Archive for Cannington

20170920 – Cannington Wednesday


MOTO DOLL (Cosmic Rumble- Flying Sienna) took the length of the home straight to claim the leader Dandalup Dasher and record her Maiden win in 30.58. The Corey White trained bitch had been placed on debut and then had little luck behind litter brother Pinny Mack in the final of the Spring Maiden Classic at his next start. The black and white bitch jumped in second place before slowly making ground on the leader and going on to win by a half length.

PINNY MACK (Cosmic Rumble- Flying Sienna) showed speed from box 3 and worked clear going down the back straight before being challenged by Corporate Storm going off the back. The Corey White youngster then went on to record his second win from 3 starts by 2 1/4 lengths in 30.13.

SKYLAB (Kinloch Brae- Cosmic Sapphire) led throughout over the 380 metres in the FFA to hold out the favourite West On Liam by 3 1/4 lengths in 21.83. The Jamie Marsh trained dog had been racing well at Mandurah and recorded his 4th win from 12 tries over the distance at Cannington.

20170913 – Cannington Wednesday

PINNY MACK (Cosmic Rumble- Flying Sienna) was well supported to win from box 1 in the final of the Greyhounds WA Spring Maiden Classic and the young pup didn’t let his supporters down. The Corey White trained youngster, who doesn’t turn two years of age until March next year, led from the outset and scored by 4 1/4 lengths over Little Grove in a PB 30.02. Pictured : Corey White

DRANSFIELD (El Grand Señor- Stanga Jill) recorded his Maiden win after beginning well from box 3. The Grant Campbell trained black dog had been placed at 3 starts over the 405 metres at Mandurah, however had been unlucky in his 3 starts over the 520 metres at Cannington. His winning time was 30.73.

PHEODORA (Barcia Bale- Poco) led from box 2 and held on for a half head win over Decimal in 30.29. The John Carmody trained bitch had been racing without luck and hadn’t won since October last year, however was strong at her first step up in distance since July.

20170909 – Cannington Saturday

“Skipper’s Ticket scorches over 600m”

Talented up and coming chaser Skipper’s Ticket accounted for a small but handy field tonight over 600m in the Box 1 Restaurant Grade 5. Starlight Asha (box 8) and Miss America (box 1) both sped out of their alleys and after fifty metres race favourite Skipper’s Ticket found himself in between them. As the trio entered the front straight Miss America accelerated clear which allowed Skipper’s Ticket to duck down to the fence. At half way Skipper’s Ticket wrestled the lead off Miss America and shot away, eventually winning by a comfortable six lengths. Miss America held down second ahead of Jazz Get On who ran on strongly. Skipper’s Ticket is owned by Linda Britton and trained by Chris Halse, he has now had 20 starts for 9 wins and 7 minor placings. Tonight he recorded a mighty 34.76 and twenty minutes later his kennel-mate Art Noveau led throughout in a slightly quicker 34.70. Halse ended the night with four winners after West On Maisie won a heat of the Spring Gift and Ramifications broke his own track record over 715m (41.83).

Box Draw

Box Greyhound Trainer
PEPPER FIRE CHRIS HALSE
MENDOZA MONELLI DAVID HOBBY
DEMON BALE ENZO CRUDELI
WEST ON HAWKEYE CHRIS HALSE
WEST ON MAISIE CHRIS HALSE
EQUANIMITY ENZO CRUDELI
GOLD RESERVE PAUL STUART
ASTROZONE PAUL STUART

Reserves    
HONCHO MONELLI DAVID HOBBY
FLYING EAMONN JOE DAILLY

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 2 TOTALLY TOTES : Finished fifth but is eligible for easier races and he hit the line strongly over the longer trip.

Race 4 Number 3 HONCHO MONELLI : Missed the start again but rocketed home for third.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20170906 – Cannington Wednesday


EBONY SHADOW (Fabregas- Dyna Werribee) led throughout on debut for trainer Greg Horne, winning her Maiden by 2 1/2 lengths over Moto Doll in 30.31. The black bitch was slow away in a recent qualifying trial, however jumped better and railed through to hold her rivals out on the first corner.

LITTLE GROVE (Fabregas- Dyna Werribee) after being only moderately away, was able to quickly chase after the leader Dandalup Dasher going down the back straight before levelling up on the home corner. The Greg Horne trained youngster then raced clear to win her Maiden by 3 1/2 lengths in 30.30 in the second heat of the Spring Maiden Classic.

KAYLIN (Above All- Khumbu) showed speed from box 6 and was then able to excellerate away from the favourite Pinny Mack going off the back straight before winning by 4 1/4 lengths in 30.02. the Chris Halse trained dog had finished second on debut before having no luck at his next start where he finished down the track behind kennel mate Legit Boss.

20170902 – Cannington Saturday


DANDALUP BRUTUS (Bekim Bale- Rerod Rose) recorded an overdue win when he led throughout from box 6, going on to score by 6 lengths in 30.09. The Corey White trained dog had finished second at his previous start at Mandurah over the 405 metres. The win was the second leg of a winning double for White who also won earlier in the night with Lee’s Maggie.  Pictured : Dandalup Brutus, Corey White & Carol Moir

NEIL MONELLI (Barcia Bale- Dyna Sandy) recorded his third win in a row as he held off the run of West On Hawkeye to win by 3/4 length in 30.01. The David Hobby trained dog was able to get across from box 8 and settle in second place going into the back straight. Once hitting the front on the corner, the blue dog was quickly challenged by West On Hawkeye, however he was up to the challenge in a strong victory.

MISS AMERICA (Fabregas- Sober) recorded a PB 29.90 victory when leading throughout and winning by 5 lengths over Stratosphere. The Krystal Shinners trained bitch had been run down by Skipper’s Ticket last start, however was never headed from box 3.

ASTROZONE (Cosmic Rumble- Starlight Delly) scored a brilliant and intelligent win as he railed through underneath of the leader Demon Bale on straightening for the run to the judge. The Paul Stuart trained dog recorded his 16th career victory from 31 starts in a winning time of 29.84, scoring by 3/4 length over Mendoza Monelli.

DANDALUP BRUTUS (Bekim Bale- Rerod Rose) recorded an overdue win when he led throughout from box 6, going on to score by 6 lengths in 30.09. The Corey White trained dog had finished second at his previous start at Mandurah over the 405 metres. The win was the second leg of a winning double for White who also won earlier in the night with Lee’s Maggie.