Lenehan’s Golden Boy Excels In Bob Payne

When legendary Victorian breeder John Lenehan purchased his first greyhound in 1978 he could have never imagined that he would still be reaping the rewards nearly four decades later.

Lenehan purchased a pup, which would grow up to race under the name Sydney Gem, for $800. Sydney Gem went on to have a handy racetrack career but in the breeding barn she was phenomenal. The daughter of Lively Band and Monalee Again established a fantastic breeding line that has unearthed many champions of the racetrack and still exists to this day.

Fast forward to Saturday the 28th September 2013 where another descendant of the prolific producer, Gold Town, stamped himself as one of the most consistent chasers in Australia at present, with a dominant victory in the Group 2 Bob Payne Spring Sprint at Wentworth Park.

Some may call it luck how Lenehan started off in the game, others may call it fate. Either way it is a remarkable story.

“I’ve always loved greyhounds. My dad had them when we were children but there were 14 of us in my family and he couldn’t afford to race them. It was like a dollar to race them and two dollars if you won so you couldn’t make much money. He reared them up but never raced them much”, Lenehan explained.

“I always wanted to get into greyhound racing. I bought a farm and I had eight children so I never had much money myself. I put on a $2 quadrella one day at the horses and I won $1000 so I decided to buy a greyhound with it and it turned out to be the best thing I ever did”.

“We’ve had some great dogs over the years. We had Sydney Dingaan that won the Melbourne Cup and a stack of races. She was the first dog inducted into the hall of fame at Warrnambool. Bomber Gleeson won the Shepparton Cup, Warrnambool Cup and the Hobart Thousand and was 3rd in two Australian Cups and 3rd in the Golden Easter Egg in Sydney. We also bred Black Pirate, Wild Pirate, Sheedy and Nashemraro”.

“Sydney Gem was inducted into the hall of fame in Melbourne earlier this year for being an outstanding broodbitch. All of our dogs are still bred down from that one bitch- the first dog I brought 38 years ago”.

Lenehan has predominately bred and reared his greyhounds throughout his involvement within the sport, with his greyhounds being trained by some of the nation’s best.  Gold Town is trained by successful Lara conditioner Peter Hunt.

The son of Surf Lorian and Golden Gwen went into the $40,000 to the winner feature on Saturday night well in the market. However, he had to contend with a poor draw in box five.

After a moderate beginning, Gold Town managed to miss the early interference that put the race favourite, Zipping Willow, out of play. The striking black dog parked himself prominently in third position in the run down the back before looming up beside Good Odds John around the side and assuming the lead as the field entered the straight. Gold Town then put the paw to the floor, dashing ahead of his competitors, holding out the fast finishing Xylia Allen by one length in a blistering 29.59s

Lenehan was thrilled with the performance of his classy campaigner

“I thought he would need a lot of luck but it was just his own track sense that got him there. I thought he would have to be out quick, I thought the six (Cracker Jack Lil) would be a lot quicker than him, so it was a great win”.

“It was not until he got to third I thought ‘well he is coming home hard, he’s got a good chance’. But I didn’t really expect him to win”.

Gold Town has now won 19 races with 22 minor placings from 61 race starts. The 32 kilogram chaser has raced competitively at the elite level for quite some time now, with Lenehan believing that he is starting to mature as a race dog in his recent runs.

“He ran 3rd in the Silver Chief in Melbourne earlier in the year where he was slow out of the boxes and got checked. He just missed out on second and he also ran second in the Traralgon Cup

“I was talking to Graeme Bate, it’s his stepson Peter Hunt that trains him, and I reckon he has improved out of sight in his last couple of runs and in the field”.

“Graeme said all along that he’d be a champion if he could only box well. Most times he misses the start and even now he doesn’t get out quick. He is just using his track sense now, he knows where to go”.

“He just seems to have found his way. He will go through fields and not run into other dogs now”.

In the lead up to a busy time of year for Group racing in Victoria, Gold Town has now affirmed himself as a genuine contender for some of the big feature races which are fast approaching. Lenehan is hoping that his powerhouse sprinter will do enough to earn an invitation for the Group 1 Topgun, but is happy to leave the decisions with Hunt.

“We are hoping to get into the Topgun but that’s a select field and only eight go into it. It’s worth $150,000 at The Meadows but I’ll just leave it to the trainer”.

“Graeme said that he (Hunt) has got a great setup and that he does a great job, it’s spotless and clean. Peter knows exactly what to do with them, he trains really well”.

The Night The Boxes Failed

The National Sprint Championship series has undergone a number of changes to its format and structure since the first event was conducted in 1965. With greyhound racing extant in only New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania, the early championships were basically match ups between the best sprinters from Victoria and New South Wales, with any challengers from Queensland or Tasmania generally well and truly outclassed. This state of affairs continued until the mid-1970s.

Both Victoria and New South Wales would conduct a series of eliminators and the highest point scorers would then meet in semi-finals in the state where the final was to be held. Again, the top point scorers would progress to the final. Greyhounds from Queensland and Tasmania also qualified to represent their state but rarely made it through the semis and into the final.

The 1971 final, held at Wentworth Park over 580 yards (530 metres) turned out to be one of the most exciting races conducted on the track, but the event was marred by a false start and the breakdown of Australia’s best sprinter.

In New South Wales, the 1971 series kicked off on 19 August with four so-called quarter-finals run at Wentworth Park. Champion sprinter Shapely Escort stormed home to defeat Tivoli Bush by a head in the first run-off with Futurity winner Top Saba third. The brindle bitch ran a fast 31.2 (in those days it was tenth timing; timing to the nearest hundredth was still two years away).

Kiwi Capers downed the ultra-consistent Milo’s Charm and King Miller in 31.4 in the second stanza while 1970 NSW Greyhound of the Year Tara Flash defeated Gemini Todd, also recording 31.4, in her run-off.

Scotch Earl downed Top Em All and Teresa Alvina in a fair 31.5 in the fourth quarterfinal.

The second series of NSW quarter-finals were held just four days later, over 500 yards (457 metres) at Harold Park. Shapely Escort blitzed Kiwi Capers and Gemini Todd by six lengths in a fast 26.4 while Tara Flash scored in 26.8.

Milo’s Charm won his stanza in a slow 27.0 and King Miller beat Top Saba by half a length in 26.7.

Both Shapely Escort and Tara Flash went into the semi-finals of the championship on 28 August at Wentworth Park as the equal top point scorers for New South Wales. The other NSW contenders were King Miller, Top Saba, Milo’s Charm and Kiwi Capers.

From Victoria came Silver Chief placegetters Royarco and Kumiss, the fast-finishing Cabernet, wide-running top-grader Which Opal and Miss Stuart and Princess Jilka. Hot Dice and Michelle’s Rocket represented Queensland while the Tasmanian representatives were Midnight Cowboy and Apt Act.

The first semi-final saw Shapely Escort give King Miller a start and a beating, defeating him by one length in a sizzling 31.0. Royarco was six lengths away third, three lengths in advance of Tara Flash and Princess Jilka.

The second semi-final fell to Milo’s Charm who defeated the Victorian Kumiss by three lengths in 31.4. Top Saba ran third, narrowly in advance of Which Opal.

The third and fourth semi-finals were held at Harold Park on 4 September and New South Wales made a clean sweep of the series when Shapely Escort flew home to down Kumiss by a half head with Milo’s Charm a head away third in 26.6 and King Miller scored by a head from Kiwi Capers with Tara Flash third in 26.9.

The final of the National Sprint Championship brought together a terrific field of five locals and three Victorians, with King Miller well served by the box draw, coming up with the coveted cherry. Super sprinter Shapely Escort, unbeaten throughout the series, fared poorly, drawn in box six. Wide running Which Opal was well boxed out in eight while Milo’s Charm was also well served, exiting box two.

Despite her poor alley, Shapely Escort was a strong 7/4 ($2.75) favourite ahead of Milo’s Charm at 7/2 ($4.50) and King Miller and Which Opal at 11/2 ($6.50). Princess Jilka was the rank outsider at 100/1 ($101.00).

A crowd estimated at around 13,000-plus flocked to Wentworth Park with the National Sprint Championship scheduled as race four.

The field were locked away and the bunny sped to the boxes. Then, the unthinkable happened. The lure sped past the boxes, the greyhounds lunged, but the lids failed to lift. Of all the times and in all the races, the lids had to fail in one of the biggest races on the Australian racing calendar. The crowd was shocked into a momentary silence.

The greyhounds were removed from the boxes and taken 30 to 40 metres down the track. The starter then tested the boxes and the equipment worked perfectly. Stewards asked the starter to repeat the process a few more times, just to make certain. The boxes continued to function as they should.

After a delay of just six minutes, the greyhounds were back in the boxes and the lure was once more on its way.

This time the start was perfect. King Miller, making full use of box one, jumped straight to the lead. At the first turn King Miller was a clear leader but most eyes were searching for Shapely Escort. She was well positioned in fourth place but within a few strides it was clear she wasn’t herself. Coming out of the turn Shapely Escort was losing ground rather than gaining and was a spent force.

At the half-way point King Miller led Which Opal by three lengths with Top Saba a length further back. Behind her were Milo’s Charm, Kumiss and Tara Flash.

Straightening for the run to the judge, King Miller in the centre led Milo’s Charm, over on the rails, by a length with Top Saba, Which Opal and Kumiss all within striking distance.

In the run home King Miller kept giving just that little bit extra and held on to defeat Milo’s Charm by a neck with Top Saba a head away third. A length away in fourth place was Which Opal, a head clear of Kumiss with Tara Flash just two lengths away from the winner in sixth position. Shapely Escort was a well-beaten seventh with Princess Jilka a long last.

After the race, Shapely Escort was found to have been injured in her rear legs, almost certainly as a result of lunging at the false start. She was off the racing scene for two months.

King Miller ran the trip in a fast 31.1 and for the Ray Balk owned and trained white dog it was his 10th win in 36 race starts. His first prize of $6,500 took his overall earnings to $12,382. Of the finalists, Shapely Escort had earned $27,250 before the race from her 37 starts. Next best was Tara Flash with $17,000 in 61 starts and Top Saba with $10,627 from 50 races.

King Miller continued to race consistently if not spectacularly after the Championship. He failed to make the 1971 Melbourne Cup final after being beaten a half head in his heat by the-then little known Lizrene, later to become one of the greatest stayers ever seen in Australia.

To the best of my knowledge, no other major Australian racing final has ever suffered from the same box malfunction.

