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20210921 – Mandurah Tuesday

“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)

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20210914 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Missy causes boilover at 33/1 for Graham Ellis and Murray Ion”

Rank outsider Missy came with a well timed run to take out tonight’s Sign Strategy Maiden over 405m. The daughter of SH Avatar had been placed in 4 of her first 9 starts but from box eight was sent out as the roughest runner in the field. David Hobby trained speedsters Chiquita Monelli and Emma Monelli were contested the lead with Missy settling fourth out wide at the first turn. She unleashed a strong finish to snatch victory on the line in 23.24. Her winning margin was a neck over Chiquita Monelli and half a length away third was Emma Monelli. Missy is trained by Southern River trainer Graham Ellis who in the past has prepared handy performers Ruby’s Chapta, Esaba Sage, Asa Torpedo, Sweet Charlee and Names Magic.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 1 Number 8 ENTRY LEVEL : Won comfortably over 490m in 27.88 and dashed away late to win by three lengths.

Race 3 Number 3 HORTON MONELLI : Broke maiden status after a freshen up and clocked a fast 22.72.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

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20210907 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Love and Danger delivers for the Mango Farmer”

Canning Vale trainer Eric Campana now juggles mango farming along with preparing his team of greyhounds and began tonight with a bang, winning with first starter Love And Danger. The two year old son of Orson Allen has qualified in a fast 22.68 and was well supported despite drawing box five. He began only fairly and after overcoming traffic at the first turn soared to a comfortable three length victory. Canya Angel showed early pace before finishing second for Steve Withers and General Cattana was third for Lewis Clay. Love And Danger is out of Starlight Acacia who has produced handy chasers Em Morney, Dark Beyond, Wise Up, Sunset Stella, Leviatham and King Mongo.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 2 Number 6 TARZALI : Powered to the line to finish third and paid over $10 for a place.

Race 4 Number 6 ORSON ASSASSIN : Began well and sprinted away to win nicely at his Mandurah debut in 22.80.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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20210831 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Matsuyama leads throughout for Lewis Clay”

The opening event tonight was taken out by promising speedster Matsuyama. Trained by Lewis Clay the son of KC And All was named after superstar Japanese golfer Hideki Matsuyama and has now won 2 of his 8 career starts. He flew out of box three before mustering clear of his rivals and clocking a slick 6.55 to the first turn. Free And Easy and Stingray Gundi gave pursuit but Matsuyama had enough in hand and scored in a smart 22.74. Later in night Clay notched another maiden win when Zulu Gladiator saluted over 405m in 22.93.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 8 NINO TONIC : Showed strength late when a gallant second over 405m.

Race 4 Number 3 SIMPLE DIMPLE : Improved at long odds to finish close up in fourth.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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20210824 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Banner Lomar finishes strongly to break through for Jeffries”

Consistent maiden Banner Lomar came with a well timed run to claim tonight’s Sign Strategy Maiden over 405m. After a poor start he drifted well back before zooming through on the inside in the front straight to win narrowly by half a head. Bravo Monelli was pipped on the post for David Hobby and half a length away third was kennel-mate Peanut Monelli. Banner Lomar was placed in 5 of his first 10 starts before breaking through this evening for James Jeffries in a handy time of 23.16.

HOUNDS TO FOLLOW :

Race 3 Number 7 CITIZEN CYRIL : Showed wonderful mid race muster to set up a smart win in 22.92.

Race 4 Number 4 ONE CHANCE : Showed terrific early speed to work to the front before winning in 27.69.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)
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