Archive for Monday

20190218 – Cannington Monday

SHE’S STARDUST (Destini Fireball- Havin’ Lotsa Fun) rewarded trainer Peter Brown with a 3/4 length Maiden win over Hello I’m Cipher in 16.62. The white and fawn bitch had been placed at her two starts since joining his kennels before running home well to score.

EM’S LIL GEM (Destini Fireball- Havin’ Lotsa Fun) gave the litter and trainer an early race to race winning double with a length win over Castiel’s Magic in 16.22. The Pete Brown trained bitch had been placed at all 5 starts since her all the way victory back in early December.

EDGE CRUSHER (Fabregas- Milk And Cookies) recorded back to back victories with a length victory over Maque in 22.31. The Bevan Marshall trained dog clocked a PB in recording his third career win.

20190211 – Cannington Monday

MARYVILLE (Cosmic Rumble- Ocean Li) was able to work across from her outside box draw and record her Maiden victory at start number 24. The Max Julien trained bitch had been placed 6 times in her career including twice from box 8. The black bitch won by 2 3/4 lengths over Hello I’m Cipher in 16.39.

ASPIRE HIGHER (Fernando Bale- Sober) led throughout over the 275 metres to score a 3/4 length win over Crymelon Rip in 16.34. The Ben MacLean trained dog had finished in the placings at his past 4 starts and had been placed in all 3 starts prior from box 1. The white and black dog has now won 3 times from 16 starts.

20190204 – Cannington Monday

FREAK ON KNEE (Stagger- Lairon) scored his Maiden victory, winning by a length over She’s Stardust in 16.48. The Mick McLennan trained dog was unlucky the start before when checked and running third  at Mandurah.

MAQUE (High Earner- Delaque) recorded an impressive win over the 275 metres, flying out from box 2 and stopping the clock at a slick 15.92. The Margaret Hepple trained dog had been slowly away at his past few starts before nailing the start and defeating Lilly Tux by 4 lengths.

WAGTAIL MAVIS (Fabregas- Aella) recorded her first victory over the 380 metres at Cannington for trainer Dan Biddle. The well bred bitch has struggled past the 300 metres prior to tonight where she held out Simply Sophie by a length in 22.53.

20190121 – Cannington Monday

DIAZ MONELLI (Mogambo- Sharon Monelli) was able to end her losing sequence of 20 starts when she crossed from box 8 and led throughout over the 380 metres. The Wayne Beamish trained bitch had not been placed in 3 starts over the journey before defeating Miss Blue by 9 lengths in a PB 22.05. Jockey Tash Faithfull, who recently was released from hospital after a horrific track work fall off a race horse near Albany, owns Miss Blue and was on course to see her run.

CLOONEY (Fernando Bale- Bolero Miss) was able to defeat Yankee Parker by a head in a driving finish over the 275 metres. The Lexia Isaac trained dog has now won 3 times and was placed second on the other 2 occasions in his past 5 starts.

FARMOR KA CHING (Barcia Bale- Gift Box) was impressive winning first up in the State for new trainer Brad Cook. The forme Qld chaser was a winner at Ipswich in November before coming West where he is now raced in partnership by WA’s best Fish and Chips merchant Karl Hassan with Cook and his wife Victoria.

20190114 – Cannington Monday

OAKS VALLEY (Oaks Road- Mandy Charm) broke through for his Maiden win when he claimed the leaders Roman Blue and La Mante on the line. The Tim Mullany trained dog had been placed 2nd at his previous 3 starts. The black dog stopped the clock at 16.81 in winning by a head.

NINJA MITTENS (Collision- Ritza Flare) showed speed from his outside draw to record a 6 length win over Farmor Shady in 16.15. The Tony Scott trained bitch has now won 3 times from just 8 career starts over the sprint distance.

PEYTON PLACE (Bombastic Shiraz- Cawbourne Whip) was to good for her rivals as she defeated race favourite Clooney by 2 3/4 lengths in 16.15. The black bitch recently joined trainer Kody Charles kennel from James Jeffries. He also transferred Viking Vince to trainer Shayne Williams, with the dog scoring by 5 lengths in 22.06 at his first race at Cannington. Jeffries said on Tabradio Greyhound Gossip that he needed to transfer some of his team to make way for younger pups coming into his kennel.