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Volume 1 Number 7 Friday November 18, 2016
Greyhound racing at Sandown
Park in Melbourne tonight
features the running of the
world’s richest greyhound race,
the $420,000 to the winner TAB
According to the experts, it’s all
over already with Shootout
winner Zambora Brockie a $2.00
fixed odds favourite to win.
Only two of the runners at $10.00
or better shows just how even the
Have a look at our history of the
great race, starting on page 12.
From the Editor’s Desk Victorian Greyhound Weekly
Friday November 8.
The Melbourne Cup
ADVERTISING MANAGER APPOINTED Victorian Greyhound Weekly
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Graham brings with him
with over 30 years of
involvement with the
Along with being a part owner
of 1995 National Futurity
Group 1 winner Tar Dinn,
Graham has run 10 highly successful Greyhound
Racing Tours to Ireland for the Coursing Derby (watch
this space for details of the next tour in January 2018).
Graham also bred the first ever frozen semen litter
in Queensland as a trial with the then Greyhound Board.
This helped forge the way for the frozen semen
breeding we have today in Australia.
Graham took the opportunity to follow his passion
for greyhound racing, after having worked in senior
positions in a variety of government departments for
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Greyhound Trader with a corporate bookmaker.
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MELBOURNE CUP 2016 is as good as run and won
according to the experts, who with only a couple of
excpetions expect Shootout winner Zambora Brockie
to win, with a wide range of selections to fill the
If he does everything right he should win,
based on times he has a slender margin on Outside
Pass, who hasn’t been done any favours by the box
If Zambora Brockie has any sort of luck in the
first 200 metres, whoever leads could just be giving
him something to chase and run down.
I don’t know the answer, as I’ve said many
times, I don’t pretend to be a great tipster or form
analyst, preferring to concentrate on breeding.
Forced to have a pick I would probably take
the risk on Outside Pass getting across to lead and
prove extremely hard for Zambora Brockie to run
down, with Worm Burner and Ando’s Mac place
Last week I promised to tell you my favourite
Melbourne Cup winner, so can now reveal it is 2003
winner Bombastic Shiraz.
Bombastic Shiraz (March 2001 Black Shiraz x
remains the only
greyhound to win the
Triple Crown, The
Melbourne Cup, Sandown
Shootout and the Topgun
He went on to a fantastic
career at stud, producing
the likes of Miata, Cindeen Shelby, Flashing Floods,
Velocette, Bobby Boucheau, Snozz, Spud Regis,
Lochinvar Marlow, Kiss Me Katut, Miss Slick, Bit
Chili, Regal Thyme, Did I Entertain, Aston Galilee,
Cintiarna, Bookkeeper, Godsend, Ima Geisha Girl,
Alpe D’Huez, Aston Elle, Spring Gun, Nitro Burst,
Tifi, Lord Ducal, Fabregas, Sure As, Nana Cook and
His name comes up so many times, every
week, in our litter registration reviews, and will
continue to do so for many years through the deeds
of his long list of talented offspring.
Victorian Greyhound Weekly is edited and
published by Roger J Clark, PO Box 184, Grantville
Email: [email protected]
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Black dog March 2010 35kg
Go Wild Teddy x Princess Bale
Career Statistics: 14 starts - 13 wins Prizemoney $136,075
Winner 2012 Group 1 Maturity Classic
Track Records: Maitland 450m - 24.90 Bulli 400m - 22.20 (in his maiden)
Superstar who won 13 of 14 starts
Refund (less 10% nil pups) Credit Card facilities available (2% surcharge applies) Contact Paul & Michelle Westerveld 0412 887 226 Email: [email protected]
Also Standing: Bekim Bale ($2750), Dyna Tron ($1650), Dyna Lachlan ($2200), Meticulous ($1500), Path To Power ($1500) and Velocette ($2200).
FERNANDO BALE White & brindle dog 29.7kg March 2013 Kelsos Fusileer* x Chloe Allen
Career Statistics: 44 starts - 35 wins 5 placings Prizemoney $1,299,370 Winner of 8 Group 1 events Including G1 Golden Easter Egg, G1 National Sprint Championship, G1 Maturity Classic, G1 Topgun, G1 Adelaide Cup, G1 Peter Mosman Classic, as well as the G2 Bendigo Cup, G2 Traralgon Cup and the G3 Bill Collins Memorial. Track Records: Bendigo 425m 23.99 Traralgon 525m 29.80
KIOWA PRODUCER* Dark brindle dog 31.5kg April 2011 Dragon Fire x Kay V Sweet Kay
Career Statistics: 94 starts - 50 wins, 19 placings Member of the 2013 All-American team Winner of the 2013 Hollywood World Classic, 2013 Southland Derby and 2013 Chris Callas Memorial Stake. Perfect outcross for Australian bitches Kiowa Producer is undoubtedly one of the best bred American imports to ever stand at stud in Australia. What’s more, Kiowa Producer has the racetrack record to back up that claim, when you consider his overall record of 94 starts for 50 wins (Yes, 50 wins!) 15 seconds and four thirds.
