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20190415 Northam Monday

CROCODILE FLOW (Oaks Road- Mandy Charm) showed speed from box 4 and scored by 4 3/4 lengths over Worked Up Moment in 17.62. The Tim Mullany trained bitch had been placed in her past two Maiden starts at the track. Nak Facto, a litter brother, recorded her first win over the 297 metres in 17.62 to give Mullany an early winning double.

JUST A MYSTERY (Shoulders- Just a Champ) was to good for his rivals as scored by 9 lengths in 17.58. The win was the first leg of a race to race winning double for trainer Graeme Hall. JACENKO (Banjo Boy- Set It Off) turned around her form when she ended a losing sequence of 31. The black bitch defeated Daisy Eyes by 1 1/4 lengths in 17.88.

Finalists for the Dale Cup Final- Monday 22nd.

Not in box draw order

Lottie Deno
Black Goshawk
Ironbark Lass
Fernando’s Jewel
Go Gettem Missy
Hello Kelly
Mjolnirs Might
Zipping Milly

It’s A Diamond- R1
Hello I’m Kev- R2


20190408 – Northam Monday

CLIFTON FLYER (Banjo Boy- Beyond Resolve) recorded his Maiden victory at his first start at Northam for trainer Rod Noden. The black dog had been unplaced at his first 3 starts before scoring by 2 1/4 lengths over Crocodile Flow in 17.69.

VAGABLONDE (Fernando Bale- Velocity Sofia) recorded back to back wins after scoring from box 1 at his first try at the track. The John Righetti trained bitch defeated Winlock Sal by 1 1/2 lengths in 17.70.

JOE MAN (Magic Sprite- Dream Miss) ended a losing sequence of 8 when after being slowly away he burst through underneath the leaders going into the first corner to find the top. The Ben MacLean trained dog then raced away for a 5 length victory in 17.42.

20190401 – Northam Monday

TANGO DANCER (Cosmic Rumble- Rickshaw Rosie) won the opening race of the new season at Northam with a 2 1/2 length win from box 1. The Mick McLennan trained bitch held out Daisy Eyes in 17.51. The win was also the first leg of an early winning double for McLennan with FREAK ON KNEE (Stagger- Lairon) also saluting from box 1. The black dog led from box 1 and scored by 2 lengths over YADA YADA in 30.26.

TAVATA (KC And All- Eastern Culture) was well supported before stepping out over the 297 metres and scoring by 7 3/4 lengths. The Phillip Worthington trained dog defeated Winlock Sal in a PB 17.39. The red brindle dog has now won 3 times from 9 career starts.

20190401_IMG_7820.jpg by Liam Norris

20190401_IMG_7820.jpg by Liam Norris

20190306 – Cannington Wednesday

HASTIE GUESS (Barcia Bale- Te Amo) was able to cross from his wide draw and then raced clear to win his Maiden by 2 1/4 lengths from litter brother Don’t Guess in 30.08. The Linda Smithson trained youngster, who turns two years of age in May, was having just his third race start.

GARBRANDT (Kc And All- Saving Bundles) shot the lights out as he flew around the track from box 1, stopping the clock in a PB 29.67. The Jamie Marsh trained dog had won 5 times over the 520 metres before tonight without going under the 30 second barrier. The black dog won by 7 1/2 lengths from Spirit Monelli.

PREMIUM SHARE (Kinloch Brae- Shared Equity) overcame a slow start and then bumped heavily on the first corner with Westdale Anne, before drawing away to win by 2 lengths from Willie Gundi in 30.09. The Chris Halse trained dog has now won at his past 2 starts after being beaten on debut.

20190213 – Cannington Wednesday

APACHE GUNDI (Destini Fireball- Suncup) recorded his third win in a row with an all the victory over Ever The Same. The Christine Bennett trained dog clocked a PB 21.91 in defeating his rivals. the win was his 7th career win from 47 starts.

SPRITE MONELLI (Magic Sprite- Jackie Bale) recorded a strong 3 1/4 length win over Who’s Got Subi after crossing from box 8. The David Hobby trained youngster, who turns two years of age in April, stopped the clock at 29.98 at just his second career start.

IT’S A BULL (Allen Deed- It’s a Wrap) scored an impressive on debut in WA for new trainer Krystal Shinners. The former Victorian chaser had won 9 times from 38 starts on the East Coast before winning by 9 lengths in 29.85.