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20210119 – Mandurah Tuesday


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20210114 – Mandurah Thursday

“Campfire Cologne prevails over 302m for Karl Jovanovic”

Campfire Cologne joined the kennel of Uduc based trainer Karl Jovanovic in mid November after running third over 302m on November 12. She followed with one minor placing from her four starts for her new trainer before dropping to Grade 6 company tonight. The daughter of David Bale began cleanly from box seven and took the lead in the shadows of the post before scoring by a head. Race favourite Any Excuse finished second after leading but was overhauled late, while Akakios flew home out wide at 20/1 to be a breath away in third. Campfire Cologne has now started 39 times for 6 wins and 15 minor placings with all victories occurring at the Mandurah circuit.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 6 FIDDLY : Began well before soaring across to lead all the way in 17.17 and will zoom through the grades in no time.

Race 3 Number 5 DOMINO BEACH : Didn’t course as wide as usual and finished close up in third position.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20210112 – Mandurah Tuesday


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20210110 – Mandurah Sunday

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20210108 – Mandurah Friday

“The Shayne Train conquers Mandurah”

The Mandurah Mail Birthday Cup is a time honoured race that was first run in 1979 when Newburn Lad won over the old 530m distance. Some big name winners have been Icy Monaro (1982), Fire Rock (1995), Zalock (2003), Back Tonight (2007 and 2008), Astrophysic (2016) and Miss Bamsy (2018). A terrific field was assembled tonight over 405m for the Group Three $60,000 event sponsored by Mandurah Mail. Fastest qualifiers Canya Cruise and Blackpool Flash shared favouritism after drawing beautifully in boxes one and two respectively. Blackpool Flash won the early speed battle and found the front with Canya Cruise settling on his coat-tails. Turning for home Canya Cruise hooked to the outside and made a late bid but ran out of time. Blackpool Flash held on to win by three quarters of a length in a near record 22.24 for owner Rori Kenyon and trainer Shayne Williams. The former Victorian has now won all six starts at the Mandurah track.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 2 RIPPIN’ MEMPHIS : Flew out of box two and scored easily in a fast 22.49.

Race 4 Number 2 JUST WINS BOSS : Chased home Zack Monelli over 647m and ran out the trip strongly.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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