
QLD Paul Dolan National Star beat an absolute crackerjack field around the Gabba in 1985, and Tony Zammit’s 1992 winner, Elusive Odie goes in. That was the last Gold Cup run at the Gabba, and she ran a race record for the 704 metres of 41.37. Zammit’s 2004 winner, Trojan Tears is a gimme. She went on to become Queensland and New South Wales Greyhound Of The Year. In 1995 Miss Cruise for Alan Pringle was quite devastating, and her win sticks in my mind, as too does Boronia Blossom in 1996 for Ron Ball. Total Denial for Pauline Moran is remembered for his great battle to nose out Boomeroo in a terrific finish in 2002.
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MIRO BOLT, at an age and with an injury suggesting he should be retired, won his first Wentworth Park race last weekend. Trained at Goulburn by Andrew Rowe for his parents, Ernie and Maureen, Miro Bolt led throughout. In 2008 Rowe bought the dog for only $750, whilst paying $1500 at the same auction for a youngster called Toxic Dream. “They have won 26 races for me,”' Rowe said last week. “It is a miracle Miro Bolt is racing because he busted the third joint on his railing leg, an injury that usually means the end of a dog’s career.” “And he is a veteran, turning five in January.” Rowe trains seven greyhounds and drives the lure at Goulburn dogs and at Wenty Park on trial nights. ********** POPPY GAZZ wound up his Australian career with a personal best 29.85 win over 520 metres at Wentworth Park last weekend. Londonderry trainer, Lindsay Niccol and Queensland owner, John Budwee are sending the dog to Lisa Ahern, ‘the Gai Waterhouse’ of New Zealand greyhound racing.
RACING QUEENSLAND LIMITED (RQL) has announced prizemoney increases for the coming racing year across all three codes of racing in Queensland, totalling $3.5 million. These initiatives will become effective from September 1, 2012. RQL Chairman, Kevin Dixon said that the changes announced today have been made possible thanks to the new State Government’s $5 million commitment to the Queensland Thoroughbred Investment Scheme (QTIS). “The funding allocation to QTIS from the Government has freed-up funds previously used by RQL for this purpose, which can now be redirected toward much needed prizemoney,” said Mr. Dixon. “In addition, RQL has identified internal administration savings, which will be reallocated and used to fund the remaining $1 million of the increase.” "Whilst prizemoney is still far from parity with the southern states, RQL recognises that the new LNP Government has acted quickly to assist the industry," added Mr. Dixon. An immediate priority for the RQL
Given that times mean everything in greyhound racing, 2005 winner, Last Quoted for John Mooney goes in as the fastest Gold Cup winner at Albion Park, running 41.74. Paul Felgate’s Miss Brook in 2006 was a very special greyhound. And what about Miss Grub for Glenda Dart in 2007, with her characteristic barnstorming finish that she used to produce? I’m including 2008 winner, Chinatown Lad for Tasmania’s Shane Whitney, whilst winner, Queen Lauryn for Tony Brett virtually picks herself in any ‘best of’ series. So there’s my top dozen Gold Cup winners from a list of 38. If you wanted to argue the case for the likes of Bobby Boucheau, Nellie Noodles, Rocket To Turbid, Mary Casey, or others ahead of those that I have chosen, I would concede you have very valid reasons. History shows this to be just an outstanding race. Miata’s presence this year continues in that vein.
Poppy Gazz’s five wins include a near record 35.48 over 618 metres at Richmond, so he should be a sensation behind NZ’s finish-on lure. ********** DUBBO breeder, Leighton Winter’s gamble paid off handsomely when he took on suspect chaser, Total Fancy. When she failed to complete the course after not chasing keenly in a trial, her frustrated owner, Dennis Barnes made a gift of her to Winter. Londonderry trainer, Pauline Moran eventually won a couple of city races with Total Fancy, and now her offspring, Total Terror and Total Sensation, have scored seven city wins and over $42,000 prizemoney. ********** HUNTER VALLEY trainer, Russell Mansley has lodged an appeal against a six months disqualification imposed by GRNSW stewards. Mansley, who runs a successful plumbing business but has trained as a hobby for over two decades, was outed after four of his dogs returned positive
urine samples to Firocoxib, a prohibited substance. Thrilling Bloom and Low Key produced positive samples after wins on February 10 and March 10, while Thrilling Frank and Thrilling Bloom also showed traces of the drug after landing the quinella in the $34,875 Betfair Cup final at Wentworth Park on March 17. Mansley pleaded guilty to presenting the greyhounds “not free of a prohibited substance”, but argues he administered tablets containing Firocoxib within the rules. “On veterinary advice I gave the tablets more than 72 hours before the dogs raced,” Mansley said. “These are neither performanceenhancing nor steroids, but are antiinflammatories used to combat arthritis and inflammation of the joints. “The stewards said I cut it fine by giving the tablets 74 to 75 hours before the races, but surely the 72 hours rule should be exactly what it states. “And after Thrilling Bloom’s swab came back positive on February 10, I should have been notified immediately, so I could stop using the tablets. “Instead, 39 days went by before the positive February 10 outcome was passed on to me.”
board has been to ensure that metropolitan midweek thoroughbred racing is once again competitive and have therefore resolved to increase prizemoney from $13,000 per race to $17,000. At the same time, metropolitan midweek meetings will return to eight races. In addition, 42 midweek races for two and three year-old horses will now be classed as QTIS bonus races, carrying added prizemoney of $10,000 per race, giving these races a total purse of $27,000. “This initiative means that metropolitan midweek meetings will increase from total prizemoney of $91,000 to $146,000 per meeting, which is an increase of 60%,” said Mr. Dixon. “We know that better prizemoney attracts better fields, which in turn attracts higher wagering, and it is wagering that keeps the industry ticking over.” Mr. Dixon said that country thoroughbred racing will also benefit from this announcement with non-strategic race meetings’ prizemoney increasing from $4000 per race, to $5000. “RQL has stated an intention of
achieving prizemoney parity between strategic and non-strategic racedays, and today’s announcement represents the first move toward that aim,” said Mr. Dixon. “It is our intention to move to $6000 as funding becomes available. This is in addition to the $1 million funding pledged by the LNP for 20 extra country racing meetings.” Harness and greyhound racing have also been given a much needed injection, with each code allocated $400,000 in additional prizemoney funding. “The allocation to harness racing will be used to add races to existing meetings, allowing Saturday night meetings to be increased to 10 races, and Wednesday and Thursday meetings to nine races,” Mr. Dixon said In addition, four Monday race meetings will be run during July to trial the concept. “In regard to greyhound racing, the $400,000 will be used to add race meetings throughout the racing year to bolster the currently scheduled program,” said Mr. Dixon. - Hollie Roberts RQL Snr. Comunications Officer
Still a goer THE IPSWICH Magical Puppy Auction was introduced back in 1987 and is still going strong. There have been minimal changes to the original concept of puppies going through the sale and being eligible for a rich race 18 months later. Various race club committees over the years have subscribed to the theory of “If it ain’t broke, why try and fix it?” There have been, however, some minor changes to try and keep pace with the times. Some changes have worked well, others haven’t and were dropped. This year the sale will move from its traditional Sunday timeslot to a Saturday. The date is October 27, with the sale to be held from 4.30pm. The sale is more compact nowadays because of the condition introduced a few years ago, whereby people can enter pups that they intend to buy back and not have to produce those pups through the sale ring.
This condition has proved quite popular. Once again there is a sliding scale of fees to have pups in the auction, albeit catalogued or non catalogued. The cheapest way to enter pups is to do so by June 29. This year’s sale is for pups born between October 1, 2011 and June 1 this year.
Worth winning? THE TRAINERS JACKPOT at Ipswich race meetings hasn’t been won for a few months. It was worth $3,055 on Tuesday of last week. The jackpot dog, Lil Maso finished unplaced. Trainers have the option to put in $5.00 to participate in the jackpot. As the amount grows, more people choose to participate… for obvious reasons. It’s going to be a nice reward when the next jackpot greyhound wins.
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I RANG Peter Pearson asking if he’d had a phone call from Little River trainer, John Maple saying “I wish”. Attached to Pete’s column last week was a story on the “Cheer The Five For Kids” month at Bendigo, and there was a photo of John with “Sol’s Favourite”. Actually, the dog was Sol’s Phantom, and with no disrespect to this young chaser, he isn’t Sol’s Favourite. Still, this son of Sisco Cruise and Magic Orchid is only beginning his career and has a long way to go. Sol’s Favourite was owned and trained by Jim Solly, and he won a Waterloo Cup, as well as running third in an Australian Cup, beaten by two of the best dogs of their time, Black Diro and Petite Panther. Sol’s Favourite, a son of Lindy’s Boy and Sol’s Pick, was a litter brother of illfated champion, Dash Of White. Just diversifying, Lindy’s Boy was a brother of Venetian Court and Roman Earl, and from a lot less opportunities she produced some really top class dogs. Anyhow, when Sol’s Favourite retired, he stood at stud at Jim’s place, and oddly enough, along with Red Atlanta, Jim ended up with Phantom’s Heir there too. And John Maple had a good association with Jim for many years, and I reckon that’s where Sol’s Phantom might have got his name. By golly, if he ends up half as good as either, then Sol’s Phantom will be a top class chaser for sure.
OVER the years I’ve heard some great sayings come from trainers. One trainer, on being told by the Club President that his dog had just won in the slowest time ever on that track, asked, “But you’re still going to pay me the same money aren’t you?” Following on from the same piece of banter was, “Don’t you feel guilty taking the first prizemoney?” “No,” was the reply, “I’d rather that than be beaten in the fastest time of the night.” And then another wag chipped in with, “Gee, that sure is a slow dog.” To which a reply was fired, “Well,
how would you like to be feeding the seven that he beat?” A trainer, on being asked how his charge would go in a big race final, had the deadpan response, “We’ll, if he gets to the front and stays there, he’ll probably win.” Can’t argue with that one, can you? On being asked why his dog had run last, one trainer stated the obvious with, “I guess the other seven ran faster.” Another trainer reported to an owner that the dog had been well tried, “Went out at ten to one; came in at nine to four.” “I reckon just over three hours to run five hundred yards is a wee bit slow.”
MANY of us were fans of Dyna Lachlan when he raced, and equally as many are keen to see if he can make it as a sire. Well, I spotted one youngster sired by the former great, and that’s Razza Bale. She’s a September 2010 whelp from Spiral Bale (Spiral Nikita x Arivada Bale), so she lacks nothing on the breeding aspect. To date, this black youngster has started just six times, picking up four wins. After two starts she broke through at Geelong over 520 metres, taking out a Maiden heat in 30.27. She followed up by winning the final in 30.29. Then she scored at The Meadows over 525 metres in 30.29 then made it four straight by winning at Sandown over 515 metres in 29.79. That’s a good start for her and her sire, more so considering her wins have been at “500”.
I JUMPED onto Greyhound Data the other night, as I wanted to check out the full pedigree of former great sprinter/ stayer, Symmetry. So I typed his name into the search… and guess what? Seven Symmetry’s came up. Spotting Flying Penske in the sire column, I clicked that, and guess what? Up came Symmetry, a July 2008 son of Flying Penske and Iron Butterfly, a daughter of Dodgem By Design. Obviously not the Symmetry I wanted, as “mine” was not a resident of the USA, nor was he bred there. So I hit the back button and clicked on the other Symmetry, a son of Flying Penske and Classy Creek. Fortunately, this was the right one. I hit the back button again and found the other five were all UK chasers that lived in the 1800’s. But we have two in the 21st century, both male and both by Flying Penske. The Australian one is already a stud dog, and as for the American one, well to date, according to the stats, there he has no starts and no offspring.
BIOCHEMISTRY PROFILES WHEN WE take a biochemistry profile we are hoping that all the internal maladies will be revealed. Sadly this is not often the case, and while they can be very helpful, they give a glimpse of main organ function at a single moment in time. What we are measuring are the levels of various enzymes, such as the liver enzyme ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase) in the bloodstream. Using liver enzyme, ALT, as an example, this is an enzyme that is present in liver tissue mainly. When there is damage to the liver cell then the ALT escapes and is present in the bloodstream. Some trace of this enzyme is tolerated, and in this case a level of below 60 mmol/litre is regarded as normal leakage. There are four main liver enzymes. They are ALT, AST (Aspartate Aminotransferase) ALP (Alkaline Phosphatase) and GGT (gamma glutamyl transpeptidase). Unfortunately, even though these four enzymes are present in the liver, they are present in other tissues, and for the
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two main parameters ALT and AST, they are present in muscle cells in reasonable amounts. ALT is the most liver specific, however, after a run, because of ALT leakage from muscle cells, it is present at high levels for FIVE days after a run. The enzyme is quite slow to be cleared from the bloodstream. It is very sensitive to minor liver damage. For example physical trauma to the right side of the abdomen may increase its level, while drugs such as Rimadyl, Cortisone or Chloramphenicol will give an increase, and also low-grade bacterial intestinal infections that produce gut toxins are a very common cause of ALT elevation. AST is less volatile than ALT, therefore if the liver is damaged and AST is elevated, then the damage is substantial. However, it is also present in muscle.
