CHANGE TO START TIME FOR SATURDAY’S MEETING 

Due to the anticipated high temperature on Saturday the racemeeting at Cannington will start at a later time than originally scheduled.

The first race will now be held at 7.30pm. Kennelling will be between 6.15pm and 7.15pm.

20190117 – Mandurah Thursday

20190116 – Cannington Wednesday

TOWER OF POWER (Kinloch Brae- West On Bluebird) was able to cross and find the lead from box 3 and missed the trouble on the first corner. The Chris Halse trained dog, who weighs in at 36kgs, then led throughout and won his Maiden on debut in 30.57 by a length over White Grit.

GO GETTEM JINGLE (Lochinvar Marlow- Belle Special) sowed out from box 6 and never looked in any danger as he recorded a 4 3/4 length win over Miller’s Inc in a PB 21.89. The Glen Price trained dog has now won 4 times from 8 starts over the 380 metres.

STARTER UP (Barcia Bale- Star Recall) missed the trouble on the first corner and was then able to hold out Ollie Machine in the run to the line scoring by a neck in 30.70. The win gave trainer Chris Halse a race to race double and also gave the black bitch her second career victory in 7 starts.

20190116 – Greyhound Gold

20190115 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Erenshaw dominates Mandurah”

Southern River trainer Terry Erenshaw nominated four greyhounds to race on Tuesday night at Mandurah’s Provincial Class meeting. All four greyhounds produced terrific performance to win their respective races and collectively net the kennel $8400 in stake money, not including the $50 starting fees. Promising youngster Rebel Cause got the ball rolling in the first race, flying out of box 7 and leading throughout in 22.98. Kennel stalwart Governess relished box 1 and after settling third in the middle stages rounded up her rivals to score by a head in 23.16. She has now started 55 times for 10 wins, 10 seconds, 10 thirds and $32,000 in earnings. Similarly named chasers Niobium and Nobelium won later in the program, clocking 23.07 and 23.11 respectively. Erenshaw has been one of WA’s leading trainers for a long time  and training 4 out of 4 at a Provincial Class meeting is a fantastic effort. His team has been spearheaded in the past by the likes of Blue Goose, Zini’s Gump, Buddy Be Cool, Milly Keeping, Doc Hudson, Timmy Mac and Smooth.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)