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FABREGAS Black dog October 2010 36.5kg Bombastic Shiraz x Wicked Witch
Career Statistics: 13 starts - 12 wins Prizemoney: $131,055 Winner 2012 Group 1 National Sprint Championship He was a superstar on the track and he is now A superstar sire - Leading AGRA Sire of the year for 2016
Fabregas……….. Built for speed!
Breeding and trainers of last week’s metropolitan winners. Victoria, NSW and South Australia
Angle Park - Monday November 7 1. Molly Be Nimble (Nitro Burst x Hope's Up)
2. Honky Tonk Gal (Bella Infrared* x Honky Tonk
Girl) B. Lenehan
3. Chichi Bale (Dyna Nalin x Dyna Erina) W. Matcott
4. Purpose Driven (Bekim Bale x Alana Blues)
5. Aston Kody (Collision x Aston Elle) T. Murray
6. Roc The Belvue (Bekim Bale x Alana Blues)
7. On Fire (Bekim Bale x Alana Blues) C. Butcher
8. Penny Maker (Nitro Burst x Hope's Up) N. Price
9. Nureyev (Bekim Bale x Dance Token) R. Murray
10. Bathtub Teddy (All Is Cool x Grumpy Snappa)
11. Babylon Redeemer (Heston Bale x Indeed I Do)
Angle Park - Tuesday November 8 1. Tazzy Tonk (Bella Infrared* x Honky Tonk Girl)
2. Son Of Hayride (Glen Gallon Hayride Rosie)
3. Gamer Bale (Dyna Nalin x Dyna Erina) W. Matcott
4. Haboob (Dustnado x Belle's Flyer) R. Mckellar
5. Long Gully Emma (Djays Octane* x Long Gully
Libby) P. Hearnden
6. Lady Wolf (Spring Gun x As It Goes (R. Mackellar
7. Tronald Trump (Dyna Tron x Mizuno Bale) S. Gray
8. Allen Gantz (Swift Fancy x Ellen Bale) W. Matcott
9. What's Up Herbie (Nitro Burst x Bernie Mac)
10. Nit Noi (Where's Pedro x Midnight Queen)
11. Macaloney (Premier Boloney x Avery Bale)
12. Gunner Molly (Lochinvar Marlow x Molly Molloy)
Angle Park - Wednesday November 8 1. Hayride Rampe (Glen Gallon x Hayride Rosie)
2. Lilly Choo (Barcia Bale x Smokey Conquest)
3. Crunchin' Numbers (Elite State x Mighty Chaos)
4. Risque Business (Djays Octane* x Mepunga Nicky)
5. Dry Your Eyes (Cosmic Rumble x Daintree Jewel)
6. Emerley Dryad (Magic Sprite x Emerley Belle)
7. Bekalia's Freak (Bekim Bale x Dyna Kalia) M. Doyle
8. Mr. Arjay (Magic Sprite x Mingle) C. Swain
9. Bluestone (Kalden Komoto x Frantic Fusion)
10. Magic Train (Train A Journey x Arabian Magic Tu)
11. Velocity Mystic (Magic Sprite x Velocity Zip
12. Jack In Black (Where's Pedro x Cool In Blue)
Wentworth Park - Wednesday November 8 1. Queen Taro (Dyna Tron x Miss Taro) J. Foley
2. Lochinvar Holly (Lochinvar Marlow x Midnight
3. Finding Mo (Fabregas x Queen's Gate) E. Borg
4. Lochinvar Armour (Magic Sprite x Multicam Girl)
5. Hooter Harnett (Oaks Road x Mulberry Street)
6. Maya Herrera (Where's Pedro x Tifia) G. Edwards
7. Girl In Gold (Barcia Bale x Elite Tarawi) M. Manuel
8. However Humble (Kinloch Brae* x Desiderata)
9. Kilkee May (Kinloch Brae* x Sweet Melon) S. Kirby
10. Megsie Marble (High Earner x Secret Marble)
The Meadows (MEP) - Wednesday November 8
1. Dyna Yatul (SH Avatar* x Searle Bale) A. Dailly
2. Galloping Fantom (Black Magic Opal x Sips Her
