She’s All Class Fastest Breeders Classic Qualifier

Brilliant bitch She's All Class recorded a sizzling 29.72 in winning her Semi-Final (515 metres) at Monday night's LGRC meeting.

The David Crosswell prepared speedster defeated the owned Rumbling Rick by four lengths and returned the very good win dividend of $12.

By Dyna Lachlan from the wonderful producer It's A She, She's All Class was resuming from an injury enforced spell and has now won five of her eight starts while accumulating a purse of in excess of $8,000.

The first of Monday night's semi-finals was won by the Rodney Walker prepared Bell Oh Moss, which led them a merry dance from the red box at odds of $6.80.

The Kiowa Sweet Trey – Marananga Moss bitch defeated Quick Advance by three lengths and was responsible for a slick 4.96 opening split.

Teddy Tom Boy, one of the highly successful Aston Galilee – Patsy Anne litter, took out the second semi-final from the Maurie Strickland kennel.

Also racing from the red box, he recorded a time of 30.24 in defeating Bain's Lane by three lengths and returned a win dividend of $5.

The remaining semi-final was won by the classy bitch Roxy Rhythm, which recorded a time of 29.88 in defeating Willy Wag Tail from the pink box.

One of two of the – Stylish Moon litter to qualify for next week's rich finale, she returned a win dividend of $3.10 and has now won five of 13 lifetime outings and stakes of in excess of $8,000.

Veteran mentor Mark Sutcliffe provided the surprise of the LGRC meeting when he took out the Mitsubishi Autumn Distance Medley Series Final (720 metres) with Surf Osti.

By from Maria's Conquest, he prevailed in a close finish by defeating Greysynd Merry and Paper Trail at odds of $23.00.

Sutcliffe, best known as the trainer of the former Cup winner Fisherman, has now won six of 43 outings with Surf Osti, whose future may very well be in distance events.

Meanwhile Rewind recorded his 53rd victory at the NWGRC meeting on Monday afternoon and is quickly closing in on the all-time record number of wins by a Tasmanian greyhound.

Showing his customary early brilliance, the old fellow led throughout to take out the Furniture City Invitation (452 metres) in the time of 25.57.

Diminutive bitch Tiny Tilly, by Head Bound from It's A She, showed great courage to challenge Rewind for the entire race and at the wire was still trying her heart out in second place.


1. Willy Wag Tail (trainer Peter Dalton)
2. Teddy Tom Boy (Maurice Strickland)
3. Bain's Lane (Richard Post)
4. She's All Class (David Crosswell)
5. Quick Advance (Robert Grubb)
6. Rumbling Rick ()
7. Bell Oh Moss (Rodney Walker)
8. Roxy Rhythm (Robert Grubb)
9. Pipstar () 1st Emergency
10. Hindsight () 2nd Emergency

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