Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of runs from around Victoria that have caught the eye over the past fortnight.
#1 YACHI BALE (Box 4)
Breeding: Sep ’20 Allen Deed x Sammy Allen
Trainer: Mark Delbridge, Balliang
Record: 21 starts 8-6-5
Dale says: Yachi Bale was simply enormous in snaring a prelude of the Group 1 Sportsbet Melbourne Cup (515m) by overcoming trouble on the first bend, and again in the back straight, before showing a remarkable will to win.
Yachi Bale secured his berth in Saturday night’s Sportsbet Melbourne Cup Final – the world’s greatest greyhound race – with another eye-catching display in his heat.
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#2 SPANISH MISS (Box 7)
Breeding: Jan ’19 Fernando Bale x El Marny
Trainer: Diane Ireland, Knowsley
Record: 55 starts 13-9-11
Dale says: Spanish Miss loomed large entering the back straight before interference saw her shuffled back to last.
Spanish Miss appeared gone for all money but somehow found a way to pick herself up and ‘come from nowhere’ to score an unlikely win.
Add Spanish Miss to your Blackbook HERE
#3 MOBILE LEGEND (Box 6)
Breeding: Dec ’19 Aston Dee Bee x Weeping Lass
Trainer: Daryl Brennan, Napoleons
Record: 29 starts 12-4-4
Dale says: Mobile Legend produced a dominant display of sustained speed when defeating brilliant pair Head The Charge and Nicolson Bale at Ballarat in the scintillating time of 24.83 seconds (best-of-meeting), just 2.5 lengths off the 450m track record.
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*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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