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We may just be safe there, but if per chance he does end up as a sire, we might run into some trouble. Yes, we desperately need that world wide database of names, and we need it yesterday.
It gets worse
NOT ONLY do we need a worldwide database… we need a better one here in Australia too. Okay, if we’re going to stuff-up on names, we are going to stuff-up in the best possible way. A couple of years back we had a smart chaser in Victoria called Betty Boo. From memory, I think she won 9 on the trot. She was a daughter of Elite State and Same View, and I noticed she’s only recently had a litter of pups to Westmead Hawk. Now when she raced, I could have sworn I’d seen the name before. Nothing unusual there, as we can recycle names, providing “x” amount of time has lapsed and the dog was never bred from or won a Group race… or something along those lines. Again I dived onto Greyhound Data and there were four Betty Boo’s there. As I suspected, there had been a Betty Boo here before. She was whelped in October 1989 and was a daughter of Bulgana and Romantic Lady. As it turned out, she had three litters of pups, to Pure Talent, Fox Hunt and Moonambel Prince. Not only did she produce 13 pups, she produced a lot of winners, such as Lady Betty, Mercator, Peekaboo Run, Timon and Prince Ambel. Quite obviously we can’t have two modern day Betty Boo’s that have been bred from, one MUST have a change of name, and it has the be the most recent one.
Lad looking good
SPOTTED a Mantra Lad youngster named Avon Gold in at Traralgon on June 2. From former top class chaser, Avon Lyla May, Avon Gold stepped out in a Maiden over 513 metres and blew her opposition away with a nine and a quarter lengths win. Owned and trained by John Norden, Avon Gold looks to have a promising future and is a great start to Mantra Lad’s stud career. As for Mantra Lad, I guess there is a chance that he could end up a leading sire at some point, and even though we rate him as a sprinter/stayer, as a stayer he was as good as any we’ve had in many a year. I suppose the reason he could end up a leading sire is because he could sprint with the best of them too. That of course may divide the ranks of opinion,,, is he making it because he could sprint, or because he could stay. ALP is an enzyme present in the bile ducts and adjacent liver cells. Elevations are common with a congested bile system. Cortisone injections or tablets cause a marked rise in ALP levels. In young growing dogs ALP levels are high and this release of enzyme from the bone can also occur in older dogs with healing fractures or cancerous conditions. GGT is present in many body tissues and could never be used as a single marker for liver disease, but it is significant if it is elevated with a concurrent elevation of ALT and/or AST and ALP. One thing that is common with all four of these enzymes is that they are very sensitive to cortisone, which is a natural by-product of stressful lifestyle of our dogs. Mild elevations of liver enzymes in post-race samples may simply mean that your dog is doing his best. And always remember that elevated biochemistry results from blood samples taken within five days of a race are usually dismissed as irrelevant by competent veterinarians. Walnut Veterinary Clinic 84 Clarendon Street Cranbourne, 3977 (03) 5995 5255
The offspring will give you the answer, as if his pups can win Group sprint races then I would think he’d get plenty of patronage. And if he can produce Group winning stayers, then that’s a bonus. But honestly, his chances of hitting the top of the sires list will be based upon what his sprinting offspring can do. In Victoria it’s been a real long time since any stayer dominated the sires lists, and I’d have to go back to the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when we had great stud dogs like Fawn Scout and Venetian Court. I would rate Gold Grotto as Venetian Court’s best son, and of course besides winning a Melbourne Cup, he went on the become a leading sire also. Fawn Scout threw a host of champions, including Sargood, Lena Black, Lord Baden, Ann’s Judy, Landena, Westmore and The Little Gent, to name a select few. His progeny too carried on his name, and if you care to trace back through the pedigrees of many modern day stars, you’ll find Fawn Scout as well as Venetian Court in the bloodlines. Now here’s a place to get a guide if we have a chance of seeing a stayer top the sires list. Venetian Court and Fawn Scout won the Sandown Cup in 1965 and 1966 respectively, and the modern day male winners of the race are Chinatown Lad (2008), Mantra Lad (2009) and Bobby Boucheau (2011). All three of these dogs ran track records on top of their Group 1 successes and all three are exceptionally well bred. Chinatown Lad is a son of Lilli Pilli Lad, who as we know was a full brother of Awesome Assassin from Chinatown Babe, a daughter of US sire, Fortified Rush and the Gun Law Osti bitch, Counter Power. Mantra Lad is a son of Pure Octane and Al Fresco, with both of those dogs sires, Token Prince and Royal Pilgrim, being sons of Malawi’s Prince, whilst his damline shows the top matron, Elusive Rebel and Prize Dancer, who is a daughter of Spanish Dance. Bobby Boucheau is a son of the allconquering Bombastic Shiraz from Dallas Gypsy, a daughter of US stud dog, EJ’s Douglas and Advert, who is the same female line as Head Honcho. So as you can clearly see, all three have the right credentials, but of course the key is to get as many brood bitches as possible… because the more pups you have racing, the better your chances of reaching the top.
THERE haven’t been a real lot of bitches imported into Australia for breeding, but seeing as I mentioned Bulgana in the previous piece; it got me thinking about the fact that he had a lot of imported blood in his veins. His maternal grand dam was Monalee Again, and I believe Tony Duke brought her out here. Interestingly, he mated her to imported stud dog, Lively Band, and I guess he may have been trying to get as close as you can to an imported litter of dogs. At the time we had some cracking local dogs standing at stud, none better than Temlee. Anyway, Monalee Again produced in that litter to Lively Band a bitch called Sydney Gem. She had litters to Tangaloa, Chief Dingaan, Tangairn and World Acclaim. As it turned out, Tangaloa, Chief Dingaan and World Acclaim were sons of Temlee, whilst Tangairn was a son of Tangaloa. In the Tangaloa litter was Sydney Disco and in the Chief Dingaan litter was Sydney Dingaan. In the World Acclaim litter was Hogan, whilst in the Tangaloa litter were Bulgana and a bitch called Hoppy’s Girl. Hoppy’s Girl produced chasers such as Black Pirate, Bomber Gleeson, Nashemraro, Sheedy, Dallas Duo, Rich Return, New Beat, Perkins and Hoppy’s Star. Hoppy’s Star went on to produce Star Of Mine, You Idiot and Natural Class.
And Natural Class gave us Elektra, plus plenty of other high quality chasers. And for those of you who don’t know what Elektra has left, well Lektra Jay would be her best offspring. Pretty impressive family from one imported bitch, eh?
I KEEP saying this, but the years seem to be flying by, and with all this great racing action that the stayers have been giving us of late, I got to thinking about the upcoming Nationals. Obviously, at the moment, Miata would be the hot favourite to take the crown, whilst Irma Bale would also be one of the more fancied hopes. There are about 15 or so stayers that are either currently competitive at the highest level or look as though they might be within the next two months. Actually, there are two or three with enormous amounts of ability but who can do the odd thing wrong at times, which of course is a crying shame. I wonder if the Apple Isle can produce one and claim their first NDC? The sprinters, well this is an interesting category because you could probably rattle off 50 dog’s names and still not even get close to the eight that will run in the NSC. And with the Grand Final being run at Hobart, perhaps looking on the metropolitan tracks on the mainland is not the way to go. You might be better served keeping an eye on the big tracks because with some, they’ll need to be good enough on a two-turn track to qualify but adept at horseshoe shaped tracks if they want to wear the crown. Over the next two months I’ll try to build a short list of dogs to watch the progress of, and we’ll see if we can get close to finding the dogs that will fly the flag for their State. If you spot one you think is worth watching, just shoot me an email with the dog’s name.
“Scaredy Cat” with, “I’ve seen dogs “spook” in the home straight at venues where the crowd is too close to the track, any ideas on rectifying this.” Gee, some places would just have to be pulled down if you’re thinking about changing the layout, the easy answer is to keep those dogs away from those venues and only race at tracks where the crowd is a fair way away. “Great One” asked, “Do you think any of these modern day stayers can top the sires list, like some the great stayers in the past did?” Okay, you’ve given me a good idea for a story (see Lad looking good) “Lucky Punter” with, “Made a mistake and fluked a First 4; first one I’ve got and it paid really well.” I guess there’s no point me asking you your secret, is there? “Nosey Parker” again, “Okay, where do you rate Miss High Lo as a stayer?” From what I saw of her and read about her, she certainly must rate as one of the all-time greats, and I saw a post on her elsewhere where it was stated she was just a tiny 24kgs. Pretty certain she was a NSW GOTY too. “Silent One” stated, “I agree with you on watching what we say and do, we are at that stage.” We are that!
This week’s Teaser HYPOTHETICALLY, if a mad railer smashes a track record, should it be allowed, and why? ANSWER NEXT WEEK
Last week’s answers
1. Irma Bale 2. Bobby Boucheau 3. Next Top Model 4. Mantra Lad 5. Chinatown Lad 6. Sargent Major 7. Best Quoted 8. Proven Lethal They were the last eight winners of the Group 1 Sandown Cup.
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WHEN Flip Bale stormed home to win race 8 at Sandown Park on Thursday, June 7, the cheers in the betting ring were drowned out by the roar in the dining room. More than 40 members of the Royal Park Football Netball Club made the three hour bus trip from Maryborough in the state’s west to the Lightwood Road venue to participate in the Footy Club Challenge, a fundraising series for community sporting clubs run by the Sandown Greyhound Racing Club. With each participating club drawing a greyhound in the night’s feature race, Royal Park drew the Graeme Bate trained Flip Bale. Wearing the black and white striped vest from box 2, the white and black dog was slow out of the boxes and was a clear last past the post the first time. However the leviathan 39.4kg chaser, described by his handler Joe Briffa as ‘a big teddy bear,’ railed strongly and when a gap opened on the home turn he swept to the lead to win by half a length. The win netted Royal Park a $1000 cheque, however that money will soon find its way to a more noble cause. “We’re donating everything we make this season to charity rather than paying players,” said Royal Park FNC President Justin Broad. Following a season in which the club
won just one game and fought off talks of a merger, the club decided to try something different in 2012. “We’ve got a lot of members who are affected by cancer so we’ve decided to try and help out where we can. The players and supporters have been right behind it, so many people work hard to raise funds and we decided that donating the money rather paying players would be a better way to spend our fundraising efforts,” said Broad The change to the club’s fundraising philosophy has been a boon for the club, lifting the club’s profile and increasing its membership base, and has also seen several new sponsors get behind the club. However the real winners have been Cancer Council of Victoria and the palliative care unit at Maryborough District Health Service, who have each received a $5000 donation from the club. The Club is promising further donations throughout the season. Their night at Sandown Park provided a welcome boost to the Club’s fundraising efforts – the club raised over $1600 for the night – and also gave its members a night out they won’t forget anytime soon. “It’s been fantastic, we’re rapt,” said Broad, who organised the function primarily as a social night out for his players and members. “This is my first time at the grey-
Joe Briffa and Flip Bale with members of the Royal Park Football and Netball Club who invaded the dais at Sandown Park to congratulate the hard chasing sprinter who earned the boys and girls a cheque for $1000. hounds and the facility is outstanding. All of the boys are really happy and are already keen to come back.” Royal Park will be back to the Footy Club Challenge Final, which will see the Tigers join the winners of other Challenge days to compete for up to $5000 in
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Straight track specialist Northern Trouble and handler Tom Alister after the brindle chaser posted his sixth win over the 350 metres distance in 19.34 at Healesville on Sunday, June 10. - pic courtesy Clint Anderson of Blue Stream Pictures
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A RECENT article in the Herald Sun by Adrian Dunn about the alleged presence of the “Go Fast” drug, ITTP in racing circles prompted OTL to make contact with GRV’s Chief Steward, Glenn Fish. Dunn, in his article, questioned Racing NSW Chief Steward, Ray Murrihy about whether the new age drug was being used in Australia. The respected steward informed the journalist, “If you ask me has it landed on our shores, it certainly has.” “Whether in thoroughbred racing it has been used? “What I would say if it hasn’t been used, I would suspect it would not take too long to change.” ITTP causes the haemoglobin in blood to release oxygen in greater than normal quantities, instantly boosting physical performances, hence it being classified in Dunn’s words as a, “high octane milkshake”. Myo-Inositol Trispyrophosphate is readily available and advertised freely on websites, with the going rate $450 for a minimum order of 1kg. Delivery door to door can take between 24 - 48 hours. GRV’s Glenn Fish was non committal in his response to a similar question Dunn put to Murrihy. OTL asked him whether he would like to comment on the “Go Fast” drug, ITTP, and was it here in Australia. OTL also queried when was the last greyhound Stewards Conference, and was this topic ever discussed. ITTP is supposed to be freely available on line on websites, and had he heard rumours of greyhound trainers importing and using the drug. Fish followed with, “The last Stewards Conference was in March of this year, and GRV hold regular stewards meetings.” “Drug control was an agenda item at the Chief Stewards Conference
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with ANZGA CEO, Craig Taberner giving an update on drug research.” “RASL is able to swab for the substance, and GAR 80 allows for samples to be stored.” “Murrihy further said that “Stewards are well aware that there are plenty of websites that advertise these products but we have established good channels with some entities around Australia to keep an eye on these substances being imported.” The track talk in greyhound circles suggests that ITTP is being shipped into Australia under different, softer non intrusive drug labeling.
