Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of greyhounds to follow from around Victoria. You may even want to add them to your Blackbook account.
Breeding: July ’19 Westmead Hawk x Dyna Gypsy
Trainer: Andrea Daily, Anakie
Record: 12 starts 7-0-1
Comment: Won three of her first four starts over the city sprint distance with impressive come from behind run including a swift 29.97sec victory over 525m at The Meadows. More recently she has made the transition to middle-distance racing with great success, recording four Best of Night wins including a flying last-start all the way win over 600m at The Meadows WATCH. A reliable beginner who races with maturity and versatility beyond her age, I have no doubt that if she stays fit and healthy she can become a regular group race performer over 600m and beyond.
“I have no doubt that if Gypsy Wyong stays fit and healthy she can become a regular group race performer over 600m and beyond.”
WATCH: Gypsy Wyong (2) produced one of the most extraordinary wins of 2021 at Sandown in May.
SHE CAN EXCITE
Breeding: Aug ’19 Orson Allen x Paua To Excite
Trainer: Emily Azzopardi, Rowsley
Record: 15 starts 5-1-3
Comment: Made a moderate start to her career winning two of her first 12 starts but has really gone to a new level in recent times with some eye-catching wins on the provincial circuit. A desperate railer looking for 500m, this improving type is well up to winning in town, particularly if she draws an inside box.
“She Can Excite has gone to a new level in recent times with some eye-catching wins on the provincial circuit.”
WATCH: She Can Excite (7) overcame a moderate start to find the rail and explode to a big win at Warrnambool.
Breeding: July ’19 Mepunga Blazer x Weblec Belle
Trainer: Angela Langton, Anakie
Record: 16 starts 5-2-2
Comment: Absolute amazing talent who was racing without any luck until he put it all together in his scorching 29.65sec win at The Meadows on Saturday night. To put that run into perspective, he ran faster on the night than G1 Maturity winner Qwara Bale (29.93sec) and Speed Star winner Aston Rupee (29.74sec). Still learning, but he has the potential to be one of the nation’s best sprinters.
“To put it in perspective, Weblec Blazer ran faster on the night than Qwara Bale and Aston Rupee.”
WATCH: Weblec Blazer (4) runs a scintillating 29.65sec (Best) on Maturity Classic night at The Meadows.
Breeding: Aug ’19 Fernando Bale x Elevated
Trainer: Harry Manolitsis, Lysterfield South
Record: 2 starts 2-0-0
Comment: Has burst on to the racing scene winning a heat and final of the Vic Breeders Maiden series at Ballarat in a sizzling 25.27sec and 25.01sec respectively. His run in the final would be one of the fastest winning times ever recorded in maiden class at Ballarat. The hype is huge surrounding this potential star and justifiably so.
“Revolution’s run in the final would be one of the fastest winning times ever recorded in maiden class at Ballarat.”
WATCH: Revolution (5) scorches around Ballarat’s 450m circuit, clocking 25.01sec (Best) in a maiden final.
Dale Code is a professional form analyst and son of champion Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, the late Judy Hayley.
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