Archive for Mandurah

20211015 – Mandurah Friday

“Stanga Moose continues 405m domination”

Tonight’s gutsy 405m FFA victory was Stanga Moose’s ninth successive win over the distance. The son of Shakey Jakey booted up strongly from box three to hold out Einsteinium before clearing out to score by five lengths. Einsteinium soldiered on for a gallant second and a length away third was Energetic. Stanga Moose is owned by Jason Mumme and is prepared out of Nambeelup by Morgan Turner. He has now started 37 times over 405m for an astonishing 19 wins and 12 minor placings. He joins the likes of Black Watch, Kanoala, Car Park Keith, Colloquialism, Buddy Be Cool and Muzz Buzz who have had extended dominant patches on Friday nights in the past.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 8 LANCE SUNRISE : Rocketed to the line to win by six lengths over 302m.

Race 4 Number 6 TRENT MONELLI : Showed more strength at the end of 405m when a close up third, will win a FFA soon.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Weight Variations

20211014 – Mandurah Thursday

“More Options opens WA account with a win”

Ex-NSW chaser More Options started twice in that state early this year for two seconds over 515m at Gosford and 340m at Bulli. Last week she qualified over 302m in a swift 17.27 and on the strength of that time was sent out as a $1.25 fixed odds favourite tonight. She zoomed to the lead after a good jump and over the concluding stages dashed away to score by four lengths in 17.28. The Greg King trained Moment To Ballet ran second and another four lengths away third was the Enzo Crudeli prepared Thunder Extreme. More Options turns two in January and given her tender age looks to have a stack of improvement in her. Twenty minutes later her trainer Terry Erenshaw notched a race to race double with Aston Casino who scored over 405m in an impressive 22.77.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 8 INDY NEVADA : Rocketed out before running a solid second behind a smart type in Aston Casino.

Race 4 Number 6 ANT MAN : Showed great track sense to win over 302m from an awkward draw.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
Weight Variations

20211012 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Bravo Monelli wins maiden final for Hobby”

Consistent youngster Bravo Monelli came with a well timed run to take out tonight’s Zack Monelli At Stud Maiden Final. The son of Mepunga Blazer had been placed in 5 of his 7 career starts before drawing box two in tonight’s final. Magic McGowan jumped an odds on favourite tonight but after a poor jump and a bump at the half way mark was never a winning possibility. The Jammie Marsh trained Kishka set the pace but was unable to hold off Bravo Monelli who reeled her in and won by a neck. Mr. Clutch finished third for Cosi Dagostino narrowly ahead of Stig Monelli.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 4 REBELLION BAY : Powered away for a classy all the way win over 405m.

Race 3 Number 7 LIL MISS OLIVE : Overcame a sluggish start to run a bold second.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Weight Variations
Weight Variations – Trials

20211008 – Mandurah Friday

“Krystal Shinners wins Mandurah Cup with Destruction”

An exceptional field was assembled for tonight’s Group 3 Mandurah Cup over 490m following the heats last Friday night. Track specialist Quartararo boasting 23 wins at the venue drew the red box while brilliant sprinters Destruction (box 4), Serong (box 5), Sunset Piper (box 6) and Jimmy’s Decision (box 8) all jumped from challenging boxes. Destruction made his own luck from box four, zooming across to the fence and setting the pace. He then abandoned his rivals in the middle stages and set up a huge buffer. Quartararo, Serong and Jimmy’s Decision gave pursuit but were unable to reel him in. Destruction recorded an amazing 27.22 and saluted by three lengths over the Paul Stuart trained pair of Quartararo and Serong. Destruction is raced by the Callum Robson managed Scary One Racing Syndicate and is prepared by Jarrahdale trainer Krystal Shinners.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 2 READY FOR MAGIC : Powered home for an eye-catching second for Enzo Crudeli.

Race 4 Number 3 HAZY FLASH : Chased with tenacity and ran a nice third among elite opposition.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20211007 – Mandurah Thursday

“Crackerjack Pack steals victory late for Ben MacLean”

Crackerjack Pack began his career in Victoria where he won five races before heading to Tasmania. He saluted at Hobart over 340m before arriving in the WA kennel of Ben MacLean in May. The son of Aussie Infrared came in to tonight’s event with a losing sequence of 13 including 6 of those at the Mandurah track. As the boxes opened Sudoku Jaguar (box five) exploded out and cut left allowing the dogs boxed on his outside to zoom to the front of the field. Sobbing Monelli (box six) shot to the lead and Crackerjack Pack (box seven) settled on the outside in second position. The pair went stride for stride in the home straight with Crackerjack Pack scoring by half a head. Thunder Boom (box eight) the veteran filled third ahead of the initial leader Sudoku Jaguar.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 4 SELENA MONELLI : Showed terrific early speed to set up a big lead and win in 17.33.

Race 3 Number 4 DIAMOND PETE : Chased with tenacity and flooded home to win in 22.97.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
Weight Variations