Meticulous Lodge Mourn Their Most Prized Portrait

Heartache surged through Meticulous Lodge this week with the tragic passing of their group winning race bitch and prolific producer Dance Portrait. The stunning black bitch has left her mark on the breeding industry as the dam of multiple group one winner Meticulous amongst a collection of quality chasers.

Dance Portrait was bred by Karen Leek and was born on the 2nd April 2001. The daughter of Bobniak and Lovely Portrait was one in a litter of six that included Disasterous, Golden Portrait, Miss Amberbee, Miss Bindilee and Samson. Dance Portrait or Mischief as she was affectionately known was purchased by respected owner, trainer and breeder Paul Westerveld and was trained throughout her racing career by leading Western Australian mentor Linda Britton.

“I brought her as a pup with a friend and she showed potential. We sent her over to be trained by Linda Britton and Linda did an unbelievable job with her”, Westerveld said

Dance Portrait was an exceptional bitch on the racetrack facing the starter on twenty seven occasions from which she managed to triumph on thirteen occasions with three seconds and two thirds and $82,585 in prizemoney. Despite only being lightly raced, Dance Portrait was able to experience the glitz and glam of group race glory on two occasions both in the 2003 group one Laurels at Sandown Park where she defeated the sensational brood bitch Leprachaun Yap and the 2003 group two WA Oaks at Cannington.

Astoundingly, unlike many top race bitches, Dance Portrait was able to produce excellent results in the breeding barn highlighted by her fantastic son Meticulous.

Meticulous was from Dance Portrait’s first litter to champion sire Brett Lee and had thirty six starts for sixteen wins and eleven minors with his standout wins being in the 2007 group one Topgun, 2007 group one Silver Chief and the 2007 group two Traralgon Cup whilst he came third in the 2007 group one Winter Cup and made the finals of the 2007 group one Paws of Thunder and the 2007 group two Temlee.

Since retiring to stud Meticulous has proven to be a sire of some nice greyhounds himself and in fact this Friday night, his son Yoda Bale will be hoping to emulate his father’s victory in the group two Traralgon Cup when he lines up from box one in the $42,000 to the winner final. Trained by Andrea Dailly, the Wheeler owned greyhound will start at long odds however it is not unlike the conquering partnership to land a feature winner at a big price.

In all, Dance Portrait had four litters; a 2004 litter to Brett Lee, a 2005 litter to Token Prince, a 2006 litter to Black Shiraz and a 2008 litter to Path To Power. Whilst none of her other pups reached the top level of Meticulous, they showed plenty of talent on the track in their own rights. Most prominent were Candy Can (xBlack Shiraz) 34:12-7-3, Tiesto (x Brett Lee) 47: 17-6-10, Fashion Model (x Token Prince) 15: 3-3-3 and Real Fire Power (x Path to Power) 46:8-4-6

It is also notable that Dance Portrait’s daughters are now starting to throw on some speedy chasers themselves. The unraced Dance Token has produced multiple group finalists from her first litter to Bond alone including Dawbilows Heaven, Licence to Dance, and Tread Lightly

Since her final litter, Dance Portrait had lived the life of luxury at Westerveld’s property joining former producers Witch Magic, Magic Trance and Runway Model as much loved family pets, with Westerveld enforcing the impact she had.

“She gave us a big thrill on the racetrack and in the breeding barn but not only was she a great race dog and producer but she was also a real character”.

“She was actually called Mischief by the lady that bred her because she was always into trouble. She used to carry all her bowls around and knock her water bowl off the fence”.

Her sudden passing this week will leave an absence in the hearts of many, with both her efforts on the racetrack and achievements as a dam hard to top yet as a companion to the Westerveld family she will be irreplaceable.

“She was one of the best pets and like a part of the furniture around here. I know greyhounds have kind temperaments but she was just beautiful and really stood out as her own special character”, Westerveld recalled.

There is no doubt the 29 kilogram black bitch had an immense impact on Westerveld’s involvement within the industry, and with her daughters turning into handy little broodbitches and her super son Meticulous still standing at stud it is certain that her legacy will live on for many years to come.

It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them, and every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are. – Anonymous

Rest In Peace – Mischief

Expect No Mercy From Scullys’ Rising Star

Hunter Valley trainer Raymond Scully has burst into the spotlight in recent times, with the aptly named; Expect No Mercy. Setting the Maitland circuit alight at his past two outings, the son of Cosmic Rumble and Grace Lightning has recorded some electrifying times including a 22.19 (0.08 outside the track record) personal best with a low-flying run home sectional of 6.51.

As with every feel-good story, Scully stumbled across the dog better known as ‘Ty’ whilst winning his maiden at Appin in a respectable 16.14 for owner/trainer Simon Gafa. As Scully explains, from the moment he saw the promising youngster, he wanted to secure his future at the sales reps’ Weston kennels.

‘I was really impressed with what I saw at Appin. I said to Simon, can I take him home? He thought about it and then agreed to let me take him. As you do with most dogs he had a few niggling injuries along the way and once I put some more weight on him, his racing so consistent now’

As expected, Scully is delighted with the time standard his charge is setting, with the prospect of a two turn debut just around the corner.

‘He never broke 23.30 in a trial but his improved out of sight with every run and it’s definitely showing now. I honestly thought he run around 22.5 the other week and when they put up 22.19 it was an unbelievable feeling!’ said an elated Scully.

Expect No Mercy will line up again this week at Maitland in the Lochinvar Pet Motel Final over the 400m. Coming up with what can be an awkward draw for some, Scully has full faith in his brilliant sprinter to make it three on the trot and notch up his 5th win from what will be just his 10th start.

‘He’s only drawn inside box four once in ten starts. Box seven won’t worry him at all, especially with the way his beginning it couldn’t be more pleasing. His got a beautiful personality; he just wants to lick you all the time it shows how happy he is and it shows on the track’ added Scully.

Scully’s other greyhound Feel The Chill, cracked his maiden victory at Unibet Gardens last Friday in a solid run of 22.97 over the 400m. Daughter Jessica was elated to have boxed her first winner for her dad, with the replay having been repeated many times already on the household television.

Scully and his family have two exciting up-and-comers in their kennels with two pups by Aston Galilee out of Larkhill Lee, whose dam Sensation Lee is responsible for ;2010 Group One Paws of Thunder winner and current boom sire Lochinvar Marlow, 2010 Group Two Wentworth Park Gold Cup winner Lochinvar Vogue and 2012 Group One Silver Chief hero Godsend. Both are progressing with glowing reports and may continue the dynasty that Expect No Mercy has established for this greatly respected family.

As with every great man, behind him is a great woman and Scully attributes much of his success to wife Jenny and their two doting children; Jessica and Jy, who is a popular kennel hand around the Hunter Valley area and is soon to follow in his dads’ footsteps by attaining his owner/trainer licence in the near future.

Silver Cassie, who ran third in the 1994 Golden Easter Egg final, is the greyhound that Scully regards as his best to date and rightly so, with a magnificent race record of 25 wins from just 50 starts that includes a spectacular 12 best of the night efforts.
The daughter of Curryhill Brute and Silver Slipper comes from an extremely gifted bloodline that produced 1993 Melbourne Cup hero Silver Chisel, who went on to be a huge success at stud during the 90’s, producing; Winged Runner (1999 Group One Nutrience Cup winner and 2000 Queensland Greyhound of the Year) and Bolt Of Silver (2000 Group Three Christmas Gift Final).

Silver Cassie was no slouch in adding an array of trophies from across New South Wales to the mantelpiece with superb victories in claiming the Richmond Oaks, Nowra Cup and Maitland Easter Cup, along with being a record holder at the old Newcastle track, famously known as Beaumont Park.

‘She was incredible. Her speed was amazing and she has been my best dog by far. She led in the Easter Egg and unfortunately got run down by the favourite but it was my biggest highlight in racing to be a placegetter in a race like that.’ Said a proud Scully, with his voice radiating the sentiment that this little greyhound brought himself and his family.

For Ray and his family, who have always been battlers of the greyhound racing game, working by day to keep their kennel in operation, it makes you wish that one day in the near future, a group race victory can be bestowed upon them.

Greyhound racing needs its battlers and hobbyists, for the colour and blend of both young and old personalities who flourish, gives optimism to anyone that they can achieve their dream no matter where they come from and the obstacles they may encounter.

Sydney Gem: The Queen Of The Dam Tail-Line

What do former Group racing stars Sydney Dingaan, Dallas Duo, Bomber Gleeson, Nashemraro, Star Of Mine, Elektra, and Lektra Jay have in common? The answer is that they are all descendants of Sydney Gem, arguably the most pre-potent dam tail-line producer Australia has ever seen.

That’s a big call of course and, to be totally honest, I cannot claim to be a breeding expert, yet even the amateur that I am can see something incredibly striking about the presence of Sydney Gem in a pedigree.

A black bitch whelped in March 1978, by the imported sire Lively Band out of the imported dam Monalee Again, Sydney Gem’s influence, by way of the brood barn, remains impressive. The Victorian-domiciled bitch formed a major part of prominent breeder Brian Lenahan’s line.
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Renegade Chief Wins Silver Chief For Lockett & Greenough

The Kel Greenough-trained Renegade Chief has taken out the country’s first Group race of 2013 with a barnstorming win in the Group 1 Silver Chief at The Meadows over 525 metres.

The son of Bombastic Shiraz and Teeze jumped well off his favourable draw of two, sitting behind tearaway leader Allen Makoto, who carved out super splits of 5.00 and 17.72.

