Archive for Mandurah

20190823 – Mandurah Friday

“Sheed’s Goal breaks maiden status for the On The Far Syndicate”
Sheed’s Goal entered tonight’s Essential Refrigeration Services Maiden having being placed in 10 of his 23 career starts. Recent minor placings behind quality youngsters like Mocha Bean, Any Tips Jim, Porsche Monelli and Sunset Harlow suggested he would surely break through soon and he was well supported into a $2.30 favourite. From box two he left cleanly and matched strides with the speedy Bolo for the first 300m. Turning for home Sheed’s Goal shook off Bolo but litter siblings Sketchy Kirks and Sketchy Solo were both making ground from midfield. Sheed’s Goal held on to score by just over a length in 23.12, defeating the strong finishing Sketchy Kirks who beat Bolo for second by half a length. Sketchy Solo finished close up in fourth position and both ‘Sketchy’ greyhounds will appreciate the potential rise to 490m. The Dennis Kerr managed On The Far Syndicate race their greyhounds with Nambeelup trainer Michael Johnston and with his reliable box manners and early zip Sheed’s Goal looks set for a very bright future.
Race 4 Number 3 COOL TALENT : Displayed plenty of zip and will be winning over 405m very soon.
Race 5 Number 6 IT’S THE HORSE : Didn’t have much luck and after an early squeeze did well to run on strongly at the finish for fifth.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20190822 – Mandurah Thursday

“One Last Hurrah makes it 2 from 2 at Mandurah”
Highly talented sprinter One Last Hurrah cruised to an easy win in tonight’s opening event, the Free Entry TABtouch Park Novice over 302m. The daughter of Glen Gallon began her career in South Australia where she would usually lead over 395m (Murray Bridge) and 400m (Gawler) before folding up late and failing to hang on. She won her maiden over 302m earlier this month in 17.36 when she led throughout from box eight. This evening she mirrored that performance, mustering to the front from box seven before posting a smart 17.31. Five lengths away second was Just A Dreamer and a head away in third position was Joe Gundi. The decrease in metreage has made a large difference to her racing career and it’s hard to see her not ending up in Country FFA company.
Race 3 Number 3 ZIPPING FLYNN : Hit the line hard and although unplaced was an eye-catching performance.
Race 4 Number 4 SMURF : Dug deep in the wet conditions to win in 17.30.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20190820 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Danica Keeping surges to effortless 405m victory”
Highly talented sprinter Danica Keeping relished tonight’s inside draw when a sparkling winner in 22.75 for Shayne Williams. The daughter of Barcia Bale has just turned two and was shooting for a hat-trick of wins tonight after winning at Mandurah in 23.03 (405m) and at Cannington in 21.88 (380m). Noted fast beginner Tin exploded to an early lead but Danica Keeping didn’t take long to assert her authority and find the lead. From there she surged away to win by four lengths over Ezi Pick who rallied strongly to finish second ahead of Tin. Danica Keeping has now started 17 times for 5 wins and 7 minor placings for over $19,000 in earnings.
Trial 2 Number 5 ISN’T SHE SEXY : Led throughout in a swift 22.73 for Enzo Crudeli.
Race 5 Number 3 EZI PICK : Showed determination to run second in a smart time.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20190816 – Mandurah Friday

“Prime Time wins on debut for Price”
Nambeelup trainer Glen Price has trained a lot of handy greyhounds in the past like Karon’s Boy, Stinky Pete, Elite Angus, Party Hunter, Vicky’s Boy and King Humpty. Tonight he unveiled a first starter part owned by his father Rod who manages the Prime Racing Syndicate. Prime Time, a son of Moreira born in December of 2017 jumped nicely from box one in wet conditions to hold out race favourite Little Kicks at the first turn. The 28kg black dog capitalised on his inside box advantage and at half way dashed a few lengths in front. Little Kicks was unable to challenge and Prime Time helped himself to a comfortable debut win in 23.34. The time is better than it looks given the stormy conditions and the stiff headwind the chasers faced in the back straight. Prime Time is out of Smash The Clock who was lightly raced in Victoria, winning 5 of 24 career starts for Devon Meadows trainer Jihad Talgi.
Pictured : Prime Time
Race 3 Number 6 HANK GUNDI : Flooded home to win in a flying 17.06 in wet conditions.
Race 5 Number 4 BLACK BOMBSHELL : Improved at box rise to lead throughout against a talented field.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20190815 – Mandurah Thursday

“Dandalup Moon overcomes bother to win for Tania Thomas”
Consistent money-spinner Dandalup Moon finished like a train to win tonight’s Mandurah Stockfeeds Grade 6 over 405m. The daughter of Cosmic Rumble was shuffled back from box four and turning for home looked next to no hope of winning. Surgenie, Lisa Monelli and Easy Flyer were battling out the finish before being descended apon by Dandalup Moon who scored by a head. Lisa Monelli finished second half a length in advance of Easy Flyer and Surgenie. Dandalup Moon has now started 40 times for 4 wins and 10 minor placings.
Race 3 Number 6 AMELIA KEEPING : Flooded home for a close up third after being squeezed out early.
Race 5 Number 4 SANTA’S MAGIC : Lost narrowly after striking a lot of interference.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)