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‘King of Kings’

The popular ‘King of Healesville’ and ‘Queen of Healesville’ concept resulted in ‘right royal’ straight track racing on Sunday.

Last Hurrah was a ‘king of kings’, while Aston Meilleur was a ‘queen of hearts’ in their divisional finals.

Trained by Brett Nye, Last Hurrah ($3.50F) stormed home to win the ‘Kings’ final (350m) by nearly one length in 19.19sec (Best).

WATCH: Last Hurrah (2) storm home in the ‘Kings of Healesville’ final.

The David Condon-trained Aston Meilleur ($4.70) proved too classy in the ‘Queens’ final (350m), scoring by almost one and three-quarter lengths in 19.26sec.

WATCH: Aston Meilleur (8) prove too classy in the ‘Queens of Healesville’ final.

‘Kings’ – Last Hurrah (19.19sec), Eye Catcher (19.25), Off An’ Gone (19.26) and Superior Bont (19.35).

‘Queens’ – Aston Meilleur (19.26sec), Busy Bella (19.38), Simply Smarter (19.38) and Sparkle Motion (19.40).

The ‘Top 4’ in the ‘Kings’ final and the ‘Top 4’ in the ‘Queens’ final will clash in a $5,000-to-the-winner ‘Battle of the Sexes’ – the Kings v Queens final – at Healesville on Sunday, January 26.

David Condon will have a dual chance in the final with Aston Meilleur and Superior Bont.

A thunderstorm hit Healesville mid-afternoon causing flash flooding and resulting in the cancellation of Race 12.

Peter Quilty
About Peter Quilty - Has more than three decades of experience as assistant editor of Victorian Greyhound Weekly. He was editor of GRV monthly magazine The Adviser (2001-09) and owner/publisher of Australian Greyhound Monthly. He also served on the selection panel for the inaugural GRV ‘Hall of Fame’ inductees and for several years was an adjudicator on the Victorian GOTY. He’s also published greyhound racing yearbooks and wrote the ‘Bold Trease’ video script.
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