Turning for home, Renegade Chief showed his superior strength, powering away to a one and three quarter length win over the early leader in 29.89, with Gold Town finishing third.
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Saturday 5th January 2013


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 5th January 2013

Race No. 1Ajs Corporation Stayers Handicap07:13PM (VICtime)
Handicap event over 725 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ERICA ALLEN -8m -1333442.92A L Dailly (Anakie)
2DESTINI BAMBINI -9m -7622343.23E N Rinaldi (Lethbridge)
3MY LUCKY FORTUNE -10m -16565FSTDL Repici (Hampton Park)
4MICKIE GEE -10m -23516NBTD Crisafi (Officer)
5MADDISON DEE -10m -24157FSHM Chilcott (Heathcote)
6LEKTRA RADIANT -10m -12116FSTDA L Dailly (Anakie)
7LEKTRA SCARLETT -10m -32651NBTA L Dailly (Anakie)
8MARGHERITA -10m -31352FSTDG J Glass (Kyabram)
9OH CARITAS -10m -76676NBTG Shingles (Eden Park)
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 2Maurice Blackburn Lawyers07:35PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DANYO’S PICK3444730.28G Borg (Maryborough)
2PIPPA SHIRAZ11221NBTA L Dailly (Anakie)
3COULTA BETSY32F2430.78G Watts (Lara)
4GIN LEE’S GEM26117NBTF E Alister (Cranbourne South)
5ELUSIVE SAGE35211NBTJ Delaroche (Cranbourne North)
6VICTA BALE8225330.73S J Collins (Lara)
7JOE BLOW43113NBTD Geall (Lara)
8BORN ON LAVA1114330.08R J Britton (Lara)
9ROCKADORE5357330.24A M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
10ZULU MISS32663FSHN E Millington (Cardross)
Race No. 3Hudson Pacific07:57PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DEDE BALE4561830.27A L Dailly (Anakie)
2MAJOR KING5162430.32M Chilcott (Heathcote)
3JACK SILVER5173330.29M T Carter (Violet Town)
4COMIC SANS22112NBTK M Bravo (Lovely Banks)
5TIME FOR FUN21723NBTN E Millington (Cardross)
6GINO KEEPING4625530.35D Dean (Nyora)
7ORLANDO JAY1133630.56S B Toner (Garfield)
8MISS LOUISE12232NBTM M Hirtzel (Elaine)
9ZULU MISS32663FSHN E Millington (Cardross)
10ROCKADORE5357330.24A M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
Race No. 4Le Pine Funerals Ht108:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 Heat event over 600 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1FIRE UP NATE4464335.20L A Hughes (Longford)
2TOKEN SPINNER82T3634.79T O’Donovan (Lara)
3LAGOON CROCKETT78124FSHT P Reid (Yuroke)
4DARK FLASH57522NBTR W Taylor (Warracknabeal)
5SAMANTHA DEE3444634.96M Chilcott (Heathcote)
6PRINCE ELITE55121FSTDL M Wyatt (Churchable Qld)
7IT’S A BLUR34221FSHW A Vassallo (Devon Meadows)
8BORN ALI37125FSTDR J Britton (Lara)
9EL RIO74127NBTD Geall (Lara)
10LINDEN KING28867FSHA Ferguson (Briagolong)
Race No. 5Macro Meats08:40PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $767,340 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,320 2nd: $1,520 3rd: $760,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1MISS JAMAICA5211330.37G J Bate (Lara)
2COLLIN BALE2211230.26A L Dailly (Anakie)
3CZAR32212NBTR J Britton (Lara)
4OENJAY DANCER4122229.96R Shiells (Diamond Creek)
5ALLEN CASTON6121729.95G J Bate (Lara)
6WITCH’S POTION3181830.13S A Holmes (Blind Bight)
7ROY GALO1334229.96S B Ralph (Tooradin)
8WHERE’S BETTY3377330.31P J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
9ZULU MISS32663FSHN E Millington (Cardross)
10ROCKADORE5357330.24A M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation08:57PM (VICtime)
Mixed 3/4 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1STREETBIKE TOMMY1121430.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
2FIERY1162130.02C J Bahen (Yuroke)
3LAURA ALLEN1724730.20S J Collins (Lara)
4FERRARI BALE6623530.08G J Bate (Lara)
5BARBARA BALE5215730.22S J Collins (Lara)
6KRISA BALE2145130.04A L Dailly (Anakie)
7ALLEN DION1226430.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
8PREMIER BOLONEY1442330.20K M Bravo (Lovely Banks)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 7Topcat Video09:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1LAROCCO5585330.25G J Bate (Lara)
2DYNA FIG6336730.05G J Bate (Lara)
3TAKE IT HOME4414630.24J A Sharp (Lara)
4ALANA BALE2884630.42S J Collins (Lara)
5DYNA FILBERT2342430.20G J Bate (Lara)
6PRINCE HOLYFIELD8585629.93D J Fisher (Lara)
7DYNA CARI7163130.33A L Dailly (Anakie)
8KEVIN BALE5526130.26G J Bate (Lara)
9ROCKADORE5357330.24A M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
10ZULU MISS32663FSHN E Millington (Cardross)
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Final09:52PM (VICtime)
S/E Group 1 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,500,140,000 Prizemoney.
1st: $100,000 2nd: $30,000 3rd: $1,500,010,000.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GOLD TOWN1143229.92P L Hunt (Avalon)
2RENEGADE CHIEF1332229.96K G Greenough (Pearcedale)
3KING OF SPIN1311230.29R J Britton (Lara)
4BLACK AND COOL4521129.85P J Burley (Wattle Glen)
5ALLEN TEEBONE1313130.19G J Bate (Lara)
6PROVEN NITRO5181129.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
7WHATTA JOKE1523230.11D R Dean (Nyora)
8ALLEN MAKOTO2111129.77M A Delbridge (Balliang)
9TOP STORY11333NBTS J Hunt (Atkinson Dam)
10PETER ROCKET1131329.97K Hellmuth (Pearcedale)
Race No. 9Rsn- Racing & Sport Ht210:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 Heat event over 600 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BEYOND BROOKLYN15751FSHA Ferguson (Briagolong)
2DON’S FANTASY1111134.72N Vincent (Lal Lal)
3CASEY JONES41433NBTC Mercieca (St Albans)
4BO APACHE5127534.81D Geall (Lara)
5SIR GAZZA2211235.29R J Britton (Lara)
6ALLEN GORDY1213534.99S J Collins (Lara)
7TOO RINGS13345FSHK G Greenough (Pearcedale)
8OH SO SMOOTH66672FSHD N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
9LINDEN KING28867FSHA Ferguson (Briagolong)
10EL RIO74127NBTD Geall (Lara)
Race No. 10Sky Channel10:42PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1POWERHOUSE11226NBTJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
2DANYO’S LUKE1751530.45G Borg (Maryborough)
3ALYSE ALLEN7545730.52A L Dailly (Anakie)
4BELRON WATTLE1622130.48P Kaltsis (Nagambie)
5DENNIS BALE15124NBTS J Collins (Lara)
6MY TUNES5114530.25H L Collins (Lara)
7DYNA GEMMA34712NBTG J Bate (Lara)
8DAINTREE DYNASTY71353NBTG A Joske (Jeeralang Junction)
9MR. BOOM BOOM22135FSHS B Ralph (Tooradin)
10REGAL GLADIATOR35133NBTA Spiteri (St Albans)
Race No. 11Geotechnical Laboratories11:05PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1WHO TOLD BLACKIE118230.48R J Britton (Lara)
2BING GORDYN22F62NBTD J Pell (Toolleen)
3SEEBOHM13826NBTL A Grimmond (Trawalla)
4NICO BALE52173NBTG J Bate (Lara)
5ROCKVEL21521FSHE M Sykes (Beaconsfield Upper)
6FADILA BALE2456430.58A L Dailly (Anakie)
7ROCZEN BALE212F130.18G J Bate (Lara)
8ARCHERFIELD23422NBTS B Ralph (Tooradin)
9REGAL GLADIATOR35133NBTA Spiteri (St Albans)
10MR. BOOM BOOM22135FSHS B Ralph (Tooradin)

Proven Nitro Set To Continue Thompson’s Silver Chief Dominance

The brilliant Proven Nitro still looks the greyhound to beat in the Group 1 AJS Silver Chief final – worth $100,000 to the winner – despite drawing box six over the 525-metre classic next Saturday night.

The son of Nitro Burst and Proven Cobalt had an enthralling battle with fellow young gun Renegade Chief in yesterday’s semi final, with the two matching motors before Proven Nitro strode clear to score in a Best of Night 29.98. Victory for Proven Nitro on Saturday would push his prizemoney to over $310,000 and give Jason Thompson back-to back Silver Chief wins (and his sixth overall) in a race recently dominated by the Pearcedale trainer.

The Kel Greenough-trained Renegade Chief will be out to spoil the party after drawing favourably in box two, with his second-placed effort last night meaning the black chaser has not missed a place in his first 18 starts. Allen Makoto (box eight) is also an obvious danger, coming from a wide draw in last night’s semi to score in 30.06, making it six wins from seven starts in an amazing start to his career.
Continue reading Proven Nitro Set To Continue Thompson’s Silver Chief Dominance

