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20210417 – Cannington Saturday – Perth Cup & Galaxy

TIGGERLONG TONK (Dyna Double One- Tiggerlong Tonk) lunged right on the line to claim the leader Canya Cruise in the final of the Gr 1 Sky Racing Perth Cup. The Correy Grenfell trained chaser was competing in his 10th Gr 1 final and claimed his first victory in a Gr 1 final winning by a half head in 29.76. The Victorian chaser was well supported into favouritism late and had to overcome a heavy bump soon after the start when Star Book in 2 came out and bumped. The talented chaser though balanced up and chased home strongly to score his 36th victory and take his stake earnings past $550,000. Grenfell won the cup two years earlier with Orson Allen.

ZACK MONELLI (Barcia Bale- Penny Monelli) gave David Hobby his first win in the Gr 1 Sky Racing Galaxy with an all the way win. The black dog jumped well from box 7 and once finding the lead was able to run his rivals off their legs scoring by 4 1/4 lengths over We The People and Sunset Bourbski in a new race record time of 41.54. Zack Monelli 12 months earlier finished second behind Simon Told Helen in the Gr 1 Sky Racing Perth Cup before being sidelined with a hock injury. Hobby has done a marvellous job to get him fit and he has now undefeated in 6 starts over the 715 metres at Cannington.

PROJECTORY (Kinloch Brae- She’s Scandalous) set a new race record in the final of the Gr3 Sky Racing Perth Cup Consolation with a brilliant win by a half length over All Zipped Up in 29.58. The Christine Robartson trained dog was one of the last out of the boxes, however railed brilliantly down the back straight and proved too good for his rivals. The exciting young dog joins an elite list of winners in the race including last year when Tommy Shelby won before going on to bigger and better things. Christine Robartson and her husband Dave won the Perth Cup with High Earner in 2010 and 2011, one as the trainer and both as owners.

RAMBO’S BOY (Kinloch Brae- She’s Historic) charged home to claim the leader Corazon De Leon near the line in the second Consolation of the Sky Racing Perth Cup. The Enzo Crudeli trained dog was having his 50th career start and he recorded his 10th win as he won by a half length in 29.96. Crudeli and owner Robbie Brankstone combined in 2017 with Equanimity to win the Gr 1 Sky Racing Perth Cup.

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2021 SKY Racing Perth Cup

Join us at TABtouch Park Cannington on Saturday 17th April

– WA’s BIGGEST RACES – Group 1 Perth Cup & Group 1 Galaxy

Gates open from 6pm.
Racing from 7pm.
Picnics permitted. No BYO Alcohol.
Free parking available via Liege Street (behind Bunnings)



Tables will be available upstairs, however you will need to get in early.

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20210327 – Cannington Saturday – Lew Dorsa Memorial

“We The People notches a hat-trick for Kavanagh”

Long distance chaser We The People overcame a moderate start to take out tonight’s Fuller Fitness Grade 5 over 715m. The former NSW chaser had won her previous two runs over 600m and after navigating her way through traffic hit the lead in the middle stages. The Michael Johnston trained Sweet Mamma Mia charged home late and took ground off We The People to finish second and two lengths behind. Finishing third after setting the pace was West On Mia who was placed for the sixth consecutive start. We The People is prepared by the Clark Kent lookalike Sean Kavanagh and has now started 14 times at Cannington for 6 wins and 5 minor placings.


Race 2 Number 3 CORAZON DE LEON : Displayed terrific mid race muster and then held on for a great third.

Race 5 Number 2 CHIMERA MONELLI : Ran on strongly to be the runner up in the Lew Dorsa behind kennelmate Stout Monelli.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20210324 – Cannington Wednesday – Autumn Maiden Classic

CURLY LOCKS (Kinda Cruel Red- Mia Brae) led from box 4 and recorded her Maiden win defeating Shabby Chevy by 1 3/4 lengths in a PB 22.41. The Kody Charles trained youngster had been placed at 2 of her first 4 starts before breaking through. Litter sisters Fawn Patrol and Nanna’s Nose filled third and fourth placings.

REALLY JAYELL (Rippin’ Sam- Luba Monelli) returned to the winners list when she overcame an early check and then railed strongly to defeat Hindi’s Chance by a head in 16.68. The Barry McPherson trained bitch has now won 2 of 3 starts over the 275 metres.

ARCHIBALD (Fernando Bale- Starlight Shine) jumped to the lead from box 2 and was never threatened as he raced away for a 3 3/4 length Maiden victory. The Paul Stuart trained youngster finished second on debut before having little luck at his next two starts. The black dog defeated Major Gilbert by 3 3/4 lengths in 29.94.

Pictured: Salsa Monelli – Winner of Autumn Maiden Classic

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20210313 – Cannington Saturday – Keith Harding Canning Trophy

RIPPIN MEMPHIS (Fernando Bale- Rippin’ Rose) recorded her biggest win when she took out the Listed Keith Harding Canning Trophy final. The Shayne Williams trained bitch led from the start and never gave her rivals a look in as she scored by 1 3/4 lengths from the fast finishing Rambo’s Boy in 29.77. The black bitch has now won 7 times from 22 starts and almost doubled her stake earnings with the total now $48,000.

YARRINUP FLYER (Brett Lee- My Nikita) led throughout from box 4 and recorded his Maiden victory after being run down on debut the week before. The Krystal Shinners trained dog raced clear down the back straight and scored by 3 3/4 lengths over Lashes Monelli in 30.17.

VOLUTE (Spiral Nikita- West On Delly) overcame stumbling at the start to claim the leaders going along the back straight before holding off Ready For Magic by a half length in 30.09. The Chris Halse trained bitch had been racing without luck since her last win 6 starts earlier in January.

HE SHALL POWER (Dundee Osprey- Shall She Rock) recorded his first win at Cannington when he drove too the front coming into the home straight on the first occasion. The former Victorian, now in the care of Chris Halse, raced clear of his rivals before saluting in 42.16. Casus Belli started favourite however never made any ground on the leader after settling well back.

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