Archive for Mandurah

20200925 – Mandurah Friday

“Lou Lee sizzles over 405m for Andrew McLaren”

Noted fast beginner Lou Lee made every post a winner in tonight’s Restaurant Bookings Grade 5 over 405m. The daughter of Stagger had been racing in great form with wins at 3 of her last 5 starts at the Mandurah track. Ex-Victorian Butternut was heavily backed from box two and jumped an odds-on favourite at $1.55 with the WA TAB. Lou Lee out-mustered her more favoured opponent though and set up a three length lead in the middle stages. Butternut gave pursuit but failed to catch up to Lou Lee who recorded a brilliant 22.65. Resting Toucher for Eric Campana finished third ahead of the fast finishing Oysters. Lou Lee has now won 8 of 19 career starts for Nambeelup trainer Andrew McLaren who has enjoyed success in the past with the likes of Yunderup Dozer, Vocal Enforcer, Rudge, Ballistic Rose and Feels Like El.


Race 2 Number 4 WEBLEC WARRIOR : Cannonballed out to lead and then win in 22.73.

Race 4 Number 6 EINSTEINIUM : Showed terrific early pace before returning to the winner’s list in 22.62.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200924 – Mandurah Thursday

“Marlou Miss cashes in on a very suitable race”

Sometimes greyhounds can jump off the page at punters and this was the case with Marlou Miss tonight in the Essential Refrigeration Services Grade 6. The daughter of Lochinvar Marlow was dropping to a more suitable distance, dropping in grade and also facing a more advantageous box draw (box two). She has drawn boxes 6, 5, 7 and 8 at her previous four outings and had led over 490m and 520m at her two most recent runs. On paper she was simply going to lead and win and with all of those favourable conditions parlayed together she was sent out at a very short $1.40 with the WA TAB. Marlou Miss is trained by Justin Wood and is owned by the Peter Breen managed Four Plus One Syndicate. Later in the night The Dash final (302m) was taken out by the Terry Erenshaw trained Roll Out who has now won 11 of 17 career outings.


Race 3 Number 4 MATSUMI : Dug deep to score in 17.21 over Junk Yard Dare.

Race 4 Number 5 RED EYE FLYER : Showed terrific box manners before leading throughout in 23.00.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200922 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Our Adventure leads all the way”

Noted speedster Our Adventure made every post a winner to take out tonight’s Mandurah Stockfeeds Grade 5 over 405m. The son of Barcia Bale resumed for his new trainer Greg Horne and after flying from the boxes led all the way in a smart 22.79. The John Iwanyk prepared Pyjamas finished powerfully to be beaten by a head and four lengths away third was Hello I’m Dom. Our Adventure had been struggling for form, finishing out of the placings at his previous six outings in the lead up to this evening. The victory took his career record to an impressive 11 wins from 45 starts.


Trial 2 Number 1 WESTDALE NIKITA : Scored impressively over 405m and clocked a fast 22.87.

Trial 3 Number 3 WEST ON BRAE : Showed terrific mid race muster and saluted over 490m in a solid time of 27.71.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200920 Sunday – Mandurah

20200918 – Mandurah Friday

“Vitalogy wins his fourth in a row for Halse”

Vitalogy turns two next month and chalked up his fourth consecutive victory in tonight’s Friday Buffet Stake over 405m. The son of Knocka Norris began cleanly from box one before zooming through on the inside and leading throughout in a flying 22.60. Three nights earlier he scored over 490m after displaying explosive mid race muster. This evening he saluted by a whopping ten lengths and recorded a wonderful time for a greyhound of his tender age. Black Cat Bar chased him home for second ahead of outsider Gentleman Fox. Vitalogy was named after one of the great Pearl Jam albums and is a full brother to fellow handy youngsters Chloe’s The Boss, One Times Square, Pacemaker Pete and West On Harmony.


Race 3 Number 4 IDEAL FANTASY : Scored impressively and clocked a handy 27.77.

Race 4 Number 2 SOLDADO : Charged home for a solid second.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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