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Youth sets ‘course’ for bright future

April 12, 2021 Comments Off

By Gerard Guthrie Amid the excitement of the first meeting of the new season being held at Lang Lang this Sunday, the future of coursing in Victoria appears to be in the best and brightest of hands. Each of the ... Read More »

Superstar Simon Told Helen dies

April 12, 2021 Comments Off

By Peter Quilty It was to be a ‘comeback’ to rival Dame Nellie Melba but, tragically, it never eventuated. Superstar Simon Told Helen was on the verge of a sensational return to racing. The reigning Australian Greyhound of the Year ... Read More »

CANINE ‘CYCLOTRON’

CANINE ‘CYCLOTRON’
April 11, 2021 Comments Off

By Greyhound Racing Victoria Has The Watchdog been hit by ‘cosmic rays’? Well, he has ‘extreme energy’ on the chances of Zevatron who has an ability to ‘accelerate particles’. Astrophysics puns aside, Zevatron is ideally drawn in the ‘pink’ alley. ... Read More »

Tiggerlong hot in Perth Cup heats

Tiggerlong hot in Perth Cup heats
April 11, 2021 Comments Off

By Peter Quilty Young Anakie trainer Correy Grenfell, 27, will take aim at his second Group 1 Perth Cup (520m) victory in three years after Tiggerlong Tonk returned to his brilliant best in Saturday night’s heats at Cannington. Grenfell celebrated ... Read More »

DUNCAN’S ‘ME MATE’?

DUNCAN’S ‘ME MATE’?
April 11, 2021 Comments Off

By Greyhound Racing Victoria Healesville straight track specialist Duncan should be the ‘punters’ mate’, according to The Watchdog. He’s won six from nine (67%) over the 300m trip here, with a flying 16.50sec PB. And overall, he’s notched eight wins ... Read More »

HI HO ‘SILVER’!

HI HO ‘SILVER’!
April 9, 2021 Comments Off

By Greyhound Racing Victoria Potential megastar Silver Lake will play the ‘lone ranger’, according to The Watchdog. He’s only contested nine races for five wins, but the expert form analyst is tipping a sub-29.70sec run could be on the cards ... Read More »

Zipping Rambo’s 595m rampage

April 9, 2021 Comments Off

By Mick Floyd Zipping Rambo announced himself one of the country’s premier middle-distance chasers with a stunning victory at Sandown Park tonight. In what appeared a very even 595m event, Zipping Rambo nailed the start and was a length clear ... Read More »

Hank Hustles into Sandown Cup contention

April 9, 2021 Comments Off

By Greyhound Racing Victoria Hank The Hustler stormed into RSN Sandown Cup calculation with a breathtaking 41.38 gallop at Sandown Park on Thursday night. On a warm night conducive to fast times, Hank The Hustler was sent to the 715m ... Read More »

Pies and Nangar ‘rust-proof’?

Pies and Nangar ‘rust-proof’?
April 9, 2021 Comments Off

By Peter Quilty TAB has put up a $2.50 quote on the Magpies to ‘slingshot’ the GWS Giants and middle-distance revelation Nangar Rust to win at The Meadows on Saturday night. Collingwood is 11th on the AFL ladder, with one ... Read More »

‘King Ferdinand’ rules in Ballarat Cup

‘King Ferdinand’ rules in Ballarat Cup
April 9, 2021 Comments Off

By Peter Quilty All hail ‘King Ferdinand’! The sport has a new sprinting sovereign – Ferdinand Boy. Trained by David Geall, Ferdinand Boy reigned supreme in tonight’s $67,000 Bottle-O Ballarat Cup final (450m). Utilising his favourite draw (Box 8) to ... Read More »