Latte) R. Conway
3. Summer Nights (Collision x Noaki Pace) R. Moore
4. Lektra Rustler (Fabregas x Lektra Angie) A. Dailly
5. Shocking Onyx (Barcia Bale x Benalla Doll)
6. Jewel Fantasy (Razldazl Jayfkay* x Fantasy
Diamond) R. Brewer
7. Paua To Rush (Barca Bale x Paua To Terrify)
8. White Bandit (Swift Fancy x August Rose)
9. Vostok (Oaks Road x Full Noise Turbo) A. Langton
10. Kappow (Bombast Shiraz x Smashing Amy)
11. City And Colour (Fabregas x Punch One Out)
12. Art Noveau (Barcia Bale x Zelemar Fever)
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BREEDING OF LAST WEEK’S
METROPOLITAN WINNERS. Continued
Angle Park - Thursday November 10
1.Signal Peak (Cape Hawke x Rustic Reeta)
2. High Eden Snow (Banjo Boy x Zardae) J. Jones
3. Westy Bob (Falcon x Contrary Mary) M. Payne
4. Wilba Beast (El Galo x Mighty Chaos) B. Rawlings
5. Mrs Bubbles (El Grand Senor x Kiowa Angel)
6. Zipping Bianca (Mantra Lad x Zipping Catra)
7. Total Shambles (Oaks Road x Tinashe Bale) A. Fry
8. Fly As One (Lochinvar Marlow x Yorklea Sunset)
9. Go You Girl (Bekim Bale x Runaway Promises)
10. Sutton Steele (Dyna Lachlan x Asterix) A. Modra
11. Coast (Premier Boloney x Avery Bale) R. Mackellar
Breeding & trainers of winners 1. Ready To Mingle (Jagger Swagger x Oh So Sweet)
2. High Delight (Lochinvar Marlow x Delightful Bond)
3. Cool Ruler (Lochinvar Marlow x Trumps) L. Harris
4. Zulu Hercules (Zulu Zeus x Fancy Mandy)
5. Lizard Spock (Lochinvar Marlow x Eustace
Diamond) T. Rasmussen
6. Sorceress Bale (Adios Alonso x Shereen Bale)
7. Wayne's Error (Spring Gun x Magic Castle)
8. Betty's Hotpot (Magic Sprite x Annie Walker)
9. Rockstar Elle (Barcia Bale x Parisette) S. Gray
10. Baa Baa Ra (Lochinvar Marlow x Classic Ice)
11. Long Gully Gilly (Djays Octane* x Long Gully
12. Penny Maker (Nitro Burst x Hope's Up) N. Price
Four winners for the beautifully bred, under-rated sire,
Lochinvar Marlow (July 2007 Bombastic Shiraz x
Sensation Lee), whose dam is by Brett Lee x
Sandown - Friday November 11 1. It's A Bird (Hondo Black x It's A Blur) W. Vassallo
2. Ramifications (Barcia Bale x Disco Girl) J. Britton
3. Ando's Mac (El Grand Senor x Brook's Doll)
J. Mackay 29.64
4. Worm Burner (Oaks Road x Little Looper)
C. Butcher 29.30
5. Barton Bale (Vee Man Vane x Darya Bale)
B. Shillington 28.72
6. Zambora Brockie (Nitro Burst x Flying Liddy)
A. Azzopardi 29.06
7. Jesaulenko (College Causeway* x Elite Fairy)
T. Morris 29.31
8. Matt Machine (SH Avatar* x Love To Rock)
J. Ennis 29.39
9. Outside Pass (Head Bound* x Tina's Show)
T. Apap 29.13
10. Tripum (Collision x Surin' Sal)
D. Russell 29.52
11. It's A Fling (Collision x It's A Blur) W. Vassallo
12. Caco Potion (Kilty Lad x Shifty Mifty) S. Cassar
Fastest Heat Winner - Zambora Brockie 29.06 (Box 6)
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BREEDING OF LAST WEEK’S
METROPOLITAN WINNERS. Continued
Wentworth Park - Saturday November 12 1. Chaser (Knocka Norris x Physical) M. Gatt
