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20190622 – Cannington Saturday – Paradise Street Trophy Heats

Verne Allen (35.70) takes home box honours in tonight’s draw of the time honoured Paradise Street Trophy, with Premium Share (35.13) and Grace Ali (35.30) getting the better of his time in their respective heats under extremely wet conditions.

Pictured : Verne Allen

Join us next week for what ensures to be a hotly contested final.

Box Greyhound Trainer
VERNE ALLEN E. Crudeli
PREMIUM SHARE C. Halse
WEST ON AUGIE C. Halse
WISE RICCIARDO C. Halse
GRACE ALI C. Halse
PAGANONI P. Stuart
REIDY’S RUNNER C. Bennett
ROCKSTAR PATRIOT P. Stuart
Reserves
INCREDIBLE HERO F. Farrell
DYNA DEAN E. Crudeli

20190621 – Mandurah Friday – The Sandgroper Heats

“Kiss Me Linda qualifies fastest for Sandgroper Final”

Top shelf sprinter Kiss Me Linda made light work of her Sandgroper heat tonight, leading throughout in a fast 27.55 from box three. The fast beginner was heavily backed into $1.30 and didn’t let her supporters down, quickly establishing a buffer before recording a time that would win most Free For Alls over the 490m distance. The victory notched a hat-trick of wins after she won her previous two starts over 520m at Cannington. The daughter of Kinloch Brae ran second in the WA Oaks Final earlier this month and also was a Perth Cup finalist back in March. The Tania Thomas trained Spitting Venom ran a gallant second to her and was only beaten 2.75 lengths. The other three heat winners were Deberti (27.80), Venus And Mars (27.78) and Garbrandt (27.70).

Pictured : Kiss Me Linda

The box draw for next Friday’s Sandgroper Final :

Box Greyhound Trainer
GARBRANDT J. Marsh
NIOBIUM T. Erenshaw
KISS ME LINDA C. Halse
STARTER UP C. Halse
DEBERTI J. Marsh
VENUS AND MARS C. Halse
WESTDALE ARES G. Martin
SPITTING VENOM T. Thomas
Reserves
WEST ON VIOLET C. Halse
FAB PHILLIPE V. Reid

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 5 MAGIC MAMBA : Began swiftly and carved out a sizzling 22.66 at his 405m debut.

Race 7 Number 5 COSMIC OX : Rocketed out and led all the way in a flying 22.40 for Jamie Marsh.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20190608 – Cannington Saturday – Winter Cup Heats

“Hecton Bale charges into Winter Cup Final”

Super greyhound Hecton Bale prevailed narrowly in the first heat of the Winter Cup this evening, pipping Adelaide speedster Alicante Bouchet on the line. The croweater began like a rocket and posted a sizzling 5.38 to the first turn but went down by a nose after the judges took a couple of minutes to separate the chasers. Boom youngster Premium Share made up many lengths on a track that wasn’t conjusive to coming from behind. He was just a length away in third position and is one of the most promising greyhounds we’ve seen in some time. The son of Kinloch Brae turns two next month and recently won the WA Derby and also clocked an elite 34.68 over 600m last week. Cropduster salvaged fourth and a spot in the final after beginning only fairly. Heat Two was dominated throughout by West On Augie who rode early bumps to lead throughout in 30.11, a time half a length faster than Hecton Bale’s run. The James Jeffries prepared Quara’s Zade battled on strongly to finish second ahead of Snazzy Whompo and Garbrandt. West On Augie has now won 34 of 58 and earned over $377,000 in earnings. The other heat winner Hecton Bale has now accumulated over $475,000. Winter Cup Box Draw :

Box Greyhound Trainer
QUARA’S ZADE J. Jeffries
SNAZZY WHOMPO E. Crudeli
CROPDUSTER P. Stuart
ALICANTE BOUCHET B. Rawlings
PREMIUM SHARE C. Halse
HECTON BALE E. Crudeli
GARBRANDT J. Marsh
WEST ON AUGIE C. Halse
Reserves    
CRACKERJACK SKIP E. Crudeli
BUNDLES GALORE L. Smithson

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 8 RAPPA FLASH : Soldiered on strongly for second over 715m and looks close to a win.

Race 4 Number 7 PREMIUM SHARE : Goodness gracious, this is a very, very, very promising canine.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Pictured : Jetta Jam

20190605 – Cannington Wednesday

Pictured : Black Goshawk

20190525 – Cannington Saturday – W.A. Oaks Heats & Derby Final

PREMIUM SHARE (Kinloch Brae- Shared Equity) demolished his rivals with a 9 length victory in the Gr 2 Brittons Formal Wear WA Derby final. The win gave trainer Chris Halse back to back wins in the Gr 2 final after West On Augie won last year. The well bred black dog has now won 5 times from just 12 starts and doesn’t turn two years of age until July. It’s a Storm, who led early finished second aged of Rockstar Beav in a slick 29.56.

CIRCLE OF DREAMS (Barcia Bale- Mepunga Mia) recorded a brilliant 4 length win in the opening heat of the Gr 2 WA Oaks. Now in the care of trainer Chris Halse, the Victorian owned bitch led into the first corner at her first look at the track before defeating fellow Victorian bitch She Will Bloom in 29.85. The Gr 1 and dual Gr 2 winner will take a power of beating in next weeks $60,000 final.

FANCY FRANCENE (Barcia Bale- Eyes Adorable) appreciated her look at the track the previous week as put paid to her rivals from box 1 in the second heat of the Gr 2 WA Oaks. The Chris Halse prepared chaser went 5.50 early before stopping the clock at 29.94, 2 1/4 lengths ahead of her nearest rival Banjo’s Girl.

KISS ME LINDA (Kinloch Brae- West On Bluebird) led throughout to win the third heat of the Gr 2 WA Oaks and give trainer wins in all 3 heats. The black bitch defeated Victorian raider Grace Ali by a half head in 29.93. Owned by the From the Jockeys Mouth syndicate, the little bitch competed in the GR 1 Perth Cup final earlier this year.

Box Greyhound Trainer
CIRCLE OF DREAMS C. Halse
GRACE ALI C. Halse
KISS ME LINDA C. Halse
MARVISTA M. Julien
FANCY FRANCENE C. Halse
SHE WILL BLOOM B. Pursell
NAUGHTY GUNN G. Horne
BANJO’S GIRL R. Noden
Reserves    
SWIFT TIMING T. Murray
ROOM TO BOOM K. Shinners