Parking THE harmonious relationship that exists between the visiting and local Bendigo trainers with the Lords Raceway precinct is being stretched somewhat. Reports filtering back from the new greyhound circuit suggest that the trainers aren’t too happy with the trialling facilities… or more precisely, the lack thereof. It’s to do with the greyhound trainer’s access to the 425 metres start at trialling sessions. Unfortunately the greyhound club is the meat in the sandwich, and the situation is out of their control, according to GM, Troy Harley. It seems Vic Roads made a decision to deny access to the harness horses and the CFA vehicles from using a walkway/road outside the Lords Raceway boundary. These bodies used the access to enter the complex through a gate near the old 430 metres boxes. Vic Roads’ decision meant that
horses and CFA vehicles are now required to enter the complex the same way greyhound trainers do for trialling - a scenario that has issues with horses and dogs clashing as well as vehicles and horses. Harley said, “Negotiations were taking place between the harness and greyhound clubs in relation to the best solution to share the use of the road (for trials and for harness horses heading to the harness track for track work). “However, when the CFA became involved, in relation to access to a new booster (relocated during the upgrade of the greyhound track), they added further requirements that ultimately formed part of the certificate of occupancy.” “As such, a requirement became a five metre access for both CFA and harness was needed, separate to the greyhound access, and given that there is only a small 6.5 metres space or clearance from the 425 metres start retaining wall and the boundary fence, it became clear that the access to the 425 metres starts for trailling sessions was not going to be an option.” “With this in mind, the club advertised extensively and placed notices to inform trainers of the situation and also attempted to block access to the 425 metres from vehicles, but this barrier was illegally moved on more than one occasion.” “A permanent fence is now being built (later than expected) and signage will be erected soon to identify the correct passage and driveways to be used.” Harley said the club put forward a proposal that maybe “the booster could be relocated again to a different access point for the CFA.” “However, this was a rather expensive exercise and did not solve the issue of harness access.” “Keeping in mind that we are only one voice on a complex of multiple users, and while we have a say
on the Committee Of Management, the structure does not lend itself to too many favourable results for us should the matters go to a vote.” “We (the BGRC) are best served trying to get maters solved prior to it becoming a COM issue.” This small inconvenience has been offset by the club assisting trainers by installing brick and concrete holding pens at the 425 metres start and the 320 metres boxes, as well as water bays at both areas, plus utilizing some old kennels as holding bays at the catching pen. “The distance to be walked to the boxes is not excessive.” “Depending on where you park and if you have a trailer or not, it’s between 60 and 100 metres.” “This situation may be able to be addressed in the future, however, not at the moment, as there are some other requirements to fulfill before we get to that point.” It’s not an ideal situation at Bendigo, but the club has done everything in it’s power to help trainers and also advise them of what is happening, and placed numerous advertisements in NGF and also on GRV’s website back in February. It’s not as if the trainers weren’t aware of the impending problem. Local trainers were informed and there were notices placed at the track. The forthright GM concluded, “I’m not disagreeing that it is an inconvenience, but I don’t see it as an overly significant issue, and am more than happy, as I think the majority of participants are, to have a track and venue that we can be proud of and that is proving incredibly popular both on and off the track.”
Quirky ANYONE care to guess the odds that three first starters at Devonport’s Tuesday, June 12 meeting could all draw alongside each other. Noni Girl, Arwonga Boy and
Justin’s Dream, all members of a Paddy’s Flame and Cash Box November 10 litter, drew boxes three, four and five respectively in the Juvenile event over 452 metres. You wouldn’t think that there was anything wrong with the ……… Nah, there’s no chance a gremlin could be lurking in the system, could there? We’ve been assured but the many audit trails that the system is foolproof. Makes you wonder though, doesn’t it.
False alarm ALWAYS pays to check on greyhounds that record fast times. Last week OTL was assured that Montana Express did in fact break the Wagga 525 metres record with a sizzling 30.47 Maiden win on the June 3 Sunday meeting. Hot on the heels of that scorching run was the release of the Townsville results from their Tuesday night meeting on June 5. Saltwater Legend was accredited as winning the ninth race in a staggering 28.09. That’s nearly eight lengths inside Velocity Regina’s track record of 28.51 for the 498 metres sprint trip. Even the runner-up, Herman John, who was beaten two and a half lengths, ran inside the former best time. Our sccpticism over this freakish run saw Queensland officials investigate our request for verification and the time was later altered to a more sedate 28.76, nearly 12 lengths slower than what was officially released. All’s well that ends well, but surely somebody (that mysterious person) should have picked up on the unbelievable time before it was made public. Nobody at the track queried the time?
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Victorian Litter Registration Details Sire
DYNA LACHLAN (Go Wild Teddy x Benden Flex) sired a litter of three dogs and three bitches from Pyfo Mostly whelped December 20 that was registered by Mt. Gambier breeder. Rory Button. Pyfo Mostly, a daughter of Most Awesome and Resigned, won 14 of her 64 starts, scoring at Richmond over 535 metres in 30.76, as well as winning there over 618 metres in 35.65. She picked up five wins at Dapto over 600 metres with 34.50 her fastest, was successful over 600 metres at Gosford in 35.49, saluted at Wentworth Park over 520 metres in 30.18 and picked up two wins there over 720 metres with 42.58 her best. She scored at Bendigo over 545 metres in 31.70 and twice at The Meadows over 600 metres with a PB of 34.87. The other members of her litter were Signature Miss (1 win), Sharon’s Girl (3 wins), Just Resigned (5 wins) and Sargent Trigga (29 wins). The dam had plenty of ability and comes from a very good line, suggesting that these youngsters should make their presence felt on the track.
SUPERMAN (Brett Lee x I’m Puzzles) sired a litter of five dogs and four bitches from Belle Of Boggy whelped December 21 and registered by Mark Bushell, Manager of the Pambush Syndicate. Belle Of Boggy, a daughter of Excite Ability and Gingernut Gale, won seven of her 67 starts, successful at Sandown over 515 metres in 30.20 and twice at Geelong over 457 metres where 25.98 was her best, picked up a win there over 600 metres in 34.80, scored at Warrnambool over 450 metres in 25.88 and won twice at Ballarat over 550 metres with a PB of 31.37. Belle Of Boggy was the only member of her litter. She has had one litter to race to date and that was to Spitfire Jet whelped January 2009, leaving Boggy Spitfire (7 wins), Spitfire Jack (8 wins) and Gary Who (2 wins). The dam had plenty of ability and has already produced some smart chasers, which suggests these youngsters should make the grade as well.
A LITTER by Dee Winter (Big Daddy Cool x Flaming Nikita) is from Pommie Princess and the two dogs and six bitches whelped January 11 were registered by Albion breeder, Ronald Martin. Pommie Princess, a daughter of Pure Octane and Am Havoc, picked up seven wins in 100 tries, saluting at Bendigo over 430 metres in 24.45 and scored there over 545 metres in 31.52. She won over 457 metres at Geelong in 26.06 and over 600 metres there in 34.83, was successful at Horsham over 480 metres in 27.55 and at Shepparton over 650 metres in 38.66, plus at Angle Park over 515 metres in 30.66. The other members of her litter were Bond Mart (1 win), Gassed (4 wins), Good Luck Chuck (6 wins), Pure Buddy Show (3 wins) and Michael Yawn (3 wins).
The dam was a versatile chaser and comes from a good line, which speaks well of the future prospects of these youngsters.
El Grand Senor
EL GRAND SENOR (Where’s Pedro x Elgrando Gold) sired a litter of three dogs and four bitches from Tali Layla, whelped January 12 and registered by Lara breeder, Robert Britton. Tali Layla, a daughter of Deerfield Site and Ozsum Moonstruck, failed to score in five Australian starts but did win races at Derby Lane in the USA. The other members of her litter were Tali Miya, Tali Noah, Tali Sedona and Windwalker Echo. The dam is a beautifully bred import, with chasers such as Fortress and Molotov in her female line, which suggests that these youngsters should taste their share of success on the track.
SANDHURST breeder, Gary Ennis registered a litter by Enry Walt (Primo Uno x Awesome Saint) from Katathani, and the six dogs and four bitches were whelped February 9. Katathani, a daughter of Brett Lee and Xanadu Dancer, won two of her seven runs, scoring at Warragul over 460 metres in 26.78 and at Sandown over 515 metres in 30.06. The other members of her litter were Fitzy (6 wins), Swanky Lee (7 wins), Timbo (12 wins) and Lockley Mouse (5 wins). The dam had ability and comes from an extremely good female line, suggesting that these youngsters should meet with success on the track.
DYNA LACHLAN (Go Wild Teddy x Benden Flex) was the sire that Pearcedale breeder, Kate Valk chose for Mystical Soul, and the four dogs and three bitches were whelped February 10. Mystical Soul, a daughter of Where’s Pedro and Mystical Time, won 16 of her 42 tries, sampling success at Bendigo over 430 metres in 25.01 and three times at The Meadows over 525 metres with a PB of 30.08. She scored at Sale over 440 metres in 24.63, three times at Sandown over 515 metres with 29.63 her best, picked up three wins at Ballarat over 450 metres with 25.28 her quickest and scored twice at Shepparton over 450 metres with a PB of 25.18. She saluted over 457 metres at Geelong in 25.29 and over 450 metres at Warrnambool in 25.46, as well as picking up a win at Warragul over 460 metres in 26.12. The other members of her litter were Karen’s Pick (1 win), Cheap Smokes (2 wins) and Mystical Sound (3 wins). The dam was a very smart galloper from a good line, suggesting these youngsters should make their presence felt on the track.
RICHMOND breeder, Geoffrey Slattery registered a litter by Symmetry (Flying Penske x Classy Creek) from Psychedelic and the seven dogs and three bitches were whelped February 4.
Psychedelic, a daughter of Hallucinate and Deloris, was successful in two of her 28 outings, scoring at The Meadows over 525 metres in 30.74 and at Sandown over 515 metres in 30.41. The other members of her litter were Club Chubby (3 wins), Robert Andrew (15 wins), Special Rickey (7 wins), El Camino (2 wins), Oh Snap (2 wins) and Miss Sensei (1 win), whilst a previous litter included Life Beckons (2 wins), Val Mary (1 win), Jekyll (9 wins), Miagi (19 wins) and Daphne Mavis (6 wins). The dam is from a very successful line, which suggests that these youngsters should have a bright future.
El Grand Senor
A LITTER registered by Crowlands breeder, Chris Perry comprises two dogs and four bitches by El Grand Senor (Where’s Pedro x Elgrando Gold) from Abbi Taylah, whelped February 10. Abbi Taylah, a daughter of History Lesson and Lady Kero, scored in 13 of her 51 attempts, winning twice at The Gardens over 515 metres with a PB of 29.95 and over the 600 metres there in 35.50. She scored at Richmond over 535 metres in 31.38 and over the 618 metres there in 35.74. She won twice at Gosford over 600 metres with 35.08 her quickest and notched three winst there over 731 metres with 43.63 her fastest. She scored twice at Wentworth Park over 720 metres where 42.64 was her best and saluted twice at Cannington over 642 metres with a PB of 37.45. The other members of her litter were Elsie Tanner (2 wins), Princess Kero (6 wins), Lady Moscato (18 wins) and Kerosene (5 wins). The dam was a highly talented sprinter stayer from a very good line, which augurs very well for the future of these youngsters.
TARNEIT breeder, Sandra Galea registered a litter by Westmead Hawk (Sonic Flight x Mega Delight) from Betty Boo and the four dogs and two bitches were whelped March 1. Betty Boo, a daughter of Elite State and Same View, won nine of her 13 starts, victorious three times at Warrnambool over 390 metres with a PB of 22.30 and she scored there over 450 metres in 25.49, as well as winning four races at Bendigo over 430 metres with 23.85 her best. She picked up three wins at Ballarat over 450 metres with 25.29 her quickest and scored over 525 metres at The Meadows in 30.09. The other members of her litter were Been Dipped (8 wins), Some View (3 wins), Blast Furnace (2 wins), Peripharals (4 wins), Flip Ya Hundred (6 wins) and Elite Luke (6 wins). The dam was a very smart chaser from a good litter, which suggests that this youngster should have a bright future.
