LEMON’S ZESTY DISPLAY

Ian Fortune

The Gerry Merriman trained Highview Lemon took the headlines at Shelbourne Park on Friday night as she raced to a tremendous success in the final of the €1,200 Retired Greyhound Trust A2 Bitch.


COOLEMOUNT BOSS MAKES IT SEVEN FROM EIGHT AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

There was a familiar tone to last night’s Galway card as Coolemount Boss yet again proved his superiority as he recorded his fourth win on the spin.


TIC TOK CLOCKS FASTEST IN CLONMEL

Peter Farrell

With the National Produce Stakes scheduled to start next week at Clonmel greyhound stadium, it was a low-key affair at the Suirside track last night with an all-graded ten race card on offer.


GENEROUS PLAYS A STARRING ROLE

Ian Fortune

For the third or fourth week in a row, Friday’s card at Shelbourne Park threw up some wonderful performances.


DELLA DEBUTS IN STYLE AT CLONMEL

Peter Farrell

There have been a number of excellent debut displays at Clonmel greyhound stadium in the past number of weeks and that trend continued last night as Della Street made a winning start for owner Jan Gustavsson.


SWEEP SUCCESS FOR BALLYLEAN ROGUE

Peter Farrell

The final of the College Road A6 550 was the highlight of last night’s Galway meeting and Ballyrean Rogue followed up last week's success to land the spoils for Joe Kelly.


CURTIS AGAIN THE STAR AT SHELBOURNE

Ian Fortune

After a sensational semi final victory, Razldazl Curtis followed up in the final of the €1,000 Retired Greyhound Trust A3 575 at Shelbourne Park on Friday evening.


DROMBEG DREAM THE STAR OF THE SHOW AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

There was little doubt who took the headlines at Galway greyhound stadium last night as the McAuliffe kennel notched a double with their greyhounds Drombeg Dream and Drombeg Glory.


GREAT DEBUTS DISPLAYS FROM GOOD AND BREEZE

Peter Farrell

We saw a brilliant debut performance at Clonmel last week as Deadly Big Show clocked 15.95 and there were more future stars unleashed last night as both Droopys Good and Simply A Breeze flew around the Suirview circuit.


WYATT RUNS WILD IN WEADICK 725

Ian Fortune

Droopys Wyatt remains unbeaten over six bends after a dominant display at Kilkenny on Friday night as he set the standard in the opening round of the TP Weadick Open 725.


CURTIS DAZLS HIS RIVALS

Ian Fortune

Shelbourne Park’s Friday night fare offered up some superb performances throughout but the undoubted star was Razldazl Curtis as he posted a brilliant 31.07 for the 575yd trip in the semi finals of the Retired Greyhound Trust A3 575.


DEADLY DEBUT PERFORMANCE FROM BIG SHOW

Peter Farrell

It was an all-graded affair at Clonmel greyhound stadium last night but there was one massive performance in a 300-yard contest as Deadly Big Show produced a stunning debut to score in a sensational 15.91.


COOLEMOUNT BOSS STEALS THE SHOW AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

Coolemount Boss is one of the most in-form trackers in the Country at present and the brilliant black stole the show again last night in Galway as he landed his A1 contest in some style.


VALENTIA ROYALE ONE FOR THE FUTURE

Peter Farrell

Clonmel hosted a ten race meeting last night and it was a young October 19’ novice greyhound who really caught the eye in the shape of the Owen McKenna trained Valentia Royale.


CLONEYOGAN BLAZES A TRAIL AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

Cloneyogan Blaze is one of those brilliantly consistent greyhounds and his ninth career success last night at Galway greyhound stadium was the highlight on what was a twelve race card.


IRGT STAKE WAS FRIDAY’S FEATURE AT SHELBOURNE

Ian Fortune

The feature of Friday’s action at Shelbourne Park were the semi-finals of the Retired Greyhound Trust A2 and there was little to separate semi final winners Me Paisley Park and Lolos Fury on the clock.


TWENTY ON HER TOES IN GALWAY

Peter Farrell

Twentylittletoes was a very impressive winner on her last outing at Galway greyhound stadium and she was back in the winner’s circle last night as Kate Comerford and Cyril Collins’ bitch posted the fastest time of the night.


WYATT TAKES OFF OVER SIX BENDS

Ian Fortune

Droopys Wyatt looked a stayer of some potential at Shelbourne Park on Friday evening as he took the Novice 750 with a display of real power and pace.


MOANTEEN MIKEY IS A FUTURE STAR

Peter Farrell

The semi finals of the Epic Hero Guys & Dolls 525 was the highlight on last night's Clonmel card but asides from two brilliant displays from Mays Blackstone and Knock Skipper, it was the debutant Moanteen Mikey who was the real eye-catcher on the night as he landed a novice contest in terrific fashion.


RAF RETURNS TO HIS BEST AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

It was another all graded affair at Galway greyhound stadium and it was Fantasy Raf who returned to something like the form of old as he produced the performance of the night in race seven.


SKIPPER QUICKEST IN CLONMELS EPIC HERO SECOND ROUND

Peter Farrell

There were a number of impressive front-running displays in the opening round of the Epic Hero A3/A4 Guys & Dolls at Clonmel greyhound stadium last week but last night's second round proved a more competitive affair.


MAYS BLACKSTONE SETS THE STANDARD IN EPIC HERO OPENER

Peter Farrell

After sponsoring a fine event down in Limerick in recent weeks, Gerard Hutton has kindly stepped in to sponsor Clonmel’s Guys and Dolls stake and the fastest of the Epic Hero Leger Winner A3/A4 opening round last night was the Declan Byrne trained Mays Blackstone.


A DOUBLE FOR CROKERS THE HIGHLIGHT AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

Galway hosted a twelve race meeting last night and the highlight of said meeting was a double for the kennel of John Croker as Crokers Light and Crokers Suzie scored in their respective contests.


NAVY SINKS RIVALS

Ian Fortune

Friday’s feature at Shelbourne Park was the second round of the Soul & Cushie Jet @ Stud A3 and Navy Blue was the standout performer, improving considerably on his opening round effort to post a rapid 28.46.


NO SHORTAGE OF EYE-CATCHERS AT GALWAY

Peter Farrell

Despite it being an all-graded affair at Galway Greyhound Stadium last night, there was no shortage of top-class performances to write home about as the twenty-nine second mark took a bit of a battering on the night.


SPECIAL SAMANTHA LANDS GALWAY UNRACED

Peter Farrell

The final of the February Unraced ON2 525 was the feature on last night’s Galway card and Droopys Samantha backed up her opening round win with another very impressive display.


BOMBER BACK TO BEST FORM IN TRALEE

Barry Drake

BOMBER BRO (Farloe Rumble-Slippery Cinders) ran out a brilliant winner of the feature in Tralee on Friday night, winning the €1,200 K.G.O.B.A Stakes Final.


LOCKDOWN THE STAR AT SHELBOURNE

Ian Fortune

The aptly named Lockdown took the headlines at Shelbourne Park on Friday night as he raced to a fine victory in the valuable Painstown Kennels A1/A2 550.