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20231201 – Mandurah Friday

“Uncle Tommy continues winning run for the After Party Syndicate”

Promising sprinter Uncle Tommy capitalised on box one again tonight, chalking up his third successive victory over 400m at Mandurah when jumping from the inside trap. His first two wins were clocked in 22.47 and 22.40 and tonight he lowered his PB to 22.25. Noted speedster Notorious Harada flew out of box four but Uncle Tommy surged through on her inside at the first turn before racing away. Uncle Tommy is raced by the After Party Syndicate and is trained out of Casuarina by Steve Withers. He has now won 7 of 9 career starts and looks set to fly through the grades and be in FFA company very soon.


Race 1 Number 5 JET KHAN : Powered home for his first win in WA and clocked a fast 27.30 over 488m.

Race 2 Number 7 DODGEM RANGER : Began well and was prominent throughout before finishing third at long odds.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20231130 – Mandurah Thursday

“Prompt Response leads all the way for Lewis Clay”

Prompt Response was solidly backed to win tonight’s Choicechem Country Novice over 300m. He didn’t let his supporters down either, improving at box rise to find an early lead before winning by six lengths. The son of Superior Panama recorded a smart 22.62 and defeated All About Marble and Zen On. He started his career in NSW where he won his maiden over 401m at Richmond back in May. Before tonight he had only managed 3 minor placings from 9 starts in WA mainly due to poor box manners and drifting too far back. He is owned by Adam Brandt and should gain plenty of confidence from tonight’s victory.


Race 5 Number 2 DANNY HEFFERNAN : Won by a nose after missing the kick.

Race 7 Number 2 SIMPLICITY : Was well supported and charged home to win in a flying 16.93.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20231128 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Kisses For Kaos wins his maiden for Christine Robartson”

Fresh after winning last Friday’s Mandurah Cup with Hinto, Stake Hill based trainer Christine Robartson ‘saddled up’ Kisses For Kaos in tonight’s Bet NFT Provincial Maiden (488m). The daughter of Premium Share came into the race with 11 minor placings from her first 16 starts and was backed into a clear $1.36 fixed odds favourite. She flew out of box four and quickly established a lead over Molotov Boy who had also begun well. Turning for home she booted away to win by three lengths in a handy time of 27.50. Molotov Boy battled on well for second and first starter West On Dodger filled third position. Kisses For Kaos is a full sister to other promising types Inside Scoop, Curate’s Egg, Victory Road and Sneaky Pint.


Trial 1 Number 5 HARPER SMIRCH : Rocketed out of the boxes and won easily over 300m in 17.40.

Race 3 Number 1 MISS VIVAS : Was well supported and showed excellent mid-race speed to get to the front and win by three lengths.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20231126 – Sunday Mandurah

20231123 – Mandurah Thursday

“Watch Me wins first up at Mandurah”

Speedy greyhound Watch Me handled her first race experience at Mandurah nicely, winning the Tommy Shelby At Stud Free For All from box two. She out-mustered her rivals to find the lead at the first turn before soaring clear to win by just over a length in 17.06. Oh Yeah Alright and Luke’s Coal gave pursuit but couldn’t reel her in and shared second placing. Watch Me is trained by Sean Kavanagh out of Nambeelup and has now won 11 of her 25 career starts. She fell at her previous start at Cannington and looks set to build an impeccable track record at the Mandurah venue.


Race 3 Number 7 BLAST OF IRISH : Relished the wide draw to win again over 400m.

Race 5 Number 6 SUMMER OF LOVE : Wooshed home out wide to finish third and looks suited at the Mandurah track.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20231121 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Greek Odyssey overcomes box seven to win Maiden for Michael Rees”

Byford based trainer Michael Rees pulled off a rough result in tonight’s Choichechem Provincial Maiden over 400m. The daughter of Aussie Infrared had been unplaced at her first three starts and was sent out at the juicy odds of $31 tonight. Five chasers all began quickly and a line of five formed as the field left the back straight. Greek Odyssey cut down to the rail and was able to cross his rivals before going on to score by three lengths. The wide tracking Expedential ran second for Jackie Wilson and a neck away third was Magic Entry for Tim Gummow. Greek Odyssey clocked 23.15 and looked suited from the wide draw at the roomy, newly renovated Mandurah track.


Trial 1 Number 1 WEST ON LIBBY : Rocketed out and clocked 6.28 early before winning in a flying 22.71.

Race 4 Number 1 COMMON SPEED : Flew out to lead and win in 27.53 and looks set for a bright future.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20231117 – Mandurah Friday

“Nangar Bubbles first to qualify for Mandurah Cup”

Nambeelup trainer Sean Kavanagh advanced Nangar Bubbles into the Mandurah Cup Final tonight, overcoming a couple of hiccups in transit to win the opening heat. She began well but was crossed in the back straight by Fire Cloud. Then turning for home Fire Cloud wobbled wide and took Nangar Bubbles with him. Strong chasers Speedy Willow and Solidified took inside runs but Nangar Bubbles dug deep out wide to regain the lead and win by half a length. She clocked 27.57 which was excellent given the interference she struck at two vital stages of the race. Solidified snatched second and will represent Jarrahdale trainer Krystal Shinners in the final. The other heat winners were Canya Mia (27.35), Hinto (27.26) and King Tommy (27.10). A stunning lineup is set to take each other on next Friday over the new 488m distance.

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Race 2 Number 3 LIL BIT BITTER : Won in a sizzling 27.45 for David Hobby.

Race 3 Number 4 BARRIO BEAST : Refused to give in despite a poor jump and no room in transit.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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20231116 – Mandurah Thursday

“Minh Smiley wins brilliantly for Ben MacLean”

Former Victorian sprinter Minh Smiley has now started twice at the new Mandurah circuit for two tidy victories. The daughter of Fernando Bale won over 385m at Shepparton in September but was unplaced at her first two WA starts at Cannington. At the opening Mandurah meeting last Thursday she recovered from a slow jump to win over 400m in 22.64 when she held off West On Outlaw. This evening she began poorly again but after settling fourth at the first turn railed to the front and then raced away to win by five lengths. She recorded an impressive time of 22.47 and looked to have plenty of energy left as she crossed the line. Her trainer Ben MacLean continues to prepare a stack of winners regularly and Minh Smiley provided him with his 205th winner for the calendar year.


Race 2 Number 8 PAD UP OWEN : Relished box eight and rocketed down the outside to claim an impressive victory.

Race 4 Number 7 BLAST OF IRISH : Bounded clear late to win by a big margin, will be winning plenty of races at Mandurah.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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20231114 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Romneya Monelli snaps a losing seuquence of 32 for Angie Brown”

Box one over the new 300m distance at Mandurah as expected is still going to be a very large advantage. Romneya Monelli capitalised on the red box to lead throughout in tonight’s opening event, the Free Entry TABtouch Park Country Novice. She began beautifully and held out the early challenges before railing to victory in a handy 17.20. The Greg Horne trained All Over Kite ran second and outsider Lizzy Keeping finished third for Lexia Isaac. Romneya Monelli had failed to win for 32 starts and also boasted a lean winning overall record of one solitary victory from 51 starts.


Race 2 Number 3 MAZUMA MAYHEM : Mustered brilliantly before winning in 22.63.

Race 4 Number 2 SUNSET PACQUIAO : Used his large frame to hold out the challengers before winning by three lengths.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20231112 – Mandurah Sunday

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