IT WAS a case of de ja vu at Wentworth Park on Friday night, as last Sunday’s fastest Group 3 Magic Maiden heat qualifier, Kihael Kaluna, clocked a sizzling 29.75 in taking out his semi-final of the $25,000-to-the-winner feature, one …Read More..
SPACE Star will be aiming to bounce back to his brilliant best on Saturday night when he contests the third and final heat of the $75,000-to-the-winner Group 1 Association Cup (720-metres) at Wentworth Park. Trained by Robert Britton, the son …Read More..
TALENTED sprinter Star Torana has a golden opportunity this Friday night at Wentworth Park after coming up with the inside alley in a semi-final of the Group 3 New Sensation series. Exiting from box one in her heat last week, …Read More..
LIDSDALE trainer Kim Hyde returned to the winner’s circle at Wentworth Park in style on Sunday night when exciting youngster Kihael Kaluna made his successful racetrack debut in a heat of the Group 3 Magic Maiden series. Exiting from box …Read More..
ZIPPING Willow has been officially retired after finishing seventh in a heat of the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. Trained by Jason Mackay, the daughter of Goodesy and Sirocco Lass was having her first …Read More..
JUST one one hundredth of a second separated the top three victors in Saturday night’s Group 1 Golden Easter Egg heats as the best sprinters from around Australia converged on Wentworth Park for a shot at glory. Holding joint …Read More..
CHRISTINE Proctor’s Lord Gee set an impressive standard in Friday night’s Group 3 New Sensation heats at Wentworth Park, clocking an smart time of 29.88 over 520m. Exiting from box three, the son of El Grand Senor and Oh Em …Read More..
YOU could be mistaken for thinking Hoppy Rogan had won a Group race the way her fans were screaming at Maitland on Wednesday afternoon. The pint-sized speedster showed plenty of tenacity when winning the third event on the card, a …Read More..
THE best chasers from the top kennels around the nation will descend on Wentworth Park on Saturday night for the heats of the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg, but one local trainer will be chasing her dreams of glory with …Read More..
THIS Saturday night, Wentworth Park will host 10 heats of the 2015 Group 1 Golden Easter Egg. The top three from each heat plus the two fastest fourths will progress through to next week’s semi-finals before the $250,000 to-the-winner decider …Read More..
THE Group 3 Magic Maiden series always manages to produce some highly-talented pups and this year is no different as we look forward to 11 exciting heats this Sunday at Wentworth Park. The final will be held on April 4 – …Read More..
VICTORIAN chaser Quasi Bale was simply brilliant in the final of the Group 2 Richmond Derby on Friday night, with trainer Mark Delbridge and owner Paul Wheeler now $40,000 richer. The son of Bekim Bale and Amanda Bale finished second …Read More..
PROMISING youngster No Donuts will contest his first Group race at just his seventh career start when he lines up in Friday nights Group 2 Richmond Derby final for Londonderry trainer Johannes Vanderburg and owner Brad Canty. The son of …Read More..
RICHMOND will host the next leg of the Thank Dog It’s Friday series tomorrow, with the final of the Group 2 Richmond Derby to be run and won over 535 metres. First introduced in 1974 for male dogs only, this …Read More..
INTERIM CEO of Greyhound Racing New South Wales (GRNSW) Paul Newson held a forum for greyhound racing participants at Cessnock Showground on Sunday. The meeting provided an update on GRNSW’s response to animal welfare and integrity concerns following on …Read More..
CRANEBROOK trainer Melinda Finn had a memorable evening at Richmond on Friday night, saluting in two of the four Group 2 Richmond Derby heats conducted over 535m. Finn and her team returned to the Richmond circuit after a trip to …Read More..
LEADING breeder and owner Greg Board is shocked at the decision by Greyhound Racing New South Wales (GRNSW) to suspend two of his promising pups in the wake of the controversial live-baiting scandal. Board, who is the owner of …Read More..
DESPITE NSW Racing Minister Troy Grant announcing the board and CEO of Greyhound Racing NSW had stood down overnight, Greens NSW MP and racing spokesperson John Kaye has called for an immediate suspension of all greyhound racing. Kaye welcomed Grant’s …Read More..
The Richmond Cannonball is a race yearned by all trainers with short-course sprinters, as the final carries an enticing winner’s purse of $5,000. Four heats were conducted on Saturday night over the 400m journey, with I’m Pedro securing time honours …Read More..
THE Jason Mackay-trained Zipping Midge scored an ultra-impressive victory in Saturday night’s Group 1 National Futurity final, saluting at double-figure odds for her Hunter Valley mentor. Beginning swiftly from box six, the daughter of Fabregas and Zipping Jewel crossed to …Read More..
THE 2015 Group 1 National Futurity will feature eight sensational females in a sub-30-second battle for the $75,000 winner’s cheque on Saturday night. Last year’s race went to long shot Rue De Kahn for Dean Swain, who will be looking …Read More..
AFTER a gruelling three-week series, Wentworth Park will host an epic conclusion to the Group One National Derby final tomorrow night. Last month 48 greyhounds stepped onto the metropolitan circuit, hoping to book a place in this week’s $75,000 to …Read More..
JEFF Britton is hoping for a night to remember on Saturday with runners in two Group 1 races on opposite sides of the country. The Victorian conditioner has Star Recall in box one in the Perth Cup final at Cannington, …Read More..
FREAKISH New South Wales sprinter Bad Boy Sniper turned heads, after a sizzling 29.43 performance last Saturday in taking out a semi-final of the Group One National Derby. Exiting from box four, the son of Dyna Tron and Isseymiyake was …Read More..
ANDREA Dailly’s star bitches Kerrigan Bale and Spring Leaf were at their brilliant best at Wentworth Park on Saturday night in winning their semi-finals of the Group 1 National Futurity. The first semi was all about Kerrigan Bale with …Read More..
VINEYARD trainer Dean Swain went into the 2014 Group 1 Futurity series with an underdog and came out victorious when Rue De Kahn scored a thrilling victory, giving the father of three his first win at the highest level. …Read More..
ASTUTE Sydney trainer Anthony Azzopardi will head to Wentworth Park tomorrow night with Topper Road, his sole representative in the Group One National Derby semi-finals. After returning to the metropolitan circuit for the first time this year in last Saturday …Read More..
TALENTED Victorian Kerrigan Bale was the fastest qualifier from Friday night’s Group 1 National Futurity heats at Wentworth Park, clocking a hot 29.81 over 520 metres. Her trainer, Andrea Dailly, also had the second-fastest qualifier in Spring Leaf (29.91), while …Read More..
CHRIS Nutt is hopeful his highly promising Jingjing can handle the leap in class when she contests Friday’s heats of the Group One National Futurity at Wentworth Park. The pint-sized rocket has had just six starts for five wins and …Read More..
LEVIATHAN owner-breeder Paul Wheeler believes we still may not have seen the best of his superstar sprinter Dyna Villa after the black chaser’s dominant victory in the Group One Paws of Thunder at Wentworth Park. The win took the reigning …Read More..