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Crocmedia to sponsor The Nationals The Sandown Greyhound Racing Club this week announced Crocmedia as major partner of the 2018 Greyhound Clubs Australia National Championships. Crocmedia enjoys an increasingly significant position in the Australian sports media landscape, boasting partnerships with the cream of Australian and international sports. Crocmedia’s obsession for creating engaging sport and entertainment content is a perfect fit for greyhound racing and expands further upon Crocmedia’s existing involvement in the sport. The Crocmedia National Championships brings greyhound racing fans, participants and administrators together in a week-long celebration of the sport, incorporating a number of industry conferences as well as the annual Greyhound Clubs Australia Awards night, and culminates in the staging of the group 1 Crocmedia National Championships on Friday 24 August. Sandown Greyhound Racing Club Chairman Neil Brown was delighted to welcome Crocmedia on board for one of greyhound racing’s highest profile events. “Crocmedia is one of the country’s most innovative sports media companies and we’re excited to have

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them on board for the Nationals,” Brown said. “The focus of every fan of the sport will be on Sandown Park in August and we’re looking forward to partnering with Crocmedia to make the 2018 Nationals a memorable event for all.” Crocmedia Chief Executive Officer Craig Hutchison said the partnership with the Sandown Greyhound Racing Club strengthens Crocmedia’s longstanding relationship with greyhound racing. “We’re thrilled to support one of Australian greyhound racing’s marquee events,” Hutchison said. “Greyhound racing is a vibrant, exciting sport that continues to go from strength to strength. Crocmedia has been proud to support initiatives such as the Ready2Race sales and the Chase for Charity, and we’re looking forward to being a part of this year’s National Championships.” The Crocmedia National Sprint Championship and Crocmedia National Distance Championship grand finals will be run at Sandown Park on Friday 24 August.

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Copley’s Corner


Coursing Clubs - News Vic & SA


Greyhound Clubs Australia-Calendar/Results

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13 July

Greyhounds in the home


Greyhound Care - Vets


Metropolitan Results from last week


Metropolitan Sires List - NSW June


Healesville, Bendigo, Geelong and Sale.

Photo Magic


Property For Sale


Pups for sale


Victorian meetings coming up over the next week: Friday



14 July

Traralgon and The Meadows.


15 July

Sandown (SAP), Healesville, and Sale.

Rhonda’s World (Rhonda Singleton)


16 July

Ballarat, Shepparton and Traralgon.


17 July

Horsham, Geelong and Warragul.

Talking Breeding NSW


Talking Breeding Victoria


Wednesday 18 July

The Meadows (MEP), Bendigo, Cranbourne and Ballarat.


Warragul, Shepparton, Geelong and Sandown.

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Metropolitan winners

Winners for last week’s top metropolitan sires Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia. Breeding and trainers of last week’s metropolitan winners. Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia Week ending 1 July

Last week, there were 21 metropolitan meetings in the six states, and the most successful sires at those meetings were as follows: 20

Fernando Bale.


Barcia Bale.




Magic Sprite.


Cosmic Rumble.


KC And All* and Kinloch Brae*.


El Grand Senor, Lochinvar Marlow, Paw Licking and Spring Gun.


Banjo Boy, Bekim Bale and Dyna Double One.


Bella Infrared*, Collision, Dyna Villa, My Bro Fabio and Premier Fantasy*.


Don’t Knocka Him, High Earner, Kelsos Fusileer*, Nolen and Where’s Pedro.


Brett Lee, Buck Fever, Destini Fireball, Dyna Lachlan, Fear Zafonic*, Hostile, Knocka Norris, Mogambo, Shakey Jakey, Swift Fancy and Trewly Special.


Big Daddy Cool, Bit Chili, Black Magic Opal, Bond, Buckle Up Wes, Cosmic Chief, Djays Octane*, Don Chendo, Dyna Nalin, Dyna Tron, Elite State, Exceptional, Glen Gallon, Head Bound, Jarvis Bale, Kilty Lad, Milldean Panther*, Nitro Burst, Oaks Road, Our Toyman, Outa Credit, Peter Rocket, Rapid Octane, Red Lesta, St. Pierre, Stagger, Sure As, Train A Journey, Turanza Bale and Velocette.

Winners and their breeding and trainers, from all Metropolitan meetings in Vic, NSW, Qld, S.A, W.A and Tasmania appear on our facebook page, as soon as possible each morning. Victorian-Greyhound-Weekly-1781809112100364/

Angle Park – Monday 2 July 1. Alpha Aion (Magic Sprite x Queen Of Cyprus) B. Rawlings 2. Alicante Bouchet (Kilty Lad x Mighty Chaos) B. Rawlings 3. Lose Your Blues (High Earner x Oakvale Destiny) N. Wilson 4. Rachel Zane (KC And All* x Sally Brown) Kim Johnstone 5. Sketchy Gun (Brett Lee x Motown Girl) T. Richards 6. Dream A Little (Banjo Boy x Zardae) J. Jones 7. Mr. Arjay (Magic Sprite x Mingle) C. Swain 8. Tyla Grace (Head Bound x Megastar Supreme) E. Chegia 9. Pure Ability (Barcia Bale x My Delilah) N. Mann 10. Oh Jay Korie (KC And All* x Polly Bale) L. Rasmussen Albion Park – Monday 2 July 1. Mahoney (Bekim Bale x Exceeding Lee) T. Brett 2. Bullseye Doubt (Magic Sprite x Miss Torah Bee) P. Cauchi 3. Arabian Go Go (Train A Journey x Arabian Magic Tiu) B. Baker 4. Wheatacre (Velocette x Clair Vision) B. Baker 5. Dusty’s Chance (Where’s Pedro x Magic Dust) J. Crawford 6. Alpha Chaos (Magic Sprite x Queen Of Cyprus) J. Heddles 7. Sambucca Hayze (My Bro Fabio x Nebbiolo) J. Crawford 8. Charming Chaos (Cosmic Rumble x Kingsbrae Molly) M. Lalicz 9. Lil Miss Pinky (Spring Gun x Bogie Beltah) J. Conlon 10. Quite Sincere (Outa Credit x Classy Gypsy) S. Hunt Launceston – Monday 2 July 1. Jughead Jones (Kinloch Brae* x Ima Geisha Girl) L. Nichols 2. Hello Rhonda (Fernando Bale x Sing The Song) R. Grubb 3. Amo Bailar (Fernando Bale x Te Amo) G. Johnson 4. Dalhaus (Trewly Special x Sylvias Flame) B. Purse;; 5. Vrontios (Lochinvar Marlow x Tiu Jet) K. McConnon 6. Flippin’ Paw (Paw Licking x That Was Then) G. Townsend 7. Hello Pipit (High Earner x Stylish Moon) R. Grubb 8. Miss Hanigan (Fernando Bale x Te Amo) L. Nichols 9. Apollo Blue (Fernando Bale x Millie Grace) B. Deverell 10. Tynan (Knocka Norris x Captivating) P. Hili 11. St. Jenson (St. Pierre x Bell Haven) E. Medhurst


Metropolitan Winners Breeding and trainers of last week’s metropolitan winners. Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia.

Devonport – Tuesday 3 July 1. Wynburn Cha Cha (Barcia Bale x Wynburn Rush) B. Englund 2. Blue Kodak (Fabregas x Abusive) P. Tharle 3. Superb Innings (Destini Fireball x Flash Innings) J. Stamford 4. Buckle Up Axon (Buckle Up Wes x Amercia Bale) G. Johnson 5. Canya Jake (Shakey Jakey x Motown Girl) M. Sherriff 6. Halo Henry (High Earner x Stylish Moon) T. Ackerly 7. Gold Lenny (Spring Gun x Marananga Moss) R. Walker 8. Nebraska Beach (Bond Daisy Reltub) A.Bullock 9. Fishing Ducks (Hostile x Hawk Mouse) N. Howard 10. Snowball Emma (Don Chendo x Tricky Violet) A.Dawson 11. Militant (Hostile x Hawk Mouse) N. Howard.

