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20200620 – Cannington Saturday – Paradise Street Trophy Heats

BANJO’S GIRL (Banjo Boy- Beyond Resolve) was impressive in wining the first heat of the Fuller Fitness Paradise Street Trophy with an all the way win in Race record time of 34.67, lowering West On Augie’s run in 2018 of 34.70. The Michael Johnston trained bitch had been placed twice from 3 previous starts over the 600 metres. The black bitch defeated the race favourite Chimera Monelli by 8 lengths.

Pictured: Banjo’s Girl


CINDY’S OLIVER (Fernando Bale- Claretown Cindy) led throughout in his heat of the Paradise Street Trophy going within 0.02 of Flake Monelli’s track record. The Joe Dailly trained dog was having just his third start over the distance and once landing on the arm was able to run some slick sectionals stopping the clock at 34.34 which was 6 lengths ahead of Inversion and Flake Monelli.


EINSTEINIUM (Knocka Norris- Lonesome Jett) led throughout at his first race start at Cannington holding on to win by 3/4 length over Heaps Of Kuna in a slick 21.70. The Terry Erenshaw trained youngster has now won 4 times from just 5 career starts finishing second on the other occasion after finding early trouble.

SO TOUGH (Fernando Bale- Cosmic Aphrodite) recorded his first win in WA for new trainer Shayne Williams with a 2 3/4 length victory over West On Violet in 42.57. The white and brindle dog had won 5 times in Victoria prior to coming West where he had been placed at 3 of his first 4 starts here.

The Final Field for the Paradise Street Trophy.

Not in box draw order.

Banjo’s Girl
Chimera Monelli
Dyna Oscar
Goblin Monelli
Cindy’s Oliver
Flake Monelli

R1   To be advised
R2  To be advised

Crocmedia Nationals Flashback: 1998 Rapid Journey and Paradise Street

Rapid Journey’s amazing comeback and Paradise Street wins the Distance Championship on home soil.

20190629 – Cannington Saturday – Paradise Street Trophy

WEST ON AUGIE (Fernando Bale- Te Amo) scored a brilliant all the way win in the Listed Greyhounds WA Paradise Street Trophy final. After winning the race last year, the red fawn dog joined Hall of Fame chaser Afro Freeway as the only other dog to win the race twice. The Chris Halse trained star was run down on a heavy track in his heat the week before by kennel mate Grace Ali. After finding the front he held off Rockstar Patriot by a neck in 35.17 and took his stake earnings to $425,000.

CAMPINI (KC And All- Fantastic Dotty) returned to the winners list after an injury enforced let up kept him from the track for 2 months. The Paul Stuart flyer worked past kennel mate Cropduster, who led early, to race away to win by 6 lengths in 29.77. The white and black dog has now won 10 times from 20 career starts.

MOTO DOLL (Cosmic Rumble- Flying Sienna) ended a losing sequence of 25 as she raced away for an 8 length win over Banjo’s Girl in 30.17. The Corey White trained bitch has dropped back through the grades and appreciated a trouble free run from box 8 to record her 8th career victory.

20190622 – Cannington Saturday – Paradise Street Trophy Heats

Verne Allen (35.70) takes home box honours in tonight’s draw of the time honoured Paradise Street Trophy, with Premium Share (35.13) and Grace Ali (35.30) getting the better of his time in their respective heats under extremely wet conditions.

Pictured : Verne Allen

Join us next week for what ensures to be a hotly contested final.

Box Greyhound Trainer
DYNA DEAN E. Crudeli

20170708 – Cannington Saturday

ART NOVEAU (Barcia Bale- Zelemar Fever) was able to lead throughout in the final of the Paradise Street Trophy defeating Ashton Monelli, turning the tables from her heat where she finished second behind him. The Chris Halse (pictured)trained bitch has shown her liking to the middle distance 600 metres at Cannington winning 4 times from 6 attempts over the trip. The black bitch has now won 10 times from 23 career starts. Pictured : Art Noveau

WILL KEEPING (Barcia Bale- Beth Keeping) showed speed for his new trainer Jamie Marsh from box 4 and put up a handy break going into the back straight before winning by 3/4 length over Jaycee in 30.46. Marsh took over the training duties from former trainer and owner Terry Erenshaw in mid June and was having just his 3rd start for his new kennel. The win was the blue dogs first since February.

EQUANIMITY (Barcia Bale- She’s Historic) bounced back into the winners circle after leading from box 1. The Gr 1 Perth Cup winner has amassed more than $213,000 in stakes plus close to $40,000 in Westchase bonuses being WA bred. The blue dog won by 2 1/4 lengths over former Victorian chaser who like Equanimity is trained by Enzo Crudeli.

TEDDY MONELLI (Mogambo- Jackie Bale) proved her class above the other WA stayers with a dominant all the victory over the 715 metres. The David Hobby trained black dog recently returned from a stint on the East Coast where he made numerous Gr 1 Finals in distance races against the likes of champion chaser Fanta Bale. Teddy Monelli has now won 20 times from 41 career starts.