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20240521 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Miss Vivas wins a keenly contested Sign Strategy Novice”

Race Five tonight was a very competitive race with no less than six greyhounds looking like a winning chance at the top of the home straight. Odds-on favourite Pecorino Monelli led from box one but looked very vulnerable turning for home with challengers galore. The Damien Crudeli trained Miss Vivas swept down the outside to claim victory in 22.95. She is owned by the Susanne Smith managed Champagne Syndicate and has now on 3 of 17. A neck away second was Rosie Browne and a length away third was Sunset Lightning.


Race 1 Number 3 OUR GIRL BLOOM : Improved at box rise to lead throughout in a handy 17.31.

Race 4 Number 6 UNCOMPROMISED : Led throughout from box six and was always in control of winning the race.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20240520 – Northam Monday

20240519 – Cannington Sunday

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20240518 – Cannington Saturday

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SUNSET LASSO (Hard Style Rico-Sunset Kodiak) was able to get to the front underneath of Sassy Snickers going off the back straight before holding off Girls Like You to win the opening heat of the Gr 2 WA Oaks. The David Hobby trained bitch recorded just her second career victory from 21 starts with a 30.08 win.

SUNSET SERENGETI (Hard Style Rico- Sunset Kodiak) rattled home along the fence to claim Miss Envy on the line winning by a neck in 30 seconds in the second heat of the WA Oaks. The David Hobby trained bitch has now won 10 times from 28 starts and over $81,000 in stakes.

RACING BARBIE (Zack Monelli- Rekall Kelsos) led throughout in the third heat of the Gr2 WA Oaks holding off the late finishing burst of Shy Emoji to win by a nose in 30.02. The Christine Robartson trained bitch doesn’t turn two years of age until September and has now won 3 of 7 career starts.

SNEAKY EMOJI (Sunset Spitfire-Corona Monelli) ran past his kennel mate Sunset Frazier in the straight to win the Gr 2 Britton’s Formal Wear WA Derby final. The David Hobby trained dog had finished second in his heat the week before behind Fire Lighter. Once he sat so close to the favourite Sunset Frazier the race was his to lose and he won by 1 1/2 lengths in 29.72.

Peter O’Neill (Commentator)

20240517 – Mandurah Friday

“Our Benson charges into The Chase Final”

‘The Chase’ is a 400m series conducted at Mandurah and notable winners from the past include Kanoala (1994), Car Park Keith (1997), Flying Typhoon (2008), Mottza (2019) and West On Fever (2023). Three heats were contested tonight and Our Benson could not have been more impressive in the first one. He fired out quickly to post a fast first section of 6.22 before beating a top field by four lengths in a new PB of 22.02. Solid Tank soldiered on well for second from box eight and half a length away third was Lil Bit Twisted. Our Benson is trained by Kody Charles and took his career record to 24 starts for 12 wins and 7 seconds. The other heats were won by What A Ripper (22.31) and Sunset Nightjar (22.18). The box draw for next Friday’s Final :



Race 2 Number 4 FIZZY CHRISSY : Brought her excellent Cannington form to Mandurah and scored brilliantly in 22.25.

Race 5 Number 4 MOLFETTA CRUISE : Ran on nicely and was forced wide on straightening, follow next start especially over a little longer.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20240516 – Mandurah Thursday

“Jumpin’ Jules wins at her 300m debut”

Speedy sprinter Jumpin’ Jules capitalised on box one in tonight’s Tommy Shelby At Stud Grade 4 over 300m. The daughter of Beast Unleashed began like a rocket from the inside trap and quickly established an outright lead. She then sailed away to score by two lengths in 17.03 over the Brad Cook trained Terramungamine. A length away third was the Kaine Buckwell prepared Opal Deluxe. Jumpin’ Jules is trained by Rod Noden out of Canning Vale and has now won 9 of 78 career starts and earned over $49,000.


Race 3 Number 6 YAKI EXPRESS : Improved sharply to win from box six over 300m.

Race 4 Number 10 WEST ON BAMBI : Ran on nicely at her third start back from a spell.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20240516 – Greyhound Gold

20240515 – Cannington Wednesday

OLIVE GRACE (Shima Shine-jo Jo) burst to the front and was too speedy for her rivals defeating Narnak by 1 1/4 lengths in 16.16. The Brad Cook trained bitch had won her Maiden back in September as a young pup before being purchased to race in the West. The former Queensland chaser has now won twice from 4 starts.

RED CAN KING (Aussie Infrared-Canya Lilly) missed the start, found trouble on the first corner before still being good enough to run down the leader and win by 1 1/2 lengths over Charos Elite in 22.73. The Shayne Williams trained youngster was heavily supported before winning on debut.

TRANSCENDENT ( Aston Dee Bee-Miss America) scored a narrow nose Maiden victory on debut after having to overcome trouble going into the first corner. The Krystal Shinners trained youngster had trialed considerably quicker than the 30.74 winning time he recorded when defeating Tilly Rose.

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20240515 – Wednesday Preview

Let’s get ready to rumble in the WA Derby, as the boys face off in their preview of the Group 2 final along with the heats of the WA Oaks.

20240514 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Rosie Browne wins at 60/1 for Ian Bunny”

Rose Browne caused a big upset in tonight’s fourth event, the Stephen Mita Novice over 400m. $1.50 favourite Pecorino Monelli led from box two but Rosie Browne quickly mustered to second and settled on the outside of the favourite leaving the back straight. She then leveled up at the top of the home straight before clawing her way to the front. The daughter of Sennachie saluted narrowly and recorded a handy 22.70 on a track that wasn’t conjusive to fast times. Pecorino Monelli held second a nose ahead of kennel-mate Sunset Lightning. Rosie Browne is raced by the Lowry Lowry Syndicate and is trained by Ian Bunny. Her littermates Mrs. Cropley, Another James, Fancy That Fred and Kentish Lass are all early winners too.


Race 2 Number 7 BLING IT BLACK : Caught the eye late with a fast finishing second after giving away a big headstart.

Race 5 Number 1 PROM QUEEN FUN : Battled on gamely for a nice second over 400m.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)