S. Melville 3. Garick Olivander (Barcia Bale x Bathilda Bagshot) I. Cockerell 4. Railway Burra (Our Toyman x Chardonnay Doll) J. Torr 5. Lance Allen (KC And All* x Desalle Bale) S. Ferguson 6. Dyna Xervo (Kelsos Fusileer* x Xylia Allen) A.Dailly 7. Mepunga Debbie (My Bro Fabio x Mepunga Diva) J. McDowall 8. Kinloch Moss (Kinloch Brae* x Mepunga Moss) J. McDowall 9. Tahlia’s Diamond (Djays Octane x Bit Berger) T. Charwin 10. Pure White Evil (Barcia Bale x Father Of Mine) A.Terry 11. Quick Step (Lochinvar Marlow x Guacamole) J. Worsfold

Angle Park – Wednesday 4 July 1. Victa Max (El Grand Senor x Victa Victoria) R. Schadow 2. Victa Pedrosa (Fabregas x Victa Brooke) R. Schadow 3. Slipper’s Tee (Swift Fancy x Slipper’s Tonic) B. Jones 4. Victa Roz (Fabregas x Victa Brooke) R. Mackellar 5. Victa Cazza (Fabregas Victa Brooke) R. Mackellar 6. Don Lesta (Red Lesta x Rellim Lilly) L. Rasmussen Angle Park – Tuesday 3 July 1. Woodside Duke (Don’t Knocka Him x Playful Elly) G. 7. Victa Ollie (El Grand Senor x Victa Explored) Smith R. Schadow 2. Victa Polly (El Grand Senor x Victa Victoria) M. Giniotis 8. Dyna Adria (Dyna Villa x Julie Bale) L. Rasmussen 3. Victa Nash (El Grand Senor x Victa Victoria) M. Giniotis 9. Banquet (Collision x Wongawilli Wala) S. Feltus 4. Big Black Siyan (El Grand Senor x Topaz Siyan) N. 10. Tiger’s Empire (Dyna Tron x Liability) K. Murnane Treloar 5. Elite Chaos (Elite State x Mighty Chaos) B. Rawlings Wentworth Park – Wednesday 4 July 6. Nut Allergy (Lochinvar Marlow x Ticket To Mars) 1. Buck’s Future (Buck Fever x Midnight News) D. Swain S. Feltus 2. Metallic Flash (Fabregas x Little Meeka) P. Braddon 7. Emerley Jose (Magic Sprite x Emerley Senorita) J. Hurley 3. Alotta Talk (Fernando Bale x Tears Siam) D. Swain 8. Aston Abbott (Turanza Bale x Sweet It Is) T. Murray 4. Jimary Siesta (Cosmic Rumble x Harpo Lady) R. Tyler 9. Why That (Bekim Bale x Noaki Moth) T. Murray 5. Blocker Tifia (Banjo Boy x Tifia) C. O’Brien 10. Spring Daisy (Magic Sprite x Spring Leaf) G. Board 6. Seb Zarr Moonie (Fabregas x Midnight Zarr) W. Dance 11. Do The Hokey (Cosmic Rumble x Bad Memory) 7. Nangar Kash (Brett Lee x All Too Fancy) M. Hardman Kim Johnstone 8. Dyna Danna (Jarvis Bale x Carol Allen) S. Rhodes 9. Hello Robbo (Glen Gallon x Rachel Robbo) E. Robertson 10. Secretly Hot (Cosmic Rumble x Rascal) S. Swain Cannington – Tuesday 3 July 1. Canal Turn (Dyna Villa x Passionate Eyes) J. Cole 2. Bashful Zoe (Stagger x Lairon) M. McLennan Cannington – Wednesday 4 July 3. Westdale Prince (Kinloch Brae* x Ash Flash) A. McLaren 1. What A Crafter (Rapid Octane x Tina’s Dilema) 4. Cosmic Ox (Fabregas x Cosmic Sapphire) J. Marsh J. Graham 5. Zamazan (Premier Fantasy* x Peggie) M. McLennan 2. Ozzie Made (Shakey Jakey x Midnight News) J. Iwanyk 6. Go Gettem Kracka (Lochinvar Marlow x Belle Special) 3. Shinboner Spirit (Sure As x Wandy Carla) G. Hall J. Carmody 4. Trifive (Barcia Bale x Sharon Monelli) B. Maclean 7. Backpacker Jack (Cosmic Rumble x Serash Bale) 5. Reidy’s Runner (Dyna Double One x Buxton Miss) E. Crudeli C. Bennett 8. Schmick As (Buck Fever x Spring Aim) W. Rose 6. King Tony (Cosmic Rumble x Flying Sienna) K. Charles 9. Brooksy Monelli (Fernando Bale x Sharon Monelli) 7. Blackwood Burst (El Grand Senor x Lucy’s Image) D. Hobby P. Glenny 10. Fabs Gem (Fabregas x Cosmic Sapphire) G. Martin 8. Ortega City (Mogambo x Natural Sapphire) J. Marsh 11. Maude Monelli (Barcia Bale x Bingle Monelli) 9. Admiral Nelson (Exceptional x Hidden Diamond) D. Hobby T. Williams 12. Wizard Fun (Kinloch Brae* x Alotta Fun) L. Isaac 10. Primo Bolt (Premier Fantasy* x Gilgamesh) N. Minutillo 11. Explosive Smith (Cosmic Rumble x Explosive Ebony) T. Noden The Meadows (MEP) – Wednesday 4 July 1. My Victoria (Nitro Burst x Enchanted Bling) G. Kantzidis 12. Starlight Carla (Fernando Bale x Starlight Delly) 2. Markinch Maid (Trewly Special x Scarlet Maid) G. Price


Metropolitan Winners Breeding and trainers of last week’s metropolitan winners. Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia.

Sandown – Thursday 5 July 1. Often Imitated (KC And All* x Sweet It Is) B. Greenough 2. Yoda (My Bro Fabio x Lainey Bale) B. Ennis 3. Rockstar Toovey (Dyna Lachlan x Emelia Jade) A.Dailly 4. Tornado Tears (Fernando Bale x Tears Siam) R. Britton 5. Our Of Range (Fernando Bale x Nicki Fields) S. Thompson 6. Van Ann (Cosmic Rumble x Come On Luann) J. Borg 7. Neo Cleo (Cosmic Rumble x Ruby Ha Ha) R. Neocleous 8. Poke The Bear (Fernando Bale x Nicki Fields) S. Thompson 9. Slingshot Hammer (Fernando Bale x Little Hammer) R. Britton 10. Doc’s Reward (Kinloch Brae* x Gangbusters) C. Johannsen 11. Barooga Brett (Barcia Bale x Destini Gold) B. Ennis 12. Deliver (Fernando Bale x Veetee Saharrah) S. Thompson Albion Park – Thursday 5 July 1. Déjà vu Rock (Fernando Bale x Punk Rock Lass) T. Apap 2. Turn And Burn (Fear Zafonic* x Terrific Style) G. Gilbert 3. Knocker Knock (Don’t Knocka Him x Fernvale Flyer) M. Emery 4. Fabrique (Fabregas x Spirited Flame) C. Riordon 5. Maurice Minor (Cosmic Rumble x Shakeby) T. Tzouvelis 6. Sky Wave (Don’t Knocka Him x Ella Lezah) V. Sultana 7. Double Gee (Dyna Lachlan x Hot Spur) S. Zammit 8. Jury (Cosmic Chief x Velocity Sheba) T. Brett 9. Bimbadgen Man (Febregas x Taros Miss) D. Taylor 10. Infrared Star (Bella Infrared* x Vixon Lass) J. Price 11. Get Messi (Fabregas x Super Surfer) S. Lawrance Hobart – Thursday 5 July 1. Tactical Emporer (Spring Gun x No Cash Ear) J. Wilton 2. Geneva Lee (Where’s Pedro x Emerald Lee) E. Medhurst 3. South Serpent (Kinloch Brae* x Irisize) L. Nichols 4. Wynburn Lucifer (Destini Fireball x Miss Hetti) B. Deverell 5. Apollo Blue (Fernando Bale x Millie Grace) B. Deverell 6. Tenerife Sea (Dyna Double One x Key Missile) D. Cannan 7. Leeroy Rogue (Big Daddy Cool x Fantasy Rogue) D. Cannan 8. Doran’s Echo (Premier Fantasy* x Pen Shaw) R. Moate 9. Cawbourne Dawnie (Barcia Bale x Cawbourne Classy) L. Brazendale 10. Muppet (Nolen x Limbo Maid) P. Pearce 11. Monahan Lass (Fabregas x Screaming Bikini) B. Smith

