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20220409 – Cannington Saturday – Lew Dorsa Memorial Trophy

LEKTRA SARAH (Zambora Brockie- Lektra Viki) showed speed from out wide and crossed the field before tracing clear of Record Me to win by 3 lengths in 22.10. The Ben MacLean trained dog had recently arrived from Victoria and won first up at Cannington for the Roller Coaster racing syndicate.

ELITE MACHINE (Aussie Infrared- Pat’s Lass) also showed speed from box 8 and once finding the leading out of the front straight, the brindle youngster raced away to record his second win from 3 career starts. The Justin Wood trained dog won by 1 3/4 lengths over Safari Train in 30.16.

ZIPPING ONTARIO (Superior Panama- Zipping Katelyn) led throughout and recorded his 4th win in a row as he defeated kennel mate and litter sister Zipping Virginia by 1 1 /4 lengths in 41.72. The Paul Stuart trained dog has not been beaten since his first run in WA where he finished third in a heat of the Gr 1 Galaxy behind Mepunga Ruby.

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20220402 – Cannington Saturday – Lew Dorsa Memorial Heats

RIPPIN’ HARRY (Collision- Rippin’ Rose) railed perfectly around the home corner as the leader Corinne’s Gem wobbled wide and scored a half length Novice win in 22.10. The Shayne Williams trained dog has now won twice from 4 career starts.

ALASKA’S GIRL (My Redeemer- Defy All Odds) was able to use the rails to her advantage as well as she raced underneath the leaders going along the back straight. The Enzo Crudeli trained bitch then put a gap on her rivals racing clear to defeat kennel mate Bionic Polly by 3 3/4 lengths in 29.95.

ZIPPY ZENVO (Kc And All- Zippy Daph) led throughout over the 600 metres, recording her third win over the middle distance since arriving in WA. The Joe Dailly trained bitch led from box 4 and was able to hold out Torpedo Tears by a neck in a PB 34.75.

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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.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

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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20210320 – Cannington Saturday – Lew Dorsa Memorial Heats

JIMMY GOAT ROSE (Bernardo- Dash Of Rose) led from box 1 and with trouble behind him going off the back straight, the fawn dog raced clear to win by 8 1/2 lengths in 22.01. The Glen Price trained dog  was well supported after gaining a start as a reserve runner and has now won twice from 6 starts since arriving from Victoria.

FABRIOLA CITRUS (Allen Deed- Fabriola Allen) caused an upset when she recorded her first win over the 520 metres at her 11th attempt. The Joe Dailly trained bitch had met all sort of trouble since winning over the 380 metres in 21.83, 5 starts earlier. The black bitch defeated Ready For Magic by 3/4 length in a PB 30.06.

CINDY’S OLIVER (Fernando Bale- Claretown Cindy) returned to the 715 metres for the first time since the middle of last year with a 2 length win over Jayville Slick in 41.82. The Joe Dailly trained dog was having his 50th career starts and he has saluted first 19 times and has won close to $150,000 in stakes. The black dog is being set for the Gr 1 Sky Racing Galaxy with the heats on Saturday April 10.

STAR BOOK (Barcia Bale- Saving Bundles) flew home to claim the leader Withers Monelli near the line and win the opening heat of the Lew Dorsa Memorial. The Jamie Marsh trained bitch has now won 4 of 6 starts from box 8 and has won 20 times overall from 41 career starts. The black bitch won by a neck in 29.85.
Pictured : Star Book

Box Greyhound Trainer
STAR BOOK J. Marsh
CHIMERA MONELLI D. Hobby
FERNANDO STAR C. Halse
RAMBO’S BOY E. Crudeli
SIR MONTY C. Halse
WISE THUNDER M. Hine
STOUT MONELLI D. Hobby
WITHERS MONELLI D. Hobby
Reserves
STARGAZER E. Crudeli
JET A ONE J. Dailly

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20200328 – Cannington Saturday – Lew Dorsa Memorial Heats

FLAKE MONELLI (Fernando Bale- Dyna Sandy) set a new track record over the 600 metres when she found the lead from box 7 shortly after the start. The David Hobby trained star recently flew over the 715 metres in a heat of the Gr 1 Sky Racing Galaxy before running fourth in the final behind Rockstar Patriot. She was never in danger tonight winning by 9 1/2 lengths over Dyna Dean in 34.32 lowering the record of Petunia Monelli 34.49 set in October 2017 a month before Flake Monelli was whelped.

Pictured : Flake Monelli

WITHERS MONELLI (Fernando Bale- Serena Fly High) dominated from the front, after being well supported by punters, and raced away fro a 4 length win over West On Axel in 29.95. The David Hobby trained youngster has now won 3 times from 20 career starts while being minor placed 9 times.

MORE MORE MORE (Barcia Bale- More In Store) led from box 4 for trainer Nat Crook and scored his first win over the 520 metres in a PB 30.04. The black dog has been racing well over the 405 metres giving Crook, who only recently was granted her trainers license, one of her early wins back in the middle of February.

CHEVY’S ENTRY (Unlawful Entry- Sticka Size) worked to the lead leaving the front straight and raced away to record his first win over the 520 metres at Cannington. The Shayne Williams trained dog had shown good form over the 380 metres, recently clocking a 21.74 winning time.