Temora held a nine race programme in very heavy conditions with Trevor Cook winning 3 races for the day and the Blue Paws Jackpot and local Ken Richards winning a double.
The first went to the Victorian dog Little Miss Hero who is trained by Gary Collison in 18.19 with Britannia Boy and Mink Adams filling the places.
Race two, a mixed over 457 saw an even start with Miss Enforcer leading only to be run down in the straight by the Graham Brown trained Classy Been in 26.52 with Miss Enforcer second and third in was Awesome Ado.
Trevor Cook’s first winner was Train of Pain in the Blue Paws 311 Maiden and was the Jackpot Dog which was worth $800.
Second in was He Who Nose, a first starter and Swanky Suzie was third in a good 18.02.
Race 4, a 570 was won by the Lyn White trained Osti’s Exposure in a good 33.55 with Jack A Hearts running home for second and Stunning Kali, third.
The Ag-N-Vet 4th Grade saw local dog Dreamline Boy winning from Out There Carter second and third was Swanky Jade in 18.23.
Ken Richards again takes out the Crutcher’s Supa IGA in a tight finish with Iluka Betty from early leader, Princess Jet and third was Amberisation with the time of 26.47.
Royal Ado wins easily for Trevor Cook in 18.14 with One Piece Puzzle second and third was Moonlite Teddy.
Our next meeting will be heats of the Ray Gavenlock Memorial Races catering for everyone over all distances.