7. Fox Gambler (Collision x Francescana) S. Gray 8. Spring Bridge (My Bro Fabio x Tina Lee) G. Board 9. Zudactyl Monelli (Bekim Bale x Luba Monelli) T. Rasmussen 10. Magic Condie (Magic Sprite x Miss Kiss) S. Feltus 11. Serena Machine (Banjo Boy x Rustic Reeta) J. Quinlivian Cannington – Friday 6 July 1. Benelli Monelli (Fabregas x Orthia Bale) K. Jovanovic 2. Nosey Flyer (Oaks Road x Secret Image) C. Bennett 3. Will Keeping (Barcia Bale x Beth Keeping) T. Erenshaw 4. Zafonic Force (Fear Zafonic* x Blonde State) M. Minutillo 5. Dandalup Annie (Bekim Bale x Rerod Rose) T. Thomas 6. Issue (Barcia Bale x Bronelly Dancer) M. Johnston 7. Miss Ramjet (Black Magic Opal x Classy Love) B. Cook 8. Owl Perfect (Fernando Bale x Sharkey Flash) J. Dailly 9. Crafty Rama (Collision x Pyjamarama) J. Iwanyk 10. Madeline Keeping (Fabregas x Naomi Keeping) T. Erenshaw 11. Playing Crazy (Barcia Bale x Perfect Poison) S. Withers 12. Mudzy (Barcia Bale x Golden Goal) T. Mullany The Meadows – Saturday 7 July 1. Hot Tip (Barcia Bale x Hot Irish) M. Briganti 2. Dyna Francine (Dyna Villa x Julia Bale) A.Dailly 3. Dyna Drew (Dyna Villa x Crystin Bale) S. Collins 4. Dyna Xervo (Kelsos Fusileer* x Chloe Allen) A.Dailly 5. Blue Hunter (Paw Licking x Live Wire) M. Lloyd 6. Ash Star (Bella Infrared* x Vixon Lass) M. Lloyd 7. Carltonian (Barcia Bale x Hot Irish) M. Briganti 8. Hone In (Spring Gun x Benalla Doll) B. Bravo 9. Fonty Allen (Kelsos Fusileer* x Dyna Kalia) S. Collins 10. Merc (Barcia Bale x Kirabilli Darcy) B. Panetta 11. Reality Hawk (Nolen x Top Reality) G. Mitchell 12. Fleur Delacour (Barcia Bale x Bathilda Bagshot) I. Cockerell Wentworth Park – Saturday 7 July 1. Big Daz (Cosmic Rumble x Princess Evey) J. King 2. Northern Nangar (Barcia Bale x All Too Fancy) C. Bell 3. King Panda (Cosmic Rumble x Hail Queenie) F. Hurst 4. 4. Splinters (Spring Gun x Bev’s Charm) A. Massina 5. True Talent (Fernando Bale x Nicki Fields) J. Mackay 6. Rostered On (KC And All x Subway To Venus) J. Gordon 7. Little Digger (Fernando Bale x Solar Pak) R. Smith 8. Ninghan Express (Mogambo x Goddess Mist) J. Porter 9. It’s My Secret (Collision x Audacious Elle) B. Tame 10. Taken King (Fernando Bale x Crackin Sort) J. Lord

Angle Park – Thursday 5 July 1. Vast (Cosmic Rumble x Pure Ask) T. Rasmussen 2. Shima Deal (Fernando Bale x Shimaguni) T. Rasmussen 3. Shima Breeze (Fernando Bale x Shimaguni) T. Rasmussen 4. Amity Marlow (Lochinvar Marlow x Amity Kinship) A. Milligan 5. Tuggerash (Cosmic Rumble x Such Is Life) R. Fewings 6. Croydon Boys (Spring Gun x Irish Marina) M. Stewart


Metropolitan Winners Breeding and trainers of last week’s metropolitan winners. Victoria, NSW, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia.

Cannington – Saturday 7 July 1. Dave’s Entity (Knocka Norris x Marley Girl) J. Jeffries 2. Egyptian Pirate (Where’s Pedro x Little Egyptian) R. Valenti 3. Scott Keeping (Bekim Bale x Kim Keeping) J. Jeffries 4. BundlesGalore (Dyna Nalin x Saving Bundles) M. Turner 5. Cropduster (KC And All x Sialia) P. Stuart 6. Garbrandt (KC And All* x Saving Bundles) J. Marsh 7. Dusty Mac (Dyna Double One x Roxy Mac) K. McLennan 8. Iona Flyer (Swift Fancy x Iona Habit) P. Brown 9. Hello I’m Steelo (Magic Sprite x Typhoon Monelli) D. Magistro 10. Sprightly Fella (Barcia Bale x Sprite Lee) F. Lowry 11. Carmalee (KC And All* x Saving Bundles) J. Marsh 12. Hard Wired (Barcia Bale x Roman Lee) M. Johnston Sandown (SAP) – Sunday 8 July 1. Sniper Strike (Kinloch Brae* x Zumba Queen) R. Lane 2. Whoomph (Magic Sprite x Lochinvar Vogue) M. Mallia-Magri 3. Awesome Catch (Fabregas x Veetee Express) M. Mallia-Magri 4. Limburg Patrick (Magic Sprite x Limburg Gem) P. Reivers 5. Bella Express (Bella Infrared* x Meppunga Lass) S. Bruce 6. Lady Bullseye (Peter Rocket x Raya Riot) K. Hellmuth 7. Matty Matueusz (Dyna Double One x Miss Monteya) D. Geall 8. Dr. Mino (Bella Infrared* x Dr. Mindy) W. McMahon 9. Beckham (Kinloch Brae* x Ima Geisha Girl) S. Thompson 10. Fast Izzi (Paw Licking x Live Wire) M. Lloyd 11. Striking Weetbix (Nolen x Sheza Weetbix) B. Breen Albion Park – Sunday 8 July 1. Barb’s Kuga (Magic Sprite x Barb Monelli) C. Cassidy 2. Girl On Show (Milldean Panther* x I’m All Show) P. Graham 3. Hoot (Dyna Double One x Flaming Arena) K. Bussian 4. Mustang Sally (Paw Licking x Wise Forecast) D. Fitzgerald 5. Shesa Dratta (Banjo Boy x Gimme Range) J. Ogden 6. Jeannie Dreaming (Paw Licking x Dayseas Astra) C. Chandler 7. Black Dratta (Banjo Boy x Gimme Range) J. Ogden 8. Wazza Who (Magic Sprite x Abby’s Fantasy* W. Elson 9. Premier Tejay (Premier Fantasy* x Summer’s Sizzler) T. Elson 10. Abele (Lochinvar Marlow x Champagne Shell) L. Thomas 11. Vaquero (Paw Licking x Mega Dee) D. Hannon 12. On Tight Lines (Bit Chili x Marinas Luck) D. Gilroy


PUPS FOR SALE Beautifully bred pups for sale DYNA DOUBLE ONE March 2013 Barcia Bale x Crystin Bale


MOLTISANTI August 2014 Magic Sprite x Golden Goal (Collision x Okay Supreme)

Melbourne Cup winner DYNA DOUBLE ONE is Barcia Bale’s most successful son winning 4 Group 1’s and over $1m in prize money breaking 3 track records in the process.

Moltisanti (Magic Sprite x Golden Goal) was a brilliant beginner with a 5.02 first section split at Sandown in her first start. Her early brilliance put her in every race and she ended her career with a 67: 15-13-10 record and $30,000 in prize money. Victories at Bendigo (23.98); Warrnambool (22.30); Traralgon (22.88); Sale (24.98); Ballarat (22.13); Shepparton (22.06) & Geelong (22.38) demonstrate her versatility.

This damline keeps on producing consistent winners generation after generation. Her dam, Golden Goal 40: 7-6-8 (Collision x Okay Supreme) is from a litter that produced Fully Advanced ($169,520); Joshua ($45,915); Just Tripping ($63,295) and Thommo's Pizazz ($33,540)

We sent her to Dyna Double One to inject the strength and toughness to complement her brilliance. The Barcia Bale cross with Magic Sprite has produced mutliple Group 1 winning dogs like Fast Times. Exciting youngster Double Que in the powerful Seona Thompson kennel is also a son of Dyna Double One with the Magic Sprite cross.