2. Prevail (Collision x Provoked) C. Chappelow
3. Gunnadoo Cove (Shakey Jakey x Cruze) J. Heard
4. Kim's Love (Brett Lee x Songar Mini Mag)
5. Aston Ebert (Magic Sprite x Aston Carmelia)
6. Good Odds Regina (Don't Knocka Him x Noir Rose)
7. Moonstone Kahn (Premier Fantasy x Surpassing)
8. Mack Tux (Lochinvar Marlow x Oxley Falcon)
9. Fullstop Period (Oaks Road x Rug Rose) M. Gatt
10. Rodeo Sweetheart (Dyna Tron x Lucinda Jane)
The Meadows - Saturday November 12
1. Allen Boydy (Djays Octane x Brenna Bale)
2. Sooty Epsom (Ronan Izmir x Tinker's Rebel)
3. Woof Combo (Shifty Sticka x Stenwick) S.
4. Aston Ah Chee (Collision x Aston Elle) P. Daparin
5. Quina Bale (KC And All x Amity Bale) S. Ferguson
6. Eddie Eagle (Barcia Bale x Lara's Rock) B. Ennis
7. Resident Djay (Djays Octane x Witch's Potion)
8. Promises Kept (Premier Boloney x Little Miss
Mary) J. Borg
9. Allen Membo (Turanza Bale x Ucme Typhoon)
10. Reality Shintaro (Indigo Flame) G. Burke
11. Nangar Range (Primo Uno x Fancy Liza)
12. Kirk Bale (Djays Octane x Krisa Bale)
Sandown - (SAP) Sunday November 13 1. Hosting (Zulu Zeus x Mosel) J. Cottrell
2. Extreme Magic (Black Magic Opal x Outlandish)
3. Vostok (Oaks Road x Full Noise Turbo) A. Langton
4. Stevron Autos (Cape Hawke x Oh Bailes) J. Olsen
5. Still The One (Magic Sprite x Live In Reality)
6. Allen Portland (Turanza Bale x Ucme Typhoon)
7. Telarah Flash (Lochinvar Marlow x Lilley's Flash)
8. Tuxedo Black (Brett Lee x Until Then) G. Rounds
9. Xavier Kelton (Farley Blitz* x Paris Montana)
10. Electromagnetic (Bella Infrared* x Fantasy
11. Quotation Mark (Lochinvar Marlow x Guacamole)
12. Hit The Highway (Oaks Road x Full Noise Turbo)
THIS week’s review of litters selected from the
Victorian Litter Registrations list for the week ending
October 31, begins with a nice litter of ten pups by the
beautifully bred, highly rated stud prospect, Banjo Boy
(April 2011 Vee Man Vane x Off Sprinter).
Registered by Tatura breeder, David Warburton,
the four dogs and six pups in the litter are from the well
bred bitch, Fire Stricker (February 2010 Bombastic
Shiraz x Tasman Queen), whose dam is by Where’s
Pedro x Juney Reltub (Placard x Moontide).
She is from a litter which included Latifi Shiraz,
Lilly Reltub, Ozzie Reltub, Quamey Reltub, Rhett
Reltub and Tasman Chance. Continued page 7
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Talking Breeding with Roger Clark
Their dam, Tasman Queen also produced winners from
both of her other litters, whelped in May 2009 by Big
Daddy Cool and July 2011 by Hurricane Luke.
Fire Stricker was lightly raced, with her 13 starts
resulting in a win over 450 metres at Shepparton
(26.19), where she was also placed twice and placed
over 390 metres, with additional placings over 425
metres and 500 metres at Bendigo.
Her breeding career got off to a great start, with
ten named from her first litter, all winners, Dougies
Cactus, Jodie’s Knee, Omamori, Sonnys Tas, Tat Bazza,
Tat Duke, Tat Jocko, Tat Monnie, Tat Molly and
Wolfpack, who were whelped in February 2013 by
She has since whelped a litter of five dogs and five
bitches, born in March 2013, by Barcia Bale.
Exciting litter NEXT we have a nice litter of eight pups by the
consistently successful sire, Bekim Bale (October 2009
Bartrim Bale x Amelia Bale).
Registered by Woddleigh breeder, Cassandra
James, for the James Family syndicate, the three dogs
and five bitches are from the beautifully bred bitch, Paua
To Excite (November 2011 El Grand Senor x Paua To
Terrify), whose dam is by Spiral Nikita* x Paua To
Burn (Awesome Assassin x Alice Cooley).
She is from a litter which included Critical Path,
Disappear, Kingburi, Paua To Charge, Paua To Thrill,
Senor Pete and To Seven Eleven.
Their dam, Paua To Terrify, also produced
winners from each of her four other litters, by Barcia
Bale, Fabregas, Fear Zafonic* and Knocka Norris.
On the track, Paua To Excite raced 23 times for
the good record of nine wins and two placings, winning
twice over 400 metres at Warragul (22.71), with single
wins over 300 metres (16.89) and 350 metres (19.56) at
Healesville, 450 metres at Shepparton (25.42), 425
metres at Bendigo (25.42), 390 metres at Ballarat
(22.24), 400 metres at Geelong (22.49) and 520 metres
at Dapto (30.28).
She has one previous litter on file, five dogs and three
bitches, whelped in August 2015 by Goodesy.
HAZELWOOD breeder, Sandra Collins has a lovely
litter of nine pups on the list this week, by 2013
Melbourne Cup winner, Black Magic Opal (May 2011
Magic Sprite x Awesome Opal).
The five dogs and four bitches in the litter are
from the very well bred, Group 1 winner, Cintiarna
(October 2010 Bombastic Shiraz x Hello Sienna), whose
dam is by Bond x Hello Gal (Galilee* x Hello Kate).
She is from a handy litter, which included Cuzin
Bob, Hello Good Bye, Hot Wine, Kaamana, Kimetski,
Willola, Let’s Say Hello and Sweet Sun, with their dam,
Hello Sienna, producing some good winners from her
four other litters, by Barcia Bale, Bekim Bale, Premier
Fantasy* and Pure Octane.
Cintiarna raced 58 times for the very good record
of 23 wins and 14 placings, winning five times over 515
metres at Sandown (29.34), where she also won over
595 metres (34.20), four times over 525 metres at The
Meadows (29.76), where she also won twice over 600
metres (34.33), five times over 520 metres at
Cranbourne (29.83), twice over 520 metres at Geelong
(30.03), twice over 515 metres at Angle Park (29.53)
and also over 513 metres at Traralgon (29.76) and 530
metres at Canberra (30.50).
