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20201210 – Mandurah Thursday

“Domino Beach relishes box eight”

Wide tracker Domino Beach made full use of box eight to win tonight’s Sign Strategy Country Novice over 302m for Brad Cook. The former Queenslander arrived in WA with a maiden win over 288m at Ipswich when she led throughout from box two. Since racing in WA she has been a very wide runner and has looked more comfortable at Mandurah than Cannington. She won over 302m in late October and clocked a smart 17.40 when a narrow winner over He’s A Hotshot. Tonight she began cleanly from the wide draw, maintained a wide path and sprinted brilliantly in the front straight to score by two lengths in 17.38. Trainer Brad Cook prepared all three placegetters with odds on favourite Holly Keeping the runner up and Izzy Keeping back in third. Domino Beach has now won 3 of 23 and will always be worth considering when drawn wide at the Mandurah circuit.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 2 JANICK : Was heavily backed into $1.36 fixed odds and mustered nicely to score in 17.46.

Race 6 Number 6 MAYBE A GUNN : Ran on gallantly to upset the favourite in a solid time.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20201203 – Mandurah Thursday


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20201126 – Mandurah Thursday

“Light Switch turns it on for Glen Price”

Nicely bred youngster Light Switch overcame box six in tonight’s Free Entry TABtouch Park Maiden to win her first race in the handy time of 17.53. The daughter of Peter Rocket flew to an early lead before scoring by three lengths over Reed Time and Rage On Luka. She finished second at her first two career starts before losing form at her three subsequent runs when squeezed out early and unplaced. Light Switch is owned by the Rod Price managed Prime Racing Syndicate and is prepared by the Nambeelup based Glen Price. He ‘saddles up’ the highly promising No Tax in next Tuesday’s Peel Plate Final over 405m.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 4 CYCLONE RUBY LEE : Showed mid race power along the rail to take the lead and win in 23.19.

Race 5 Number 1 RECALL EXPRESS : Broke through for an overdue win over 490m in 28.03.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20201119 – Mandurah Thursday

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“Shinboner Spirit chalks up his 21st victory”

Speedy veteran Shinboner Spirit relished the drop to Grade 5 company tonight when he speared out of box six and led throughout over 302m. The son of Sure As clocked a smart 17.39 and held off a spirited finish from race favourite Sudoku Jaguar. Shinboner Spirit saluted by a length for Banjup based trainer Graeme Hall who bred the greyhound and has now won 21 races with him. He turned four years old last month and given tonight’s time looks to have a lot of racing still ahead of him.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 3 BAMSY’S BOY : Bounced back to winning form over 302m and sizzled around in 17.09.

Race 6 Number 1 NITRO MINI : Showed early muster and finished strongly to run a bold third and juicy odds.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20201112 – Mandurah Thursday


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“Overbite snaps a losing sequence of 18 for Greg Horne”

Highly talented sprinter Overbite cashed in on box one in tonight’s Essential Aircor Services Mixed 4/5 over 405m. The daughter of My Bro Fabio is trained out of Nambeelup by Greg Horne and after a moderate jump stormed home to beat Limburg Nemesis and Zipping Fergus. She posted a handy time of 22.91 given she had to change directions a few times in transit and the way she finished suggests she is ready for a rise in distance. She has the awesome best times of 27.40 (Mandurah 490m) and 29.98 (Cannington 520m) to her credit.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 3 ACE BURNER : Came from a long way back to win in powerful fashion.

Race 6 Number 7 FOR THE HORDE : Finished on the heels of the placegetters against very handy opposition.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)