Valpolicella set to be 15th Aussie greyhound millionaire

Valpolicella hot favourite in Dashing Corsair Final
and trainer after winning their heat of the 2024 Sandown Cup.

In an awaited event at on Thursday evening, Valpolicella, a standout in greyhound racing owned by and trained by Tony Zammit, is on the brink of becoming Australia's 15th greyhound to reach a million dollars in prize money.

With a of 52 races and 29 wins, Valpolicella has raked in $989,525 in prize money.

The upcoming Dashing Corsair race over 710 metres presents Valpolicella with a chance to claim a $30,000 prize and make her mark in the annals of history.

Valpolicella showcased her skills during the heat race for The Dashing Corsair on May 29, clocking a time of 41.67 seconds and leaving her competitors trailing behind by almost 12 lengths.

Despite drawing box 5 for the race, the online bookmakers remain optimistic about Valpolicella's capabilities, as she is currently priced at $1.45 at Neds.

Although their are some reservations about Valpolicella's performance in the G1 Sandown Cup final on May 24, where she placed behind Irish Millie and Cayna Amy despite being the $1.90 betting favourite.

As Valpolicella gears up for the Dashing Corsair race, all eyes are on this formidable competitor to transcend her previous setbacks and secure a milestone victory that would not only boost her earnings over the million-dollar threshold but also solidify her legacy in greyhound racing history.

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