Saturday 29th December 2012


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 29th December 2012

Race No. 1Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Final07:12PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ALLEN GANJI1521330.35G J Bate (Lara)
2GALAHAD6331330.45T O’Donovan (Lara)
3TWEAK1585129.89T O’Donovan (Lara)
4JIMMY LANE1121130.35M T Carter (Violet Town)
5MOON LANE5831230.38M T Carter (Violet Town)
6WONAEAMIRRI6172130.27P W Arnott (Lara)
7KALINA ALLEN5441230.14S J Collins (Lara)
8GRAND GRANGE5362130.36I R Vigor (Anakie)
9BATTINA BALE5424530.25G J Bate (Lara)
10BILL BAILLIE16432NBTA W George (Darraweit Guim)
Race No. 2Sky Channel07:37PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1THOMO’S PIZAZZ5614830.31G J Bate (Lara)
2LAROCCO6558530.25G J Bate (Lara)
3MISS LOUISE42122NBTM M Hirtzel (Elaine)
4KEEP ME COVERED6832530.50H L Collins (Lara)
5JIMI KRAKCORN5613630.24N L Gost (Little River)
6ALLEN CEASAR215F630.06G J Bate (Lara)
7GIN LEE’S GEM62611NBTF E Alister (Cranbourne South)
8PRINCE HOLYFIELD4858529.93D J Fisher (Lara)
9SALMON FOREST4343730.68G R Edwards (Broadford)
10AZARENKA45463NBTM J Edwards (Broadford)
Race No. 3Hudson Pacific07:55PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $767,340 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,320 2nd: $1,520 3rd: $760,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1FIERY5116230.19C J Bahen (Yuroke)
2FLIP BALE7228630.08G J Bate (Lara)
3ONYA JACK1526330.49B J Stephens (Tooborac)
4ALLEN GORDY6121330.05S J Collins (Lara)
5WHERE’S BETTY1337730.31P J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
6GARETT BALE7776129.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
7CRUZ KELTON2271330.58S B Toner (Garfield)
8COLLIN BALE5221130.26A L Dailly (Anakie)
9BINDI WAVES6721330.43D Dean (Nyora)
10STYLISH STEPH16168NBTD Dean (Nyora)
Race No. 4Macro Meats08:15PM (VICtime)
Mixed 3/4 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1LAURA ALLEN4172430.20S J Collins (Lara)
2BLACKALLS BOSS2121130.23M L Mallia-Magri (Lara)
3EASTON BALE4271430.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
4OZZ MAGIC3185230.15N King (Pearcedale)
5ALANA BALE7288430.42S J Collins (Lara)
6VEYRON BALE2712530.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
7CRONOS BALE3837730.04A L Dailly (Anakie)
8PROVEN CUE5471330.32P J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 5Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf108:38PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1UNO KNOCKA8321130.30G J Bate (Lara)
2POWERHOUSE71122NBTJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
3DYNA DRAGO8883230.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
4HURUNUI HITMAN1135130.00S J Mckenna (Napoleons)
5TAKE IT ALL1113129.74D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
6WHATTA JOKE1152330.11D R Dean (Nyora)
7ALLEN TEEBONE1131330.19G J Bate (Lara)
8DENNIS BALE11512NBTS J Collins (Lara)
9ALLEN GASPAR2636430.11G J Bate (Lara)
10ZAMBORA LOVER15F7430.33R J Britton (Lara)
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf208:57PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DUNGEY BALE2331230.45G J Bate (Lara)
2WITHCOTT WIZARD52113NBTR J Ayre (Burpengary)
3FARMOR LAS VEGAS4142130.34R J Britton (Lara)
4NIKITA’S ELITE1113229.93L Cockerell (Buckley)
5GOLD TOWN1114329.92P L Hunt (Avalon)
6PETER ROCKET1113129.97K Hellmuth (Pearcedale)
7DYNA YENITE711F330.35G J Bate (Lara)
8ALLEN MAKOTO1211129.77M A Delbridge (Balliang)
9EASTON BALE4271430.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
10FIRE TYSON13114NBTT Lagana (Gawler River)
Race No. 7Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf309:20PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ALLEN DION2412230.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
2BLACK AND COOL4452129.85P J Burley (Wattle Glen)
3KING OF SPIN1131130.29R J Britton (Lara)
4ZIPIT47212NBTR A Cunningham (Devon Meadows)
5JACK SILVER5517330.29M T Carter (Violet Town)
6NAPTHINE BALE5612129.88G J Bate (Lara)
7DYNA DIETER4544230.47G J Bate (Lara)
8JAGGER SWAGGER11113NBTM J Azzopardi (Appin)
9BORIS FIELDS2111429.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
10MIDNIGHT STRIKE77274NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf409:40PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DYNA DENNY1235230.20A L Dailly (Anakie)
2MEPUNGA DEE JAY51163NBTJ R Britton (Anakie)
3ALLEN CASTON7612129.95G J Bate (Lara)
4GISBORNE MAGIC1324230.20R J Britton (Lara)
5TOP STORY11133NBTS J Hunt (Atkinson Dam)
6PROVEN NITRO1518129.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
7RENEGADE CHIEF2133229.96K G Greenough (Pearcedale)
8KENSO KAROO13313NBTR J Ayre (Burpengary)
9ALLEN ROGAN43273NBTS J Collins (Lara)
10HELEFFI LEA1324430.35M M Hirtzel (Elaine)
Race No. 9Le Pine Funerals09:57PM (VICtime)
Free For All event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BARBARA BALE2521530.22S J Collins (Lara)
2STREETBIKE TOMMY5112130.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
3GENERAL DESTINI4751129.86E N Rinaldi (Lethbridge)
4BRENNA BALE5253130.07G J Bate (Lara)
5ELMIRA BALE3322129.89M A Delbridge (Balliang)
6LEKTRA OTTENS4331230.08A L Dailly (Anakie)
7PREMIER BOLONEY6144230.20K M Bravo (Lovely Banks)
8GRIGORIEVA BALE8252529.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 10Nationwide Seafood10:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GISELLE BALE6424330.50A L Dailly (Anakie)
2ORLANDO JAY6113330.56S B Toner (Garfield)
3HARD TO EARN87112NBTT M Curtain (Cranbourne South)
4DEDE BALE5456130.27A L Dailly (Anakie)
5MIDNIGHT STRIKE77274NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
6GINO KEEPING3462530.35D Dean (Nyora)
7MAJOR KING8516230.32M Chilcott (Heathcote)
8VICTA BALE4822530.73S J Collins (Lara)
9POP HAND23564NBTD R Dean (Nyora)
10HASTY TRANSIT81548NBTM J Edwards (Broadford)
Race No. 11Rsn – Racing & Sport10:42PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DAINTREE DYNASTY27135NBTG A Joske (Jeeralang Junction)
2DYNA GEMMA23471NBTG J Bate (Lara)
3BUTTERWORTH BALE6437430.39A L Dailly (Anakie)
4EL ROJO TINI21174NBTJ R Britton (Anakie)
5ALYSE ALLEN1754530.52A L Dailly (Anakie)
6HEAVENLY PATH33625NBTJ Carr (Devon Meadows)
7MY TUNES8511430.25H L Collins (Lara)
8SACHIN BALE17115NBTM A Delbridge (Balliang)
9ALLEN YATES41671NBTG J Bate (Lara)
10STAR GIRL33873NBTT Womann (Lara)
Race No. 12Geotechnical Laboratories11:02PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1MISS OBSESSION35253NBTT Womann (Lara)
2NICO BALE85217NBTG J Bate (Lara)
3ZAC BALE1423330.55A L Dailly (Anakie)
4BING GORDYN322F6NBTD J Pell (Toolleen)
5OUR FIREMAN16317NBTJ P Psaila (Little River)
6PADDEN BALE5128330.51S J Collins (Lara)
7LEKTRA CRUISER6536330.66A L Dailly (Anakie)
8JEMIMA ALLEN1583830.48G J Bate (Lara)
9CALLISTA BALE26231NBTG J Bate (Lara)
10GIMPY BALE21530.46G J Bate (Lara)

Saturday 29th December 2012


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 29th December 2012

Race No. 1Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Final07:12PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ALLEN GANJI1521330.35G J Bate (Lara)
2GALAHAD6331330.45T O’Donovan (Lara)
3TWEAK1585129.89T O’Donovan (Lara)
4JIMMY LANE2112130.35M T Carter (Violet Town)
5MOON LANE2583130.38M T Carter (Violet Town)
6WONAEAMIRRI6172130.27P W Arnott (Lara)
7KALINA ALLEN1544130.14S J Collins (Lara)
8GRAND GRANGE5362130.36I R Vigor (Anakie)
9BATTINA BALE3542430.25G J Bate (Lara)
10BILL BAILLIE16432NBTA W George (Darraweit Guim)
Race No. 2Sky Channel07:37PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1THOMO’S PIZAZZ7561430.31G J Bate (Lara)
2LAROCCO6558530.25G J Bate (Lara)
3MISS LOUISE42122NBTM M Hirtzel (Elaine)
4KEEP ME COVERED6832530.50H L Collins (Lara)
5JIMI KRAKCORN5613630.24N L Gost (Little River)
6ALLEN CEASAR215F630.06G J Bate (Lara)
7GIN LEE’S GEM62611NBTF E Alister (Cranbourne South)
8PRINCE HOLYFIELD4858529.93D J Fisher (Lara)
9SALMON FOREST4343730.68G R Edwards (Broadford)
10AZARENKA45463NBTM J Edwards (Broadford)
Race No. 3Hudson Pacific07:55PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $767,340 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,320 2nd: $1,520 3rd: $760,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1FIERY5116230.19C J Bahen (Yuroke)
2FLIP BALE7228630.08G J Bate (Lara)
3ONYA JACK1526330.49B J Stephens (Tooborac)
4ALLEN GORDY8612130.05S J Collins (Lara)
5WHERE’S BETTY1337730.31P J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
6GARETT BALE6777629.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
7CRUZ KELTON2271330.58S B Toner (Garfield)
8COLLIN BALE5221130.26A L Dailly (Anakie)
9BINDI WAVES6721330.43D Dean (Nyora)
10STYLISH STEPH16168NBTD Dean (Nyora)
Race No. 4Macro Meats08:15PM (VICtime)
Mixed 3/4 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1LAURA ALLEN4172430.20S J Collins (Lara)
2BLACKALLS BOSS2121130.23M L Mallia-Magri (Lara)
3EASTON BALE4271430.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
4OZZ MAGIC3185230.15N King (Pearcedale)
5ALANA BALE7288430.42S J Collins (Lara)
6VEYRON BALE2712530.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
7CRONOS BALE1383730.04A L Dailly (Anakie)
8PROVEN CUE5471330.32P J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 5Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf108:38PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1UNO KNOCKA8321130.30G J Bate (Lara)
2POWERHOUSE71122NBTJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
3DYNA DRAGO8883230.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
4HURUNUI HITMAN1135130.00S J Mckenna (Napoleons)
5TAKE IT ALL1113129.74D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
6WHATTA JOKE1152330.11D R Dean (Nyora)
7ALLEN TEEBONE1131330.19G J Bate (Lara)
8DENNIS BALE11512NBTS J Collins (Lara)
9ALLEN GASPAR2636430.11G J Bate (Lara)
10ZAMBORA LOVER15F7430.33R J Britton (Lara)
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf208:57PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DUNGEY BALE2331230.45G J Bate (Lara)
2WITHCOTT WIZARD52113NBTR J Ayre (Burpengary)
3FARMOR LAS VEGAS4142130.34R J Britton (Lara)
4NIKITA’S ELITE1113229.93L Cockerell (Buckley)
5GOLD TOWN1114329.92P L Hunt (Avalon)
6PETER ROCKET1113129.97K Hellmuth (Pearcedale)
7DYNA YENITE711F330.35G J Bate (Lara)
8ALLEN MAKOTO1211129.77M A Delbridge (Balliang)
9EASTON BALE4271430.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
10FIRE TYSON13114NBTT Lagana (Gawler River)
Race No. 7Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf309:20PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ALLEN DION2412230.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
2BLACK AND COOL4452129.85P J Burley (Wattle Glen)
3KING OF SPIN1131130.29R J Britton (Lara)
4ZIPIT47212NBTR A Cunningham (Devon Meadows)
5JACK SILVER5517330.29M T Carter (Violet Town)
6NAPTHINE BALE5612129.88G J Bate (Lara)
7DYNA DIETER4544230.47G J Bate (Lara)
8JAGGER SWAGGER11113NBTM J Azzopardi (Appin)
9BORIS FIELDS2111429.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
10MIDNIGHT STRIKE77274NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Sf409:40PM (VICtime)
S/E Semi Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $1,009,500 Prizemoney.
1st: $7,000 2nd: $2,000 3rd: $1,000,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DYNA DENNY1235230.20A L Dailly (Anakie)
2MEPUNGA DEE JAY51163NBTJ R Britton (Anakie)
3ALLEN CASTON7612129.95G J Bate (Lara)
4GISBORNE MAGIC1324230.20R J Britton (Lara)
5TOP STORY11133NBTS J Hunt (Atkinson Dam)
6PROVEN NITRO1518129.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
7RENEGADE CHIEF2133229.96K G Greenough (Pearcedale)
8KENSO KAROO13313NBTR J Ayre (Burpengary)
9ALLEN ROGAN43273NBTS J Collins (Lara)
10HELEFFI LEA1324430.35M M Hirtzel (Elaine)
Race No. 9Le Pine Funerals09:57PM (VICtime)
Free For All event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BARBARA BALE2521530.22S J Collins (Lara)
2STREETBIKE TOMMY5112130.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
3GENERAL DESTINI4751129.86E N Rinaldi (Lethbridge)
4BRENNA BALE1525330.07G J Bate (Lara)
5ELMIRA BALE3322129.89M A Delbridge (Balliang)
6LEKTRA OTTENS7433130.08A L Dailly (Anakie)
7PREMIER BOLONEY6144230.20K M Bravo (Lovely Banks)
8GRIGORIEVA BALE8252529.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 10Nationwide Seafood10:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GISELLE BALE6424330.50A L Dailly (Anakie)
2ORLANDO JAY6113330.56S B Toner (Garfield)
3HARD TO EARN87112NBTT M Curtain (Cranbourne South)
4DEDE BALE5456130.27A L Dailly (Anakie)
5MIDNIGHT STRIKE77274NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
6GINO KEEPING3462530.35D Dean (Nyora)
7MAJOR KING8516230.32M Chilcott (Heathcote)
8VICTA BALE8482230.73S J Collins (Lara)
9POP HAND72356NBTD R Dean (Nyora)
10HASTY TRANSIT81548NBTM J Edwards (Broadford)
Race No. 11Rsn- Racing & Sport10:42PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DAINTREE DYNASTY27135NBTG A Joske (Jeeralang Junction)
2DYNA GEMMA23471NBTG J Bate (Lara)
3BUTTERWORTH BALE2643730.39A L Dailly (Anakie)
4EL ROJO TINI21174NBTJ R Britton (Anakie)
5ALYSE ALLEN2175430.52A L Dailly (Anakie)
6HEAVENLY PATH33625NBTJ Carr (Devon Meadows)
7MY TUNES8511430.25H L Collins (Lara)
8SACHIN BALE17115NBTM A Delbridge (Balliang)
9ALLEN YATES41671NBTG J Bate (Lara)
10STAR GIRL33873NBTT Womann (Lara)
Race No. 12Geotechnical Laboratories11:02PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $726,930 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,000 2nd: $1,430 3rd: $720,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1MISS OBSESSION35253NBTT Womann (Lara)
2NICO BALE85217NBTG J Bate (Lara)
3ZAC BALE5142330.55A L Dailly (Anakie)
4BING GORDYN322F6NBTD J Pell (Toolleen)
5OUR FIREMAN16317NBTJ P Psaila (Little River)
6PADDEN BALE7512830.51S J Collins (Lara)
7LEKTRA CRUISER6653630.66A L Dailly (Anakie)
8JEMIMA ALLEN158330.48G J Bate (Lara)
9CALLISTA BALE26231NBTG J Bate (Lara)
10GIMPY BALE21530.46G J Bate (Lara)

