“Jaro Bale wins for the 26th time”
Super evergreen sprinter Jaro Bale chalked up his twenty sixth career victory at Mandurah tonight when he powered home to win over 405m in a new PB of 22.81. The victory took his earnings over $167,000 from 113 starts including being a finalist in the 2019 Melbourne Cup that was won by Whiskey Riot. He is a son of Dyna Villa who has won against elite opposition and back in September of 2019 recorded a sizzling 30.11 over 535m at Richmond (NSW). Tonight he settled on the coat-tails of his full brother Leon Bale before charging to victory and winning by just over a length. The former Perth Cup finalist Banjo’s Girl ran second ahead of the fast finishing Inversion. Trainer Enzo Crudeli does a terrific job with all of his greyhounds and his success with veteran chasers and keeping them sound and racing is unrivalled.
HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :
Race 2 Number 7 PEANUT MONELLI : Fired out quickly to lead and win in 22.92.
Race 4 Number 5 INVERSION : Began well for his standards and was only beaten 2.25 lengths in good time.
Ryan Levitzke (commentator)