By Peter Quilty
Midnight Monarch is a ‘social outcast’ to the other greyhounds at Sale trainer Chris Tilley’s property.
But the racetrack is where he’s interested in winning the ‘popularity stakes’.
“He’s a bit of an outsider here, as the other greyhounds are all littermates and have grown up together,” Tilley, 73, said.
With New South Wales greyhound racing moving to a regional model and its city track Wentworth Park temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Midnight Monarch was transferred to Victoria.
He was initially targeted for the Bendigo Gold Rush Maiden series (425m) during Easter, but the series was postponed. (It has now been rescheduled Read full article