Saturday 22nd December 2012


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 22nd December 2012

Race No. 1Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht107:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1JACK SILVER1551730.29M T Carter (Violet Town)
2DANYO’S DELBOY43515NBTN S Ryan (Devon Meadows)
3KING OF SPIN4113130.56R J Britton (Lara)
4EASTON BALE1427130.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
5ALLEN BARRY3411430.10S J Collins (Lara)
6UNDER THREAT23281NBTD N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
7RONAN IZMIR31311FSHJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
8DYNA DIETER1454430.47G J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 2Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht207:34PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BROADACRES11FSHG J Bate (Lara)
2REANIMATION24411FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
3ELMER’S GIFT3223530.15D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
4NICO BALE18521NBTG J Bate (Lara)
5BLACK AND COOL1445230.25P J Burley (Wattle Glen)
6SEE ME SALUTE1634FNBTJ M Karamatic (Lara)
7ALLEN DION8241230.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
8KENSO KAROO11331FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 3Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht307:53PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1JUDDY BURST3121330.15W A Vassallo (Devon Meadows)
2ALLEN ROGAN24327NBTS J Collins (Lara)
3MAGPIE BOB4724FNBTP Galea (St Albans)
4DYNA DENNY4123530.20A L Dailly (Anakie)
5FARMOR LAS VEGAS1414230.71R J Britton (Lara)
6ROY GALO6513329.96S B Ralph (Tooradin)
7INSPECTOR LYNLEY55265NBTT Womann (Lara)
8ROCZEN BALE3221230.18G J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 4Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht408:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GISBORNE MAGIC4132430.20R J Britton (Lara)
2ALLEN CASTON2761229.95G J Bate (Lara)
3TRUE TO GOD1172830.93T Womann (Lara)
4VEYRON BALE1271230.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
5WHATTA JOKE2115230.11D R Dean (Nyora)
6OMAR GEE2512230.36M T Carter (Violet Town)
7FAST THREE41632FSHM Chilcott (Heathcote)
8MY TUNES5851130.25H L Collins (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 5Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht508:33PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1RENEGADE CHIEF1213329.96K G Greenough (Pearcedale)
2DYNA BERNT2872330.15G J Bate (Lara)
3JAGGER SWAGGER21111FSHM J Azzopardi (Appin)
4BOGIE HIGH17333FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
5MAX ROCKS55712NBTM J Gibbons (Lara)
6BLACK FATALI1257630.36H A Karamatic (Lara)
7NAPTHINE BALE5561230.05G J Bate (Lara)
8HELEFFI LEA1132430.35M M Hirtzel (Elaine)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht608:52PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1MEPUNGA DEE JAY65116FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
2POP’S MAX1321129.78P L Hunt (Avalon)
3BING GORDYN4322FNBTD J Pell (Toolleen)
4ALLEN MAKOTO1121129.77M A Delbridge (Balliang)
5DUNGEY BALE1233130.45G J Bate (Lara)
6MAJESTIC LEE2111130.18C A Treherne (Seabrook)
7ZAMBORA BLUEBOY5717330.43R J Britton (Lara)
8BORIS FIELDS1211129.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 7Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht709:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BITTER CHILL81518NBTJ M Karamatic (Lara)
2ALLEN TEEBONE113130.19G J Bate (Lara)
3BITTA BLING2114330.23R J Glass (Kyabram)
4ZIPIT14721FSHR A Cunningham (Devon Meadows)
5*** VACANT BOX ***
6HURUNUI HITMAN1113530.09S J Mckenna (Napoleons)
7FIRE TYSON31311FSHT Lagana (Gawler River)
8SIGN OF SNOW1141730.45A Langton (Anakie)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht809:32PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DENNIS BALE11151NBTS J Collins (Lara)
2CARLOS TYSON17134FSHT Lagana (Gawler River)
3MR. PAPAGIORGIO113F3FSHT D Iwanyk (Devon Meadows)
4ALLEN CEASAR5215F30.06G J Bate (Lara)
5PROVEN NITRO1151830.31J Thompson (Pearcedale)
6DYNA YENITE7711F30.35G J Bate (Lara)
7RITCHIE RICH26124FSHD C Hobby (Nambeelup)
8ZAMBORA LOVER415F730.33R J Britton (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 9Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht909:53PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1UNO KNOCKA68321FSHG J Bate (Lara)
2TOP STORY31113FSHS J Hunt (Atkinson Dam)
3ALLEN EMMETT7432730.33S J Collins (Lara)
4PREMIER EVENT12185NBTA Langton (Anakie)
5GRIGORIEVA BALE1825229.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
6MIDNIGHT STRIKE17727NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
7NIKITA’S ELITE2111329.93L Cockerell (Buckley)
8WHO TOLD BLACKIE1130.48R J Britton (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 10Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht1010:12PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GOLD TOWN4111429.92P L Hunt (Avalon)
2WHY NOT LINDSAY16811NBTW T Gray (Wendouree)
3NIGHT FIGHTER1113FSHH L Collins (Lara)
4DYNA DRAGO6888330.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
5HOUDINI MONELLI18211FSHD C Hobby (Nambeelup)
6BOGIE MAGIC14128FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
7PETER ROCKET1111329.97K Hellmuth (Pearcedale)
8ALLEN BENJI41121NBTG J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 11Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht1110:37PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DAINTREE DYNASTY62713NBTG A Joske (Jeeralang Junction)
2ALLEN GASPAR2263630.11G J Bate (Lara)
3WITHCOTT WIZARD15211FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
4PREMIER ASSASSIN612FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
5TAKE IT ALL8111329.94D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
6DYNA FILBERT2342430.20G J Bate (Lara)
7POWERHOUSE17112FSHJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
8HEATHERS PREMIER52624NBTK Karamatic (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 12Keilor Auto Body10:57PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $767,340 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,320 2nd: $1,520 3rd: $760,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1CRONOS BALE6113830.04A L Dailly (Anakie)
2GINO KEEPING1534630.35D Dean (Nyora)
3GISELLE BALEF642430.50A L Dailly (Anakie)
4ALANA BALE3728830.42S J Collins (Lara)
5WENT WOOSHKA2343730.20T Womann (Lara)
6FIERY2511630.19C J Bahen (Yuroke)
7GENERAL DESTINI1475130.01E N Rinaldi (Lethbridge)
8GOMES85523NBTD B Moore (Kialla)
9LOMU41167NBTA L Dailly (Anakie)
10*** NO RESERVE ***

