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Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of runs from around Victoria that have caught the eye over the past fortnight.

#1 SHOWTIME BOOMER (Box 4)
Breeding: Jan ’19 Blazing Bomber x Zipping Emma
Trainer: Claire Allen, Greendale
Record: 41 starts 7-8-5

Dale says:
“Contesting a strong Mixed 4/5 event, Showtime Boomer overcame early trouble and being held up at a vital stage before unwinding with this powerful finishing burst to claim a brilliant last stride victory in an impressive 29.61sec.”     Results

Add Showtime Boomer to your Blackbook HERE

#2 MISTY RAINBOW (Box 7)
Breeding: Jan ’19 Unlawful Entry x Taste Da Rainbow
Trainer: Michael Heydon, Eltham
Record: 13 starts 3-3-4

Dale says:
“A fierce chasing performance combined with speed and power saw Misty Rainbow record this brilliant win. In a desperate attempt to get down to the inside rail Misty Rainbow found bother on multiple occasions, but once balanced she went into overdrive and left her rivals standing as she powered away to a convincing victory. One to add to your Blackbook, particularly if she draws an inside box.”     Results

Add Misty Rainbow to your Blackbook HERE

#3 ASTON RUPEE (Box 5)
Breeding: Apr ’19 KC And All x Aston Miley
Trainer: Glenn Rounds, Pearcedale
Record: 30 starts 17-7-4


Dale says
: “For pure time standard I believe this was the fastest run of the year. Although Aston Rupee smashed the track record earlier last month in 28.79sec, considering the contrasting track conditions where he broke the record on a fast track, his run here of 28.89sec (also the second fastest recorded time at Sandown Park) on a slow track was absolutely off the charts. He absolutely annihilated a quality field to reinforce that he is the fastest dog on the planet.”     Results

Add Aston Rupee to your Blackbook HERE

#4 APACHE RUNNER (Box 2)
Breeding: Apr ’19 Barcia Bale x Apache Dream
Trainer: Chris Johannsen, Devon Meadows
Record: 12 starts 5-1-1

Dale says:
 “After bombing the start, Apache Runner went from last to first in the twinkling of an eye with an unrivalled display of speed in this impressive and comprehensive win over 400m at Warragul in a speedy 22.63sec.”     Results

Add Apache Runner to your Blackbook HERE

*Dale Code is a professional form analyst and son of champion Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, the late Judy Hayley, who engineered one of the greatest all time come-from-behind group wins when Devastate took out the 1989 Traralgon Cup. Click HERE to watch (box 7)

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