Fallen Zorro Is Sandown’s 2008 Greyhound Of The Year

Fallen Zorro & Connections After Her 2008 McKenna Memorial Win
Fallen Zorro & Connections After Her 2008 Win
The Sandown Greyhound Racing Club today announced star Tasmanian stayer Fallen Zorro as its 2008 Greyhound of the Year.

Trained by , Fallen Zorro won at her debut in a heat of the Radio Sport 927 Sandown Cup before running a close second to her litter-brother in the rich final.

She won her first feature in the McKenna Memorial in June before going on to win the Group 2 Sir John Dillon in October and then completed her memorable year with a win in the Group 2 Bold Tease Carnival Cup on Schweppes night in November.

Fallen Zorro & Connections After The 2008 Bold Trease Carnival Cup With Bold Treases Trainer Norm McCullagh
Fallen Zorro & Connections After The 2008 Bold Trease Carnival Cup With Bold Trease's Trainer Norm McCullagh

Fallen Zorro showed an affinity with Sandown Park, starting eight times at the Lightwood Road circuit for five wins and three placing and earning owners Colin Garrity and Terry Hasler $104,760. Her best time of the year (42.04) was the second fastest of the year and the eighth fastest ever over the famous Sandown half mile.

Fallen Zorro joins some of ’s finest ever greyhounds on the Sandown Honour Roll, including Boomeroo, and Betty’s Angel.

    Sandown Greyhound of the Year Honour Roll

  • 2002 Boomeroo
  • 2003 Arvo’s Junior
  • 2004 Whisky Assassin
  • 2005 Closing Argument
  • 2006 Betty’s Angel
  • 2007
  • 2008 Fallen Zorro
Fallen Zorro & Connections After The 2008 McKenna Memorial
Fallen Zorro & Connections After The 2008 McKenna Memorial
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