Archive for General News – Page 2

20180619 – Cannington Tuesday

“Akachi leads throughout on debut for Enzo Crudeli”

Akachi is a name that rolls off the tongue and refers to a video game character who was a in a total of 21 different online games. He was a priest of the former god of the dead and was immune to poison, disease and also a plague called the ‘Black Whisper’ that killed off many of his rivals. Tonight his greyhound namesake trained out of Nambeelup blasted out of box five over 380m at Cannnington and led throughout. She clocked 22.21 and improved two lengths on her qualifying time of 22.36. The Warnbro trained Dad’s Decision finished powerfully to be beaten a length in second and two lengths away third was the Southern River based Junk Yard Hutchy. Akachi displayed faultless box manners again and is sure to win plenty of races by shooting to an early lead and enjoying interference-free gallops. Her father Fernando Bale earned an astonishing $1,299,370 from just 44 career starts, winning 35 of them before being retired to stud.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 6 FABS GEM : Rocketed home to run a very nice second behind Crafty Rama who recorded a fast 21.88.

Race 3 Number 7 DHUFISH : Lacks early zip but motored late to finish a close up fourth, follow over a longer journey.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20180618 – Northam Monday


KRYPTO KID (Fabregas-Pretty Fancy) was able to score a narrow victory over Irinka Moonyeen in the Novice over the 297 metres. The Kody Charles trained bitch began well from box 2 and held on to win by a nose in 17.66 to keep her unblemished record intact since arriving from NSW.

PURE MOTION (Barcia Bale- Ema’s Princess) defeated Molly Shine by 3/4 length in 17.83. The Craig Shore bitch was returning from injury and ther win was her first at the track in 6 starts.

WATCH OUT (Jarvis Bale- Mosel) kicked strongly in the home straight to hold out Laurence Avenue by a neck in 30.50. The Darren Rowe trained dog had been unplaced at his first two starts at the track an d defeated his kennel mate in scoring.

20180616 – Cannington Saturday


TROUPER MONELLI (Fernando Bale- Bingle Monelli) railed brilliantly around the home corner and ran down the leader and favourite Vanderworp, who wobbled off the fence, to score a half length win in 29.82. The David Hobby trained brindle dog hadn’t won since his Gr 1 Sky Racing Perth Cup victory over Up Hill Jill. He had been unlucky though including hitting the running rail when second behind kennel mate Frida Monelli in the recent Winter Cup final.

QUICK JAGGER (Dyna Nalin- Saving Bundles) jumped quickly from box 7 and was able to go past the early leader Moment To Jive entering the back straight before recording his first victory over the 600 metres. The Chris Halse trained dog had recently returned from a stint in Victoria where he finished third in the rich Sandown Cup behind Tornado Tears. The black and white dog defeated kennel mate West On Hawkeye by half a length in 34.71.

WEST ON AUGIE (Fernando Bale- Te Amo) led throughout at his first try over the 600 metres in the second heat of the Paradise Street Trophy. The Chris Halse trained dog flew around in 34.70 to defeat Poppy Monelli by 3/4 length. The red fawn dog will benefit from the hit out over the distance and make it an interesting clash in the final with Quick Jagger.

Pictured : West On Augie

20180615 – Cannington Friday

“Herkle Li continues brilliant Cannington form for Rockin’ Rod Noden”

Canning Vale trainer Rod Noden has enjoyed a great run of late with brilliant sprinter Herkle Li. The daughter of Black Wolf was well backed into an odds on favorite to take out tonight’s TABtouch Grade 3 over 380m. She darted out of box five and led throughout effortlessly to win by three lengths in a smart 21.90. Her mother Debbie Monelli was an honest short-courser who racked up five wins at both Mandurah and Northam tracks. Herkle Li is owned by M. Rylands, P. Williams and E. Miles, she has now started 10 times over 380m at Cannnington for 6 wins and 4 minor placings.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 3 ZAMAZAN : Had momentum about 150m from home but clipped the leader’s heels, was only beaten half a length and will win one soon.

Race 3 Number 6 STOCKTON : Lost by less than a length in a quick time behind the highly rated Madeline Keeping.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Pictured : Shinboner Spirit

20180614 – Northam Thursday

“Svetlana Monelli leads throughout at Northam for Shane Beard”

Nambeelup trainer Shane Beard (pictured) rarely ventures to the Avon Valley but his trip paid off today when speedster Svetlana Monelli led throughout over 297m. She burnt off her rivals in the early stages from box five and while favourite Boston Rocks looked a big threat at the top of the straight he checked off her heels which allowed her to skip clear. Svetlana Monelli scored by two lengths over the Cosi Dagostino prepared Daily Devotion who grabbed second narrowly ahead of the Peter Glenny trained Boston Rocks. The daughter of Barcia Bale clocked 17.48 and notched her eleventh career victory.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 6 TINA’S ANGEL : Improved sharply to lead throughout and will get a confidence boost.

Race 4 Number 2 PRIDE OF CHARLIE : Mustered quickly to find the front before posting a flying 29.35.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)