She’s All Class Looks Breeders Classic Final Special

Outstanding young chaser She’s All Class looks likely to continue on her winning way in the $9,000 Tasmanian Final (452 metres) to be conducted at the Raceway on Tuesday afternoon.

The David Crosswell prepared bitch, by Dyna Laclan from the grand producer It’s A She, recorded a sizzling 25.69 in winning her semi-final by seven lengths and has drawn the coveted red box in the rich finale.

Sixteen heats of the Breeders Classic Final were conducted on Saturday October 27, with the first and second place getters progressing to the semi-finals on Wednesday evening.

The first two home in the four semis have now been included in the final field, which has attracted several extremely well related youngsters with outstanding potential.

It appears that the greyhound industry in is thriving, evidenced by the fact that our chasers are competing on a regular basis in top interstate company.

She’s All Class is regarded by the astute Crosswell as one of the most promising chasers that he has prepared.

She in unbeaten in four race starts as well as her Breeders Classic qualifying heat and will be at a short quote about keeping her record intact.

Her main danger is probably the Gary Johnson prepared Cruising (Bond – Cruisin McQueen),
the winner of four of 12 outings including her last three in succession.

Raced by veteran owner Basil Brimfield, she also blitzed her rivals in winning her semi-final by four lengths in the time of 25.79 and has drawn the green box in the final.

“She is not the best dog to handle and does a lot of barking, but makes up for that with her ability,” Johnson explained .

“Unfortunately she has not fared well in the draw and the obvious favourite is David Crosswell’s bitch, which is outstanding,” he added.

Broadmarsh participants Keith and Joan Nicholls were also seen in the winners circle following the semi-finals on Wednesday evening with their smart chaser Technology ( – Regent Ebony).

In a rough house affair he prevailed by a length in the time of 26.13, paying the handsome dividend of $28.60.

The remaining semi-final was taken out by the extremely well related Quick Advance ( – Stylish Moon), an occupant of Robert Grubb’s kennel.

Stylish Moon is one of the illustrious Where’s Pedro – Stylish Dotty litter which over the years has produced the winners of 150 races, believed to be a Tasmanian record.

Quick Advance prevailed by a neck in the time of 25.99 while paying a win dividend of $14.90.


(452 METRES) to be run at the Devonport Raceway on Tuesday November 13.
1. She’s All Class
2. Mr Plodda
3. Quick Advance
4. Bain’s Lane
5. Fair Change
6. Cruising Bond
7. Frytson
8. Technology
9. She’s A Boomer (Em 1)
10. 10. Diavlo (Em 2)

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