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John Toye
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14 Mar 2020 22:54


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another group one to you young fellow, what a champion you are, you don,t have to worry about any others there to busy worrying about you,many more group 1,s to come keep it up,and keep away from them spiders


David Plumridge
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18 Mar 2020 20:55


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John Toye
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21 May 2020 12:23


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another group 1 , well done young fellow, your the usan bolt of the canine world and you're putting the score on the board,Melbourne cup here you come,group one simon



Martin James
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22 May 2020 09:19


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Michael Floyd
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22 May 2020 14:30


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He's tracking very closely to another pretty good one at the same stage of his career

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Jack Ogilvie
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22 May 2020 21:38


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He is a very good dog. But IMHO not a champion yet. Win the Melbourne cup and another group one ,then that word champion could be used.


David Plumridge
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Good article Mick - I enjoyed the read. Also Molly's article within yours about the ownership is a good story.......what makes us love our greyhound sport.


Hayden Goody
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23 May 2020 04:03


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Wonder how Zambora Smokey will go around 2 turns


Steve Harvey
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06 Jun 2020 02:48


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I see Simon is going around tonight. Great chaser he is.


John Toye
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06 Jun 2020 12:43


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done it again, beat the tonk easy, sure you might not carry the champion mantel yet, but you'll make it hard for any dog that does,your what greyhound racing needs so much


Steve Harvey
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19 Jun 2020 04:15


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Great K9's just keep winning. His litter brother must be tired of looking at his tail & he's a smart racer as well. Nice litter.


John Toye
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20 Jun 2020 13:22


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great dog, great trainer and half a mil in prize money , and he's only silver chief age ,i think he might be heading towards the champion tag jack, we need one don't we


John Toye
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not a bad effort young fellow 4.97 early 17.40 down the back nothing like being at home, if you win the final you are a champion,in my eyes anyway,a superstar as well, as James the caller said,you are the fastest dog I've seen since ive been involved in the sport, well this dog is what dog racing needs, he looks great as well


John Toye
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you came ,you saw, you conquered, 17 .38 down the back , its the run of a true champion, if you retired tomorrow, the bitches would be lined up, but i hope you go on and on,i never get sick of seeing a true superstar in action, they just couldn't catch you , well done young fellow 29.59 and another grp 1 , how many more to come.



Ray Morcomb
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25 Jul 2020 12:27


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I wanted to see Hard Style Rico run him down and win personally, but this dog is just something else - even running into the home straight Simon Told Helen sat that tight hugging the rail he just gave nothing else a change.

You would have to say that against that field tonight itís the best performance of his amazing career. Tonightís run was close to flawless

Hard Style Rico + Tiggerlong Tonk also both awesome animals in my opinion



Ryan Vanderwert
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25 Jul 2020 13:13


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I dont think i've ever seen a dog run 12.38 between the post and the back str. If they run 12.50 at the Meadows between those marks, they are low flying.


Carole Brown
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25 Jul 2020 13:39


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Ryan, Dalgetty ran 11.92 home when he won the Temlee in 29.42, and 12.48 to the back.
Congratulations to STH and his trainer. Great win.


Mitchell Tubinas
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25 Jul 2020 13:50


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Absolute jet and a pleasure to watch. Ive seen many fast dogs go around but not with the acceleration he has. He looks spring loaded in his drive. What a machine.......



Ryan Vanderwert
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25 Jul 2020 13:51


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Carole Brown wrote:

Ryan, Dalgetty ran 11.92 home when he won the Temlee in 29.42, and 12.48 to the back........

yes Carole 12.48 is exceptional, its what top end grp dogs run between the post the first time to the back str. STH went 12.38 which i hadn't ever seen before between those two marks, sorry i wasn't clearer, nothing to do with the run home time. Cheers.


Carole Brown
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25 Jul 2020 15:26


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It certainly was an exciting race to watch !

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