Premier Fantasy CRANBOURNE EAST breeder, Stan Wardle registered a litter by Premier Fan-
Dyna Lachlan Superman Dee Winter November Fury Symmetry El Grand Senor High Earner Enry Walt Dyna Lachlan Bye Bye Bones Bye Bye Bones Symmetry Vapour Whirl Where’s Pedro El Grand Senor Westmead Hawk El Grand Senor Premier Fantasy Dyna Lachlan Fear Zafonic Cosmic Chief Superman Vapour Whirl El Grand Senor Westmead Hawk Surgeon Lonesome Cry Path To Power Cosmic Chief Mantra Lad
from 22/05/2012 to 28/05/2012 Dam
Pyfo Mostly Belle Of Boggy Pommie Princess Busta Rush Must Be Magic Tali Layla Sisco Power Katathani Mystical Soul Tiny Handshake Rosie Jay Psychedelic Seventh State Proven Wave Abbi Taylah Betty Boo Premier Babe Regal Blaze Valley Titan Contador Her Tempa Miss Gabby Chi Amy Gazillion Miss Fluffy Sip For Six Buzz Cafe Glitz And Glam Vivacious Gal Rockin’ Stroller
20/12/2011 21/12/2011 11/01/2012 16/01/2012 08/01/2012 12/01/2012 04/02/2012 09/02/2012 10/02/2012 29/01/2012 23/01/2012 04/02/2012 30/01/2012 28/01/2012 10/02/2012 01/03/2012 03/02/2012 22/02/2012 22/02/2012 26/01/2012 20/12/2011 01/01/2012 11/01/2012 05/01/2012 08/01/2012 08/12/2011 15/02/2012 26/01/2012 19/02/2012 27/02/2012
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R. Button M. Bushell R. Martin S. Rushby D. Williams R. Britton J. Galea G. Ennis K. Valk T. Duncan T. Duncan G. Slattery M. Bowerman R. Greig C. Perry S. Galea M. Dapiran P. SWardle C. Hudson J. Carruthers J. Thomson S. Lenehan R. Jehu J. Thomson P. Lenehan N. Sheehan G. Collins A. Steele S. Daniliuk J. Wells
In the week from May 22 to May 28 there were 30 litters registered with GRV. tasy (Premier County x Nifty Niamh) from Regal Blaze and the three dogs and six bitches were whelped February 22. Regal Blaze, a daughter of Pure Octane and Sound Lee, scored in 17 of her 41 starts, winning at Shepparton over 450 metres in 25.69, won at Warragul over the 424 metres in 24.16, as well as winning twice there over 460 metres with a PB of 26.10. She picked up two wins at Geelong over 457 metres with 25.63 her best and won there over 600 metres in 34.29. She landed three races at Sandown over 515 metres with 29.72 her fastest, scored there over 595 metres in 34.77, picked up a win at Ballarat over 450 metres in 25.59, as well as scoring twice there over 550 metres with a PB of 31.32. She was successful at The Meadows over 525 metres in 30.03 and scored there over 600 metres in 34.54, plus she landed a race at Albion Park over 600 metres in 35.59. The other members of her litter were Aston Octane (5 wins), Pure Sound (1 win), Aston Dream (4 wins), Nitrane (9 wins), Pure Inspiration (13 wins), Tocsin (4 wins) and Code Nine (19 wins). The dam was an above-average chaser from a litter that won 72 races, suggesting that these youngsters should meet with plenty of success on the track.
A LITTER by Superman (Brett Lee x I’m Puzzles) is from Miss Gabby and the four dogs and two bitches whelped January 1 were registered by Toolong breeder, Susan Lenehan. Miss Gabby, a daughter of Gable Lafourche and Shimawai, picked up 20 wins in 50 tries, scoring at Strathalbyn over 319 metres in 18.54 and successful three times there over 416 metres with a PB of 24.24. She was successful 10 times at Angle Park over 515 metres with 29.93 her best, twice at Gawler over 531 metres with 31.04 her fastest, won at Port Pirie
over 412 metres in 24.83 and twice over 516 metres there with 30.55 her best, plus she scored at Kulpara over 300 metres in 16.65. The only other member of her litter was Ice Limit (8 wins). Miss Gabby has had two litters to date, with her first to Pure Octane whelped November 2008 leaving Lektra Gold (6 wins), Lektra Swift (3 wins), Lektra Express (19 wins), Lektra Billy (13 wins), Lektra Rice (5 wins), Lektra Bob (10 wins), Lektra Lou (10 wins) and Lektra Sharp (8 wins). Her second litter was to Bo Frazier whelped February 2010, giving us Lektra Frazier (4 wins), Lektra Ottens (8 wins) and Lektra Chainsaw (2 wins). The dam has already produced plenty of top grade chasers, which speaks extremely well of these youngsters’ future prospects.
COSMIC RUMBLE (Spiral Nikita x Spiritual Rumble) sired a litter of three dogs and four bitches from Vivacious Gal whelped February 19 and registered by Sunbury breeder, Steve Daniliuk. Vivacious Gal, a daughter of Collision and Chirpy Cricket, scored in 10 of her 44 goes, winning at Ballarat over 450 metres in 26.32 and over 550 metres there in 31.88, as well as twice over 650 metres there with a PB of 38.10. She scored at The Meadows over 600 metres in 34.80 and at Warrnambool over 650 metres in 37.53. She picked up a win at Shepparton over 650 metres in 37.79, also at Bendigo over 700 metres in 40.93, was successful over 680 metres at Warragul in 40.01 and at Sandown over 715 metres in 42.37. The other members of her litter were Armatree Tiger (6 wins) and Every Sense (1 win). The dam was a strong stayer and is from a great line, which suggests these youngsters should taste their share of success on the track.
2012 LEADING SIRES - from January 1st SANDOWN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 737 -119-102-89 16.14% WHERES PEDRO 501 -80-62-73 15.96% COLLISION 166 -24-26-15 14.45% PREMIER FANTASY 182 -24-23-28 13.18% SURF LORIAN 122 -20-15-22 16.39% GO WILD TEDDY 73 -19-12-8 26.02% BARTRIM BALE 58 -17-5-8 29.31% EL GALO 87 -15-12-10 17.24% BIG DADDY COOL 135 -13-13-27 9.62% MOGAMBO 68 -13-11-10 19.11%
MEADOWS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 523 -84-74-71 16.06% WHERES PEDRO 409 -37-58-55 9.04% COLLISION 168 -32-23-24 19.04% GO WILD TEDDY 168 -31-21-21 18.45% SURF LORIAN 193 -21-30-24 10.88% VELOCETTE 86 -17-16-12 19.76% BARTRIM BALE 85 -16-16-15 18.82% PREMIER FANTASY 137 -15-29-13 10.94% EL GALO 113 -15-10-19 13.27% HALLUCINATE 79 -14-10-6 17.72%
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
COLLISION 284 -53-32-44 18.66% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 313 -46-44-41 14.69% BIG DADDY COOL 331 -46-43-40 13.89% BIT CHILI 280 -36-35-34 12.85% WHERES PEDRO 182 -28-18-24 15.38% HALLUCINATE 170 -23-19-23 13.52% SURF LORIAN 153 -15-28-27 9.08% EL GALO 102 -14-18-13 13.72% PREMIER FANTASY 96 -14-16-10 14.58% GO WILD TEDDY 50 -14-5-6 28.00%
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WHERES PEDRO 538 -73-58-71 13.56% COLLISION 356 -53-56-49 14.88% BIG DADDY COOL 327 -52-46-31 15.09% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 385 -45-55-49 11.68% PURE OCTANE 396 -35-44-61 8.83% SURF LORIAN 299 -28-51-35 9.36% BARTRIM BALE 118 -27-17-18 22.88% PREMIER FANTASY 150 -24-25-23 16.00% GO WILD TEDDY 177 -20-23-21 11.29% VELOCETTE 115 -19-8-13 16.52%
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WHERES PEDRO 683 -114-87-94 16.69% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 520 -67-64-82 12.88% COLLISION 433 -66-52-46 15.24% BIG DADDY COOL 434 -62-63-59 14.28% HALLUCINATE 358 -47-48-45 13.12% ELITE STATE 235 -37-27-33 15.74% SURF LORIAN 362 -36-48-46 9.94% GIVE ME FIVE 164 -32-27-21 19.51% HURRICANE LUKE 67 -22-14-5 32.83% PURE OCTANE 303 -21-33-33 6.93%
DEVONPORT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
WHERES PEDRO 198 -24-27-23 12.12% PADDYS FLAME 94 -18-17-16 19.14% BIG DADDY COOL 101 -16-12-12 15.84% COLLIDE 115 -14-12-15 12.17% GIVE ME FIVE 81 -14-11-15 17.28% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 73 -13-11-10 17.08% HEAD BOUND 33 -11-6-3 33.33% PURE OCTANE 45 -10-6-6 22.22% COLLISION 148 -9-18-20 6.08% KNOCKA NORRIS 35 -9-7-6 25.71%
DARWIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
MOGAMBO 45 -13-9-5 28.88% SOLVE THE PUZZLE 17 -12-1-1 70.58% SURF LORIAN 40 -9-7-5 22.05% NOVEMBER FURY 18 -7-6-1 38.88% BOND 63 -6-6-13 9.52% WHERES PEDRO 48 -6-6-5 12.05% KNOCKA NORRIS 26 -6-4-5 23.07% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 38 -6-4-3 15.78% EL GALO 21 -6-3-4 28.57% COLLISION 10 -6-0-1 60.00%
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COLLISION 669 -113-91-93 16.89% GIVE ME FIVE 531 -94-77-62 17.07% WHERES PEDRO 570 -91-72-61 15.96% BOMBASTIC SHIRAZ 495 -79-75-77 15.95% SURF LORIAN 572 -67-72-78 11.71% MADE TO SIZE 517 -52-80-72 10.05% BIG DADDY COOL 282 -41-36-28 14.53% EL GALO 201 -41-27-21 20.39% BIT CHILI 351 -38-50-37 10.82% BLACK ENFORCER 418 -36-47-62 8.61%
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The son of Pure Octane and Cynthia Bale came from the outside trap at $3.10 to salute by a length and a half over Emryst Bale ($4.80), with Favaloro ($8.40) four and three quarter lengths further astern. Albert Bale has now raced 12 times for five wins. Arvo’s Twink for the Arvo’s Syndicate completed the treble for Mark by recording 23.63 to score in the 410 metres Free For All. After lining up in box six at $14.20, the son of Mister Twink and Arvo’s Helena accounted for Sookie ($5.50) and Hartman ($4.30 fav), with a neck by half a length being the margins.
Elusive stayer Warragul June 5
Lilly Fly High with Bradley Northfield after the youngster recorded a BOD victory at Casino on June 1. A daughter of Premier Fantasy and Sky Fly High, Lilly Fly High has now won four races over the 411 short course. - pic courtesy Lisa Vanderstok
Two take three Casino June 1
WINNING TREBLES by locals Lyn and Brad Northfield and Queensland visitor, Claude Dacey highlighted the meeting. Dacey was successful with littermates Dayseas Alfie and Dayseas Jet, as well at Valkyrie Lass. Dayseas Alfie (Cosmic Rumble - Classy Kate) recorded his second win with a strong effort in a 5th Grade over 411 metres, making full use of the rails draw when holding out Promo Jo and Bralyn Shanette in 23.46. Littermate Dayseas Jet also recorded his second Casino win in a 5th Grade over 484 metres. Beginning fast from box four, Dayseas Jet chased hard into the first turn to hold out Bralyn Vicki and Star Princess as they attempted to cross. Breaking clear, he moved away to score by a length and three quarters in 27.86. Valkyrie Lass completed the treble when successful in a 411 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade, after atoning for a luckless second the previous week. One of the best to begin, Valkyrie Lass (Buckingham Chuck - Hollywood Look) worked hard in the middle stages to draw clear approaching the turn before fencing-off a determined finish from Melodious Lad to score in 23.49. Kidatee Terry provided Lyn and Brad Northfield with the first of their winning treble when taking out a Maiden over 484 metres in 27.65. Disputing the lead early, Kidatee Terry (Bit Chili - Trinity Bale) raced by the Blown Motor Racing Syndicate, was able to move away from Dayseas Noddy and Speedy Dreams approaching turn and then powered home an ever-widening five lengths winner. Bralyn Stripes (Hallucinate - Bralyn Maisie) maintained his great form with a hardfought win in a 484 metres Non Graded event. Well away from box two, Bralyn Stripes opened up the field in the middle stages and moved away to record his 29th career win at his 76th start. Lilly Fly High (Premier Fantasy - Sky Fly High) completed the treble with a sound win in a 5th Grade over 411 metres. After beginning well from box six, she moved away for a comprehensive win in a slick 23.37 on a rain-affected track. The Trevor Salmoni owned and trained Flying Tinsel produced a knockout blow to punters in the opening event on the card, a Maiden over 411 metres by storming home to hold out the favourite, Prolook in 23.72. The brindle chaser paid in excess of $50 on the NSW TAB. Pat Lavis owns and trains Penthouse Doll (Premier Fantasy - Compassionate), who proved her win the previous meeting was no fluke when successful in the stayers final over 620 metres. Normally up with the leaders, she was not the best to begin and was midfield at the post the first time. However, as they moved down the back, Penthouse Doll emerged from the pack with a strong burst and moved away, holding out the
consistent Adios Queen in the run to the line. The Tracey Baynham trained Taco Taco (Bit Chili - Same One) stepped up from a Maiden win the previous week with a strong finishing effort to land a 5th Grade over 411 metres. Not the best to begin from box eight, Taco Taco stormed home along the rail in the closing stages to move away and score clearly in 23.49. Our Trainers Jackpot was not won at $1970 when Elite Within faded in the closing stages of her event after making a mid-race challenge to the eventual winner, Black Jekyll. - Casino Crusher
Mahte’s Maiden win Horsham June 5
SHAGGIE’S MATE broke through at his 18th attempt by taking out the 570 metres Maiden on Tuesday night. Coming from box seven at $4.70, the Elsie King trained chaser finished best to beat Our Panther ($2.40 fav) by two lengths, with Snow Zapper ($12.30) eight lengths further astern. Shaggie’s Mahte, a son of Bombastic Shiraz and Ceeya Mahte, owned by the Great Mahtes Syndicate, stopped the clock at 33.40. Independent Lass took time honours over the 410 metres by recording 23.57 to score an all the way win in the Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Rated at $5.20 out of box eight, the daughter of Elite State and Crystal Palace saluted by a length over Mad Mons ($15.90), with a half length to third placed King Benny ($2.90 fav). A winner of seven of her 15 outings, Independent Lass is trained by Dustin Drew for Colin Jordan. Oriental Lilly provided trainer, Rod Clark with the first leg of a winning double by running 23.73 to take out a 410 metres Grade 5. Owned by the Legin Syndicate, the daughter of Premier Fantasy and Dragon Angel wore the white vest at $5.30 to lead throughout and beat Dilston Regal ($11.60) by a length, with Sir Sir Hannibal ($29.40) a nose away. Gunmetal Lass for the Team Gunmetal Syndicate completed the double for Rod by registering 23.82 to land a 410 metres Grade 5. Wearing the red vest as favourite at $2.90, the daughter of Collision and Winfrey Lass defeated Final Chapter ($12.60) by three and a half lengths, with Viper Venom ($8.70) picking up third money, a half length in arrears. Eurico Bale ran the new PB of 27.32 to take out the Doug Hughes Memorial Grade 5 Final over 480 metres. Coming from box six as favourite at $3.00, the son of Bartrim Bale and Serene Bale led throughout to beat Dyna Filbert ($5.90) by a length and a quarter, with Silver Spider ($3.20) two lengths back in third spot. Eurico Bale was the first leg of a winning double for owner, Paul Wheeler and the first leg of a winning treble for trainer, Mark Delbridge. Albert Bale was leg two for Paul and Mark when he posted the BON time of 27.26 to land a 480 metres Grade 5.
