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20210117 – Cannington Sunday

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20210116 – Cannington Saturday

STONE COLD OLLY (Vanderworp- Legit Boss) demolished his rivals on debut winning by 6 lengths over Owl Fin in 30.17. The black dog is owned by the popular Luke Townsend and trained by his mate Justin Wood and had been placed twice in recent qualifying trials at Mandurah and Cannington. Pictured : Stone Cold Olly

HUMAN FUND (Barcia Bale- Nangar Miss) was too speedy for her rivals leading throughout from box 1 and scoring by 3 3/4 lengths over Glen Keeping in a PB 21.76. The Jamie Marsh trained youngster was having just her 5th career start after having won her Maiden two starts back in 21.96 also from box 1.

SUDOKU SHELBY (Fernando Bale- Sudoku Mercedes) overcame a bump at the start and then found the rail to push through and lead the field into the back straight. The Terry Erenshaw trained dog then raced away from his rivals before getting a little tied over the concluding stages and scoring by 1 1/4 lengths over Go Lyla in 29.94. The win was his first in 3 starts since arriving from Victoria.

ZACK MONELLI (Barcia Bale- Penny Monelli) recorded a smart first up win over the 715 metres defeating Wicked Rhythm by 3 3/4 lengths in 41.82. The David Hobby trained star recently returned from Victoria  and will further improve on his first try over the staying trip.

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20210115 – Mandurah Friday – Dawesville Cup Heats

“Sole Trader causes upset result for Adam Smithson”

Former Victorian Sole Trader produced a surprise jump in tonight’s first heat of the Dawesville Cup when he speared out of box three and out-sped a zippy lineup to find the front. The son of American sire SH Avatar was winless after four Cannington starts since arriving from Victoria. However once the strong finisher found the lead he was always going to be extremely hard to overtake. Race favourites Sunset Kodiak, Wise El Nino and Aston Thunder all met with mid race interference and Sole Trader powered away to win by four lengths in 27.63. Outsider Production worked home stylishly from box eight to be the runner up for Kody Charles in advance of Aston Thunder who finished third. Sole Trader is raced by Shane Loftus and trained by Adam Smithson and has now won 8 of 36 career starts.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 4 BUMPER BLASTER : Started $91.00 fixed odds and ran a great second in a handy time.

Race 8 Number 3 SHERIFF MAX : Stormed home along the rail and is close to a win.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Box Greyhound Trainer
LE JURY MONELLI D. Hobby
SOLE TRADER A. Smithson
WEST ON TRUE C. Halse
BLACK QUE D. Crudeli
MARLOU MISS J. Wood
MYRTLE MONELLI D. Hobby
SWEET BUT PSYCHO E. Crudeli
SUNSET TOXIC D. Hobby
Reserves
PRODUCTION K. Charles
WEST ON AXEL C. Halse

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20210113 – Cannington Wednesday

HONOUR RAMPAGE (Rippin’ Sam- Luba Monelli) recorded her third win from 4 starts over the 380 metres after gaining clear running from box 8. The Joe Dailly trained bitch raced clear of her rivals and scored by 4 lengths over Demon Queen in 16.12.

SIMPLY WHATEVER (Big Daddy Cool- Quick To Go) recorded his Maiden win holding off Brooke Keeping in the run too the line and winning by a half length in 22.31. The Trudi Mitchem trained dog had been placed at 3 of his first 6 career starts before breaking through.

ZIPPER ZIP ZIP (El Grand Senor- Mac Molly) was well supported on debut in the State for trainer Shayne Williams and didn’t let supporters down scoring by 5 1/2 lenghs over Schnapps Night in 21.95. The former NSW chaser had been placed at 4 of 5 career starts prior to coming West.

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20210109 – Cannington Saturday – Summer Chase

“Redcap Monelli overcomes box eight to win Summer Chase Final”

Redcap Monelli had been finding plenty of trouble in his races and again drew awkwardly for tonight’s $30,000 Summer Chase Final. The son of Fernando Bale faced a tough assignment from the pink box and was sent out at $8.00 with race favourite Sir Monty ($1.50) expected to lead and win from box three. Sir Monty zoomed to an early lead and at half way Redcap Monelli was fifth on the rail and at least seven lengths from the leader’s nose. He weaved between runners and flashed late to claim a spectacular victory in 34.91, defeating Sir Monty by one length. Outsider Lilly Lana finished third and Renewed was fourth. Redcap Monelli took his earnings over $90,000 for David Hobby and has now won 12 of 43 career starts.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 2 CINDY’S OLIVER : Flooded home at his first run since August to run a mighty second.

Race 5 Number 5 BLACK QUE : Ran out 600m nicely and looks to be close to a win.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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