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NEW TRACK RECORD: Donuts on menu at Bendigo on Easter Sunday

No Donuts (Pictured) has added another track record to his impressive resume on Easter Sunday at Bendigo when he scorched around the 660 metre distance in 37.358 seconds.

The Anthony Azzopardi trained chaser shaved 0.003 seconds off Shot To Bit’s record (37.361sec) set in September 2014.

No Donuts also broke the 565 metre track record at Maitland, clocking 31.41sec in November 2015.

Jumping from box 7 in the $17,300 Stayers Cup, No Donuts jumped well from his outside draw, sharing  the lead with Tambay Bale (Box 1) until the duo hit the back straight. The son of Fabregas and Chevy Princess proved his class pulling away to win by 6 lengths to set his first Victorian track record.

WATCH: No Donuts breaks Shot To Bit’s 660 metre Bendigo record on Easter Sunday

No Donuts is no stranger to big events, from 43 starts (23 wins and 9 placings), he has featured in 10 group events, claiming victory in his first Group 1, the $107,000 Sale Cup in December 2015 (Replay).

Bendigo’s Stayers Cup drew a fantastic class of greyhounds including Midwinter, Esparza and Dewana Babe.

The Stayer’s Cup wasn’t the only big money feature event on the cards at Bendigo, the $14,300 Gold Rush Maiden Final (425m) took centre stage.

Nallak took out the Gold Rush feature from box 8 in a best of the day time of 23.84sec.

Trained by Dallas Massina, Nallak’s 2 starts for 2 wins record heading into the feature earned her $2.90 favouritism. Her victory was never in doubt, claiming the lead instantly out of the boxes.

WATCH: Nallak continues her fantastic form, taking out the Gold Rush Maiden Final at Bendigo on Easter Sunday




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