Monday, November 20, 2017
Rupanyup trainer Kath Brooks landed her first treble at Tara Raceway last Friday when Annie Belle, Call Me Crazy and One Moore Page were successful.
The trio is raced by Brooks and Kris Blake’s Broke As Syndicate, with the number of winners now totalling eight since August when the pair started returning to Tara Raceway on a regular basis to take in the time-graded meetings.
Giveaway greyhound Annie Bell, at start number six for Brooks, made short work of the opposition in the JB Irrigation Maiden Stake (400 metres), leading all the way from box six and winning by 9¾ lengths in a handy 23.60 seconds.
A daughter of Fabregas x Katie Racoon, and a litter sister to Victorian city winner Handpass, the black bitch is also a half-sister to Wentworth Park winner Master Tron who finished off his racing career with three wins at Tara Raceway for Ralph Patzel.
The lightly-raced Call Me Crazy, by Nitro Burst x Typhoon Mahte, and bred by the Broke As Syndicate, brought up her third win at Tara Raceway in the space of six weeks when leading all the way in the Greyhound-Data.com Stake (400 m) to defeat Special Case in 23.64 seconds.
And bringing up the treble was another giveaway greyhound in One Moore Page who led all the way from box three in the Gordon Refrigeration Stake, holding on in the run home to defeat Money Monster by a neck in 30.87 seconds.
For One Moore Page, a beautifully bred bitch by Premier Fantasy x Back Page Lead, the win was her first for Brooks, who took her over at the end of August, and her third overall from 43 starts.
Back Page Lead, a daughter of Brett Lee x Wave To Tammy, raced on 69 occasions for 21 wins and more than $73,000 in prizemoney.