Saturday 22nd December 2012


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday 22nd December 2012

Race No. 1Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht107:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1JACK SILVER1551730.29M T Carter (Violet Town)
2DANYO’S DELBOY43515NBTN S Ryan (Devon Meadows)
3KING OF SPIN4113130.56R J Britton (Lara)
4EASTON BALE1427130.22A L Dailly (Anakie)
5ALLEN BARRY3411430.10S J Collins (Lara)
6UNDER THREAT23281NBTD N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
7RONAN IZMIR23131FSHJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
8DYNA DIETER1454430.47G J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 2Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht207:34PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BROADACRES1FSHG J Bate (Lara)
2REANIMATION24411FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
3ELMER’S GIFT3223530.15D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
4NICO BALE1852NBTG J Bate (Lara)
5BLACK AND COOL1445230.25P J Burley (Wattle Glen)
6SEE ME SALUTE1634FNBTJ M Karamatic (Lara)
7ALLEN DION8241230.06A L Dailly (Anakie)
8KENSO KAROO11331FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 3Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht307:53PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1JUDDY BURST3121330.15W A Vassallo (Devon Meadows)
2ALLEN ROGAN22432NBTS J Collins (Lara)
3MAGPIE BOB4724FNBTP Galea (St Albans)
4DYNA DENNY4123530.20A L Dailly (Anakie)
5FARMOR LAS VEGAS1414230.71R J Britton (Lara)
6ROY GALO6513329.96S B Ralph (Tooradin)
7INSPECTOR LYNLEY55265NBTT Womann (Lara)
8ROCZEN BALE3221230.18G J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 4Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht408:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GISBORNE MAGIC4132430.20R J Britton (Lara)
2ALLEN CASTON2761229.95G J Bate (Lara)
3TRUE TO GOD1172830.93T Womann (Lara)
4VEYRON BALE1271230.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
5WHATTA JOKE2115230.11D R Dean (Nyora)
6OMAR GEE2512230.36M T Carter (Violet Town)
7FAST THREE41632FSHM Chilcott (Heathcote)
8MY TUNES5851130.25H L Collins (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 5Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht508:33PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1RENEGADE CHIEF1213329.96K G Greenough (Pearcedale)
2DYNA BERNT7287230.15G J Bate (Lara)
3JAGGER SWAGGER21111FSHM J Azzopardi (Appin)
4BOGIE HIGH17333FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
5MAX ROCKS55712NBTM J Gibbons (Lara)
6BLACK FATALI1257630.36H A Karamatic (Lara)
7NAPTHINE BALE4556130.05G J Bate (Lara)
8HELEFFI LEA1132430.35M M Hirtzel (Elaine)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht608:52PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1MEPUNGA DEE JAY65116FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
2POP’S MAX5132129.78P L Hunt (Avalon)
3BING GORDYN4322FNBTD J Pell (Toolleen)
4ALLEN MAKOTO1121129.77M A Delbridge (Balliang)
5DUNGEY BALE1233130.45G J Bate (Lara)
6MAJESTIC LEE2111130.18C A Treherne (Seabrook)
7ZAMBORA BLUEBOY5717330.43R J Britton (Lara)
8BORIS FIELDS1211129.59J Thompson (Pearcedale)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 7Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht709:13PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BITTER CHILL81518NBTJ M Karamatic (Lara)
2ALLEN TEEBONE113130.19G J Bate (Lara)
3BITTA BLING2114330.23R J Glass (Kyabram)
4ZIPIT14721FSHR A Cunningham (Devon Meadows)
5*** VACANT BOX ***
6HURUNUI HITMAN1113530.09S J Mckenna (Napoleons)
7FIRE TYSON31311FSHT Lagana (Gawler River)
8SIGN OF SNOW1141730.45A Langton (Anakie)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht809:32PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DENNIS BALE11151NBTS J Collins (Lara)
2CARLOS TYSON17134FSHT Lagana (Gawler River)
3MR. PAPAGIORGIO6113FFSHT D Iwanyk (Devon Meadows)
4ALLEN CEASAR5215F30.06G J Bate (Lara)
5PROVEN NITRO1151830.31J Thompson (Pearcedale)
6DYNA YENITE7711F30.35G J Bate (Lara)
7RITCHIE RICH26124FSHD C Hobby (Nambeelup)
8ZAMBORA LOVER415F730.33R J Britton (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 9Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht909:53PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1UNO KNOCKA68321FSHG J Bate (Lara)
2TOP STORY31113FSHS J Hunt (Atkinson Dam)
3ALLEN EMMETT1743230.33S J Collins (Lara)
4PREMIER EVENT12185NBTA Langton (Anakie)
5GRIGORIEVA BALE1825229.99A L Dailly (Anakie)
6MIDNIGHT STRIKE17727NBTL G Mitchell (Teesdale)
7NIKITA’S ELITE2111329.93L Cockerell (Buckley)
8WHO TOLD BLACKIE1130.48R J Britton (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 10Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht1010:12PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GOLD TOWN4111429.92P L Hunt (Avalon)
2WHY NOT LINDSAY16811NBTW T Gray (Wendouree)
3NIGHT FIGHTER1113FSHH L Collins (Lara)
4DYNA DRAGO6888330.11A L Dailly (Anakie)
5HOUDINI MONELLI18211FSHD C Hobby (Nambeelup)
6BOGIE MAGIC14128FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
7PETER ROCKET1111329.97K Hellmuth (Pearcedale)
8ALLEN BENJI41121NBTG J Bate (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 11Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Ht1110:37PM (VICtime)
Special Event Heat event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $898,550 Prizemoney.
1st: $6,260 2nd: $1,790 3rd: $890,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1DAINTREE DYNASTY62713NBTG A Joske (Jeeralang Junction)
2ALLEN GASPAR2263630.11G J Bate (Lara)
3WITHCOTT WIZARD15211FSHR J Ayre (Burpengary)
4PREMIER ASSASSIN612FSHJ R Britton (Anakie)
5TAKE IT ALL8111329.94D N Mcdonald (Cranbourne)
6DYNA FILBERT2342430.20G J Bate (Lara)
7POWERHOUSE1711FSHJ Thompson (Pearcedale)
8HEATHERS PREMIER52624NBTK Karamatic (Lara)
9*** NO RESERVE ***
10*** NO RESERVE ***
Race No. 12Keilor Auto Body10:57PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $767,340 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,320 2nd: $1,520 3rd: $760,500.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1CRONOS BALE6113830.04A L Dailly (Anakie)
2GINO KEEPING1534630.35D Dean (Nyora)
3GISELLE BALEF642430.50A L Dailly (Anakie)
4ALANA BALE3728830.42S J Collins (Lara)
5WENT WOOSHKA2343730.20T Womann (Lara)
6FIERY2511630.19C J Bahen (Yuroke)
7GENERAL DESTINI1475130.01E N Rinaldi (Lethbridge)
8GOMES85523NBTD B Moore (Kialla)
9LOMU41167NBTA L Dailly (Anakie)
10*** NO RESERVE ***

From Group 1′s To Track Record – Another Big Day For Thompson

Just 19 hours after adding another Group 1 trophy to the mantelpiece, the sixth for the year, when Got A Moment claimed the Brisbane Cup, trainer Jason Thompson was rugging up runners at Bendigo and while no group race titles were on offer, his smart sprinter Silver Spider claimed the 500m track record to continue Thompson’s remarkable run of success in 2012.

At the highest level Thompson has prepared the winner of the Golden Easter Egg, Melbourne and Brisbane Cups, Sapphire Classic, Vic Peters Classic and Silver Chief in 2012 as well as black type events the Bendigo Cup, Warrnambool Classic and Sandown Shootout in what can only be described as a remarkable year.

At Lord’s Raceway, since the new track opened in March, Thompson claimed the two biggest races on the Bendigo calendar in the Cup and the Gold Rush Maiden and Silver Spider is the second greyhound from the Pearcedale kennel to lay claim to the fastest run over the 500m journey at Bendigo after Aston Carmelita was the first greyhound to break 28 seconds back in May.
Continue reading From Group 1′s To Track Record – Another Big Day For Thompson

Bell Haven Strikes A Rare Blow For Tasmania

Tasmanian stayer Bell Haven overcame box six to score in the final of Sydney Cup on Saturday night 13 October, and in doing so became the first from the Apple Isle to annex one of the four major harbour city distance events.

As I wrote in my preview, trainer Ted Medhurst is a legend in his home state and he has been around long enough to get a pretty good idea of the ability of his charges. He clearly considered Bell Haven had what it takes to score a major victory on the mainland, and the result is now history.

To put Bell Haven’s achievement into perspective, she is only the 12th Tasmanian greyhound and the third stayer from that state to have won a major race on the mainland in the last 54 years.
Continue reading Bell Haven Strikes A Rare Blow For Tasmania

The 2012 Adelaide Cup – The Definitive Cup Preview

WHERE/WHEN:
Angle Park 515m, October 11, Race 8 at 9.23pm ACDST. $107,500 prize pool ($75,000 to the winner).

THE STORY SO FAR:
The Adelaide Cup stands as one of those races steeped in history. Formerly held in a summer timeslot, recent winners include the likes of Brett Lee, Hotline Hero, El Galo, Dyna Lachlan and Kilty Lad before Mepunga Nicky won the first ever October edition last year.

Tragedy struck during the week with three finalists involved in the Dailly’s car accident last Friday morning. Sadly, the field is already one down with the passing of Big Black Mac, however recent reports suggest the other two will still take their place. Unfortunately, it has marred what was a terrific night of racing last week, and there hasn’t been much publicity on the race itself, with the Fixed Odds market being suspended throughout the week.
Continue reading The 2012 Adelaide Cup – The Definitive Cup Preview

Brett Lee And Track Redesigning

Comparison between different generations can never be reliable but everyone likes to make them anyway.

The current debate features the relative merits of new star Barcia Bale, with its immaculate record, and champion Brett Lee. Basically, it’s hard to argue with 11 out of 11, but I am inclined to take up breeder Paul Wheeler’s suggestion and wait a few months until Barcia Bale reaches its likely peak. Top level competition might be the key indicator.

One clue comes from the Wheeler policy of starting Barcia Bale’s career at 21 months, and that only for a Qualie. Its first race start was at 24 months, meaning it had a maturity advantage over many of its early opponents. On the other hand, Brett lee got going unusually early for a male at 16 months of age and retired to stud two months shy of its 3rd birthday. Brett Lee was also a much smaller dog (30.5kg) than Barcia Bale (35.5kg).
Continue reading Brett Lee And Track Redesigning

Barcia Bale Looking To Emulate The Great Satan’s Legend

Graeme Bate is on record as suggesting his undefeated sprinter Barcia Bale reminds him very much of his former champion Kantarn Bale. So far, the comparison is spot on. After all, nine starts for nine wins is a rarity in Australian racing.

Indeed, I am aware of only 12 other greyhounds that have won at their first nine or more races. Only three of these are Victorians: Ima Turner, who won his first 13, in 1979; Satan’s Legend, who won his first 10, in 1977; and Welcome Stranger, a winner of his first nine, in 1989. The record holder for the most successive wins before tasting defeat is the former NSW sprinter Promises Free who won her first 14 on end between 1981 and 1982.

