• Monday, 10 Apr, 2023,
  • by Greyhound Racing Victoria

In case you missed it – Kelsey Bale, Alfie Moon and Mepunga Warrior

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

#1 KELSEY BALE (Box 7)
Breeding: Jun ’20 Feral Franky x Ethla Allen
Trainer: Daniel Gibbons, Avalon
Record: 59 starts 19-6-7

Dale says: No stranger to this column with unbelievable wins in the RSN Silver Bullet and Australian Cup Consolation in recent months.

However, this victory in the Ballarat Cup Final, given the position she was in, the quality of opposition and to run the time she did (25.14 seconds) makes this the best run I have ever witnessed.


Add Kelsey Bale to your Blackbook HERE

#2 ALFIE MOON (Box 5)
Breeding: Jan ’20 Fernando Bale x Psychotic Gold
Trainer: Jessica Hopkins, Junction Village
Record: 44 starts 8-15-6

Dale says: Very rare to find an on-the-speed runner find bother and come from last to win, but that’s exactly what “Alfie” did in this eye-catching victory.


Add Alfie Moon to your Blackbook HERE

Breeding: Mar ’19 Fernando Bale x Mepunga Rosie
Trainer: Jeffrey Britton, Anakie
Record: 94 starts 25-21-19

Dale says: Contesting his 94th race in the Group 3 Easter Gift, Mepunga Warrior wound back the clock to produce one of his finest performances with this gutsy win.


Add Mepunga Warrior 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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