Teddy She Goes leads at the bend at Casino last Friday.
Teddy She Goes leads at the bend at Casino last Friday. LISA VANDERSTOK

'Teddy She Goes' goes and goes

THE customary early brilliance of sprinter Teddy She Goes proved to be the deciding factor in her taking out the Ranvet 4th and 5th grade stake at Casino last Friday.

Beginning like a bullet, she held the fence to hold out Blaze We Know in the run to the first turn. Both greyhounds went as one in the back straight and were also joined by Turbulent Teddy, but the rails runner held the advantage and was able to kick away at the top bend. To the cheers of her supporters she raced away to win by 2¾ lengths in a speedy kicked 23 seconds.

Jason Fredericks trains this daughter of Go Wild Teddy, and he was joined by Ranvet representative Paul Hoffmann.

The fastest time over the shorts was run by equal track record holder Within Site which clocked 22.91s.

Laurie Walker's Night Marc returned to her best form to score a solid win in the Rapidvite Distance stake by a length in 35.76s.

The novice stayers event was won by Broken Hill visitor Carly Bale, a nice change of luck for connections, to win by 2¼ lengths in 35.97s.

Dillemma Solved was another to put two wins together when she won the opening event over Lady to win by 2½ lengths in 23.22s, while Addsun took out the Tweed to Casino final when he made a big run to grab the lead on the circle before racing away to salute by 3½ lengths in 23.20s.

Danial Armfield's Pitch Blue Chief set the time standard over the 484 metres when he ran 27.37s in the Westlawn Finance stake by four lengths, and Jet Lesson railed through near home to get the verdict by a half-length in 27.82s.

Casino continues to get plenty of nominations and they will be holding another 12-race card this Friday.



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