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20200922 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Our Adventure leads all the way”

Noted speedster Our Adventure made every post a winner to take out tonight’s Mandurah Stockfeeds Grade 5 over 405m. The son of Barcia Bale resumed for his new trainer Greg Horne and after flying from the boxes led all the way in a smart 22.79. The John Iwanyk prepared Pyjamas finished powerfully to be beaten by a head and four lengths away third was Hello I’m Dom. Our Adventure had been struggling for form, finishing out of the placings at his previous six outings in the lead up to this evening. The victory took his career record to an impressive 11 wins from 45 starts.


Trial 2 Number 1 WESTDALE NIKITA : Scored impressively over 405m and clocked a fast 22.87.

Trial 3 Number 3 WEST ON BRAE : Showed terrific mid race muster and saluted over 490m in a solid time of 27.71.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200915 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Shantaram creates big impression first up”

First starter Shantaram could not have been more impressive tonight, leading throughout over 490m in a lightning fast 27.38. From box six he flew from the boxes and crossed the inside division easily before carving out one of the quickest runs of the year. The regally bred Desire Monelli chased him home and was beaten six lengths and another four lengths away third was Western Run. Shantaram is raced by the Mark Adams managed Crisis Creek Syndicate and was named after the 2003 novel written by Gregory Roberts. He is trained by Nambeelup based trainer Adam Smithson and looks set for a very bright future.


Trial 2 Number 1 PHANTOM MONELLI : Scored impressively and clocked a smart 22.86 for David Hobby.

Race 1 Number 1 STARLIGHT GUESS : Improved sharply to win in 22.59 after being placed in just 1 of her first 7 starts.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200908 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Sea Bass cruises home for overdue victory”

Nambeelup based chaser Sea Bass broke his maiden status tonight for trainer Darren Rowe, overcoming box five to win the Mandurah Stockfeeds Maiden Final over 405m. The son of Hostile began only fairly and settled fifth at the first turn before surging home to win in a smart 22.85. He had only managed five minor placings from his first nineteen career starts and was sent out at odds of $11.00 with the WA TAB. Stanga Bull was beaten by a neck in second and another half length away third was the initial leader Just Send It. Sea Bass’s mother Olivia Benson won fourteen races for Rowe and earned over $68,000 in stake earnings. Sea Bass was named after the character in the movie Dumb And Dumber who Lloyd Christmas threw salt at in the diner.


Trial 2 Number 5 STRAW BEAR : Qualified in handsome fashion running 22.85 for Chris Halse.

Trial 3 Number 1 BAMSY’S BOY : Showed good box manners and great acceleration to lead all the way in 23.12 for Jackie Wilson.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

20200901 – Mandurah Tuesday

“Terry Erenshaw trains a Trifecta at Mandurah”

Canning Vale based trainer Terry Erenshaw ‘saddled up’ three runners in tonight’s Maiolo Constructions Grade 5 over 405m.

The trio all began well and settled in prominent positions while race favourite Centaur Monelli was squeezed out of contention at the first turn.

Noted speedster Tin found the lead and dashed away at half way with kennel-mates Wasabi Bob and Zipping Hilton giving pursuit.

Tin folded up in the home straight allowing Wasabi Bob to zoom to victory in a smart time of 22.85.

Zipping Hilton powered home for second with Tin holding third position.

It was Wasabi Bob’s 7th win from 55 starts to go with his 15 minor placings.


Race 1 Number 7 YUNDERUP SHEILA : Missed the kick but weaved through the field to win strongly.

Race 2 Number 6 GALAZIO : Showed slick box manners from the green alley to cross and lead throughout in 23.24.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)

Please see below the finalists for the Maiden Series Final next Tuesday at Mandurah

Not in Box Draw order:



20200825 – Mandurah Tuesday

“More Diamonds breaks through for Andrew McLaren”

Fast beginner More Diamonds capitalised on box one to win tonight’s Sign Strategy Maiden over 405m.

The daughter of Barcia Bale stormed to an early lead before clocking a smart 22.88 and scoring by three lengths.

First starter Sobbing Monelli ran on nicely for second ahead of Just Send It who made up plenty of ground in the middle stages before finishing third.

More Diamonds had only managed 3 minor placings before tonight’s victory from 9 career outings.

She is out of top race bitch More In Store who won 14 races on the east coast with 8 of those victories occurring over 720m at Wentworth Park.

More Diamonds is a full sister to handy sprinters More More More, More Please, Mumma Knows Best and Nat’s The Boss.


Race 3 Number 6 GWENOG JONES : Chased home the highly talented Argon in a fast time.

Race 5 Number 2 MONSTER MASH : Showed terrific mid race muster to win in 27.88.

Ryan Levitzke (commentator)