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The quartet was nominated on the back of some big race wins they each accomplished during the month of October.
Incidentally, nominations for November’s People’s Choice for Most Popular Greyhound are now open, so if you’ve noticed an outstanding performance by a greyhound trained in Victoria this month, tell us about it in a personal message on GRV’s Facebook page and that greyhound could be up for voting next time.
Winners go into the running to win the 2014 People’s Choice for Most Popular Greyhound.
Bloodlines: Dec ‘11 Jarvis Bale – Greta Bale
Breeder: Paul Wheeler
Owner: Jan Wheeler
Trainer: Andrea Dailly, Anakie
Won: Group 1 Adelaide Cup (515m)
Undoubtedly one of the fastest greyhounds in Australia, Allen Deed is also one of the most exciting to watch. His come-from-behind Adelaide Cup win was testament to that.
Bloodlines: Jan ‘13 Bartrim Bale – Wicked Witch
Breeder: Ian Garland
Owner: Paul Westerveld
Trainer: Kelly Bravo, Lovely Banks
Won: Cranbourne Puppy Classic (520m)
Exciting prospect who achieved a group win inside her first seven starts, something few greyhounds have done before. She did so in hot company also, defeating other budding stars including Hostile and Dewana Result in 29.71sec.
Bloodlines: May ‘12 Talk’s Cheap – It’s A Neveelk
Breeder/owner: Paul Kleeven
Trainer: Gerry Kleeven
Won: Group 2 Geelong Cup (460m)
Presented trainer Gerry Kleeven with his first group win in the Geelong Cup, and did so amid controversy as the Gippsland trainer crawled out of bed to attend the final due to illness.
Sweet It Is
Bloodlines: Nov ‘11 Mogambo – Off Springer
Breeder: Lenny Jones
Owner: Two Bear’s Syndicate
Trainer: Darren McDonald, Devon Meadows
Won: Group 3 Sydney Cup (720m)
Once again showed her affinity for the big stage when snaring her fourth group victory in the Sydney Cup. And, yes, it took another exhilarating Bold Trease-like performance, coming from about 15 lengths back to win.