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MISS ELUSIVE led throughout to take out the 680 metres Grade 5 on Tuesday night. Sent to box one as favourite at $1.60, the Joe Borg trained stayer scored by a length and three quarters over Oily ($3.90), with Allegra’s Sunset ($9.80) five lengths further astern. Miss Elusive, a daughter of Give Me Five and Proven Elusive, owned by Paul Bell, clocked 39.57 to make it seven wins in 31 starts. First starter, Slipstream Lad ran the BON time of 25.95 to take out heat four of the 460 metres Maiden. Wearing the green vest at $4.10, the black and white galloper scored by four and a half lengths over Danyo’s Pick ($4.20), with Retweet ($3.80 fav) picking up third money, six and three quarter lengths back. Slipstream Lad, a son of Path To Power and Ingeborg, is owned and trained by Todd O’Neill. Top Pledge scored an easy win in heat two of the 400 metres Grade 5. Coming from box four as favourite at $1.80, the Troy Comensoli trained sprinter defeated Dungey Bale ($5.90) by six and a quarter lengths, with Hooded Alby ($10.70) collecting third money, a half length in arrears Top Pledge, who recorded 22.69, is a son of Superman and One Pledge, owned by Shane Comensoli. Opies Illusion took time honours over the 400 metres by running 22.64 to take out heat four of the Grade 5. Wearing the red vest as favourite at $2.00, the son of Big Daddy Cool and Awesome Creation saluted by three and a quarter lengths over Ice trucker ($2.70), with Regal Woo ($19.00) the next to arrive, three lengths away. Opies Illusion, owned and trained by George Cini, has scored in four of his six starts.
The Meadows June 6
SIMONE AND DARREN Fisher netted a treble between them last week when half of the dozen winners came from Lara. Firstly it was Lektra Joe that kick-started the meeting in style, as after taking over rounding the first turn the Phil Lenehan owned son of Mogambo and Uno Nan ran out a three and a quarter lengths winner over Welches Point ($2.40 fav) in 30.77, with six and a half lengths to third placed Our Gangstar ($9.10). Lektra Joe, a $2.80 chance trained by Simone, opened his account at his fourth start by winning the 525 metres Maiden. And whilst punters supported the check vested Lektra Joe, they obviously found it far trickier to find the first of Darren’s Grade 5 winners. From box six, the $21 bookies hope, Black Elton outpaced his rivals early and from thereon was never challenged, scoring by two and three quarter lengths to Allen Ceasar ($2.70 eq fav) in 30.47, with Wild Lucy ($2.70 eq fav) third, two and a quarter lengths adrift. Black Elton (Bombastic Shiraz - High Tide Honey) has had 17 starts for three wins and six placings for the owning The Golden Paw Syndicate. In another Grade 5, Darren rounded out his double via the efforts of White Wizard, who exited the six alley smartly. After clocking fast splits, the white and black son of El Galo and Dream Thyme defeated Defence Chief ($8.00), running the 525 metres trip in 30.65, while Pacquiao ($19.20) wound up third, a length away. Needing to return to form following a couple of Sandown Sunday afternoon failures, Napthine Bale was the $2.10 popular pick and landed a Grade 5 over 525 metres in 30.26 equal Best Of Day. With a display of great pace, the Paul Wheeler owned racer easily overcame the eight gate and cut to the rail quickly then was always the one to beat. Trained by Graeme Bate, the son of Larking About and Kazar Bale led from pillar to post to down Leprechaun Betty ($7.20) by five and
a half lengths, with a further four and a half lengths Miss Jamaica ($5.70) third. From seven starts, Napthine Bale has won four times, and it’s just a matter of time before the master mentor has him handling Sandown too. In another Grade 5 event, Kevin Bale went to box six as the $2.80 favourite, but didn’t have the necessary pace to lead. That honour was with Abrasive Manner, who recorded fast splits of 5.04 and 17.87 before Kevin Bale arrived on the scene with a well-timed run. After taking over, the son of Go Wild Teddy and Amity Bale racked-up a double for Paul Wheeler and Graeme Bate when he beat Abrasive Manner ($12.80) by over two lengths in equal Best Of Day 30.26, while Jimi Krakcorn ($5.80) held down third place, more than three lengths away. Registering his first win over 525 metres at The Meadows, Kevin Bale has faced the starter on 18 occasions, notching seven wins and five placings.
Hi fives best
Shepparton June 6
SHIRDON HI FIVE ran the new PB and BOD time of 25.79 to take out a 450 metres Tier 3 Grade 5 on Wednesday. Rated at $9.20 from box eight, the Donald McDonald owned and trained chaser scored by a length and a quarter over Pure Saquan ($12.20), with Cheeky Alouette ($1.70 fav) a length and a quarter back in third spot. Shirdon Hi Five, a son of Give Me Five and Lady Spitfire, has won five of his 23 attempts. Super Indigo led throughout to score in a Tier 3 Maiden over 390 metres. Drawn in box two as the popular elect at $3.30, the son of Superman and Indigo Flame saluted by four and a quarter lengths over Horrify ($25.10), with Caroline Spur ($6.30) three and three quarter lengths further afield. Super Indigo, trained by Neville Tait for Matthew Robinson, returned the time of 22.78. Gold Pledge scored the easiest when of the day when she took out a Tier 3 Grade 5 over 450 metres by six and a half lengths. After lining up in box two at $6.30, the Bernard Groom trained chaser accounted for Pitstop Omen ($26.90) and Celebration ($1.90 fav), with a neck splitting second and third. Gold Pledge, who registered 26.04, is a daughter of Superman and One Pledge, owned by Shane Comensoli. Viking Two took time honours over the 390 metres by running 22.35 to score in a Tier 3 Grade 5. Listed as a reserve but gaining a start in box two, the son of Elite State and Anouska was at $3.80 before defeating Pure Space ($8.10) by two and a quarter lengths, with Tassie Tomato ($7.30) picking up third money, six lengths in arrears. A winner of three of his 16 outings, Viking Two is trained by Michael Bouse for Jeremy Curtis.
Record smashed Warrnambool June 6
BRECKENRIDGE smashed the 390 metres track record on Wednesday night when he clocked 21.77 to score in the Free For All. Drawn in box seven as favourite at $1.50, the Jeffery Frusher trained sprinter led throughout to bolt in by 14½ lengths over Octagon ($38.30), with Wongawilli Billy ($11.40) a length and a half back in third spot. Breckenridge, a son of Knocka Norris and Arolok Bounce, owned by the Nightingale Syndicate, has won 20 of his 47 attempts. Arvo’s Vixen took out the Final of the 390 metres Grade 5. Sent to box two as the popular elect at $3.10, the daughter of Mister Twink and Arvo’s Helena accounted for Shredded Cheese ($5.50) and Speed Camera ($14.10), with a half length both ways being the margins. Arvo’s Vixen, trained by Mark Delbridge for the Arvo’s Syndicate, stopped the clock at the new PB time of 22.17. Cole Bale provided trainer, Steve Collins with the second leg of a winning double by recording 25.58 to score in a 450 metres Grade 5. Owned by Paul Wheeler, the son of Go Wild Teddy and Tally Bale was listed as a reserve but after gaining a start in box two, went out at $6.80 and beat Turkish Delight ($10.10) by a length and a half, with a neck to third placed Entry Bale ($2.80 fav). Allen Emmett was Steve’s first leg and he clocked the BON time of 25.39 to score in a 450 metres Grade 5. Coming from box one as favourite at 41.50, the son of Buttsie Bale and Keeko Bale beat Dyna Bernt ($5.20) by three lengths, with Smart Cougar ($10.50) the next to arrive, a length and a half away.
Allen Emmett, who’s won four of his 11 attempts, was the first leg of a winning double for owner, Jan Wheeler. The Graeme Bate trained Aleta Allen gave Jan her double by posting the new PB of 25.51 to score in the 450 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Wearing the red vest at $6.40, the daughter of Where’s Pedro and Tally Bale scored by three quarters of a length over kennelmate Henderson Bale ($7.40), with Matang ($13.30) the third one in, a length and a half back.
Easy for Luke Geelong June 7
DANYO’S LUKE scored his first win by taking out the 460 metres Maiden Final on Thursday night. Sent to box eight as favourite at 42.40, the Joe Borg trained youngster led throughout to romp in by seven and three quarter lengths over Inspector Lynley ($5.60), with Lorna Nelson ($14.30) a length back in third spot. Danyo’s Luke, a son of Where’s Pedro and Danyo’s Creswell, owned by Noel Watson, stopped the clock at 25.83. Lady Bealiba took time honours over the 400 metres by running 22.75 to take out heat one of the Bitches Maiden. Rated on top at $2.30 out of box six, the daughter of Ten Men and Innie Gold led throughout to score by five lengths over Where’s Tessa ($9.00), with Constantine Gal ($20.50) four lengths further afield. Lady Bealiba, who was having her second start, is trained by Lisa Cockerell for Peter Walsh. Miss Louise posted 26.09 to take out heat two of the 460 metres Grade 5. Coming from box four as the popular elect at $2.00, the fawn chaser defeated Henry Stomper ($15.40) by two and three quarter lengths, with Ally Mac ($26.60) three quarters of a length further afield. Miss Louise, a daughter of Where’s Pedro and Simply Pettigo, is trained by Malcolm Hirtzel for Raymond Aslin. Nitro Cee recorded the BON time of 25.80 to score in heat five of the 460 metres Grade 5. After lining up in box two at $3.70, the Wayne Vassallo trained chaser scored by five lengths over Single Man ($2.20 fav), with Lacomare ($8.60) coming in third, a length in arrears. A winner of 10 of her 32 starts, Nitro Cee is a daughter of Nitro Burst and Naomi Cee, owned by Charlie Finianos.
Bonus trouble best Healesville June 10 NORTHERN TROUBLE picked up the GOBIS Bonus by taking out the 350 metres Special Event on Sunday. Sent to box five as favourite at $3.30, the Florence Alister trained chaser scored by three and three quarter lengths over Manx Missile ($3.40), with Gotta Be Jolly ($10.50) a length and a half back in third spot. Northern Trouble, a daughter of Primo Uno and Northern Shadow, owned by Ron Smith, returned the BOD time of 19.34 to make it 17 wins in 80 starts. Time honours over the 300 metres for the second week running were awarded to Crowdza Clappin after she ran the new PB of 16.57 to take out the Bitches Grade 5 Final. Rated on top at $1.60 out of box seven, the daughter of Collision and Crowdza Cheerin beat Challis Miss ($28.70) by four and a quarter lengths, with Runaway Bride ($19.70) picking up third money, a length in arrears. A winner of nine of her 16 runs, Crowdza Clappin is trained by Neville King for the Pizazz Park Syndicate. Al Moran was only a reserve for heat two of the 350 metres Maiden but after gaining a start, scored an easy win. After lining up in box three at $5.00, the Russell McRae trained debutant scored by six lengths over King Sock Collo ($17.00), with Princess Kimora ($1.80 fav) a length and a half further adrift. Al Moran, a son of Brett Lee and Special Sign, owned by the Jane Eliza Syndicate, returned the time of 19.63. Where’s Hannibal looked well placed in box eight in the 350 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade and scored a comfortable win. Sent out favourite at $2.00, the son of Where’s Pedro and Miss Bling defeated Runaway Ralfy ($4.30) by five and a half lengths, with Perfect Nina ($13.50) a length back in third spot. Where’s Hannibal, who posted 19.38, is trained by Ian Bindley for the Wooden Dogs Syndicate.