Of course, as I have consistently beaten the drum about this in the past, there is no central register of performances or database stretching back through the almost 90 years of mechanical hare racing in this country from which to draw information. So, there may well be more than 12 ‘stars’ in the firmament of early success, but if there are then they are well hidden.
Continue reading Barcia Bale Looking To Emulate The Great Satan’s Legend

No Boloney! Quality Field Assembled For McKenna Memorial Final

Fastest heat winner Premier Boloney is likely to start as favourite for next Thursday night’s Group 2 McKenna Memorial at Sandown Park after drawing ideally in box 1 for the $56,000 final.

Premier Boloney began well and railed strongly under surprise early leader Lady Gray on leaving the home straight. Once in front, the Group 2 Dawson place getter was never in doubt, racing to a comfortable 2¾ length win in 34.00 seconds.

“He’s very fast. He has run 34.20 previously at the track, but his time tonight was a bit of a surprise” said an ecstatic Kelly Bravo after the race.
Continue reading No Boloney! Quality Field Assembled For McKenna Memorial Final

Peggy May Salutes In Sandown’s Sapphire Crown Final For Jason Thompson

Jason Thompson’s golden 2012 continued at Sandown Park tonight when Peggy May led all the way to claim the Group 1 Macro Meats Sapphire Crown.

Showing her customary early speed from box 3, Peggy May ($3.40) led her kennel mate and race favourite El Brooklyn ($3.30) through the first turn. Witch’s Potion ($18.40) charged through the first turn to force El Brooklyn wide which allowed Peggy May to open a three length gap on the field.

From there, the white and black speed machine would never be headed, maintaining that margin to the finish and stop the clock in a race record 29.42.
Continue reading Peggy May Salutes In Sandown’s Sapphire Crown Final For Jason Thompson

The Temlee Proves A Point

The best referees and umpires are the ones you never notice. The best tracks are the ones that let the dogs do their own thing. Another maxim of greyhound racing is that whenever two dogs are competing closely they will never run the time they would achieve on their own.

It’s necessary to write about the Temlee, last Saturday’s Group 1 sprint at The Meadows, mostly because of the nonsense that has been written elsewhere. The “best race ever seen”, it has been called; Radley Bale was “incredible” and showed “pure courage”.

This is fairytale stuff. The facts are that it was an ordinary race run by good dogs at an ordinary track.
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Yes, No, Maybe?

Good to hear from some readers about the quality of our tracks, but we would like to see more comments. We have plenty of time before all the hard figures come in and we can start drawing conclusions.

Some suggestions have been interesting, some a bit odd. For example, one view is we should not worry about interference as good dogs will jump out and avoid it. “They’ll be alright if they nick out in front” is what one famous club boss once told me.

Well, sure, but what about the others? And half the code’s finances depends on how the placings affect exotic betting.
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Box Draws Complete For Group Greyhound Racing Extravaganza At The Meadows – Temlee, Rookie Rebel, Zoom Top Fields

The Meadows will host one of the most anticipated nights of greyhound racing next Saturday as box draws were finalised for the Group 1 Temlee ($75,000 to the winner), Group 2 Rookie Rebel ($40,000) and Group 2 Zoom Top ($40,000).

Sponsored by Macro Meats, the three Group races will herald the start of the Australian Cup Carnival, with over $800,000 in prizemoney given away over the three-week festival of racing.

As always, the box draws have thrown up some interesting scenarios.
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Race Record Falls As Glen Gallon Flies

Star Queenslander, Glen Gallon provided the highlight run of the Perth Cup heats, when flying around the 530m Cannington trip in 29.87.The run enters the books as the fastest time ever recorded during a Perth Cup series, replacing High Earner’s previous best of 29.93 during his successful 2010 campaign.

What made the performance even more impressive was the way he went about it. It wasn’t simply a ping-and-win affair, as the events of the first 100 metres would no doubt have cost him some time overall and could have been made a lot worse.

Jumping from the awkward six alley, Glen Gallon was one of the last away, and soon took a path heading towards the rail. It was at that time that Big Jo King shifted inwards causing Or Else, who had drawn box one, to fall heavily. Big Jo King then came out and clipped Glen Gallon, but instead of hesitating, the powerful fawn chaser kept his mind on the job and burst through to find the front, going 5.71 for the first section.
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Perth Cup Final Becomes A National Affair

No less than four states are represented in the 2012 Sky Racing Perth Cup final, after a thrilling nights’ racing last Saturday. Victorians make up half the final field with four qualifiers, the standout of those being the Andrea Dailly trained Heston Bale.

Despite putting in a pedestrian heat time of 30.72, it was the way The Meadows track record holder recovered from several checks in order to steal victory. Beginning from box six, it was only a few strides after the start that Heston Bale collided with Kalden Aurora, costing both greyhounds a few lengths approaching the first bend. With Forty Two Below taking up the front for David Hobby, the rest of the field jammed up, causing Proficient to being shoved wide, taking Heston Bale with it.

The margin between Heston Bale and the leading division was at least seven lengths down the back, but you got the sense that the fight was never over. Coming around the home turn, Forty Two Below was in a battle with Prince Elite, with Heston Bale going three wide around them. In a position where many others may have thrown in the towel, Heston Bale used all of his tenacity to score by half a length over Forty Two Below in a remarkable race.
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Heston Bale & Noble Pedro Both Awarded Australia’s Best Races For December 2011

It’s a tie the AGRA’s Run of the Month for December 2011 has been awarded to joint winners Heston Bale & Noble Pedro after both greyhounds set new times standards at city venues on the same night December 17th. The night will go down in greyhound racing history as a rare occasion and a very rare occurrence. Never has two more important sprint records been set within a half hour of each other in two states.

Heston Bale the brother of Sandown Park 515 metre record holder Bekim Bale took his place in heat seven of the Silver Chief jumping from box three he smashed the previous record of 29.61 held by Turanza Bale set in the Silver Bullet of 2009. After racing to the front down the back he stormed home to run an extraordinary 29.45.

While up in Sydney at Wentworth Park in the final of the Group 3 Xmas Gift Noble Pedro led from box six and gave none of his opposite a chance when he raced away down the back and in the home straight to record a super run of 29.43 for the 520 metres. His time eclipsed the previous record of 29.44 held by the mighty Queen Lauryn when she set the time standard in the heats of the Ladies Bracelet of 2008.
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The Triple Whammy

Last week’s item on Racing’s Corporate Challenge suggested that the industry’s prime source of income – betting commission – was on shaky ground, mostly because average product quality had declined and mug gamblers had replaced serious punters. Any nominal increases in income in recent times could be put down to extra meetings rather than more enthusiasm for “normal” races.

So what are we doing about it?

On three key issues – track standards, field quality and breeding trends – it’s hard to see any concerted effort by the industry to improve performance. A bit here and a bit there really doesn’t count in the long run because greyhounds have long since moved into a “dogs without borders” mode. It’s a sport more and more dominated by national and international factors. Wherever the bunny moves, dogs will come to compete. And today’s customers often do not know where the race is being run anyway.
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Box 1 Proves A Godsend For Jason Thompson In Silver Chief Final

Jason Thompson has won his fifth Group 1 AJS Corporation Silver Chief as outsider Godsend ($15.50) strode to a 29.93 win to claim the $75,000 first prize at The Meadows in a fantastic start to the 2012 greyhound season.

The son of Bombastic Shiraz and Sensation Lee began well from box one and skipped away down the back to set up a race-winning lead (splits of 5.06 and 17.74), eventually running out a five and a quarter length winner over the fast-finishing Glen Gallon and the Heston Bale, with both greyhounds finding trouble in running.

Owned by Serg Buccilli, Godsend joined Thompson’s four former Silver Chief winners, including Light Of Fire (1994), Awesome Assassin (1996), Ben’s Fury (2005) and Fedex (2009) on the Group 1 honour roll, which also includes past champions such as Brett Lee and Chariot Supreme.
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2012 Greyhounds Of The Year In Review – Queensland, SA, WA, & Tasmania

We’ve seen what Victoria and New South Wales have produced in the past twelve months, but there’s been plenty of talent displayed elsewhere too. Here’s a list of what was considered the pick of the crop from around the country…

Queensland

The sunshine state continues to produce good greyhounds year in and year out and 2011 was no exception. The year started brilliantly with the phenomenal return of High Earner, while winning the National Sprint Championship and Brisbane Cup on home soil would be the highlights.

WINNER – High Earner – Achieved what so many previous stars couldn’t – took the long standing prizemoney record from Rapid Journey to become the highest earner of them all. The back-to-back Perth Cup win was something special after coming out of retirement, and then made the finals of the Australian Cup (2nd) and Golden Easter Egg.

Glen Gallon – This youngster only began his career in May, however still found the victory step 12 times in 2011. His Brisbane Cup win as a 10/1 shot was excellent considering the strength of the field. Is engaged to run in the Silver Chief final at the Meadows at time of writing, in an attempt to make it back-to-back Group 1’s.

Dashing Corsair – Dwyer Lennon’s iron dog retired after competing in a record third Nationals final in September. Had 14 wins in 2011 which included success in Perth and Sydney as well as at home.

He Knows Uno – Had 12 wins for the year and kept crowds excited with his barnstorming racing style. Started the year in W.A but eventually travelled around competing in the highest grade. Ran second in the Golden Easter Egg and Winter Carnival Cup along with a fifth in the Topgun.

Iso Octane – Made the move from Victoria early in the year and became the dominant local sprinter. Had 13 wins for the year including a streak of eight in a row throughout June/July and took out the Winter Carnival Cup in the process.

South Australia

It was a modest year for the croweaters in 2011. Having two Adelaide Cups due to a schedule change was fun, but the local crop of sprinters struggled and S.A was the only state without a Topgun Invitee. GRSA also announced a down play of staying races in years to come to focus on the popular short course racing.

WINNER – Kalden Mayhem – This dog really came of age in the second half of the year, taking out the Strathalbyn and Gawler Cups. Had a remarkable 19 wins for the year over a variety of distances and grades. With any luck, this bloke should have a big 2012.

Point Two Over – Was probably the leading sprinter for the year; however the FFA level sprinters in S.A are all fairly even. Point Two Over claimed the state sprint title amongst his 10 wins in 2011.

Stack ‘Em Flat – Can this chaser still be classed as South Australian? Sure – owned and bred by Bruce Lellman, he was really the only dog to find success interstate during 2011. Amassed an impressive 16 wins including victories at Sandown, The Meadows and Albion Park.

Western Australia

High grade races in W.A had been dominated by Pedrosa in recent memory, but this year there was a distinct rise in depth. The staying ranks were very competitive too, but there was only chaser making all the headlines.

