Versatile greyhound Bundanoon was clearly the fastest qualifier for this week’s Blue Paws fifth grade final with a slashing 27.26 win in his heat. The Jeffrey Smith trained galloper went straight to the front, and the further they went, the …Read More..
Consistent galloper Nice Product overcame a few difficulties before taking out the Meat E Vite Extra Pro stake at Casino last Friday. Beginning well from box eight, she couldn’t cross the field, and at the winning post the first time …Read More..
Bold front running displays highlighted the two heats of the Beaver Fever Distance Trophy at Casino on Friday. The fastest of the heat winners was Bundanoon, who although a little tardy to begin, soon took up the running. At the …Read More..
Veteran performer Brother Tom showed his younger rivals how it was done when he won the Ranvet stake at Casino last Friday. Originally drawn as a reserve, he gained a start from box two, and at box rise speared straight …Read More..
The small hamlet of Ettrick near Kyogle is home to the last two Charcoal Inn Casino Cups with Within Site taking out this years event. Gazza Shiraz won last years Cup for Ettrick owner and breeder, Terry Jordan. The pundits …Read More..
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A classy field will face the starter in this Friday’s Group Three Charcoal Inn Casino Cup, after the heats were run last week. The fastest qualifier was current track recorder holder over 484 metres, Azure Allegro. She went just outside …Read More..
Pitch Blue Chief goes into this week’s Charcoal Inn Casino Cup heats as one of the best local hopes after another scintillating win in the sprint Free For All last Friday. He made it two wins on the trot when …Read More..
Good money spinner She Rose Hi was rewarded for her consistency when she took out the rich Blue Paws Final at Casino yesterday. It was no place for the faint hearted up front, with no fewer that four greyhounds vying …Read More..
The recent decision by Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) to move feature races into high profile timeslots has reaped immediate benefits for the code, GRNSW Chief Executive Brent Hogan announced today. Wagering data received from Tabcorp shows a significant and immediate …Read More..
Local trainers took home the majority of the “spoils” at last Friday’s Casino program, with three trainers preparing doubles. Janice Mc Lean started proceedings with the win of Farmer’s Image in the opening event. She crossed over from the eight …Read More..
Blazing Bonfire returned to her best form to lead all of the way in the Rapidvite stake at Casino last Friday. She is normally a fast beginner, but hasn’t been the best to begin at her last few starts at …Read More..
The unusually named Rinhals made it two wins in three days when he won the Country Energy stake at Casino last Friday. Spearing out from box six, the Shane Robinson trained sprinter set up a winning break at the winning …Read More..
In a rare occurance, three staying races were contested at last Friday’s meeting, and they were dominated by local trainer Daryl Schaffer who landed two of the winners. Daryl’s breed all seem to handle the staying trip, and it was …Read More..
After a week of constant travelling, former NSW Young Trainer of the Year Neil Falls returned to home base to secure a winning double last Friday. Highly fancied maiden performer Genista Diamond got the show on the road when he …Read More..
The trend of multiple wins for trainers continued on Friday with Shane Robinson landing a winning treble. New arrival to the kennel, Mantic’s Pride opened the account when she led throughout in the Ranvet stake.
Casino Cup winner Gazza Shiraz will have punters raising a glass if he can make it four consecutive wins at Albion Park tomorrow night. After winning the group three heat and then Cup final on the grass at Casino, Gazza …Read More..
Fastest qualifier Gazza Shiraz again proved too strong in taking out the Charcoal Inn Casino Cup Final last Friday. Early pacemaker Kay Size State looked all over a winner at the top turn after running some fast sectionals, but when …Read More..
Australia’s only grass TAB track celebrates its cup meeting today with a cracking Group 3 contest sure to burn up the picturesque Casino circle in the feature event worth $15,000 to the winner.
Gazza Shiraz set the time standard of 27.29 in winning his heat of the Charcoal Inn Casino Cup last Friday. Usually a good beginner, he was a little tardy on box rise, but threaded his way through to grab the …Read More..
Local trainer Julie Gauld has only two greyhounds in work, and both scored emphatic wins at last Friday’s Casino meeting.