She won the Group 1 Temlee at The Meadows
(29.76) and was a finalist three times at Group level, in
the Group 1 Australian Cup, Group 2 Laurels and Group
3 Canberra Cup.
She has some good winners on file from her first
litter, whelped in May 2014 by Barcia Bale, which
included Even Keel, Miss Cintiarna, Receptive, Rubica,
Rhyan’s Request, Segovia and Tycore Lad.
Her second litter, whelped in February 2015, by
Djays Octane*, produced six dogs and three bitches, so
she certainly has some well bred youngsters on the
ground to follow up the success of her first litter.
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Black Magic Opal
Nine for Hooksy TATURA BREEDER, Maxwell Auld has our next litter
for review, which is a nice litter of nine pups by well
bred, under-rated stud prospect, Hooksy (March 2012
Hondo Black* x Uno Witch.
The five dogs and four bitches are from the
beautifully bred bitch, Lavana (January 2009 Collision
x Token Whiz), whose dam is by Token Prince x Little
Whiz (Light Of Fire x Grove Whiz) and worth
recalling, Grove Whiz is by Grove Whisper* x Gee
Whiz (Tempix x Marungi Band).
Lavana is from a handy litter, which included
Erosion, Grace Hill, Have A Yap, Mr Meana, No
Repayments and Sultan Sea.
Their dam, Token Whiz also produced some very
good winners from each of her five other litters, by
Bombastic Shiraz, Dyna Lachlan, Kiowa Sweet Trey*,
Premier Fantasy* and Where’s Pedro.
On the track she raced 81 times for the handy
record of 12 wins and 27 placings, winning six times
over 720 metres at Wentworth Park (42.33), where she
also won over 520 metres (31.02), three times over 600
metres at Dapto (34.63), where she also won over 520
metres (30.18) and won over 695 metres at Bulli
She was a finalist in the 2012 Group 1
Association Cup at Wentworth Park and was a model of
consistency through her career, as evidenced by her 12
wins and 27 placings.
She has produced some very good winners from
her first litter, whelped in January 2013 by College
Causeway*, which included Abbie’s Girl, Beyond
Rapid, College Boyz, Elbow Room, Majak Attack,
Palm Tee, Urban Chic and Wallen Joe.
She has five named offspring on file from her
second litter, or four dogs and seven bitches, whelped in
October 2014 by Cosmic Rumble and they are, Beltorn,
Findiesel, Scott Cosmic, Scott Seoul and Weldun Sun.
Two Kinloch Brae litters TWO nice litters on the list this week by international
stud success, Kinloch Brae* (August 2005 Craigie Mo
Town x Greys Free Style).
Longlea breeder, Ian Harland has the first of the
two litters, which has six dogs and three bitches, from
the beautifully bred, unraced bitch, Wicked Princess
January 2013 Bartrim Bale x Wicked Witch), whose
dam is by Larkhill Jo* x Witch Magic (Awesome
Assassin x Star Witch).
She is from a very good litter, which included
Disco Rain, Ollington, Secret Spell and Some Tricks,
and she is a half sister to National Sprint Championship
winner, now stud success, Fabregas (October 2010 x
Bombastic Shiraz), amongst a long list of winners from
her dam’s five other litters, by Bombastic Shiraz, Dyna
Lachlan, Hallucinate, Meticulous and Turanza Bale.
Wicked Princess has one named offspring on file,
Boston Flyer, who is from her litter of six dogs and four
bitches, by Cosmic Rumble, whelped in January 2015.
Elliminyt breeder, Ross Brook has the other
Kinloch Brae* litter, which has three dogs and three
bitches, from another beautifully bred bitch, Witch On
Wheels (August 2009 Bombastic Shiraz x Sionara
Baby), whose dam is by Big Daddy Cool x Dash Of
Burgundy (Royal Assassin x Minnesota Babe) and
worth recalling, Minnesota babe is by the successful
imported sire, Balligari* x Gravel Rash (Brother Fox x
She is from a very good litter of eleven named,
which included, Double Jeopardy, Eagle Returns, Full
Noise Turbo, Innocent Baby, Karanii, Kasundi,
Maximum Reality, Midnight Poison, Riley Mak, and
Interesting looking through that list of her litter
mates, Full Noise Turbo had a winning double at
Sandown last Sunday (see results page 6) with Vostok
and Hit The Highway, who are from her litter by Oaks
Sionara Baby also has winners on file from her
two other litters, whelped in March 2011 by Premier
Fantasy* and December 2014 by Set Sail South.
