Cook claims double at Warragul dogs

David Braithwaite

GREYHOUND trainer Robert Cook returned to Munro from Tuesday night’s meeting at Warragul with two winners.

Too Good Joog won the 400 metre mixed grade four and five, while Concrete Fever won the first heat of the 400m mixed grade six and seven series.

Concrete Fever claimed victory, his second from as many starts, by more than six seconds.

Also advancing to this Tuesday night’s are Citadel Of Chaos, who has now won both of his starts for Maffra trainer Des Douch, and Portelli Punk, trained by Ray Floyd at Cobains, who came second in his heat.

Leo Rose won a 460m grade five for Rosedale trainer Sharon-Lee Chignell.

Victory Chase, trained by Adrian Smit at Longford, showed good speed in the home straight to win the 400m race restricted to dogs with one to three wins.

In the final race of the night, for veterans over 400m, Soda King, trained by Susan Northway at Heyfield, was slow to begin, but was quick on the inside of the home straight to win ahead of Ichiban Fairy, trained by Bev Proctor at Alberton West. What’s Up Skip finished third for Floyd.

Northway’s Slick Paws finished second in the race prior, another 460m grade five.

In the opening race, a 400m maiden, Remy’s Girl, trained at Tinamba by Robert Bean, finished third.

The 400m maiden final was won by Waipahu, trained by Steven Bruce at Buln Buln East, ahead of Jenny Kay Rose, trained by Jeff Chignell at Rosedale, and Fernando Bull, trained by Douch.

Lightning Blast, trained at Nambrok by Lyn Smith, finished second in the 460m mixed grade four and five.

Racing at Sale on Sunday will include the finals of the 440m maiden series, 440m series restricted to dogs with one to four wins, and two 650m races, with the winner of each receiving $3020. The first of 12 races is scheduled for 5.04pm.