WINNER – Miata – It took three starts for Australia to hear the name Miata, when she made the Cannington track record her own. That was just the beginning, as by year’s end she would not only break her own 530m mark twice, but hold the 642m record also. Her only interstate journey resulted in a second in the S.A Oaks, beaten by Mepunga Nicky who proved to be unstoppable in the Adelaide Cup. If trainer Paul Stuart continues going down the staying path with this bitch, we could have a national star very shortly.

Vocal Enforcer – Excellent year for Andrew McLaren’s chaser. Improved notably throughout the year and capped it off with a Group win via the All Stars Sprint. Had 18 wins in the past 12 months.

Pedrosa – Was not as dominant as times gone past, but still managed to win 9 times at FFA level for the year. Tragically, the ‘King of Cannington’ went amiss when competing in the Melbourne Cup series and would never be able to race again. Leaving a career record of 30 wins from 50 starts, he will be sorely missed.

Tasmania

What a great year it was for the Apple Isle, with track records and Groups victories being claimed on the mainland. Many complain about the lack of depth down in the southernmost state, however in 2011 there was talent on display at every turn.

WINNER – Damek – Has probably the best winning record of any current dog in the country, as his career tally stands at 43 wins from 57 starts, with 20 of those wins in 2011. Connections gave up on the interstate idea to focus on dominating the local racing scene, which he did with ease. Was crowned state sprint champ before picking up an injury before the national final. While his invincibility has faded late in 2011, he is probably the most dominant Tasmanian greyhound on home soil in the past decade. The only blight on a tremendous career is his lack of Group race glory.

Rewind – Had an exceptional year. An astonishing 22 wins went the way of Rewind in 2011, however it would have been the 23rd that connections would have wanted the most. He led for every inch of the Group 1 Hobart Thousand final except the last one, when beaten a nose by Dyna Tron earlier in December. His third in the Group 1 Maturity final at The Meadows proves he can do at home or away.

Clyde’s Angel – Consistent chaser who racked up 13 wins and made an Adelaide Cup and Hobart Thousand Final, as well a FFA win at Sandown.

I’m a Fencer – 15 wins and a still the Healesville track record holder.

St. Pierre – Won the Devonport Cup in January before sensationally winning the Australian Cup at the Meadows. Made the final of the Tweed Heads Galaxy before disappearing in the second half of the year.

So we must move forward to another year, where another 25,000 races await. That means a new batch of track records, photo finishes, large crowds, big dividends and much more fun in the world of greyhound racing. All participants and readers are wished are happy New Year and the best of luck in 2012.

Sunday 1st January 2012


Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Sunday 1st January 2012

Race No. 1Mtd06:38PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1LACOMARE23365FSHM M Hirtzel (Elaine)
2OUR LISA44331NBTD J Williams (Bannockburn)
3DR. BOOSHAY68622FSHJ L Mcmahon (Darriman)
4SONADOR MISS63547NBTA M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
5LAURIE VALENTINE6227330.55R J Britton (Lara)
6MASTER HUGH26225NBTN P Boyd (Pearcedale)
7EMOTION PRINCESS2572730.73J A Sharp (Lara)
8NAWALA MAHOGANY38128NBTN Wynd (Lismore)
Race No. 2Ajs Corporation07:01PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GREEK IRISH24142NBTM A Delbridge (Balliang)
2ELITE FAIRY13534NBTB Proctor (Alberton West)
3AXELS2727430.40R D Conway (Bunyip)
4LIBERTY SPEED3547830.63T Galea (Melton South)
5PLANKTON8824130.46J Galea (Tarneit)
6BUBBA’S DREAM1756F29.92K Bailey (Stratford)
7SUPER TRAIN21481NBTJ R Maple (Little River)
8EVERYWHERE2146630.44D Crisafi (Officer)
Race No. 3Macro Meats07:20PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1BLACK HOMBRE1351429.94A J Britton (Lara)
2GULA BALE5381630.74S J Collins (Lara)
3SLIPAWAY WILLY4847130.33N Wynd (Lismore)
4SPARK UPF1153NBTD J Brown (Lara)
5CARRAK2217130.04R L Massina (Golden Square)
6WONGAWILLI WALAF244530.28G J Bate (Lara)
7SISCO TURBO1312430.05J Galea (Lara)
8WONGAWILLI BRUNO6132430.58P L Hunt (Avalon)
Race No. 4Radio Sport National07:43PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 600 Metres at The meadows Of $6,970 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,880 2nd: $1,395 3rd: $695.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GIGIT35524NBTN P Boyd (Pearcedale)
2BIG STUD13133FSTDR C Dunne (St Albans)
3DR. LYNETTE78223NBTW J Mcmahon (Darriman)
4BOO WEEKLEY36862NBTW J Mcmahon (Darriman)
5DYNA ERINA74555NBTG J Bate (Lara)
6SLEEP WALK2622534.94R J Britton (Lara)
7LASTING EFFECT4141434.14N R Tait (Wangaratta)
8CALICO PRINCESS47633NBTJ W Johnson (Reservoir)
Race No. 5Ajs Corporation08:03PM (VICtime)
Mixed 4/5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,970 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,880 2nd: $1,395 3rd: $695.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GORDON BALE6312530.34G J Bate (Lara)
2HACKEL BALE1223630.40G J Bate (Lara)
3MCMORGAN1264230.00L M Gorman (Newborough)
4FLIP BALE5312330.57G J Bate (Lara)
5AMERICAN MCGEE4467830.32R J Britton (Lara)
6HAMEL3561330.15D J Williams (Bannockburn)
7DYNA BEAT8214530.58G J Bate (Lara)
8DYNA DEARY8312630.07G J Bate (Lara)
Race No. 6Ajs Corporation Final (gobis)08:25PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 Final event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $8,209,780 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,740 2nd: $1,640 3rd: $8,202,400.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1ARVO’S VIXEN2821630.51M A Delbridge (Balliang)
2NOVA VITE6121330.10M T Carter (Violet Town)
3BOROUGH BOOF1434130.22B W Lock (Eaglehawk)
4GLAMOROUS DENISE2426130.52B F Haintz (Ballarat)
5MALIBU1421230.38D Murray (Napoleons)
6BARBARA BALE1381830.41S J Collins (Lara)
7BRENNA BALE1171330.15G J Bate (Lara)
8BINDI WAVES8531830.43T Cortese (Hampton Park)
9EMOTION PRINCESS2572730.73J A Sharp (Lara)
10MASTER HUGH26225NBTN P Boyd (Pearcedale)
Race No. 7Ajs Corporation08:54PM (VICtime)
Free For All event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $8,200 Prizemoney.
1st: $5,740 2nd: $1,640 3rd: $820.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1CAROL ALLEN3213629.86G J Bate (Lara)
2DYNA MAX4152230.17A L Dailly (Anakie)
3ASTON GALILEE8141429.89J Thompson (Pearcedale)
4COSMIC COOPER2322230.16D J Brown (Lara)
5STRONG INTENTION2114230.03J S Ennis (Lara)
6DON CHENDO5615229.70L Ketelaar (Yuroke)
7CREDIT CRUNCHER1111230.07K G Height (Toora)
8MYSTIC APPLE1112129.84V P Awramenko (Waurn Ponds)
Race No. 8Ajs Corporation Silver Chief Final09:23PM (VICtime)
S/E Group 1 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $108,000 Prizemoney.
1st: $75,000 2nd: $22,000 3rd: $11,000.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1GODSEND2662130.02J Thompson (Pearcedale)
2HUTMAKER2531129.85R J Britton (Lara)
3HESTON BALE1111229.45A L Dailly (Anakie)
4MCCOSKER SPEED24232NBTW J Mcmahon (Darriman)
5WHISPERING WIND1211230.21A Langton (Anakie)
6SODA BOY1111230.10P E Giles (Moe)
7CAPE HAWKE3141129.73J S Ennis (Lara)
8GLEN GALLON2111129.69T W Brett (Grandchester)
9MEPUNGA GEORDIE1411330.39J R Britton (Anakie)
10FLIP BALE5312330.57G J Bate (Lara)
Race No. 9Mtd09:43PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1TYPHOON TOBY55716NBTN P Boyd (Pearcedale)
2DAINTREE ATOM35182NBTL M Gorman (Newborough)
3WHY NOT NAN66818NBTW T Gray (Wendouree)
4ROCKADORE7526330.66A M Lauterboom (Tooradin)
6MODERN FANTASY68176NBTJ Worsfold (Girgarre)
7SISCO HERO21345NBTJ Galea (Lara)
8HANIFY’S HEROINE31748NBTJ L Mcmahon (Darriman)
Race No. 10Macro Meats10:03PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1PROVEN KNOX23254NBTK M Pitt (Devon Meadows)
2MISTER CHARLIE82584NBTJ Worsfold (Girgarre)
3UNION LAD6688530.33D J Brown (Lara)
4LIBERTY82571NBTJ L Mcmahon (Darriman)
6FOOT TAPPER5362230.48A J Britton (Lara)
7WICKED TRIP14142NBTI R Garland (Bendigo)
8BUMP INTO YOU67341NBTW J Mcmahon (Darriman)
Race No. 11Happy New Year10:22PM (VICtime)
Grade 5 event over 525 Metres at The meadows Of $6,560 Prizemoney.
1st: $4,595 2nd: $1,310 3rd: $655.

No.NameFormBestTrainer

1CROSSY’S RIVAL46645NBTT Galea (Melton South)
2PROVEN HIT22677NBTP J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)
3RUSHENDAR STAR37130.42G J Paull (Faraday)
4SPIRIT CATCHER75564NBTS B Ralph (Tooradin)
6CRAFTY SHIRAZ7563430.67B J Duffy (Ballan)
7DOUG DOUGLAS32436NBTJ R Higgins (Linton)
8SPA IZZY23723NBTP J Mccoll (Kooroocheang)

Silver Chief Final For The Ages – Young Guns To Clash On New Years Day

The 2012 greyhound season is set to start off with a bang as The Meadows host a star-studded Group 1 AJS Corporation Silver Chief final over 525 metres on New Year’s Day.

All the big guns progressed safely through to Sunday night’s $75,000-to-the-winner final, despite the shock defeat of Heston Bale, who finished second behind the underrated Godsend to qualify for the first Group final of his much-publicised career.

Two greyhounds who continued on from their amazing heat efforts were Cape Hawke and Queensland star Glen Gallon, both stopping the clock at 29.77 (Best of Night) in their respective semi-finals. Cape Hawke – a Ballarat and Adelaide Cup finalist – will start from box seven in the January 1 final, while Glen Gallon’s chances were dealt a blow after drawing away from his preferred rails draw in box eight.
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