Witch On Wheels, who was a finalist in the
Group 1 Albion Park Gold Cup, raced 48 times for 11
wins and 21 placings, winning four times over 720
metres at Wentworth Park (42.42), where she also won
over 520 metres (30.22), twice over 618 metres at
Richmond (35.78), twice over 710 metres at Albion
Park (42.21) and also over 520 metres at Nowra
She has two named offspring on file, Flaming
Sahara and In Kev’s Shed, from her January 2014 litter
by Where’s Pedro, and she also has a litter of three dogs
and seven bitches on file by Zulu Zeus, whelped in
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NSW Whelping Report
TURNING our attention to the NSW Whelping Report
For the week ending July 17, we start of review of the
four litters, with two litters by top Victorian
metropolitan sire Barcia Bale (March 2010 Go Wild
Teddy x Princess Bale).
The B.W Ward Syndicate from Chipping Norton
has the first of the two litters, which should create
plenty of interest from potential buyers with future
breeding in mind, with the one dog and seven bitches,
from the beautifully bred bitch, Glama Pak (March 2011
(Where’s Pedro x Tifi), whose dam is by Bombastic
Shiraz x Chili Berger (Elle’s Commando x Alice
She is from her dam’s first Where’s Pedro litter,
which included Double Twist, Mr. Tif, Saint Tifi,
Somebody Tifi, Stiff Arm, Tifi For Me and Where’s
Their consistent producing dam, Tifi, has three
named offspring on file from her second Where’s Pedro
litter, whelped in February 2015, and has good winners
on file from her three other litters, whelped in May 2010
and December 2012 by Collision and January 2012 by
Glama Pak raced 35 times for 13 wins and five
placings, winning six times over 520 metres at Dapto
(29.72), where she also won twice over 600 metres
(34.67), three times over 515 metres at Gosford (29.76)
and twice over 520 metres at Wentworth Park (30.08).
Marsden Park breeder, Joshua Farrugia, has the
other Barcia Bale litter, which has two dogs and four
bitches, from the very well bred, imported bitch,
Razldazl Mookai (April 2013 Kinloch Brae* x Razldazl
Alice), whose dam is by Razldazl Billy x Razldazl Pearl
(Larkhill Jo x Lughill Rose).
Razldazl Mookai raced
only once, over 460 metres at
Geelong in July, 2015 when
Her dam has produced
winners from two Kinloch
Brae* litters and another, by
Magic litter LEMON TREE breeder, Morgan Fenwick-Benjes has
our next litter for review, which has nine pups by
recently retired, champion sprinter, Dyna Double One
(March 2013 Barcia Bale x Crystin Bale).
The six dogs and three bitches are from the well
bred bitch, Kwik Magic (November 2009 Surf Lorian x
Super Toots), whose dam is by Go Wild Teddy x Burn
The Turn (Light Of Fire x Azz I Fly).
She is from a litter of five named, which included
Miss Maud, Sunday Silence, Super Turn and Sirfin’
Blue, with their dam also producing winners from her
other litters on file, by Knocka Norris, Oh Watta Nite
and Vee Man Vane.
On the track she raced 21 times for one win and
eight placings, winning over 315 metres at
Coonabarabran, with placings there, and also over 400
metres at The Gardens, 450 metres at Maitland, 400
metres at Gosford, 301 metres at Coonamble, 302
metres at Moree and 311 metres at Mudgee.
She has one named offspring, Supreme Marlo,
from her October 2014 litter of four bitch pups, by
Four for Eliza DUBBO breeder, Charmaine Roberts has our final litter
for review this week, which had three dogs and one
bitch, by Fernando Bale (March 2013 Kelsos Fusileer*
x Chloe Allen), from the well bred bitch Eliza Blanche
(July 2012 Radley Bale x Jackpot Return), whose dam
is by Bombastic Shiraz x Call Me Cash (Brett Lee x
She is from a litter of five named, which included
Radley Return, Radley’s Jackpot, Steelie Princess and
Truly Unique, with the dam producing winners from
both of her other litters, whelped in October 2011 by El
Galo and July 2013 by Don’t Knocka Him.
On the track she raced 25 times for 13 wins and
six placings, winning three times over 525 metres at
The Meadows (29.82), where she also won three times
over 600 metres (34.19) and finished third in the Group
1 Hume Cup, three times over 520 metres at
Cranbourne (30.18), with single wins over 515 metres at
Sandown (29.59), where she also won over 595 metres
(34.02), 520 metres at Geelong (30.03) and 545 metres
at Ballarat (30.93).
She has one previous litter on file, five dogs and
one bitch, whelped in November 2015, by My Bro
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July 17, 2016
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Stud Service Figures
Victoria - July 2016
STUD Service figures released by GRV for the month
of July, 2016, showed a total of 21 services from 15
Multiple services were recorded in July for the
3 Magic Sprite.
2 Black Magic Opal.
The full list of sires with multiple services in the
seven months January - July are as follows:
18 Fernando Bale and Kinloch Brae*.
17 Barcia Bale.
15 Dyna Double One.
14 Magic Sprite.
8 Banjo Boy and Stagger.
5 My Bro Fabio.
4 Bekim Bale.
3 Bella Infrared*, Black Magic Opal, Cosmic
Rumble, Dyna Tron, Hostile, Kiowa Mon
Manny*, Mogambo and Premier Boloney.