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Talking Breeding - Victoria is by Token Prince x Crystal Lankan (World Title x Light Sentence). She is from a litter six named, all winners and she raced 76 times, for nine wins and 32 placings. She won four times over 440 metres at Sale (25.03), three times over 400 metres at Warragul (22.71), where she also won over 460 metres (26.40) and won over 395 metres at Traralgon (23.07). Successful Taylors Lakes breeder, Vince Tullio has the final Barcia Bale litter, with three dogs and two bitches from the well bred, handy city winner, Veetee Swift (November 2013 Spring Gun x Key Exit), whose dam is by Over Flo x Atlanta Belle (Black Shiraz x Georgia Belle), who is also the dam of brilliant Group 1 winner, now successful sire, Keybow (December 2011 x Take The Kitty). Veetee Swift is from a successful litter of nine named, who all won races and her contribution to the litter’s success was 43 starts, for 13 wins and nine placings. She won five times over 525 metres at The Meadows (29.75), where she also won over 600 metres (34.38) with wins over 515 metres at Sandown (29.43), 500 metres at Bendigo (28.20), 520 metres at Cranbourne (29.84), 665 metres at Traralgon (39.12), 460 metres at Geelong (25.80) and 535 metres at Richmond (30.36). She has one previous litter on file, with three dogs and four bitches, by Moreira, whelped in June 2017.

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Victorian Litter Registrations Week Ending 20 June Sire/Dam


Allen Deed x Jadeite


4 J. Cottrell

Barcia Bale x Kelsos Tenderlee


5 B. Selleck

Barcia Bale x Sharnica


3 B. Sonneman

Barcia Bale x Veetee Swift


2 V. Tullio

Birthday Boy x Radio Silent


2 S. Elsum

Brett Lee x All To Well


3 J. Finn

Cosmic Rumble x Invictus Gypsy


4 G. Zogoulas

Fabregas x Kraken Soupy


5 K. Eyles

Fernando Bale x Sweet It Is


3 J. Finn

Lightning Frank x Fireball Fury


5 M. Wright

Magic Sprite x Bogie Jewel


2 A. Allford

Stagger x Girl Power


1 G. Selkrig

Superior Product x Too Seductive


3 J. Greenough

Taylors Sky* x Azurite


0 C. James

Totals * Import/Overseas based


42 11 Litters (Av 6.0)

Birthday Boy litter

THIS week’s review of litters selected from the Victorian Litter Registrations list for the week ending 20 June starts with three litters by National Stud success, Barcia Bale (March 2010 Go Wild Teddy x Princess Bale. Devon Meadows breeder Brian Selleck has the first of the three litters, which has two dogs and five bitches from the lightly raced bitch, Kelsos Tenderlee (April 2013 Kelsos Fusileer* x Tender Lee), whose dam is by Elite State x Delicate Lee (Brett Lee x Call Collect). She is from a lightly raced litter of three named, all winners, who collectively had 28 starts for six wins and five placings. She raced ten times for two wins and four placings, winning twice over 520 metres at Cranbourne (30.18). Ski Time Syndicate Manager, Brian Sonneman has the second Barcia Bale litter, with two dogs and three bitches, from the well bred bitch, Sharnica (January 2013 Nitro Burst x Lankan Flash, whose dam

CAMPERDOWN breeder, Stephen Elsum has a nice litter of eight pups on the list this week, by the well bred, lightly used sire, Birthday Boy (May 2006 Where’s Pedro x Juma County). The six dogs and two bitches are from the well bred bitch, Radio Silent (May 2014 Djays Octane* x Transmit), whose dam is by Digital* x Lark Song* (Droopys Vieri x Wise Beauty). She is from a litter six named, with the four who raced all winning, and she was consistent, racing 39 times, for six wins and 12 placings, with four wins over 525 metres at The Meadows (30.32) and wins over 515 metres at Sandown (30.01) and 450 metres at Shepparton (25.59).

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Fernando Bale

Two litters GROVEDALE breeder, John Finn has two litters on the list this week, both beautifully bred. His first litter has seven pups by leading national sire, Fernando Bale (March 2013 Kelsos Fusileer* x Chloe Allen). The four dogs and three bitches are from the six time Group 1 winner, now successful producer, Sweet It Is (November 2011 Mogambo x Off Springer), whose dam is by Flying Penske* x Skullring (Phantom Fire x Clan Lass). She raced 67 times, for 25 wins and 22 placings with stake earnings of $962,145, with wins including the 2014 and 2015 National Distance Championships. She has winners on file from both of her first two litters, whelped in January 2016, by Turanza Bale, then October 2016, by KC And All*. John’s second litter has eight pups by one of greatest sires of all time, international stud success, Brett Lee (January 1999 Gun Law Osti x Sobbing Sal). The five dogs and three bitches, are from the beautifully bred bitch, All To Well (May 2012 Collision x Kiacatoo Pearl), whose dam is by History Lesson x Naughty Thoughts (Go Wild Teddy x Ready To Rain). She is from a lightly raced litter of eleven pups, from which the eight who raced were all winners, including Shakey Jakey, who won at his only start and is now a successful sire. She raced just five times for three wins and a second, winning twice over 618 metres at Bathurst (25.95) and also over 618 metres at Richmond (35.30).

Octane x Side Hacker (Placard x Zena Time). She is from a litter of five named, all winners and she raced 5o times, for seven wins and 14 placings, winning four times over 450 metres at Warrnambool (25.56), and also over 460 metres at Geelong (25.82), 425 metres at Bendigo (24.02) and 525 metres at The Meadows (30.38). She has three named offspring on file from her first litter, all winners, whelped in March 2016 by Dyna Double One, then whelped a litter of two dogs and three bitches, by Barcia Bale in July 2017.

A touch of Magic OUR final litter for review from this week’s Victorian list has eight pups by successful sire Magic Sprite (March 2008 Brett Lee x Glamorous). Registered by Red Cliffs breeder, Ashley Allford, the six dogs and two bitches are from the lightly raced, proven producer, Bogie Jewel (June 2010 El Galo x Bogie Gem), whose dam is by Bombastic Shiraz x Bogie Leigh (Just The Best x Hypo Havoc). She is from a handy litter of seven named, with all six who raced winning, including Bogie Magic, 82-2814-11, and Tony’s Fvourite, 92– 17-11-9. She raced just 14 times, for two wins and three placings, winning over 327 metres at Cowra (19.35) and 346 metres at Forbes (20.52). She has winners on file from both of her first two litters, with her first litter, whelped in April 2014, by Kilty Lad producing, Brontes Choice, Group 1 winner, Kilty Express, Kilty Jewel, Kilty Lara, Thumb Print and Turbo Chief. Her second litter, whelped in February 2015, by Cosmic Chief, produced Aye Tee Cee, Chief Bolt, Chief Jinx and Little Big Chief.

Lightning litter

Lightning Frank WANGOOM breeder, Matthew Wright, has a nice litter of eight pups on the list this week by multiple Group 1 winner, Lightning Frank (September 2014 Black Magic Opal x Kirabilli Abbie). The three dogs and five bitches are from the well bred, proven producer, Fireball Fury (April 2011 Bo Frazier x Shooter Badoota), whose dam is by Pure - 11 -

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At Stud 3 Noaki Street Pearcedale 3912 Call, SMS or Email Vince 0421 569 259 Email: V.T LODGE’s studs have been tagged as some of the quickest dogs Australia has ever seen. They have won several races like the Geelong Cup, the 2016 Golden Easter Egg, the hand-picked Speed Star Series at Sandown, the Temlee, and many more. Our studs also have the best temperament, making them ideal sires for your brood bitch. When it comes to strength and speed, there are no other stud dogs that can surpass V.T LODGE breeds.

