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20180917 – Northam Monday

WINLOCK BANKING (Banjo Boy- Glitzy Bling) scored an all the way win in a new PB 29.71 in the opening heat of the Northam Anniversary Cup. The James Jeffries trained dog had won the previous week on debut in 29.81, however today he jumped straight to the front and then careered away to win by 10 lengths over the fast finishing Egyptian Pirate.

BUSHMAN’S LUCK (Superman- My Asuncion) overcame the trouble on the first corner and swept to the lead going into the back straight. The Peter Glenny trained dog stopped the clock at 30.14, 5 lengths ahead of Cairnlea Ollie. Glenny won the Anniversary Cup last year with Blackwood Burst successful.

ALL THE RAVE (High Earner- West On Raven) led throughout in the final heat of the Northam Anniversary Cup with a 5 length win over Techno in 29.62. The Tony Scott trained dog is undefeated in 3 starts at the track and has a PB of 29.35 to his name.

20180915 – Cannington Saturday

QUICK JAGGER (Dyna Nalin- Saving Bundles) stormed home to take out the Listed Greyhounds WA Spring Gift Final for trainer Chris Halse. After race favourite Cropduster went down on her nose at the start, the race was led by Frida Monelli before Astrozone and Quick Jagger started making ground on her off the back straight. The track record holder was too strong winning by 1 1/2 lengths in 29.93.

ATLANTIC LI (Cosmic Rumble- Ocean Li) returned to the winners list holding off West On Bamboo by a half head in 30.14. The Cosi Dagostino trained bitch has now won 3 of her past 4 stars after having been beaten by West On Bamboo by 3/4 length the start before.

JERKY BOY (High Earner- West On Raven) caused an upset win in defeating Peak Monelli by 3/4 length in 30.23. The Chris Halse trained dog did run a PB 30.18 4 runs earlier when beaten into fourth place behind Leisel Monelli, however was sent out as a $22 chance on tote.

20180914 – Mandurah Friday

“Bulldog Stringer snaps a losing sequence of 32 for Shane Beard”

Fresh after training a late double on Thursday night Nambeelup mentor Shane Beard produced another surprise result in tonight’s opening event. Bulldog Stringer hadn’t tasted victory for 32 starts and had been unplaced at his previous 16 starts too. He is usually void of early pace but this evening began sweetly from box 4 and dashed to the front. The Ben MacLean trained Fantastic Joey gave pursuit but couldn’t reach Bulldog Stringer who scored by three lengths. Fantastic Joey finished second and was seven lengths ahead of the third placed Hart View Dicky. Bulldog Stringer has now won 6 of 63 career starts and has earned $19,420.


Race 4 Number 6 PROJECTILE : Came from sixth at the top of the straight to win narrowly and looks to have a bright future for the Rapt In Racing Syndicate.

Race 5 Number 2 STARLIGHT YOYO : Won easily despite missing the kick and recorded a quality time of 27.54.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Pictured : Back Seconds with Gemma and Karl Jovanovic

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20180913 – Mandurah Thursday

“Max profit wins Dash Final for Corey White”

Super sprinter Max Profit added to the silverware in his cabinet tonight when he reeled in Sunset Mouse to win the time-honoured Dash Final. The Dash Series is the only 300m feature event staged in WA all year and was first run back in 1981. There were some awesome performances in the heats last Thursday and none better than Max Profit who qualified fastest in 16.88. He was sent out favourite in the final from box four and when speedster Sunset Mouse flew out of box three he received plenty of mustering room. Sunset Mouse led to the top of the straight but Max Profit overpowered her to win by three lengths in wet conditions. He posted a great time of 16.96 and chalked up his thirty first lifetime victory, taking his career earnings over $159,000 for Nambeelup trainer Corey White and owners F and C Stanley. Miss Bamsy, last year’s Mandurah Cup winner flew home for third placing after being posted wide in the early stages.


Race 4 Number 4 CANAL TURN : Burst out of the boxes to lead throughout in 17.30 for Lake Clifton trainer John Cole.

Race 5 Number 2 HEY BAIL : Copped a few bumps but soldiered on well for a solid second.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)