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Two in two days Warragul June 7
VIKING TWO made it two wins in two days by taking out a Tier 3 Grade 5 over 400 metres on Thursday. Sent to box five as favourite at $2.90, the Michael Bouse trained sprinter saluted by a neck over Ce Senor Pedro ($8.40), with Nellie Imlach ($11.80) a length back in third spot. Viking Two, a son of Elite State and Anouska, owned by Jeremy Curtis, stopped the clock at 23.05. First starter, San Jacinto took time honours over the 400 metres by running 22.85 to score an all the way win in the Debutant Maiden. Drawn in box five at $12.70, the blue and white youngster scored by three lengths over Yardbird ($8.00), with Verbalize ($5.50) two and a quarter lengths back in third spot. San Jacinto, a son of Where’s Pedro and Senza Nome, is trained by Pauline Bailey for George Wapshott. Diamond Kate ran the BOD time of 26.38 to take out a 460 metres Tier 3 Grade 5. Sent to box six at $5.90, the daughter of Droopys Marco and Tail Lee led all the way to score by three and a half lengths over Chains Of Fire ($6.20), with Kyella Rose ($5.30) a length and three quarters back in third possie.
A winner of four of her 19 starts, Diamond Kate is trained by Frank Spiteri for the Best Bet Syndicate. Don’s Daughter seemed over the odds at $9.80 in a 460 Tier 3 Grade 5 and she led throughout to score. Wearing the blue vest, the Noel Carthew trained chaser defeated Grandate ($2.40 fav) by a length and three quarters, with Che Wah ($14.20) a length and a quarter further afield. Don’s Daughter, who recorded the new PB of 26.42, is a daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Miss Bradman, owned by Kevin Ward.
Last to first bonus Geelong June 8
OPTIMISTIC STAR came from last to score in the 520 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade on Friday night to collect the GOBIS Bonus as well as the prize. Coming from box three at $17.50, the Julie Grindley trained chaser defeated Ethel Bale ($10.50) by a length and a half, with Adulterous ($1.60 fav) a length and a half back in third spot. Optimistic Star, who registered 30.38 to tick up her fifth win at start number 28, is a daughter of Bit Chili and Jet Ya Star, owned by the Marlie Syndicate. Bally Flys posted 34.81 to score in the 596 metres Special Event.
Some mothers do have ’em. Mary Lieshout and daughter Kerry Smythe and Hold On Maloo who was successful at Warragul on June 7.
Sent to box three as favourite at $3.10, the daughter of Mogambo and Swift Flyer saluted by a neck over What An Effort ($10.40), with Jamaican Ruby ($10.30) picking up third money, a length and three quarters back. Bally Flys, trained by Robert Britton for Cheryl Sutcliffe, has now scored in five of her 10 attempts. Hannie Bale ran the BON time of 25.75 to score in the 460 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Rated at $3.90 out of box eight, the Andrea Dailly trained galloper beat Allen Elroy ($3.80 fav) by four and three quarter lengths, with Ferrari Bale ($4.30) three quarters of a length further adrift. A winner of eight of her 20 starts, Hannie Bale is a daughter of Go Wild Teddy and Dyna Celeste, owned by Paul Wheeler. Mavid Day took time honours over the 400 metres by running 22.59 when successful in a Grade 5. Wearing the blue vest at $4.80, the son of Premier Fantasy and Girl You Want scored by five lengths over Hey You Mug ($13.70), with Why Fail ($5.70) two lengths back in third spot. Mavid Day, who’s won two of his 16 goes, is trained by John Higgins for David May.
Best warrior Sale June 10
HOSTILE WARRIOR ran the BON time of 37.46 to take out heat one of the 650 metres Grade 5 on Sunday night. Sent to box four at $3.40, the son of Path To Power and Ingeborg scored by six lengths over Full Circle ($2.60 fav), with Phil Le Chef ($10.10) coming in third, two and three quarter lengths back. A winner of four of his 21 starts, Hostile Warrior is owned by the Tiger Navy Syndicate and was the first leg of a winning double for trainer, Wayne Vassallo. Proven Ventura for the Proven Syndicate completed the double for Wayne by running the new PB of 24.88 to score in heat five of the 440 metres Special Event. After lining up in box five as favourite at $2.50, the daughter of Vapour Whirl and Thanks Blue saluted by five and a half lengths over Bustino ($4.10), with Uncle Mac ($11.30) collecting third money, a length in arrears. Dungey Bale returned 25.00 to score in heat two of the 440 metres Special Event. Drawn in box one at $4.50, the son of Dyna Lachlan and Spiral Bale scored by six lengths over Daintree Empress ($9.70), with Betrayer ($29.90) a length and three quarters back in third spot. Dungey Bale, owned by Paul Wheeler, was the first leg of a winning treble for trainer, Graeme Bate. The Brendan Wheeler owned Dyna Alina was leg two for Graeme and she posted the new PB and BON time of 24.78 to score in heat three of the 440 metres Grade 5. Sent to box two as favourite at $1.70, the daughter of Larking About and Kazar Bale beat
Dr. Wangdang ($4.40) by five and a quarter lengths, with Taabinga Dream ($14.00) a length back in third spot. Dyna Alina has now won four of her nine outings. Aleta Allen for Jan Wheeler gave Graeme his treble by clocking 29.69 to land the 520 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Coming from box one at $3.10, the daughter of Where’s Pedro and Tally Bale scored by six lengths over Daintree Chengdu ($17.40), with Tiger Cotchin ($16.40) a length and a half further adrift. Aleta Allen has now been around 96 times for 16 wins. Judy McMahon chimed in with a double, and the Jeff Galea owned Liberty was her first leg when he ran the new PB of 25.27 to take out the 440 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Rated at $5.50 out of box one, the son of El Galo and Fast Suzie beat Somma Storm ($5.30) by two and a quarter lengths. Dr. Pyrois for the Doctors Kennels Syndicate completed the double for Judy by recording the new PB of 25.20 to score in heat six of the 440 metres Special Event. Coming from box eight at $9.10, the son of Paddy’s Flame and Sheoak Justine saluted by half a length over Madame Patricia ($4.50). Gangbusters provided trainer, Chris Johannsen with the first leg of a winning double by running 37.91 to score in heat two of the 650 metres Grade 5. Owned by The Dynasty Syndicate, the daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Hide The Loot wore the pink vest as favourite at $2.20 to a six and a half lengths win over Teddy Tool ($3.10). The Ian Freeman owned Launchinator completed the double for Chris by posting 25.29 to score in the 440 metres Free For All. The son of Where’s Pedro and Somerton Lass came from box four at $38.20 to beat McCosker Speed ($25.60) by a length and a half.
Red hot magpie Sandown June 10
LINDEN MAGPIE ran the new PB and BOD time of 29.51 to take out a 515 metres Grade 5 on Sunday. Coming from box one as the red hot favourite at $1.40, the John Norden owned and trained chaser saluted by three quarters of a length over Kevin Bale ($3.90), with Hotel Baci ($22.70) seven lengths further astern. Linden Magpie, a son of Where’s Pedro and Avon Lyla May, has won 11 of his 27 starts. Miss Jamaica posted 29.92 to take out a 515 metres Grade 5. Wearing the white vest as favourite at $2.80, the daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Hectic Schooner led throughout to score by two and a quarter lengths over Sonic Missile ($3.80), with Star Rashad ($33.90) two and three quarter lengths back in third spot. Miss Jamaica, owned by Peter Downing, was the first leg of a winning double for trainer, Jan Cottrell. Arising completed the double for Jan by running the BOD time of 34.01 when an effortless all the way winner of a 595 metres Grade 5. The son of Bombastic Shiraz and Pure Elle came from box three as favourite at $1.50 to bolt in by 13¾ lengths over Emotion Princess ($13.70), with Mr. Sharp ($10.90) two and three quarter lengths further afield. Arising has now started 14 times for six wins. Razza Bale made it five wins on the trot by registering the new PB of 29.66 to score in a 515 metres Grade 5. The black chaser came from the inside trap as the punters elect at $2.50 to salute by two and a quarter lengths over Leelicious ($3.00), with Malvado ($14.50) picking up third money, two and three quarter lengths away. Razza Bale, a daughter of Dyna Lachlan and Spiral Bale, is trained by Graeme Bate for Paul Wheeler.
The best drive Bendigo June 11
Girls day out. The judge couldn’t split Narelle Tapp’s two runners in the seventh event at Warragul on June 7. Both kennelmates Oxley Flyer and Citi Legend deadheated in the WWR Sawdust Grade 5 Tier 3 event over 400 metres. Pictured are Narelle, her daughter Jade and Dawn Johnson. Page 68 – National Greyhound Form, Thursday, June 14th, 2012
DRIVE AWAY ran the BOD time of 24.29 to land Tier 3 Grade 5 over 425 metres on Monday. Coming from box eight at $8.00, the Brandyn Grenfell trained chaser scored by six and three quarter lengths over Hot Or Not ($5.10), with Lexton Lad ($5.50) coming in
third, two and a half lengths back. A winner of five of his 34 starts, Drive Away is a son of November Fury and Dashing Rose, owned by Scott Melville. Zimzala took the time honours over the 500 metres by posting 28.52 to score in a Tier 3 Grade 5. Rated at $4.00 out of box five, the black galloper saluted by two and a quarter lengths over Olwyn ($5.80), with Rambo Lui ($9.10) four and a half lengths further astern. Zimzala, who’s won two of his 11 outings, was the second leg of a winning litter double for owners the Slater Syndicate and trainer, Carol Jackson. Mini Malibu was the first leg of the litter double for connections and she returned the new PB of 28.72 to score in a 500 metres Tier 3 Grade 5. Sent to box two at $5.00, the daughter of Bombastic Shiraz and Water Wheel defeated Five Scallywags ($3.90 fav) by a half length, with Sixteen Candles ($6.90) collecting third money, three and a half lengths back. Rare Onyx was considered a good thing in a 425 metres Tier 3 Grade 5 and led throughout to score. Wearing the red vest as the odds-on $1.90 favourite, the Janine Davis owned and trained chaser saluted by three quarters of a length over Zoomba ($11.90), with Bowstreet Cinque ($15.20) six and a half lengths further astern. Rare Onyx, a daughter of Bit Chili and Miranda Bay, recorded the time of 24.34.
Black Knight’s night Cranbourne June 11 THE BLACK KNIGHT scored his first race win by taking out the 311 metres Maiden Qualy Final on Monday night. After qualifying in 18.09, the Paul Andrews trained sprinter came from box four at $15.40 to beat I’m Someone ($18.50) by three quarters of a length, with Danyo’s Boy ($7.60) three and a quarter lengths further afield. The Black Knight, a son of Elite State and Ann Shirly, owned by David Bartolo, returned the time of 18.04. First starter, Totally Tango took time honours over the 520 metres by running 30.58 to take out heat two of the Maiden. Rated on top at $2.60 out of box one, the black and white youngster scored by six lengths over Have A Dip ($9.80), with Sonic Goddess ($11.00) three lengths back in third spot. Totally Tango, a daughter of Premier Fantasy and Can Tango, is trained by Neville King for the Pizazz Park Syndicate. Birthday Bonus took out the 520 metres Maiden Qualy Final. After winning his qualy in 31.20, the son of Collision and Spiral Rose went to box two at $11.80 and got home by five and a quarter lengths over Olivares ($30.80), with Atropos ($7.00) picking up third money, a neck away. Birthday Bonus, who recorded 30.97, is trained by Maxwell Williams for the Live Life Syndicate. Zambora Lover provided trainer, Robert Britton with the first leg of a winning double by running 30.79 to take out heat two of the 520 metres Grade 5. Owned by Charlie Azzopardi, the son of Cosmic Rumble and Secret Powers came from box two as favourite at $1.40 to score by two and three quarter lengths over Hell Rider ($9.30), with Himalaya ($26.60) three quarters of a length back in third spot. Chilly Babe for owners Matthew and Caryl Morris completed the double for Rob by posting 30.69 to score in heat three of the 520 metres Grade 5. The daughter of Surf Lorian and Miss Chilli came from box eight as favourite at $2.50 to score by two and three quarter lengths over Aldus Bale ($5.10), with Ears Tyson ($17.80) two and a quarter lengths further afield. Loveable Lyn ran the new PB and BON time of 17.88 to take out the 311 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade. Wearing the red vest as favourite at $2.30, the Lionel Kraemer trained sprinter beat Sooner Shake Ya ($5.20) by three and a quarter lengths, with Guppa Gee ($16.10) the next one in, three quarters of a length away. A winner of 10 of her 41 starts, Loveable Lyn is a daughter of Where’s Pedro and Demonica, owned by the Vanechteldabel Syndicate.
