Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of runs from around Victoria that have caught the eye over the past fortnight.
#1 UNLEASH COLLINDA (Box 2)
Breeding: Apr ’20 Beast Unleashed x Audacious Bell
Trainer: Jason Thompson, Pearcedale
Record: 21 starts 14-3-1
Dale says: Unleash Collinda somehow broke his existing track record over 300m at Healesville by more than two lengths in a mind-boggling 16.057 seconds.
How does a dog miss the start, get a bump and still run a time that no other greyhound has even got close to?
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#2 GEO (Box 3)
Breeding: Jan ’20 Bernardo x Dr. Klaas
Trainer: Jennifer Gill, Darriman
Record: 32 starts 10-7-1
Dale says: You would struggle to find too many last-to-first wins in the brief history of the new Traralgon track – particularly over the shorter 350m distance – given it’s a track that lends itself perfectly to front-runners.
This was a super impressive run by Geo as he showed great track sense before powering away to record an eye-catching yet commanding victory.
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#3 AMRON BOY (Box 4)
Breeding: Jul ’20 Zambora Brockie x Miami Fernando
Trainer: Brooke Ennis, Lara
Record: 32 starts 13-9-1
Dale says: This was an extraordinary performance by Amron Boy to finish a narrow runner-up in The Phoenix.
To find the trouble he did and make up serious ground on two of the fastest greyhounds we have seen in recent times in Wow She’s Fast and She’s A Pearl speaks volumes.
All kudos to the winner, however Amron Boy can consider himself super unlucky not to win.
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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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