Author Archive for Liam Norris

2021022 – Mandurah Friday

“Herman Munster breaks through for Erenshaw”

Handy sprinter Herman Munster made full use of box two tonight when leading all the way in the A1 Salvage and Hardware Novice. The Canning Vale based, Terry Erenshaw prepared chaser zoomed to the lead in the middle stages before scoring by three lengths. The Damien Crudeli trained Oh My Word was prominent throughout after a great jump from box six but was no match for the winner. Herman Munster won his maiden over the 405m journey at Mandurah (in 23.01) and tonight recorded a smart 27.91 over the longer journey of 490m. He was born in July 2018 and is a full brother to quality Sydney sprinter Chrome who has won 6 of 18 including a run of 29.80 at Wentworth Park.


Race 2 Number 1 SUBMARINER : Prevailed strongly and dashed away the last little bit to win brilliantly.

Race 3 Number 2 SWIFT INTENTION : Powered home for second over 490m behind Jaro Bale.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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The Great Western Final – Box Draw

1 Got The Fury
2 Fearless Eagles
3 Bamsy’s Boy
4 West On True
5 Vitalogy
6 West On Grit
7 Myrtle Monelli
8 Junk Yard Spot

res 1 Bahrain Train
res 2 Awesome Grit

20210225 – Mandurah Thursday

“Fast Food Junkie wins Free For All for Ben MacLean”

Former Victorian speedster Fast Food Junkie gained a run as a reserve in tonight’s MP Sanitize Free For All over 302m. He began moderately from box four before bursting to the front at half way and then pulling away to win by three lengths in 17.16. Outsiders Who Be You (2nd) and Akali (3rd) filled the minor placings from awkward draws but were no match for the winner. Fast Food Junkie has now started 55 times for a whopping 10 wins and 27 minor placings.


Race 4 Number 10 AKACHI : Proved she’s still near the top of her game after 132 starts, winning in 17.26.

Race 5 Number 8 ZIPPER ROGUE : Powered home for a narrow win which notched a hat-trick.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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20210224 – Greyhound Gold

20210224 – Racing Preview

20210223 – Mandurah Tuesday

“West On True shoots the lights out over 405m”

Fine young sprinter West On True made every post a winner in tonight’s Bring Your Team Along Grade 4 over 405m. The son of Fernando Bale has only just turned two and was well backed from box one, starting a $1.45 fixed odds favourite. He began cleanly, out-mustered his speedy opposition and scored in a blistering 22.53. The James Jeffries trained Takers To Vegas ran a terrific second ahead of the fast finishing John Iwanyk trained Torza in third. West On True is raced by Gary Weston, Craig Weston, Linda Britton and is trained by Chris Halse. He has now started 25 times for 8 wins and 9 minor placings.


Race 2 Number 1 UNTHOUGHT KNOWN : Ran on powerfully for fourth after blowing the start.

Race 5 Number 4 TAKERS TO VEGAS : Powered home for a solid second behind the highly talented West On True.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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