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Fortune’s no ‘Fool’

Fortune’s no ‘Fool’

Fate has treated Fortune’s Fool badly in luck. No, I’m not reciting Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. I refer to a greyhound – named metaphorically after the “Bard of Avon’s” Romeo character – that won’t accept ‘banishment’ from the racetrack.

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Dogs to follow

Dogs to follow

Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of greyhounds to follow from around Victoria. You may even want to add them to your Blackbook account.

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Whatever I Say is here to stay!

Whatever I Say is here to stay!

Veteran Cranbourne trainer Robert “Jimmy” Redenbach has thrown Whatever I Say in the deep end on Saturday night at The Meadows, where the promising young stayer will face G1 Sandown Cup hero Zipping Rambo in the 725m Special Event – ...

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Life of Bryan

Life of Bryan

Greyhound racing has young Upper Beaconsfield breeder-owner-trainer Bryan Sykes, 25, looking on the ‘bright side of life’

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Mepunga no Winter Cup ‘Reject’

Mepunga no Winter Cup ‘Reject’

Exciting young talent Mepunga Reject passed his biggest to date with flying colours at Cranbourne on Saturday night when leaving a high class field in his wake in the lucrative Trios Winter Cup Final (520m).

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DM: Chilling contest awaits

DM: Chilling contest awaits

A couple of big features at Cranbourne headlined by the $29K Trios Winter Cup Final, in which Immunity (14 from 19) and Hill Top Jack (11 from 23) were the fastest heat winners but will need things to go their ...

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Kismet ready to launch at Cranbourne

Kismet ready to launch at Cranbourne

Matt Clark is optimistic that if first reserve Kuro Kismet sneaks into the field for Saturday night’s Trios Winter Cup final (520m) at Cranbourne, this year’s G3 Launching Pad winner will be a serious threat.

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