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At Stud


ANDO’S MAC June 2014 El Grand Senor x Brook’s Doll 61 starts 28 - 10 - 6 $687,211   

Won Group 1 Vic Peters, Group 1 Melbourne Cup, Group 2 Warragul Cup Third in 2017 Group 3 Gosford Cup, 2017 Group 1 Winter Cup and Group 2 Ballarat Cup Finalist in the Group 1 Topgun, Group 2 Maitland Cup, Group 3 Ambrasoli, Group 2 Shepparton Cup and Group 3 Healesville Cup.

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Won 8 times over 520 metres at Wentworth Park (29.60) Three times over 515 metres at Sandown (29.29) Three times over 450 metres at Ballarat (25.04) Twice over 525 metres at The Meadows (29.96) Twice over 450 metres at Warrnambool (24.92) Twice over 472metres at Bulli (26.03), also 400m (22.37) Also won over 515 metres at Angle Park (29.61), 350 metres at Healesville (18.98), 450 metres at Shepparton, 460 metres at Warragul (25.48), 520 metres at Albion Park (29.84), 515 metres at Gosford (29.47) and 450 metres at Maitland.

One of the most versatile and consistent greyhound to race in the last decade.

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Talking Breeding NSW Talking Breeding NSW NSW Whelping Report Week Ending 22 April Sire/Dam


Bitch Breeder

Barcia Bale x Ironbar Jill


5 C. Schmidt

Barcia Bale x Lovelace


3 J. Smart

Barcia Bale x Mumza Pearl


2 P. Stanford

Black Magic Opal x Lady Hannalore


5 F. Hancock Syn.

Collision x Uno Suzie


7 J. Lord

Cosmic Rumble x Zafonic Beach


4 S. Duffy

Don’t Knocka Him x Make ‘Em Pay


4 G. Sciberras

Fernando Bale x Splash About


3 P. Roderick

Fernando Bale x Willow Blaze


3 P. Braddon

Kanahooka breeder, Peter Stamford has the other Barcia Bale litter, which has five dogs and two bitches, from the beautifully bred city winner, Mumza Pearl (November 2013 Mogambo x Pearl Napoleon), whose dam is by Larkhill Jo* x Elite Monelli (Elite State x Elusive Rebel). She is from a litter of six named who all won and her 20 starts produced five wins and five placings. Three of her wins were over 520 metres at Wentworth Park (30.08) and she also won over 472 metres at Bulli (26.36) and 520 metres at Dapto (30.15). She has one previous litter on file, with four dogs and two bitches, by Fabregas, whelped in March 2017.

Eleven for Black Magic Opal

SPRING CREEK breeder, Frank Hancock has a litter of eleven pups on the list this week by 2013 Melbourne Thirty Talks x Salyn Sal 0 1 A. Newstead Cup winner, Black Magic Opal (May 2011 Magic *Import/Overseas based. Totals 36 37 16 litters (Av 7.3) Sprite x Awesome Opal). The six dogs and five bitches are from the well Three Barcia Bale litters bred, lightly raced Lady Hannalore (October 2011 THIS week’s review of litters Collision x Dulcinea), whose dam is by Primo Uno x from the NSW Whelping Hannalore (Cry Havoc x Pistol Smoke). Report for the week ending 22 She is from a handy litter of eight named, all April starts with three litters by winners, which included, Mr. Babbici, 17 wins, Barcia Bale Barcia Bale (March 2010 Go Battistuzzi, 14 wins and Lady Jasmin, 12 wins. Wild Teddy x Princess Bale). She raced just ten times, for four wins and four Helidon Spa breeder, Craig Schmidt has his hands placings, winning three times over 420 metres at full with the first of the three litters, which has eight Lismore (24.28) and also over 407 metres at Grafton dogs and five bitches, from the well bred bitch, Ironbar (23.38). Jill (December 2013 Magic Sprite x Fifty A Kiss), whose dam is by Bombastic Shiraz x Hot Hot Schooner Collision litter (Brett Lee x Doll’s Me Mum). GUNNING breeder, Jodie Lord, has a nice litter of She is from a litter of four named, with one of the eleven pups on the list this week by perennial stud other three not racing, and the other two having only success, Collision (August 2001 Awesome Assassin x five starts between them. Rumble Spirit). Her record shows she raced 37 times for twelve The four dogs and seven bitches, are from the wins and seven placings, with six wins over 395 metres well bred, dual group winning bitch, Uno Suzie (March at Angle Park (22.62), where she also won twice over 2013 Cosmic Chief x Uno Witch) whose dam is by 520 metres (30.16) and also won three times over 366 Primo Uno x Proven Tops (Awesome Assassin x metres at Capalaba (19.83) and once over 431 metres at Proven Kani). Ipswich (25.10). She is from a successful litter of six named, with Camden South breeder, John Smart has the the five who raced, producing four winners the other second Barcia Bale litter, which has three dogs and one only raced once), who won 51 races between them. three bitches from the handy city winning stayer, Her record shows she raced 78 times, for 23 wins Lovelace (February 2013 Swift Fancy x Inflated Ego), and 29 placings, winning seven times over 520 metres whose dam is by Bombastic Shiraz x Glenda’s Pick at Wentworth Park (29.76), four times over 530 metres (Token Prince x Little Betty May). at Canberra (30.57), where she also won three times She raced 73 times for 12 wins and 29 placings, over 310 metres (17.95) and twice over 440 metres winning five times over 720 metres at Wentworth Park (25.32), twice over 515 metres at The Gardens (29.44), (42.18), three times over 600 metres at Dapto (34.69) 520 metres at Dapto (29.99), 350 metres at Goulburn and twice over 535 metres at Richmond (30.64), where (20.08), 460 metres at Geelong (25.59) and 500 metres she also won over 618 metres (35.99). at Bendigo (28.13). She finished third in the Group 1 Albion Park She won the Group2 Black Top Gold Cup and was a finalist in three other Group races. and Group 3 Camberra Cup. - 16 -

Talking Breeding NSW Talking Breeding NSW Ready To Rumble ELANORA breeder, Scott Duffy has a litter of seven pups on the list this week, by Cosmic Rumble (April 2007 Spiral Nikita* x Spiritual Rumble). The three dogs and four bitches are from the well bred bitch, Zafonic Beach (January 2012 Fear Zafonic* x Smashing Lady, whose dam is by Collision x Elite Lady (Elite State x Lady Sostalota). She is from a litter of eight named which produced six winners and she raced 28 times, for six wins and seven placings, winning over 400 metres at Warragul (22.82), 311 metres at Cranbourne (17.70), 300 metres (16.80) and 350 metres (19.49) at Healesville and twice over 395 metres at Albion Park (22.89).

Don’t Knocka Him litter SEVEN pups in our next litter for review, by Golden Easter Egg winner, Don’t Knocka Him (November 2009 Knocka Norris x Surf Queen). Registered by Russell Lea breeder, Gordon Sciberras, the three dogs and four bitches are from the well bred bitch, Make ‘Em Pay (June 2015 Fabregas x Little Mother), whose dam is by Big Daddy Cool x Zilla (Fortified Rush* x Tammy Lezah). She is from a litter eight named, with the six who raced all winning, including My Little Mate, 18 wins and Poppa Ogg, 14 wins. She raced 19 times for two wins and eight placings, winning over 535 metres at Nowra (30.99) and 400 metres at Richmond (22.87) before smashing a hock at Bathurst . She was placed twice then fourth in her only three starts at Wentworth Park, in September last year and did not race again.

Two Fernando Bale litters

Weston breeder, Paul Roderick has the first of the two litters, which has three dogs and three bitches, from the well bred bitch, Splash About (October 2009 Elite State x Lee Kate), whose dam is by Most Awesome x Jill’s Havoc (Master Havoc x Jill’s Venture). She is from a litter of five named which produced four winners, and she was the standout, with her 57 starts resulting in 20 wins and 14 placings. She won five times over 400 metres at Maitland (22.45), where she also won three times over 450 metres (25.19), three times over 400 metres at Gosford (23.22), where she won twice over 515 metres (29.91), twice over 520 metres at Wentworth Park (30.20), three times over 515 metres at The Gardens (29.96), where she also won over 400 metres (23.02) and won over 314 metres at Taree (18.65). She has winners on file from her first litter with ten named, whelped in March 2015 by Magic Sprite, who have all won. Cowra breeder, Pamela Braddon has the other Fernando Bale litter, which has one dog and three bitches, from the well bred, proven producer, Willow Blaze (November 2010 Goodesy x Lumeah Girl), whose dam is by History Lesson x Mackie (Kedo’s Image x Secret Moment). She is from a litter of five named, which produced three winners, including Goodsman, 65-8-9-15 and Yarnie, 16-1-0-3. Her record shows she raced 26 times for eight wins and six placings, winning four times over 520 metres at Bathurst (29.86), three times over 453 metres at Cowra (26.46) and also over 520 metres at Wentworth Park (30.12). She has 12 named offspring on file from her first two litters, whelped in April 2014, by El Grand Senor, which includes All A Blaze, Hopes A Chance, Little Willow, Marbos Magic, Susie Willow and Willows Secret (all winners), then a second 100% winning litter, whelped in November 2015, by Spring Gun, which produced Ancient Secret, Just Magic, Rapid Blaze, Shae’s Magic, Zebs Magic, and Zoie Willow.

