ANDREA Dailly has a great chance of landing both Group 1 finals next Saturday, after National Derby hope Fernando Bale sizzled around the 520-metre circuit at Wentworth Park, clocking 29.42 in his semi-final. Stepping beautifully from box one on Saturday …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..
Whenever someone is asked, “What do you remember” in relation to an event or series of events in their past, most people will drag out and dust off their recollections. Naturally enough, they believe the information they then impart is …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..
IT is going to be a massive weekend of racing, with tonight featuring the Group Two Warragul Cup and the heats of the Group One National Futurity, while tomorrow the heats of the National Derby will take centre stage at …Read More..
Six terrific heats of the Group One National Futurity will be run at Wentworth Park on Friday night. The three week series, offering $75,000-to-the-winner, has attracted some fine female performers from around the country with the 2015 series shaping up …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..
It was a final containing three current or former track record holders of the 580 yards (530 metres) distance at Wentworth Park, a rarity that had not occurred before in an age classic and is unlikely to happen again, but …Read More..
LONDONDERRY trainer Anthony Azzopardi hopes his talented team of chasers can represent the locals well when they contest Saturday night’s heats of the Group One Paws Of Thunder at Wentworth Park. Azzopardi will have four runners on a night where …Read More..
Thirlmere trainer Mark Gatt has big plans for last Friday night’s Group Two Gosford Gold Cup winner Ritza Hattie before she begins a new career as a mum. Gatt is targeting three major races for his superstar chaser this year. …Read More..
GROUP One National Futurity winner Rue De Kahn is flying under the radar this week, as she prepares to step out in her fifth group race final in the past twelve months. Her Vineyard trainer Dean Swain was elated with …Read More..
Four star studded heats of the Group Two Woy Woy Poultry Gosford Gold Cup will be run and won this Friday night over 515m, with thirty two greyhounds vying for a chance to qualify for next week’s $40,000 to the …Read More..
Let’s face it, we would all love to have a greyhound running in the Group One Melbourne Cup final on Friday night at Sandown. So what does it take to get a finalist into the coveted race? A look behind …Read More..
Victorian syndicate manager Hays Bailey is sitting on cloud nine at present, having notched up his first Group One win on Saturday night with brilliant sprinter Lucy Lobster. Bailey formed a syndicate with his fellow university students and friends, switching …Read More..
The best 32 greyhounds nominated for the 484m distance at Casino on Friday will contest the heats of the Group Three Casino Cup. The first of the four heats kicks off in the Northern Rivers area of NSW at 1:59pm. …Read More..
The nation’s capital hosts the heats of the Group Three Canberra Cup on Sunday afternoon. The race is conducted over the trying 530m journey and is open to the best greyhounds nominated. The eventual winner will pocket $25,000. The first …Read More..
The Group racing calendar for 2014/2015 has been released and as usual, Victoria leads the way for initiative and prizemoney increases. Two feature events in Victoria carry big increases. The Melbourne Cup is now worth $420,000 to the winner. This …Read More..
JUNE 18th High Earner annexed the 2009 Queensland Derby (520 metres, Albion Park), defeating Fedex by three-quarters of a length with Dashing Corsair just a head away third. On the same night as High Earner was winning the Queensland Derby, …Read More..
The coveted Group One Peter Mosman Classic heats will kick off tonight at Wentworth Park, with an enticing $75,000 on offer for winning connections in three weeks time. Six competitive heats will be conducted over the 520m distance, with the …Read More..
Four sensational heats of the $20,000 Richmond Oaks will highlight Saturday night’s Richmond meeting, with last week’s Group Two Ladies Bracelet winner Zipping Willow the standout performer in heat three. Last year’s Oaks winner Calm Model will step out in …Read More..
It was a race inaugurated by the GBOTA, who were then operating out of Harold Park, to compete with the very successful National Futurity, run by rival organisation, the NCA, at Wentworth Park. This year marks the 44th running of …Read More..
Group racing continues at Wentworth Park on Saturday night with four heats of the Group Three Ladies Bracelet taking place over 520 metres at Wentworth Park. The race is open to the best 32 female greyhounds nominated and is worth …Read More..
The 10th annual Bendigo Gold Rush Carnival is in full swing, with the rich Gold Rush Maiden Series at the Semi Final stage, while the heats of the 2014 Group 2 Bendigo Cup have also been drawn. It promises to …Read More..
The heats of the Group One Golden Easter Egg kick-off on Saturday night. The three-week series will see 10 heats conducted on Saturday night followed by four semi-finals next week. Notable absentees from the heats include Black Magic Opal and …Read More..
APRIL 2nd Farrago, who would later go on to become one of the best all-distance greyhounds of his time, won his maiden over 370 yards (338 metres) at Broken Hill in 1949 at the age of 17 months. It was …Read More..
Hunter Valley breeders Brett and Deborah May have unleashed another potential superstar on the racing circuit, with Shoulders ultra-impressive once again at Wentworth Park on Friday night. The son of May’s own breed of Cosmic Rumble and Bit Stressed, recorded …Read More..
In the pantheon of greyhound racing’s superstars there is just one name, almost Bradman-like if one is seeking sporting comparisons, standing practically head and shoulders above the rest. That greyhound is Zoom Top. A cold and calculated look at Zoom …Read More..