Welcome along to the weekly wrap. Firstly apologies for the no show last week, other duties called and there just wasn’t enough hours in the day to produce this first class write up.
After the new carpet being laid, the organising and running of the Cup and our AGM, the place is now a little quieter and we have some time to sit, enjoy, reflect and review. We have had a lot going on here in the last 2 or 3 months and all for the good. We always want to improve and love your feedback, so if you have any feedback or ideas or any suggestions/questions please feel free to stick your head in the office and say hello, we are all ears!
Some pics of the works and final results.
The weather is starting to resemble something like it should and the holiday season is approaching, its time to enjoy the time of the year. We will be racing every Monday and Wednesday as per norm with an extra Tuesday or 2 thrown in while Horsham is under construction.
We wont be trialling after the meeting boxing day or the transferred meeting on the Tuesday night.
Dates that we will be trialling are:
Wednesday the 14th (after the races)
Thursday the 15th As per normal
Saturday the 17th As per normal
Monday the 19th (After the races)
Tuesday the 20th (after the races)
Wednesday the 21st (After the races)
Thursday the 22nd As per Normal
Thursday the 29th As per Normal
HEATS & FINALS
We have the running of the annual Topcat Summer Classic tonight after 4 ripping heats last week.
Its going to be a charge to the first turn with 4 of the 8 dogs that can reel of decent first splits.
Tuxedo Black only needs to repeat last weeks run were stayed out side the whole trip and still managed to run 24.96 and hell be taking home the handy 7k first prize.
We also have the final of the 0-6 wins 660mtr race were we have seem to unearthed a nice type of stayer.
The locally trained Stocktake, stormed down the outside to bolt in his heat clocking an impressive 38.06.
The scratching’s in the final it put him 10L faster that any other dog, the question is, were does he get to in the first 200mtrs?
DID YOU SEE
The enormous run of the Gary Peach trained Stocktake
Dominate victor, Leo’s Gift from the Britton camp
Tuxedo Blacks blistering 24.96 run
The local guys and gals had an OK week this week with 11 individual winners and 12 placings.
Special mention goes to Myrniong Corner, a blistering 29.63, 11 Length belting at The Meadows last Wednesday and Silver chief bound.
Trainer of the week award goes to Gary Peach, 2 winners for the week and should win the 660 final tonight!
other winners were:
Take that banksy for David Taylor in 30.35 at The Meadows
Monica Star for Chris Stanton in 24.29 at Bendigo
Sams General for Team Hansen in 24.34 at Bendigo
Greenback Boogie for Trent Blacker in 31.21 at Ballarat
Redlight Runner for Daryl Weightman in 25.42 at Ballarat
Jesse’s Jet for Rohan Gladman in 23.36 at Warragul
Kentucky Sun for Michael Bowerman in 22.77 at Ballarat
Snow Osti for Team Niele in 22.55 at Geelong
Unlocked for Peachy in 26.16 at Geelong