Third win was a Breeze

BACARDI Breeze made it three wins in consecutive weeks when she took out the Casino RSM Club Free For All last Friday.

Coming from box three, she was straight to the lead and didn't give her rivals a chance with a superb exhibition of chasing. When the judge called a halt, she had won by 3½ lengths and recorded her fastest winning time of 22.93 seconds.

The win gave popular owner/trainers Beryl and Brian Stephens a winning double when the well-boxed Miami Breeze scored earlier. Bralyn County kept up his unbeaten run when won the Blue Paws final at a short quote. He dwelt ever so slightly at the start, but mustered through to take up the early running to win by five lengths in 27.13s. Brad and Lynne Northfield prepare this son of Bralyn Maisie, a Futurity and Ladies Bracelet winner.

Sheila and Bill Smith get some unusual names for their greyhounds, and another of these, Trincomalee clocked 27.42s in winning the McDonald's Pharmacy maiden in impressive style.

Later, Favoured One repeated her winning dose of last week by running 27.58s for Maurie McCardle.

She Rose Hi won for Trevor Thompson in 23.25s by a half-length; Ivory Spy took full advantage of her rails alley to run 27.77s for Keith Boan; Baranbali finally broke his maiden status in the Richmond Bakery stake by 1½ lengths in 23.50s; Golden Earing won the Charcoal Inn stake for Frank Hancock by 1¾ lengths in 27.55s; Boss Enforcer won the Ranvet stake from box six in 23.52s; Cee Pee Tee careered away with the first of the staying races winning by 8¼ lengths in 36.03s for Peter Fuller; and Be My Baby got to the lead after a lap, before going on to win by three lengths in 35.63 for Ray Gatti.

Casino race again this Friday afternoon with heats of the Ab Casey Memorial over 484 metres.



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