Thirty Talks litter SADLY only one bitch pup in our final litter on the NSW list this week, by Thirty Talks (June 2014 Where’s Pedro x Unfinished). Casino breeder, Aaron Newstead, registered the litter, which is from the prolific winner, Salyn Sal (March 2013 Dyna Tron x Bralyn Sal), whose dam is by Elite State x Inspire Me (Awesome Assassin x Fluent Lee). Bad luck Aaron but who know what she could be?

Fernando Bale TWO litters on the list this week by phenominal stud success, Fernando Bale (March 2013 Kelsos Fusileer* x Chloe Allen).

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NSW Metropolitan Sires List Fernando Bale’s June winners and their dams were:

NSW Metropolitan Sires List January - June 2018

2 wins

Modus Operandi (x Bingle Monelli). My Redeemer (x Where’s Demonica) and Velocity Liberty (x Velocity Sofra).

1 win

Alotta Talk (x Tears Siam). Big Bender (x Double Twist). Blue Moon Rising (x Chica Destacada). Chief’s Empire (x Magic Diva). Chief’s Sidekick (x Magic Diva). Little Digger (x Solar Pak). Mister Fernando (x Bolero Miss). Nino De Oro (x Solar Pak). Percy’s Empire (x Magic Diva). Pixel Pak (x Solar Pak). Poco Dorado (x Chica Destacada). Rockstar Romeo (x Glory Of Love). Sammy Allen (x Irma Bale) and Winlock Harry (x Crackin’ Sort).

NSW Metropolitan Sires List

January-June 2018 Indiv.


Jun Wins

Fernando Bale





Barcia Bale












Cosmic Rumble






My Bro Fabio






Spring Gun












El Grand Senor






Don’t Knocka Him






Bekim Bale






KC And All*






Magic Sprite






Brett Lee






Shakey Jakey






Banjo Boy






Glen Gallon






Kinloch Brae*












Swift Fancy






Dyna Double One













*Import/Overseas Sire

Totals 227

Barcia Bale’s June winners and their dams were: 1 win

Beast Unleashed (x Little Miss Hap). Blinken Gone (x She’s A Pedro). Finale (x Little Grey). Hot Platter (x Heat The Plate). Knock Wave (x Dunno). Midnight On Fire (x Mighty Elite). Mighty Girl (x Mighty Elite). Miss Splendamiro (x Splendourous). Northern Nangar (x All Too Fancy). Special Road (x Addison Road) and Sunset Warrior (x Sprite Lee)

** New in Top 20

TWENTY June winners at Wentworth Park in June propelled Fernando Bale (March 2013 Kelsos Fusileer* x Chloe Allen) to top place on the NSW Metropolitan Sires List, for the first half year, 2018. Fernando Bale now leads with 71 wins, from 33 individual winners, followed by Barcia Bale, just one win behind, on 70 wins, after eleven June wins, then Fabregas, 44 wins, Cosmic Rumble, 29 wins and My Bro Fabio 27 wins, completing the top five. Fernando Bale now heads the Metropolitan Sires Lists in both Victoria and New South Wales and looks set to complete the double in the major two states this year. All previous editions are available on our website: - 18 -

At Stud

WORM BURNER December 2013 Oaks Road x Little Looper One of the fastest greyhounds ever to race in this country “The undisputed king of Angle Park” 75 Starts 45 wins 9 seconds 9 thirds $367,360 Won 13 races in a row at Angle Park Ran 29.50 or better Ten times He won an amazing 37 races over 515 metres at Angle Park, with fastest winning times, 29.17, 29.25, 29.30, 30.31 and 29.35, and six races over 515 metres at Sandown 29.16, 29.18, 29.22, 29.30, 29.44 and 29.86.


Oaks Road


Leprechan Pace

Brindle dog

Brett Lee Leprechaun Yap Black Shiraz

26 Dec, 2013 31.5kg

Phantom Flash Minnies Nikita

Primo Uno

Little Looper Koyuga Proof

Prima Portrait No Intent Proven Mystique

Flashy Sir Westmead Seal Curryhills Fox Minnies Selena Gun Law Osti Sobbin Sal Hotshot Leprechaun Miss Ginger Dark Horizon Moral Standards Polly’s Portrait Head Honcho Hot Show Deb Awesome Assassin Proven Misty

Hugely in-bred race dogs almost always make the very best stud dogs…. This is how champion sires, Brett Lee, Temlee, Head Honcho, Bombastic Shiraz, Collision, Surf Lorian and Where’s Pedro are bred. Worm Burner is line bred 4x4 to litter sisters Sobbing Sal and Hot Show Deb. He won the 2016 Group 1 National Sprint Championship, 2015 Group 3 Brian Johnstone Memorial and the 2017 S.A Sprint Championship.

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Coursing South Australia Lang Lang & all surrounding areas

Coursing Calendar Contact: Judi Hurley (08) 8520 2347 Mobile 0417 878 511 Sunday 8th July 2018 Sunday 29th July 2018 Sunday 12th August 2018 Sunday 26th August 2018 (Waterloo Cup Plus Oaks and Derby) Sunday 9th September 2018

P.O. BOX 647, TWO WELLS S.A. 5501 Website: Email:


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Coursing Results

South Australia - Sunday 8 July NEW TRACK RECORD With recent changes to the position of the timer and the installation of a new timer there has been a difference in times recorded at our meetings. With DYNAMO JEZ running a brilliant 15.11 at his first look, we have noted this down as our track record time. Some improved times were recorded today with STUNNING JIGGY defeating LEKTRA STROLL IN 15.69; newcomer METALLIC ZIP defeating JOLENE MARLOW in 15.58 and DYNAMO JEZ defeating GAME OF BONES in 15.39. The 4-dog events saw LAUNCHING defeating SPRING RODNEY in 15.65, MY NAMES HAYLEY defeating HAYLEY JANE (race callers nightmare) in 15.81 and PHIL’S GREEN defeating SIKEM DASH in 15.54. Our next meeting is two weeks away 29 July

– all grades catered for – give your dogs a treat and enjoy a morning at Virginia. Trials will be held each Sunday – bookings to Trevor please – commence at 8.30 am. Reminder: Please note that the Club will be providing the venue for the “fastest dog in Australia” series again this year. This will be held on Saturday 14 July from 9am so therefore the track is NOT available to key members on this day. Thank you for your patience. RACE 1 : GOTBA NOVICE STAKE The Jiggy Wells Syndicate STUNNING JIGGY (F B, Mar ’16; Barcia Bale/Flying Cheryl) defeated Richard Davey’s LEKTRA STROLL (B D, Jul ’15; Walk Hard/Lektra Angie) by 4 lengths in 15.69. Winner trained by Nathan Hughes. Race 2 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE The Champagne Pin Syndicate METALLIC ZIP (B D, Dec ’15; Barcia Bale/Gold Affair Two) defeated Gloria Milligan’s JOLENE MARLOW (B B, Mar ’15; Lochinvar Marlow/Amity Kinship) by 3 lengths in 15.58. Winner trained by Laurie Cahalan. RACE 3 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE Gail Turner’s DYNAMO JEZ (B D, Jan ’16; Stagger/Tinted Power) defeated G Reeves, D Jiggins & M Cooper’s GAME OF BONES (B B, May ’16; Fabregas/Midnight Maid) by 3 lengths in 15.39. Winner trained by Don Turner. RACE 4 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE C Scott & D Mader’s LAUNCHING (BD&W D, May ’16; Fernando Bale/Hope’s Up) defeated the Board Racing Syndicate’s SPRING RODNEY (B D, Aug ’16; My Bro Fabro/Spring Jade) by a head in 15.65. Winner trained by Carole Scott. RACE 5 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE Wendy Sebastyan’s MY NAME’S HAYLEY (B B, Nitro Burst/Oh So Sweet) defeated HAYLEY JANE (B B, Jan ’16; Fabregas/Entice Me Juliet) by 5 lengths in 15.81. Winner trained by Wendy Sebastyan. RACE 6 : GOTBA OPEN STAKE Wally Harkins’ PHIL’S GREEN (B D, Apr ’15; Barcia Bale/Clockwise) defeated C & R Christensen’s SIKEM DASH (B&W B, Jan ’14; Magic Sprite/Egyptian Spiral) by 5 lengths in 15.54. Winner trained by Wally Harkins.