2 Big Daddy Cool, Blue Giant, College Causeway*
Ecehelon, General Destini, Hooksy, Jagger
Swagger, KC And All*, Kiowa Producer*, Nitro
Burst, Oaks Road, Paradise Madison*, Paw
Licking, Smart Missile, Spring Gun, Spud Regis,
Vee Man Vane, Walk Hard and Where’s Pedro.
Let us now look at the full list of all sires with
registered services in Victoria in the seven months
January to July.
The list is in alphabetical order and the two
figures for each sire represent their services in July,
then the seven months January to July.
Allen Deed 0-1; Al Moran 0-1; Arising 0-1;
Banjo Boy 0-8; Barcia Bale 1-17; Bartrim Bale 0-1;
Bekim Bale 0-4; Bella Infrared* 0-3; Ballymac Vic*
0-1; Big Daddy Cool 0-2; Black Magic Opal 2-3; Blue
Giant 0-2; Cape Hawke 0-1; College Causeway* 0-2;
Collision 0-1; Cosmic Rumble 1-3; Cruisy Mission 0-
1; Don’t Knocka Him 0-1; Dyna Double One 1-15;
Dyna Steal 0-1; Dyna Villa 0-1; Dyna Tron 0-3; Early
Return 0-1; Echelon 0-2; Elite State 0-1; Febregas 4-
12; Fernando Bale 1-18; Flying Scott* 0-1; General
Destini 0-2; Goodesy 0-1; Hookys 0-2; Hostile 0-3;
Jagger Swagger 0-2; Jarvis Bale 0-1; Just The Best 0-1;
Kayda Shae 0-1; Kayo Marciarno 1-1; KC And All* 0-
2; Kelsos Fusileer* 0-1; Kilty Lad 0-1; Kinloch Brae*
1-18; Kiowa Mon Manny* 0-3; Kiowa Producer 0-2;
Knocka Norris 0-1; Kynan’s Express 0-1; Lochinvar
Marlow 0-1; Lonesome Cry* 1-1; Magic Sprite 3-14;
Marcus Joe 0-1: Mogambo 1-3; My Bro Fabio 0-5;
Makeshift* 0-1; Milldean Panther* 0-1; Nitro Burst 0-
2; Neb 0-1; Nolen 0-1; Oaks Road 0-2; Paddy’s Flame
0-1; Paradise Madison* 0-2; Paw Licking 0-2; Premier
Boloney 0-3; Premier Fantasy* 0-1; Prince Diablo 0-1;
Rooney 0-1; Razldazl Jayfkay 0-1; Shakey Jakey 1-1;
Sisco Rage 0-1; Smart Missile 0-2; Smoke Home 0-2;
Speed Series 0-1; Spring Gun 0-1; Spud Regis 0-1;
Stagger 1-8; Superman 1-1; Swift Fancy 0-1; Taylors
Sky* 0-1; Tommy Brislane 0-1; Turanza Bale 0-1;
Vapour Whirl 0-1; Vee Man Vane 0-2; Walk Hard 0-2;
Westmead Osprey* 0-1; Where’s Pedro 1-2 and Zulu
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UNLIKE the Group 1 Melbourne Cup final, the Bold
Trease Final it a little more open and the winner looks
even harder to find.
The experts are divided in their opinion between
It’s A Bird, Ramifications and Jaimandy Hatty.
The interesting runner in the race is Caco Potion
(December 2013 Kilty Lad x Shifty Mifty), whose dam
is by Paddy’s Flame x Perfect Coctail (Big Daddy Cool
x Cawbourne Smokey).
He is from his dam’s only litter to date, which
includes Kilty Conscience, Mendacious Lad, My
Name’s Shultz, Shifty Joshua and Showgirl Miss, all
handy short course sprinters, like their dam.
Shifty Mifty raced 79 times for 11 wins and 26
placings, but 400 metres was as far as she was
Kilty Lad has thrown a few middle distance and
700 metre plus winners, but the majority of his winners
have been smart 515 to 525 metre winners, like the
brilliant Kayda Shae, Kilty Express, Kiltah Magic,
Crackerjack Max, and Crackerjack Burn.
Caco Potion is the only greyhound in the kennel
of his young trainer, Stefano Cassar, and to date he has
raced 47 times for nine wins and 16 placings.
His 42.19 heat win was only his second start over
715 metres, after striking plenty of trouble in his first
start there over the distance on October 6, when sixth,
beaten eight lengths, but he is sure to improve on last
week’s run, and looks to have an outside chance in the
race, appealing at the $15 on offer early in the week.
The Bold Trease Honour Roll
The Bold Trease is named
after Australia’s greatest
Bold Trease (March 1984
Roy Trease x Irish
Temptress), whose dam was
by the great Benjamin John
x Court Rosie (Venetion Court x Karossie), who won
four consecutive Sandown Cups from 1986 to 1989, a
feat which is never likely to be achieved again.
