ALL eyes will be on Sandown Park this Friday night with eight heats of Australia’s richest greyhound race, the $600,000 Melbourne Cup. The series is set to be the swan song for champion sprinter Fernando Bale which will be aiming …Read More..
THE greyhound racing spring carnival continues this Friday night with the running of the Group 2 Shootout at Sandown Park. Run over the 515 metre sprint, the race will see four of Australia’s top chasers go head to head in …Read More..
BRADEN Finn has revealed that his superstar staying bitch Sweet It Is could be mated to phenomenal sprinter Fernando Bale when the curtain finally closes on her stellar racing career. The daughter of Mogambo and Off Springer took her prize …Read More..
FERNANDO Bale’s sensational, yet oh-so-close, victory in the Topgun, after leading all the way from box one, looked almost like a re-run of the 1998 Topgun, taken out in almost similar fashion by the great Rapid Journey. Fernando Bale maintained …Read More..
CHAMPION sprinter Fernando Bale will be aiming to capture his eighth Group 1 victory on Saturday night when he exits box one in the 2015 invitation-only Topgun at The Meadows. The son of Kelsos Fusileer and Chloe Allen became the …Read More..
DUAL Group 1 winner Keybow will face the starter for the final time when he lines up in Saturday night’s Group 1 Topgun at The Meadows. Trained by Tony Brett, the decision has been made to retire Keybow after …Read More..
Greyhound Box Draw For The Meadows – Saturday, 24 October 2015 Race No. 1Sky Racing (handicap)6:55 PM (VIC time) Handicap event over 725 metres at The meadows Of $10,285 Prizemoney. 1st: $7,200 2nd: $2,060 3rd: $1,025. No.NameGradeFormBestLastTrainer 1TRIBAL FAITH -8m …Read More..
Greyhound Box Draw For Wentworth Park – Wednesday, 21 October 2015 Race No. 1Wentworthpark.com.au Stakes7:08 PM 5 event over 520 metres at Wentworth park Of $4,157 Prizemoney. 1st: $3,168 2nd: $672 3rd: $317. No.NameGradeFormBestLastTrainer 1MAGIC LACEX11731.06Doreen Drynan 2WINSOME ALLY5284NBTTodd Barnes …Read More..
OF course, everyone knows that jumping in front is the way to win greyhound races. But shouldn’t the others be able to have a crack, too? Besides, the spectacle of a big galloper thundering home is loved by all. Those …Read More..
THE thrilling victory by Fernando Bale in the Adelaide Cup was not just a sight to behold in terms of the sensational qualities of this racing phenomenon, but the reaction of the crowd from start to finish made for a …Read More..
CHAMPION sprinter Fernando Bale will have an easy fortnight before tackling the Group 1 Topgun at The Meadows on October 24. Trained by Andrea Dailly, the white and dark brindle superstar demolished a quality line-up in the Group 1 Adelaide …Read More..
FERNANDO Bale will become the first greyhound in the history of the sport to break the elusive $1 million mark if he is able to score in Friday’s Group 1 Adelaide Cup at Angle Park. Trained by Andrea Dailly, the …Read More..
CHAMPION trainer Tony Brett is hopeful his star sprinter Keybow will be able to confirm his spot in this month’s Group 1 Topgun when he contests the Group 3 Gold Coast Cup at Albion Park on Thursday night. The son …Read More..
BRAD Hilly Billy finally broke through for his maiden Group race triumph on the mainland with a tenacious performance in Saturday night’s Group 2 Bob Payne Spring Sprint (520m). Despite a slow beginning, the son of Kinloch Brae and Breakeven …Read More..
THE greyhound racing spotlight will shine on Richmond this Saturday night with the Londonderry track hosting the final of the Group 3 Richmond Oaks over 535 metres. Open for bitches only, Star Torana (box one) and Rue De Kahn (box …Read More..
NAMED after two of the most prominent Chairmans of the Sandown Greyhound Racing Club, Henry Harrison and Geoff Dawson, the Harrison-Dawson will be run as a Group 1 event for the first time in 2015 when the lids fly open …Read More..
Why are Group 1 races the best to bet on? Group 1 races showcase the best product the industry has — proven, fast, tenacious performers that punters can invest their hard-earned coin on. In addition to this, Group 1 races …Read More..
ZIPPING Willow has been officially retired after finishing seventh in a heat of the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. Trained by Jason Mackay, the daughter of Goodesy and Sirocco Lass was having her first …Read More..
WHEN searching for the potential winner of the Golden Easter Egg, the recent history of the event suggests putting a line through the female contenders, unless they happen to be truly exceptional. Seven of the last eight Egg finals have …Read More..
THIS Saturday night, Wentworth Park will host 10 heats of the 2015 Group 1 Golden Easter Egg. The top three from each heat plus the two fastest fourths will progress through to next week’s semi-finals before the $250,000 to-the-winner decider …Read More..
I QUOTED billionaire Warren Buffet the other day when he warned about “arrogance, bureaucracy and complacency” in business. Here’s one reason why I did that. Welcome to the new, updated Tabcorp racing website. It arrived without warning on the morning …Read More..
THE final fields have been announced for three of Australia’s most prestigious invitation-only greyhound races: the Temlee, the Rookie Rebel and the Zoom Top. Each race holds Group 1 status and will be run and won at The Meadows on …Read More..
1998 will always be the year which will be remembered as being dominated by the mighty NSW sprinter Rapid Journey. The fabulous red brindle son of Amerigo Man and Miss Courtney had commenced 1998 in tremendous form for his owner-trainer …Read More..
DESPITE being drawn in an incredibly tough race, grand campaigner On Coin will have plenty of supporters for his heat of the Group 1 Perth Cup at Cannington on Saturday night. John Crossley’s ultra-consistent greyhound will exit box one in …Read More..
Six superb finalists have been announced for the 2014 Victorian Greyhound of the Year with the winner to be announced on Friday, February 20. Three sprinters and three stayers make up the numbers for the prestigious title and, between the …Read More..
Dual Group One winner Buckle Up Wes has been retired after dropping a back muscle in a heat of Saturday night’s Paws of Thunder at Wentworth Park. Trainer Ted Medhurst confirmed his kennel star’s retirement on Sunday, but said the …Read More..