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Coursing Clubs Longwood Coursing Club Trials every Sunday morning from 8.30 - 10am last ticket sold and Tuesdays by appointment with Gary Robinson 0439 981 270. advance. Julie Stefanos, Secretary Phone/Fax: 5798 5257

Benalla Coursing Club Enquiries to:President: Andrew Scott Email: M: 0400 077 617 Vice President: John Carr Email: M: 0439 115 190 Secretary: Vacant Treasurer: Merv Phillips Email: M: 0439 417 408 Trialling: Contact Andy Scott 0400 077 617 for all information on trial times. Track Distance: Approx. 340 metres. Facilities: The Grandstand gives a commanding view over proceedings and the bar is open. Great food is prepared and served by the ladies of the club in the takeaway food bar. Parking is available inside or outside the race course. Accomodation: There are many motels within driving distance to the track. Lang Lang Coursing Club Location: McDonalds Track, Lang Lang. Directions: Travelling South East along South Gippsland Hwy, (from Melb) turn left at Shell Service Station, continue along McDonalds Track passing over the Railway Crossing, then turn left and take the left fork. President: John Clay Mob: 0419 559 738 Vice President: John Van Echteld OAM Secretary/Treasurer: Sue Jolly Email: Committee Members: Norm Adderley, Steve Thomas, Michael Calstrom, Dylan Edgar. Trialling: Lang Lang (Drag Lure). ** PLEASE NOTE - No walk up trials !!!! Booked trials ONLY from 9.00 am till 10.00 am every Sunday morning. To book your trials please call 0468 587 533 at 10am Thursday mornings.

National Coursing Association of Victoria Inc. Executive: President: Mr Peter Craig (Lang Lang Coursing Club) T: 0418 399 911 Vice President: Mr Geoff Villinger (VCC) T: 0417 524 632 Secretary: Mrs Sue Delaney (Melton GRC) Mobile: 0425 737 418 Emails: Postal Address: 6 Mark Court, DIGGERS REST 3427 Treasurer: Mr John E Barsby (Werribee Coursing Club) Other Executive members are: Bernie Ryan (Werribee CC); Murray Collyer (Benalla PCC); John Clay (Lang Lang CC); John McFarlane (Melton GRC); Garry Robinson (Longwood CC); John Maple (VCC); Allan Meyer (VCC) Life Members of the National Coursing Assoc. of Vic. Mr K Callaghan; Mr S Cleghorn; Mr P Craig; Mr G Fitzpatrick; Mr A Grimmond; Mr J Harris; Mr D Hinks; Mr J Maple; Mrs M Mills; Mr T Mills; Mr T Smith; Mr J Van Echteld; Mr G Villinger; Ms H Villinger. Mr P Lambert (dec.); Mrs W Pearl (dec.); Mr N Ryan (dec.) Mr R Adams (dec.) Coursing—South Australia. Email : Phone : 0417 878 511 (NOTE : No message bank) Home (08) 8520 2347 (has message capability) Judy Hurley Racing Manager/Secretary GOTBA of SA Coursing Club

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Copley’s Corner July before being struck down by injury, By Andrew Copley Vanderworp won his Bendigo Cup heat in 23.82sec and started on the third line of betting at $5.80 from Two interstate greyhounds contested last Friday box two in the final. Seona Thompson’s fastest qualifier Big Flood was night’s Group 2 Triple M Bendigo Cup (425m) the $3.60 favourite from box seven, ahead of Bill and, remarkably, they ran first and second. McMahon’s Bernardo, which started at $5.10 from the five alley. Vanderworp came out running and held out multiple Group 1 winner Striker Light ($6.10) and Black Forge ($8.20). Vanderworp broke clear approaching the home turn and kept going strongly to defeat Black Forge by 1.9 lengths in a fast 23.61sec, enhancing his imposing career strike rate to 15 from 27 with his first group Vanderworp wins the Bendigo Cup success. “The confidence levels were high going into the Star Western Australian speedster Vanderworp race, as we know how good he is over 450m,” continued his sensational return from serious injury Cameron said. with a dominant all-the-way victory over NSW star “He has been running some great sectionals at Black Forge. Cannington and the 425m distance at Bendigo is Trained by champion mentor Chris Halse and raced perfect for him. I love this dog and my four-year-old by a large syndicate of former schoolmates from daughter loves him as well. Perth’s Wesley College, a number of whom were “I own a few dogs, including Cropduster, who won trackside to celebrate, Vanderworp spent more than the Group 2 WA Oaks, and Mandjoogoordap six months on the sidelines after being scratched (named after a road in Mandurah), who won the from the Group 3 SA Derby Final (515m) last Group 3 Young Stars. It’s more lucrative for me September. racing those dogs, but with Vanderworp it’s so much Since returning to the track in April, Vanderworp more fun as I’m racing him with a bunch of mates.” has now won eight of his 12 starts, highlighted by A superbly-related son of Kelsos Fusileer and High his sparkling front-running display in the $47,000 to Recall, Vanderworp has now emulated the deeds of -the-winner Bendigo Cup. his ‘aunty’ Star Recall, which was a two-time Group “Three of us made the trip from WA to be here 1 winner in Victoria, taking out the 2014 Sale Cup tonight and if the race had of been on a Saturday and 2016 Super Stayers. night there might have been ten of us here. It was “I haven’t spoken to Chris (Halse) and Linda just a bit hard for a few of the guys to get the time (Britton) yet but I imagine they will be setting him off work,” part-owner Peter Cameron said. for the National Sprint Championship and he might even return to Victoria for the Shepparton Cup,” Cameron said. Other feature action on Bendigo Cup night saw the Hip Pocket Bendigo Winter Cup Final (660m) taken out by I’m A Princess, trained by Dustin Drew, the GRV Vic Bred Maiden Final (425m) won by Ashlee Terry’s Hungry An’ Hollo, and the Ready To Race Mid Year Bonus (425m) claimed by Extra Gear, prepared by Ray Henness.

Vics trumped by Vanderworp

Vanderworp’s owners celebrate after the win

“There’s 16 of us in the syndicate and one of the boys is going to keep him as a pet when he retires.” In his second Victorian campaign, having qualified for the Group 1 Maturity Classic semi-finals last

Vanderworp is all smiles after snaring his first group win.

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Copley’s Corner a greyhound who won seven in a row in NSW last Tonight’s Group 2 McKenna Memorial (595m) at year and is starting to regain some form after an extended period on the sidelines. Sandown Park has been thrown somewhat ajar Tornado Tears is the $2.20 TAB favourite to win the after the heats were conducted last Thursday. McKenna Memorial ahead of Out Of Range ($4.40), Neo Cleo ($4.40), Hecton Bale ($8.50) and Big Bang Tears ($10). __________________________________________

Cleo takes it up to Tornado

Vics feel the freeze Victoria just missed out on a clean sweep of Brisbane’s Winter Carnival when local greyhound Jury took out the Group 1 Winter Cup (520m) on Thursday night at Albion Park over star Victorian sprinter Hasten Slowly (Jeff Britton).

