Miss Eva Mai’s Waterloo Cup

Written By Monday 29th September 2008  

With absolutely stunning performances throughout both days, Miss Eva Mai stamped herself as the greyhound to beat in the 2008 Adelaide Furniture & Electrical Waterloo Cup.

It is fitting that the best bitches coursing in the 2008 season fought out the final of the Cup with Miss Eva Mai defeating Howzat Colmar by 8 lengths in a brilliant 14.68.

The owners, Gail and Don Turner were thrilled with her efforts and it was only through the urging of Vaun Gray that Don finally nominated Miss Eva Mai for the Cup.

Those patrons who witnessed her courses were full of praise for the big striding red fawn bitch.

The weather turned it on for Saturday with temperatures in the low 30’s and hot blustery northerly winds but Sunday was a lot cooler but still windy.

The Adelaide Plains Veterinary Services 2008 Derby saw the Cahalan brothers fight it out with Terry’s Aston Bond defeating Laurie’s Manhattan Angel.

The Two Wells Hardware & More 2008 Oaks saw the return of Flame McBain to the winner’s circle when she defeated Rotkara Milly.

The Club would like to take this opportunity of thanking all owners and trainers for nominating their greyhounds throughout the 2008 season, the wonderful sponsorships that have been provided and all our hardworking volunteers – who make everything “tick over” – Thank You!

Race 1 : ADELAIDE FURNITURE & ELECTRICAL 2008 WATERLOO CUP
Don Turner’s MISS EVA MAI (RF B, Apr ’06; Carnage/Miss Aimee Lee) defeated Justin Penn’s HOWZAT COLMAR (BK B, Mar ’06; Solve The Puzzle/Hopper Lee) by 8 lengths in 14.68. Winner trained by Don Turner.

Race 2 : TWO WELLS HARDWARE & MORE 2008 SA OAKS
Raye Kelly’s FLAME MCBAIN (BK B, Jul 06; Collide/Fair Dancer) defeated Jake Stockton’s ROTKARA MILLY (BK B, Jul ’06; Bond/Leannan’s Way) by 4.5 lengths in 15.20. Winner trained by Raye Kelly.

Race 3 : ADELAIDE PLAINS VETERINARY SERVICES 2008 SA DERBY
Ray Borda’s ASTON BOND (RF D, Jan ’07; Bond/Miss Spicy) defeated Ben Murphy’s MANHATTAN ANGEL (WBD D, Jan ’07; Kiowa Sweet Trey/Cabernet Angel) by 6 lengths in 14.70. Winner trained by Terry Cahalan.

Race 4 : LUCKY PRISTINE @ STUD WATERLOO CUP CONSOLATION
Candy Launer’s MILDE (WF B, Feb ’05; Carlisle Jack/Bigbad Kelly) ran a bye when Steve Feijen’s INHALOR (FC, Feb ’06; Where’s Pedro/Arbour Tess) with withdrawn through injury. Winner trained by Jim Seaton.

Race 5 : GOTBA JUVENILE/MAIDEN STAKE
Ray Modra’s TIKA TIKE (WBK B, Jan ’07; Regional Image/Andi Rose) defeated Gavin Harris’ RANSOM STODDARD (WBK D, Nov ’06; Big Daddy Cool/Miss Amarillo) by 1 length in 15.84. Winner trained by Angela Modra.

Race 6 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE
Leanne Fagan’s STRATA BALE (F B, Feb ’06; kiowa Sweet Trey/Winfrey Bale) defeated Vera Louca’s ZED FAST (BD B, Jun ’05; Surf Lorian/Fast Larikan) in 15.14. Winner trained by Leanne Fagan.

Race 7 : GOTBA MAIDEN STAKE
Kevin Riordon’s MAC’S A ROBBER (BK D, Feb ’06; November Fury/Paint a Picture) defeated Leanne Fagan’s LONE COUNTRY (WBK D, Apr ’06; Royal Assassin/Ariek) by 2.5 lengths in 15.57. Winner trained by Adam Martin.

Race 8 : EMERLEY PRISTINE @ STUD WATERLOO CUP PURSE
Lauren Harris’ BRUTE STATE (FW D, Jan ’04; Elite State/Acacia Champagne) defeated Peter Hurley’s EMERLEY DREAMER (BK B, May ’06; Over Flo/Go Colbs) by .5 length in 15.50. Winner trained by Cathy Harris.

Race 9 : GOTBA 2008 OAKS CONSOLATION
Jake Stockton’s ROTKARA SPARKY (LTBD B, Jul ’06; Bond/Leannan’s Way) defeated Raye Kelly’s TRUMPS (BK B, Jul ’06; Collide/Fair Dancer) by 4 lengths in 15.33. Winner trained by Michael Giniotis.

Race 10 : GOTBA 2008 DERBY CONSOLATION
Tim Ieraci’s MAN OF PASSION (WBK D, May ‘07’ Lion Hearted/Bajroad Miss) defeated Peter Hurley’s EMERLEY SNOW (WBE D, Mar ’07; Hotline Hero/Wee Vintage) by 1.25 lengths in 15.70. Winner trained by Tim Ieraci.

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