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20230809 – Cannington Wednesday – W.A. Championships

BLOOD DIAMANTÉ (Mepunga Blazer-Hayley’s Style) crossed from her wide draw and recorded her Maiden victory defeating Jacey Raider by 5 1/4 lengths in 22.15. The Colleen Pierson trained bitch was placed on debut 4 starts earlier however, had enjoy little luck since then.

SKYE MONELLI (Orson Allen-Leisel Monelli) scored an easy 5 3/4 length Maiden victory defeating Hill Figure after beginning better than her rivals. The Paul Kaltsis trained bitch recently joined his care and has been placed twice from her three previous starts for him.

GOOD AS HELL (Superior Panama- Sub Rosa) caused an upset win in the second of the Maidens I’ve the 520 metres. The Jamie Marsh trained bitch jumped well and then missed the trouble going into the first corner before holding off Cosy Corner by 1 1/2 lengths in 30.60.

CAMINO (Superior Panama-Starlight Yoyo) led throughout from box 3 and defeated Kisses For Kaos by 1 1/4 lengths on debut. The Paul Stuart trained youngster stopped the clock at 30.41.

Pictured : Ballistic Ant

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20220811 – Cannington Thursday – W.A. Championships

TSAR BELL (Out Of Range- Ringading Sister) was sent out a short priced favourite in the final of the WA Distance Championship and didn’t let his supporters down scoring by 2 1/2 lengths over the early leader Soda Saville in 42.16. The Adam Smithson trained dog settled mid field early before unleashing his powerful finish. The blue brindle dog has now won at his past 5 starts and has recorded 5 wins from 8 starts over the 715 metres in the West.

THROTTLE (West On Augie- West On Hazel) will represent WA in the National Sprint final after defeating Panama Pepper by a neck in the WA Sprint Championship in a new race record time of 29.60, lowering the winning time of Premium Share who went on to win the National Sprint final. The Christine Robartson trained dog has won 10 times from 19 career starts and doesn’t turn two years of age until October. Panama Pepper led from box 4 and Throttle was quickly across to second before coming off the leaders heals on the home corner and scoring an exciting win. Christine Robartson has represented WA twice before in the Sprint with Track Shine in 1986 and Wits End in 1995.

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