Tornado Tears is the McKenna Memorial TAB favourite at $2.20 After consecutive track record runs over 710m at Albion Park, some expected the Robert Brittontrained Tornado Tears to run close to Dyna Double One’s 33.63sec track record over the 595m, however his winning time of 34.12sec was only the third fastest among the four heats. His performance shouldn’t be underestimated, however, as things didn’t go his way during the run, and he did what he had to do in coming from midfield to win. Time honours went to unheralded greyhound Neo Cleo, who makes her first group final after a dominant heat win in 33.95sec, where she led all the way and ran three lengths quicker than Tornado Tears. Gippsland trainer Robert Neocleous was delighted with Neo Cleo’s performance. “She’s got that much talent and does her best when she’s out in front on the lure,” Neocleous told “From the 595m boxes you have to come out fast or otherwise they can block you in, and fortunately she’s jumping (out) well at the moment.” Victory in the McKenna would be Neocleous’ biggest win in the sport, with Neo Cleo drawn in Box 3 in Thursday night’s $40,000 to-the-winner final. Meanwhile, dual Group 1 winning sprinter-turnedstayer Out Of Range (Seona Thompson) scored a narrow but impressive heat win in 33.97sec, just half a length outside Neo Cleo’s time. Out Of Range timed his run to perfection to overpower Big Bang Tears (Robert Britton),

Britton also had the $1.80 favourite, Mepunga Blazer, who endured a suspected back muscle injury in the run and missed a place. Mepunga Blazer, who recently came out of retirement after a stint at stud, is expected to spend a few weeks on the sidelines. __________________________________________

The Watchdog tips half the card GRV form analyst, The Watchdog had a great night out at Sandown Park last Thursday, selecting six of the 12 winners. Among them was Van Ann in Race 6, who The Watchdog tipped on top and marked as a $3.30 chance. She won paying $7.70. Then in Race 9 The Watchdog correctly tipped Slingshot Hammer to win. Having marked the greyhound at $2.80, he won at odds of $6.30. Comparing The Watchdog’s market against the TAB market gives punters the opportunity to identify any runners of value. For free form guides on all of Victoria’s 23 weekly greyhound race meetings including selections and The Watchdog’s markets, simply google ‘The Watchdog’. If you are going to gamble, please do so in moderation.

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Andrew Copley

GRV News Greyhound Clubs Australia Group Race Calender Forthcoming Events

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GCA Group Race Calendar/Results

Forthcoming Events July 5-12 Sandown Park- Group 2 McKenna Memorial 595 metres July 14-21-28 The Meadows - Group 1 MaturityClassic 525 metres July 29-Aug 5 Darwin - Group 3 Darwin Cup 537 metres August 7-12 Warragul - Group 3 St Leger 460 metres August 13-18 Shepparton - Group 2 Shepparton Cup 450 metres August 16-23-30 Dapto - Group 3 Maiden 520 metres August 17-25 Cranbourne - Group 3 Cranbourne Classic 520 metres August 21-28 Townsville - Group 3 Townsville Cup 498 metres August 24 Sandown - GCA National Sprint Championship 515 metres August 24 Sandown - GCA National Distance Chempionship 715 metres August 24-31 Newcastle GRC - Group 2 Black Top 515 metres _____________________________________________________________________________________

Last week’s Group race results: Garrard’s Group 1 Winter Cup 520 metres $100000 - $30000 - $15000 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 7 8 9 5 3 6 2


Tony Brett Jeffrey Britton Peter Wilson Jason Magri Steven Scott Alex Green Jeffrey Britton Corey Mutton

29.81 29.90 30.29 30.34 30.43 30.54 30.84 33.90

1.25 lengths x 5.5lengths 29.81 _______________________________________________________________________________________ Triple M Group 2 Bendigo Cup 425 metres $47000 - $13335 - $6665 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 6 7 4 8 3 5 1


Christopher Halse Darren Sultana Seona Thompson Correy Grenfell Brett Bravo Seona Thompson William Mcmahon Garry Selkrig

23.62 23.75 23.77 23.83 23.85 23.98 24.12 24.39

1.9 lengths x 0.33 lengths 23.62


Group Race Results

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Greyhounds in the home Tonight I had a pile of uber-expensive lamb loin chops that instead of putting on defrost in the microwave I put it on high cook (thus rendering them overcooked for humans.) After spending ages carefully removing all bones, I cut up the chops and fed them to Lolly for her dinner. Okay, I've never cooked meat for her before but did she have to put on such a right royal display of scepticism at the offering. She stood at least 4 metres from the bowl with her neck outstretched and nose quivering. She maintained the German short haired pointer stance for some minutes, then looked up at me with a look that plainly said, "What is this shite?" She walked up to the bowl. Sniffed it. Went outside. Came back. Sniffed the bowl. Went onto her bed. "Dinner," I China and his girlfriend Cloudy. Hana Mitchell called again in the tone of voice that usually causes her to go into paroxysms of delight.

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Her response was to turn her head away (see photo). After another few minutes she got up and ambled over to the chops, which she devoured in 2 gulps. You can take a princess to water but you can't make her drink... Michelle McCormack

Have washed covers many times before. Apparently today was not the same?

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GRV Greyhound Care

Greyhound Veterinarians in Victoria Place/Area



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Hume Animal Hospital Dr. Rohan Goyne (02) 6025 4088 Eureka Veterinary Hospital Dr. Robert Page (03) 5333 5959 McIvor Road Veterinary Centre Dr. Sue Collins (03) 5443 7749 Dr. James Chadwick Dr. Jack Wong Caulfield Caulfield Veterinary Clinic Dr. Janene Kirschner (03) 9527 7740 Craigieburn Craigieburn Animal Hospital Dr. Michael Bell (03) 9305 5855 Cranbourne Walnut Veterinary Centre Dr. Des Fegan (03) 5995 5255 East Bentleigh East Bentleigh Veterinary clinic Dr. Kunal Nagaich (03) 9579 3430 Glenrowan Glenrowan Veterinary Clinic Dr. Joanne Watkins (03) 5766 2661 Keysborough Keysborough Veterinary Clinic Dr. Chris Boemo (03) 9798 7274 Langwarrin Langwarrin Veterinary Clinic Dr. Barbara Bakhoy (03) 9789 1682 Maffra Gippsland Veterinary Hospital (incorporating Maffra Veterinary Center, Sale Veterinary Centre and Gippsland Equine Hospital) Dr. Cindy Hayes, Dr. Duncan Runciman (03) 5147 1177 Mansfield Mansfield Veterinary Hospital Dr. Peter Cullen (03) 5775 2055 Maryborough Maryborough Veterinary Practice Dr. Gemma Coulter (03) 5461 4466 Metro West – Regional North West (Mobile practice) Dr. Elissa Marriott 0448 304 070 Newton Newton Veterinary Clinic Dr. John (Jack) Ayerbe (03) 5221 5333 Oakleigh Monash Veterinary Center Dr. Ray Ferguson (03) 9544 7455 Dr. Mark Foley Dr. Stuart Mason Sale Gippsland Veterinary Hospital (incorporating Maffra Veterinary Center, Sale Veterinary Centre and Gippsland Equine Hospital) Dr. Emily Haywood (03) 5144 3100 Sandown Sandown Vet Clinic Dr. Alastair Smith (03) 9547 6666 Shepparton Shepparton Greyhound Racing Club Dr. Zoe Manning (03) 5823 5577 Tatura Tatura Vet Clinic Dr. Phil Stammers (03) 5824 1755 Terang Terang & Mortlake Veterinary Clinic Dr. Nicole Cheek Dr. Craig Wood (03) 5592 2111 Trafalgar Trafalgar Veterinary Centre Dr. Peter McCourt Dr. Gee Tawfik (03) 5633 1327 Wangaratta Wangarrata Veterinary Clinic Dr. Felicity Miller Dr. Adam Williams (03) 5721 4000 Warrnambool The Vet Group – Wollaston and The Vet Group – Timboon All vets (03) 5561 6911 Warrnambool Warrnambool Quality Vetcare Dr. Craig Finlayson 0487 232 044

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Rhonda’s World Rhonda’s World Rhonda Singleton shares photos from her collection of History and Memorabilia. Rhonda lives in New South Wales and became involved with greyhounds in 2007 as a owner and racing them all over the state.

Memories from three years ago

July 8 2015

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My pup on the right


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Editor & Publisher Roger Clark

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