Mount Gambier Greyhound Racing Club

Tara Raceway, Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier, SA

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Leading the way with multiple wins

Compton trainer Tracie Price went into last Thursday’s time-graded meeting with 99 Tara Raceway winners this year. But the 100 quickly came up following the running of the first race, the Exchange Printers Mixed Stake (600 m).

Whole Way was Tracie Price’s 100th winner at Tara Raceway this year.

Having his first run for Price, Whole Way, a son of Spring Gun x Springvale Hope, led all the way to defeat Galactic Anubis by 5½ lengths in an impressive 35.23 seconds for owners Daniella Madalinski and Michael Ceravolo.

Also going around for the first time for Price was litter brother Right Way, equally as impressive for Madalinski and Ceravolo in the Todd’s Photographics 1-4 Wins Stake (400 m) when defeating Gold Rocks by 3½ lengths in a best of day 23.00 seconds.

And bringing up a treble for Price was Velocity Alibi who found winning form again for the first time since July with an all the way victory over Hands On Deck in the Gambier Vets 1-4 Wins Stake (400 m).

Yvonne King and Tony Hinrichsen with Allinga Tianna, Allinga Ollie and Allinga Chloe.

Also training a treble – her second this year at Tara Raceway – was Yvonne King of Langhorne Creek. She was successful with Allinga Ollie, Allinga Chloe and Allinga Tianna for owners Trevor and Tracey Davey.

In July, connections landed a treble with Allinga Ollie, Allinga Chloe and Allinga Grin – King, a trainer with 30 years’ experience, reiterating that she believed a change of track was a great way for greyhounds to reinvent themselves.

Whole Way, Right Way, Allinga Ollie and Allinga Chloe all trace back to the successful producer Little Looper, best known as the dam of Worm Burner.

David Peckham with Midnight Blast after his win in the second heat of the Commercial Hotel Grade 5 Series (512 m) at Tara Raceway last Sunday.

At Sunday’s meeting it was Allendale East trainer David Peckham who stole the thunder with four winners – Trademark Bourne, Midnight Blast, Zipping Cola and Midnight Daisy.

Midnight Blast impressed with a 29.76 seconds win in the second heat of the Commercial Hotel Grade 5 Series (512 m) in 29.76 seconds. However, even more impressive was Zipping Cola who carved out a quick 29.62 seconds win in the Metal Worx Stake (512 m).

The following night at Gawler, Peckham’s Aston Hayato led all the way for a win in a heat of the Gawler Sprint Classic (400 m). The son of Fernando Bale x Ashton Shiraz has drawn box three in Sunday night’s final which will carry $5600 to the winner.


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