Saturdays sun helped make Border Park’s first day back on track since September 12 a great one for greyhound racing fans.
Little Scout got the day off to a flying start when it ran home for Lesley Green ahead of Dayseas Molly and Awesome Treasure in good time.
In the second Noculate appeared to have the race won until it weakened in the home straight and allowed Kooringa Saint to take top honours, while Castle Queen rounded out the podium.
Race three was the third heat of the maidens and was won by Robert Peschke’s Utter Chaos in front of Dabert and Dufus Rob.
In the fourth, the fifth grade Blue Paws, Terry Jordan’s Our Precious put in a dazzling display to win from Bility Diamond and Mr. Imagination, while in the fifth it was Max Result for Des Gilroy ahead of Steal De Bullion and Woodsman.
In an impressive track debut, Yolee took out the seventh by five lengths ahead of Wicked Sky and Cagney, while in Oxley County came home in the eights for Lee Wylie, beating Blaney Lass and Mocker.
Race 9 was all about Suzie Be Good for Jo Price, who stormed home ahead of Mentalist and Addsun.
The next meet at Border Park Raceway will be staged Saturday.
Courtesy : Tweed Daily News