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Bear’s big win
Shepparton June 11
BEAR AFFAIR broke through with a big win in the 650 metres Novice Grade 5 on Monday night. Sent to box four at $3.90, the Martin Hanke owned and trained stayer bolted in by nine and three quarter lengths over Straight Jacket ($2.70 fav), with Dapto Kid ($11.20) eight and a half lengths further astern. Bear Affair, a son of Texas Gold and Olgers Affair, ran 38.20 at his seventh attempt at scoring. Gaye’s Delight picked up the GOBIS Bonus when successful in the final of the 450 metres Maiden. Coming from box five as the popular elect at $1.80, the daughter of Where’s Pedro and Irish Princess scored by two lengths over True To God ($12.30), with Macho Man ($7.40) a length and three quarters back in third spot. Gaye’s Delight, owned and trained by Phillip Clark, returned the time of 25.94. Allen Hertz ran the new PB and BON time of 25.28 to take out the 450 metres Mixed 4th/5th Grade.
After lining up in box seven at $5.50, the Graeme Bate trained galloper saluted by four and three quarter lengths over Cocky Boy ($3.60), with Denersur ($6.90) the next to arrive, a length and three quarters away. Allen Hertz, who’s won 21 of his 78 starts, is a son of Collision and Clementine Bale, owned by Jan Wheeler. Time honours for the 390 metres were awarded to Major McCheese after he clocked 22.08 to land a Grade 5. Drawn in box five as favourite at $3.20, the son of El Galo and Body Trim beat Proven Breeze ($23.70) by nine lengths, with Savannah’s Star ($5.50) picking up third money, a length in arrears. A winner of three of his 13 outings, Major McCheese is trained by Barry Hiscock for the McIvor Turbo Racing Syndicate.
Ray ’s rare result Virginia June 10
A GOOD MIX of greyhounds and some very competitive racing saw another 11 happy winners on the day. Ray Burgess made the trip from Port Pirie
a welcome experience when he went home with four winners – Rise A Knight, Pure Flash, Burrendong Way and Long Board. Black and Blue returned to the winner’s circle for Damien Mills and ran best of day 15.06, while Neil and Teresa Mann enjoyed the wins of Nirimba Sapphire and Kreuzer Waite. Carole Scott was happy with the return of Go Harvey Go, Noel Bland and Paul Turner also greeted the judge with Big Wheels and Celtique Belle. Our next meeting is scheduled for June 24 and all grades will be catered for… remember, its dependent upon the nominations received. With only four more meetings before the 2012 Waterloo Cup, owners and trainers are reminded that greyhounds must have competed twice at the coursing to be eligible. Nominations for June 24 close with GRSA at 9.00am on Wednesday, June 20. - Judi Hurley RESULTS RACE 1: KENNARD’S HIRE MAIDEN STAKE Ken Myers’ REGAL KILLER (black bitch, January 2010; Regal Ricky x Sacharissa) defeated Where’s Hannah by a length in 15.45
RACE 2: ADELAIDE PLAINS VET SURGERY MAIDEN STAKE The Burgess/Knott owned RISE A KNIGHT (black dog, June 2009; Regal Brett x Cool Serenade) defeated Bikini Token by 6 lengths in 15.40 Winner trained by Ray Burgess RACE 3 : EMERLEY PARK MAIDEN STAKE McAtee/Williams owned GO HARVEY GO (white/fawn dog, November 2008; Pure Octane x Madam Lash) defeated Albenator by1½ lengths in 15.62 Winner trained by Carole Scott RACE 4: GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE Stuart Joyce’s PURE FLASH (red fawn dog, November 2009; Pure Octane x Royal Bullicourt) defeated Drafty Nellie by 2 lengths in 15.50 Winner trained by Ray Burgess RACE 5: KENNARD’S HIRE MAIDEN STAKE Noel Bland’s BIG WHEELS (black dog, March 2009; Black Enforcer x Sounds The Best) defeated Crafty Connie by 2½ lengths in 15.80 RACE 6: ADELAIDE PLAINS VET SURGERY MAIDEN STAKE Turner/Cahill owned CELTIQUE BELLE (brindle bitch, April 2010; Emerley Carlos x Lin’s Folly) defeated Eddy Gordo by 3 lengths in 15.53 Winner trained by Paul Turner
RACE 7: EMERLEY PARK NOVICE STAKE Peter Luxton’s NIRIMBA SAPPHIRE (brindle/ white bitch, January 2009; Big Daddy Cool x Nirimba Cool) defeated Charlie Rollens 1½ lengths in 15.24 Winner trained by Neil Mann RACE 8: GOTBA NOVICE STAKE The Mann family’s KREUZER WAITE (white/ red fawn dog, February 2010; Where’s Pedro x All Style) defeated Flying Belle 1¼ lengths in 15.48 Winner trained by Neil Mann RACE 9: KENNARD’S HIRE FREE FOR ALL STAKE Damien Mills’ BLACK AND BLUE (blue dog, December 2009; Black Enforcer x Sell Some Blue) defeated Slipper’s Sweet by 2½ lengths in 15.06 Winner trained by Alisha Sutherland RACE 10: ADELAIDE PLAINS VET SURGERY MAIDEN STAKE Darren Mines’ BURRENDONG WAY (dark brindle dog, December 2009; Meticulous x Bronie Blue Bell) defeated Gun Jack by 5 lengths in 15.50 Winner trained by Ray Burgess RACE 11: EMERLEY PARK MAIDEN STAKE Knotty’s Syndicate’s LONG BOARD (blue dog, October 2010; Surf Lorian x Peach Bikini) defeated No Second Prize by a length in 15.63 Winner trained by Ray Burgess
MR. CHINO seized the initiative when a first turn skirmish scuttled the claims of half the field of stayers in Sunday’s $75,000 Plaster Board Duke Of Edinburgh Silver Collar. That ultimately led to the thoroughly deserved victory for the Arch Lawrence bred, co-owned and trained stayer at the Manukau Stadium in Auckland. That melee allowed Mr. Chino to slip into a trailing position behind the free-wheeling pacesetter; at that stage it was Freddy John. Racing down the back the last time in the gruelling 779 metres staying test saw Mr. Chino grind his way ever so much closer. Lurking ominously just behind was The Meadows Super Stayers victor, Thrilling Brat, while the crowd’s darling, Swift Fantasy was beginning to mount her sustained finishing burst from the rear. Mr. Chino claimed the tiring Freddy John when swinging for home and held on stoutly to nail his Group 1 victory by two lengths over a gallant Thrilling Brat in 46.79. Finishing resolutely to claim third, a further two and a half lengths behind was the brave Swift Fantasy. For Lawrence, along with his racing partner and wife, Gloria, this victory ticked-off a long held ambition to win the great race. The couple has travelled the length and breath of New Zealand with their stayers for many years. They have been real staunch supporters of the staying greyhound; hence the thoroughly deserved accolade for the Cambridge (Waikato) based couple. Previously the Lawrences have trained stayers that have secured them three minor Silver Collar placings. “I felt numb when Mr. Chino hit the line – it was the realization that we had finally won the great race.”
Jessie Rumble, raced by Tony Lockett and trained by Steve Kavanagh, was one of the youngsters who participated in the Cosmic Rumble Grade 5 series at Lismore on June 12. - pic courtesy Tarrah Vanderstok
GREYHOUNDS AUSTRALASIA (GA), in conjunction with Australian Greyhound Veterinarians (AGV) and the University of Melbourne, wish to update participants on the progress made by Dr. Steven Karamatic, who is investigating Post-Exercise Distress Syndromes (PEDS) in greyhounds. PEDS is a term used to describe a variety of syndromes seen after greyhounds exercise. It currently includes diaphragmatic flutter (commonly termed ‘thumps’), postexercise ataxia (commonly termed ‘hypoxia’), seizures and collapse. Dr. Karamatic has provided GA with ongoing reports since this study commenced, and is pleased to share the following information with the industry: The majority of the planned data collection has occurred with the project. Over 4,000 greyhounds were assessed for signs of ‘thumps’ after exercise. Interim results indicate that on average
greyhounds with thumps were more likely to be placed than unplaced, female than male, 57 days younger, had 4 less race starts and raced in earlier races. Data from samples collected from 40 racing greyhounds in Victoria before and after exercise is in the process of being analysed. From initial observations, it appears results are similar between greyhounds with and without ‘thumps’. There was no significant difference in measured pH, ionised calcium, potassium or magnesium. Extensive studies have occurred on the limited number of ataxic greyhounds seen, and results show their routine blood parameters to be within normal limits before and after exercise. Pre-exercise treatment with glucose or calcium gluconate has not stopped the onset of ataxia. It is believed from clinical signs that the
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transient ataxia experienced is cerebellar in origin, but magnetic resonance imaging studies of the brain have been unremarkable. He believes it is likely a genetic link exists for the ‘hypoxia’ condition, which is relatively rare (ie. 0.43% of starters) observed. In closing, Dr. Karamatic, stated that, “The project has been very enlightening, and racing industry members, veterinarians and the greyhounds themselves will benefit from a number of the important findings surrounding various post-exercise conditions. I hope this research stimulates additional industry-funded studies that improve the health and welfare of greyhounds in Australia.” The project remains on track to be completed by late 2012, with the next update following the AGV Annual Conference in October 2012. - Craig Taberner Chief Executive Officer
Arch Lawrence and Mr. Chino after their success in New Zealand’s premier staying event.
NZ stayer, Mr. Chino landed the prestigious Duke Of Edinburgh Silver Collar on the weekend. The son of Big Daddy Cool and Mochaccino defeated Thrilling Brat and Swift Fantasy in 46.79. “I thought, thank goodness we have finally cracked it.” “I guess, to be honest, we benefited from a bit of luck when that tangle-up occurred. But hey, that’s racing,” a relieved Arch Lawrence stated about this son of Big Daddy Cool and Mochaccino, adding, “This is the absolute ultimate – to have bred him, reared him and trained him to this victory in this most prestigious race is a sublime feeling.” Thrilling Brat (Hallucinate - Thrilling Faith) toughed it out for his placing, producing an effort that trainer Karen Walsh said, “I’m really rapt with him. He has had some issues, so I’m really proud of his performance.” For Swift Fantasy it was the conclusion of a marvellous career of a stayer that captured the imagination of the nation. It was her freakish finishing bursts that carried her from a tailed-off last position to victory that enthralled followers. But for trainer, Steve Clark and owner, Melbourne’s Shamus Sutcliffe, it is the end of an amazing journey. During the week, together they made the call to retire this five year -ld daughter of Premier Fantasy and Swift Flyer, who was bred by Geoff Collins. “I thought she had every chance of picking them up down the back straight, but I guess age has caught up with her.” “For Lady (kennel name) to finish in the first three was a fantastic effort,” stated Clark about the 2010 Duke Of Edinburgh Silver Collar winner. And a proud Sutcliffe said afterwards, “What a magic ride Swift Fantasy has provided me with. I cannot praise Steve and Kath (Wilson - his partner) highly enough with what they have done with Lady.” “She has earned her retirement and I’m fairly certain she will visit Mogambo when she comes into season,” he stated about this winner of 14 of her 36 races, including five Group victories and $152,156 in stake earnings. Remarkably, all of those races were staying events.
