“Everest Monelli remains unbeaten”
Emerging sprinter Everest Monelli continued the promising start to his career with another five length victory. The regally bred (Fabregas x Sveta Monelli) 33kg black dog began speedily out of box four and dashed to the front at the first turn. Whilst the field bunched behind him at the first corner and many were squeezed out, Everest Monelli clocked a swift 22.82. Litter sister Kili Monelli ran second, two lengths in advance of Sprightly Fella who finished third. Everest Monelli has now won 4 of 4 for owners Mike and Michelle Quinsee in very impressive fashion. He is trained by Nambeelup trainer David Hobby who has unveiled a stack of talented pups over the last few months.
HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :
Race 4 Number 7 RAGETIME THRILL : Came from a long way back to run a close up third at very long odds.
Race 6 Number 3 RHIANNON’S LAST : Led for a long way and clocked a solid 28.14 when pipped on the post.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
AZALEA MONELLI (Fabregas- Jackie Bale) found trouble early, however with the aid of the inside draw was able to be handy enough to the leader Donnywon Tux as they left the back straight before racing clear to win by 2 1/4 lengths in 30.34. The David Hobby trained bitch defeated litter sister Poppy Monelli who was also on debut and ran home well.
CAMELIA MONELLI (Fabregas- Jackie Bale) recorded her Maiden victory on debut when she scored by a length over Dandalup Dasher in 30.49. The David Hobby trained bitch was at good each way odds as her litter sister Daisy Monelli started a short priced favourite, however found early trouble.
CORPORATE STORM (Dyna Nalin- Saving Bundles) rattled home to claim the leader and race favourite Mandjoogoordap close to the line and win by a half length in 30.07. The Linda Smithson trained bitch had been unlucky in recent starts, however with clear galloping room recorded a PB 30.07.
EZI PICK (Kinloch Brae- Sassy Road) scored an upset first up Maiden win in WA for new trainer Lexia Isaac. The brindle dog was well supported, however finished unplaced at Shepparton on debut back in September. He won tonight in 23.27, in defeating Groove Away by 3 1/4 lengths.
IT’S THE HORSE (Fabregas- Whispering Ling) showed speed from his outside draw and crossed to lead at his second race start. The Enzo Crudeli trained youngster then held off his rivals as he scored by 1 3/4 lengths in 22.90.
SURE ENOUGH (Sure As- Tickle Me) was able to work to the lead at his first start in WA for new trainer Cosi Dagostino. The former Victorian chaser recently won a qualifying trial in 22.99 so started favourite from box 6. The black dog scored by 2 1/4 lengths in driving rain in 23.32.