He was just an absolute freak stayer, the likes of which
has not been since, maybe never will. Roger Clark
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Group 1 Bold Trease Preview.
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This week’s Nostalgia relates to the 1978
Melbourne Cup launch. Brings back
memories of a great greyhound man.
If you have a Nostalgia contribution
The late, great greyhound administrator Henry Harrison, with the 1978 Melbourne Cup.
Henry Harrison’s greyhound racing passion dates back
to the 1920s, initially as a typical punter and owner-
breeder. He witnessed his first Melbourne Cup, in the
proprietary days of the sport, at Napier Park in 1927.
When the race shifted to Sandown Park in 1956,
with the introduction of the tin hare, Harrison was a
powerful force in developing its status.
Harrison was appointed to the Sandown Grey-
hound Racing Club committee in 1959 and elected
chairman in 1964, a position he held for 23 years.
His son-in-law Geoff Dawson (the incumbent
SGRC chairman, who was elected following Harri-
son’s retirement from the club’s directorate in 1987)
recalls the first time he met a giant among men – and
set eyes on his daughter Loretta, who later became his
wife. “I was a harness bookmaker’s runner at the
Showgrounds in the early 1950s. I went around the
back of the grandstand and Henry was there with his
daughter Loretta. I thought ‘she’s not a bad sort’, so I
kept going around the back to put some more bets on.”
Harrison’s greatest achievement, in Dawson’s
opinion, was the negotiation of TAB coverage for
greyhound racing through his powerful connections in
the racing industry and with high ranking state politi-
cians. “He was extremely convincing, and I don’t think
the SGRC would be here today without his influence,”
Dawson said. “He even purchased a thoroughbred
from Sir Chester Manifold, just to speak to him about
his main objective: getting the tote for the grey-
Henry was a very fair and genuine person. He
loved his family; he was a real honourable man,” Daw-
son said. Henry Harrison passed away peacefully in his
sleep on Sunday September 18, 2005 - aged 91.
Read more about this great man of greyhound
Now on to the history of his favourite race,
The Melbourne Cup.
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The Melbourne Cup History Continued
SA GAP News
GAP SA is holding an Adoption Day this Saturday
the 19th from 12pm to 3pm at Angle Park.
Come along to learn more about us and maybe even
meet your new best friend! You’re welcome to bring
your own dogs to see how they all get along if you’re
keen to adopt on the day. Our team of staff and
volunteers will be on hand to answer all your
For more information
please call the GAP SA
office on 8243 7124 or email
Vale Stewart Muir
It is with great sadness that Greyhound Racing
Victoria announces that long time Horsham
Greyhound Racing Club and GRV employee
Stewart Muir lost his battle with illness on
Wednesday November 2.
Stewart was employed as a Club Steward for
many years at the Horsham GRC before starting as a
casual Steward with GRV in the early 1990s, a role he
held for over 25 years.
A highly respected member of the Horsham
community and within the greyhound racing industry,
Stewart was considered a great colleague and friend
to many within the industry and all that met him were
blessed by his incredibly sweet, warm and gentle
nature, sense of humour and intellect.
He will be sadly missed.
Our deepest thoughts go out to his wife Cheryl and
children. A service was held on Tuesday, November
8, at the Horsham Uniting Church.
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BRED TO WIN Our weekly selection of
greyhounds to follow, based on
their breeding and recent
(Black bitch, December 2014 Crump x Inside Trader)
Trained at Lara by Jessica Sharp, has only raced six
times for a win and one placing.
Won over 400 metres at Geelong, November 8, by
1.34 lengths over Snow Osti, in 22.67, before stepping
up in class and distance when finished a luckless last
over 515 metres at Sandown (SAP) in the race won by
Extreme Magic (29.71).
She will be all the better for the experience of that
run and won’t be long winning again.
(Black bitch, February 2015 Premier Fantasy* x
Trained at Lara by David Geall and shows
promise after ten starts for three wins and three
Won from box 6 over 460 metres at Geelong on
October 14 (25.52) before fourth and fifth over 450
metres at Shepparton.
Stepped up to 515 metres at Sandown (SAP), box
three when third in the race won by Hit The Highway
(29.77), beaten 4.5 lengths.
Good effort and will be better for the run over that
READY TO MINGLE
(White and black bitch, January 2015 Jagger Swagger x
Oh So Sweet).
Trained at Raymond Barkla, at Virginia in SA and
raced for the first time on November 11, over 388
metres at Angle Park.
Came from box three and proved too good for
Sandy Lagoon and another first starter Tyla Grace,
Good first up and should add to that success
before too long, well done Raymond.
Honcho Classic (Head Honcho x Sure Lass)
Any Time Soon (Staplers Jo x Toss Spirit)
52 Starts 14 wins 23 placings
Won 2009 Group 1 Belfred Stakes, and 2008 Group 3
Kasco Stakes, with placings at Group level.
Outstanding winning percentage as a sire.
$700 Frozen, Bendigo or Sandown
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