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177 -36-34-37 106 -36-26-10 182 -36-22-31 113 -36-22-10 187 -36-20-18 138 -36-18-18 114 -36-18-18 95 -36-17-10 87 -36-6-14 208 -35-37-38 153 -35-29-16 159 -35-28-28 152 -35-22-15 187 -35-18-23 148 -35-8-16 218 -34-38-29 162 -34-33-27 169 -34-32-20 98 -34-26-4 193 -34-24-22 148 -34-23-20 166 -34-20-30 203 -34-20-22 100 -34-20-14 278 -34-16-28 136 -34-16-20 100 -34-14-16 165 -34-10-22 168 -33-30-30 132 -33-26-26 165 -33-26-20 174 -33-22-22 164 -33-20-10 155 -33-13-20 71 -33-12-10 85 -33-10-9 232 -32-45-40 309 -32-42-60 200 -32-41-30 281 -32-40-54 240 -32-39-40 215 -32-34-35 188 -32-34-28 195 -32-34-14 224 -32-32-32 172 -32-32-26 171 -32-31-27 202 -32-30-26 163 -32-28-32 151 -32-27-16 167 -32-26-18 202 -32-24-41 190 -32-23-23 285 -32-22-32 163 -32-22-28 122 -32-22-20 109 -32-22-13 175 -32-20-24 137 -32-19-16 210 -32-18-34 155 -32-18-18 141 -32-18-11 119 -32-16-16 78 -32-16-10 179 -32-14-24 118 -32-14-12 276 -31-43-36 124 -31-30-20 218 -31-26-30 129 -31-26-10 127 -31-26-2 165 -31-21-23 196 -31-20-16 142 -31-20-14 152 -31-18-18 139 -31-18-16 186 -31-17-18 83 -31-14-12 97 -31-14-8 70 -31-14-4 275 -30-61-38 299 -30-50-50 287 -30-42-29 182 -30-38-24 248 -30-34-36 336 -30-31-45 127 -30-30-16 229 -30-29-42 169 -30-28-25 161 -30-23-28 216 -30-22-22 159 -30-20-18 128 -30-20-12 173 -30-16-28 112 -30-15-10 176 -30-14-22 147 -30-14-11 87 -30-14-6 168 -30-12-37 116 -30-12-12 125 -30-12-9 113 -30-11-10 86 -30-10-14 81 -30-9-6 159 -30-8-30 60 -30-8-2 243 -29-36-18 214 -29-27-26 110 -29-25-2 114 -29-17-10 108 -29-16-5 129 -29-14-24 157 -29-12-26 139 -29-10-18 87 -29-8-14 358 -28-54-57 263 -28-37-47 174 -28-33-20 147 -28-32-8 241 -28-30-46 219 -28-28-35 175 -28-28-29 135 -28-28-10 206 -28-26-34 168 -28-24-18 161 -28-24-16 150 -28-23-16 215 -28-22-34 134 -28-21-26 184 -28-20-18 185 -28-18-22 98 -28-18-4 131 -28-16-14 165 -28-14-20 121 -28-14-19 97 -28-14-5 139 -28-12-37 81 -28-7-8 121 -28-6-18 78 -28-6-12 242 -27-42-23 160 -27-32-24 172 -27-30-21 182 -27-28-21 200 -27-26-42 131 -27-22-22 179 -27-16-24 149 -27-12-18 81 -27-8-4 337 -26-50-46 164 -26-45-24 187 -26-40-42 232 -26-40-36 169 -26-37-26 283 -26-34-35 204 -26-33-34 250 -26-32-52 184 -26-32-28 143 -26-30-27 130 -26-28-18 177 -26-27-30 104 -26-26-14 201 -26-24-22 144 -26-24-22 108 -26-24-17 119 -26-24-14 145 -26-24-6 165 -26-22-26 209 -26-20-26 182 -26-18-30 176 -26-18-24
20.33% 33.96% 19.78% 31.85% 19.25% 26.08% 31.57% 37.89% 41.37% 16.82% 22.87% 22.01% 23.02% 18.71% 23.64% 15.59% 20.98% 20.11% 34.69% 17.61% 22.97% 20.48% 16.74% 34.00% 12.23% 25.00% 34.00% 20.06% 19.64% 25.00% 20.00% 18.96% 20.12% 21.29% 46.47% 38.82% 13.79% 10.35% 16.00% 11.38% 13.33% 14.88% 17.02% 16.41% 14.28% 18.06% 18.71% 15.84% 19.63% 21.19% 19.16% 15.84% 16.84% 11.22% 19.63% 26.22% 29.35% 18.28% 23.35% 15.23% 20.64% 22.69% 26.89% 41.02% 17.87% 27.11% 11.23% 25.00% 14.22% 24.03% 24.04% 18.78% 15.81% 21.83% 20.39% 22.03% 16.66% 37.34% 31.95% 44.28% 10.09% 10.03% 10.45% 16.48% 12.09% 8.92% 23.62% 13.01% 17.75% 18.63% 13.88% 18.86% 23.43% 17.34% 26.78% 17.04% 20.04% 34.48% 17.85% 25.86% 24.00% 26.54% 34.88% 37.03% 18.86% 50.00% 11.93% 13.55% 26.36% 25.43% 26.85% 22.48% 18.47% 20.86% 33.33% 7.82% 10.64% 16.09% 19.04% 11.61% 12.78% 16.00% 20.74% 13.59% 16.66% 17.39% 18.66% 13.02% 20.89% 15.21% 15.13% 28.57% 21.37% 16.96% 23.14% 28.86% 20.14% 34.56% 23.14% 35.89% 11.15% 16.87% 15.69% 14.83% 13.05% 20.61% 15.08% 18.12% 33.33% 7.71% 15.85% 13.09% 11.02% 15.38% 9.18% 12.74% 10.04% 14.13% 18.18% 20.00% 14.68% 25.00% 12.93% 18.05% 24.07% 21.84% 17.93% 15.75% 12.44% 14.28% 14.77%
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HIDDEN ASSETS ONE TREE HILL JENYLYN STANLEY DIORISSIMO CAWBOURNE JESSIE SHARI TO GO ZIN ZIN ZANZIBA GAZSHA ROYAL CHORD LIKA WITCH ANNS REGRET GENISTA GEMINI CHAT LINE ALABAMA TOURIST GEOFFS MATE KYRA SHIRAZ MY LITTLE LADY TILKA LEE MISS ELEFTHERIA COROLLA PERFECT COCKTAIL KILLKENNY BOUND MOOD SWINGER UNO NAN TRANQUIL TOUCH SWEET APPLE PIE OR CATRA JUST DAZZLE EM CITI HERITAGE GOLORINDA OODEIM LARA SHEZA MIDDY MID CITY MANDY JUST THE SPARK SWELLIGANT ABUNDIA BOO SPOT THE ROYAL JOYFUL LEE LE ROYALE EVIL LYN EXCUSED DR LORIAN DYNA BILITY NOVA KEROMA JENNAS PRIDE TRENDY RAIDER TRANQUIL GODDESS HALF SOVEREIGN ROXANNE PASSION SUITE TAHLIA CLASSY CREEK CAMDEN SHIRAZ SLIM SANDY WEZ DA PICNIC MISS BRADMAN BAHLOO EXPRESS DENTED PRIDE GO WILD LADY MISS MATCH SPOT ROCKS STAR ELITE ZALI BALE BRIGHT KEEPING KITE STREET JAY JAYS DANCER OSTIS DELIGHT HANSON CHARM SPRING VINTAGE WITH INTEGRITY LICORICE BALE TINY RASCAL NICELY DONE TIFI GLEN ABBEY TREAT JILLIE BEAN IN MY DREAMS CHARMING MISS FIRE GLOW SPLENDOUR BAY GODDESS MISS ELLY MINT JEMMAS IMAGE CHINA CRUISE THRILLING LUCY MISS DIAZ LEDARO ELLY MIDNIGHT LACE MISS SHAK RAPID MIDNIGHT FLAME QUEEN BRIEMMA QUEEN CLEOPATRA HERO GIRL GROUPIE JURASSIC PEBBLES ANGEL DOLL ONLY KEEPING FAITH IN BUNDY SCAR CRASH BOGIE KATE LAGOON SMYLEE LAVITA VALLEY GLORY HECTIC SCHOONER IDOL APPEAL SIROCCO PEARL SECRET SESSION BUNDY BABE SPANISH SPIRAL HONEY MIST BARRIO BLUES SPICE MAGIC GORGAS VILLIFY OXLEY GYPSY ICE SIND WHAT A GOODWIN EUREKA DISCO DANA SAMMY LIL JO FLICK THE SWITCH RECHARGEABLE DANA GRETEL STEP OUT MORE TO LIFE SONIC SURF TUNCURRY TIGER PETITE MAMSELLE STUNNING STYLE MODEL CONQUEST WHO TOLD HELEN JULES ASNER LITTLE BOO KITTY OSHEA EVE WITCH PIRATE BROOKLYN RAIN RESTLESS DESIRE COLD ETHYL MISS ETTALONG SEKULA STAR WESTEND KAITLYN LITTLE MARVEL EFFIE MAY MOTHER LODE AKAROA DOLL HIRLY GIRLY MY QUOTED INVICTUS COSMIC WINSOME JOY POPTART ANOTHER NOBODY MISS BROOK OUR BLUE ANGEL QUEENLY LITTLE SANTA INCOHERENT TRINITY COUNTY MAPLE BALE LOVEY CRAVES IT ELITE LOVE HITECH STAR SLICK HANNAH READY TO STAR ANNA GOANNA SUPERIOR INC PORTLEE MADDIES MEMORY PRESTIGE GIRL HARBOUR STORY ACTION ZAM
114 -26-18-17 122 -26-18-16 108 -26-18-16 149 -26-18-14 123 -26-16-20 134 -26-16-19 109 -26-16-12 107 -26-16-10 117 -26-15-27 193 -26-14-20 89 -26-13-12 237 -26-12-28 133 -26-12-12 106 -26-11-13 88 -26-10-18 72 -26-10-6 70 -26-8-6 69 -26-8-6 188 -25-40-18 171 -25-38-26 194 -25-37-18 291 -25-36-28 242 -25-34-40 185 -25-34-22 191 -25-30-38 168 -25-28-24 171 -25-24-26 118 -25-24-8 147 -25-22-22 129 -25-19-16 151 -25-17-14 112 -25-16-18 65 -25-16-4 122 -25-15-10 136 -25-14-16 120 -25-14-12 116 -25-13-10 92 -25-9-9 50 -25-5-4 53 -25-2-6 171 -24-42-20 233 -24-41-34 237 -24-37-36 159 -24-35-35 205 -24-32-16 149 -24-30-28 205 -24-28-24 151 -24-28-24 149 -24-28-23 147 -24-26-28 120 -24-26-18 178 -24-24-32 126 -24-24-20 165 -24-23-20 159 -24-22-12 100 -24-22-10 100 -24-22-10 126 -24-20-18 117 -24-20-10 160 -24-19-28 121 -24-19-20 108 -24-19-13 106 -24-19-10 130 -24-18-20 108 -24-18-14 103 -24-18-14 107 -24-18-6 137 -24-16-27 106 -24-16-22 209 -24-14-24 140 -24-14-14 80 -24-14-14 73 -24-12-14 78 -24-12-9 78 -24-12-8 94 -24-12-6 96 -24-11-26 98 -24-10-22 84 -24-10-16 84 -24-10-14 69 -24-9-4 79 -24-8-16 159 -24-8-12 60 -24-8-6 82 -24-8-2 70 -24-6-4 50 -24-6-1 128 -24-2-26 261 -23-54-46 239 -23-40-28 128 -23-34-22 219 -23-33-42 133 -23-30-21 164 -23-28-14 71 -23-26-2 147 -23-23-22 114 -23-22-7 155 -23-19-28 140 -23-18-14 118 -23-16-20 104 -23-16-13 121 -23-16-8 108 -23-16-2 61 -23-14-8 111 -23-10-8 72 -23-7-10 301 -22-51-33 162 -22-44-30 190 -22-42-15 200 -22-34-22 253 -22-34-19 164 -22-30-18 164 -22-28-22 147 -22-28-20 130 -22-28-16 124 -22-28-10 168 -22-26-26 222 -22-24-30 203 -22-24-30 121 -22-24-14 165 -22-23-35 149 -22-22-28 146 -22-22-18 138 -22-22-13 170 -22-21-30 168 -22-21-18 188 -22-20-28 157 -22-20-24 122 -22-20-14 103 -22-20-14 128 -22-20-10 98 -22-20-4 117 -22-18-17 162 -22-18-14 137 -22-18-11 72 -22-18-6 173 -22-16-29 165 -22-16-24 97 -22-16-12 80 -22-16-8 169 -22-15-31 181 -22-15-16 109 -22-15-12 117 -22-15-9 100 -22-14-18 139 -22-14-16 79 -22-14-5 153 -22-13-26 87 -22-13-12 180 -22-12-18 98 -22-12-14 105 -22-11-10 82 -22-10-14 57 -22-10-6 86 -22-8-14 88 -22-8-10 70 -22-8-8 38 -22-4-2 198 -21-44-26 107 -21-31-8 139 -21-28-20 112 -21-21-22 223 -21-20-26 155 -21-20-19 126 -21-20-10 85 -21-18-16 158 -21-16-24 132 -21-16-11 87 -21-13-20 119 -21-12-14 102 -21-12-10
22.08% 21.31% 24.07% 17.44% 21.13% 19.04% 23.85% 24.29% 22.22% 13.47% 29.21% 10.97% 19.54% 24.52% 29.54% 36.11% 37.14% 37.68% 13.29% 14.61% 12.88% 8.59% 10.33% 13.51% 13.08% 14.88% 14.61% 21.18% 17.00% 19.37% 16.55% 22.32% 38.46% 20.49% 18.38% 20.83% 21.55% 27.17% 50.00% 47.16% 14.03% 10.03% 10.12% 15.09% 11.07% 16.01% 11.07% 15.89% 16.01% 16.32% 20.00% 13.48% 19.04% 14.54% 15.09% 24.00% 24.00% 19.04% 20.51% 15.00% 19.83% 22.22% 22.64% 18.46% 22.22% 23.03% 22.42% 17.51% 22.64% 11.48% 17.14% 30.00% 32.87% 30.76% 30.76% 25.53% 25.00% 24.48% 28.57% 28.57% 34.78% 30.37% 15.09% 40.00% 29.26% 34.28% 48.00% 18.75% 8.81% 9.62% 17.96% 10.05% 17.29% 14.02% 32.39% 15.64% 20.17% 14.83% 16.42% 19.49% 22.11% 19.00% 21.29% 37.07% 20.72% 31.94% 7.03% 13.58% 11.57% 11.00% 8.69% 13.41% 13.41% 14.96% 16.92% 17.74% 13.09% 9.09% 10.83% 18.18% 13.33% 14.76% 15.06% 15.94% 12.94% 13.09% 11.07% 14.01% 18.03% 21.35% 17.18% 22.44% 18.08% 13.58% 16.05% 30.55% 12.71% 13.33% 22.68% 27.05% 13.01% 12.15% 20.18% 18.08% 22.00% 15.82% 27.84% 14.37% 25.28% 12.22% 22.44% 20.95% 26.82% 38.59% 25.58% 25.00% 31.42% 57.89% 10.06% 19.62% 15.01% 18.75% 9.41% 13.54% 16.66% 24.07% 13.29% 15.09% 24.13% 17.64% 20.58%
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