BELLS Are Ringin may have only had nine starts to date, but that hasn’t stopped her carving out one of the most promising careers in country Victoria.
Already the recipient of $23,505 in prizemoney accumulated from her five straight victories last month – Bells Are Ringin added another notch to her already decorated belt – taking out the Horsham leg of the of the GRV VBIS (0-6 WINS) Distance Final in 32.77sec.
Shooting to the front from box two, Bells Are Ringin put a commanding lead on the pack – repaying the faith of punters that backed her into $1.40 early on.
To add to the class of Tuesday night, Troy Comensoli’s Kraken Conan recorded one of the most impressive victories of the week, saluting in a brilliant 23.21sec. On top of that, Kraken Conan’s triumph came in 8.25 lengths in front of the second runner.
Sisco Wake (pictured), who has won $39,000 in prize money since being sold for just $8,000 at the 2014 Ready 2 Race Sales, put on a brilliant show to score in the best of the night over the 480 metres in 27.36sec.
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Watch: Ready 2 Race greyhound Sisco Wake (6) comes from last to win at Horsham on Tuesday in 27.36 (Best).
BALLARAT was headlined by a thrilling GRV Vic Bred Final, when Brazen Bull emerged victorious from a three-way photo finish.
Trailing through the early stages of the race to One Dee and Monster Deeds, Brazen Bull turned on his engine to storm home and edge in front on the line – scoring in a solid 25.63sec.
The victory marked Brazen Bull’s second win at Ballarat in as many weeks, taking his total standings to 11 wins from 43 starts.
The Ennis kennel has been on fire in recent weeks, with Margins recent triumph in the Victorian National Sprint Final over superstar Fernando Bale still impressing enthusiasts.
But Ballarat saw the emergence of another young star, with Bucky Boy scoring in a flying 25.45sec – a best of the night run over the famous 450 metres.
Marking a quadruple for the Ennis kennels, Spring Missile shot through to score in a flying 22.09sec over the 390 metres. This also marked a double in best of the night runs for Brooke Ennis – whose other winners included Denali Prince and Gaucho.
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WARRNAMBOOL’S Jim & Margo Williams Derby is a staple on the racing calendar each and every year on the south coast, providing fierce competition for local trainers.
Jackson Bell’s Magic Success shot to the front of the pack just before the first split, holding off advances from New Job Jimmy in the home straight to score in a career-best 25.45sec. Impressively, the victory was also the best of the night over the 450 metres (Replay).
Warrnambool’s leg of the GRV VBIS Maiden series took place over the first four races of the evening, with John Magri’s talented Still The One taking out the fastest of the four in a classy 25.50sec.
Race 11 saw the brilliant Cosmic Medusa put on the run of the evening to salute in 22.00sec over the shorter distance of 390 metres. Her victory was spurred on by a mammoth seven-length lead through the middle of the race, which was maintained heading to the line.
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GEELONG was home to a number of exciting contests, with the culmination of the GRV VBIS Maiden Final, and the Hugh Emmerson Memorial – with both races taking place over the 460 metres.
Cutting Edge logged his third win in as many starts, kicking on to take out the $11,710 GRV VBIS Maiden Final. Late advances from So Sack Me and Channing looked to have taken Cutting Edge out of the contest, but he kicked on late to hold a margin of a neck for victory (Replay).
Spectators were then treated to a brilliant run from the classy Azza Azza Azza, who took out the Hugh Emmerson Memorial in a best of the night time of 25.64sec.
The quality of young chasers in western Victoria appears to be at an all-time high, and this was only proven further when Quint Bale took out the Spug Regis @ Stud Grade 5 over the 400 metres in a classy 22.49sec.
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August has been fantastic for racing in western Victoria to date, and it looks set to continue with a number of exciting racing yet to come. I’ll see you back here to wrap it all up next week!
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