AFTER leaving the previous weekend’s Sale greyhound meeting with three winners, the McMahon kennel at Darriman had three more victories at The Meadows in Melbourne on Thursday.
Dr Tucker, trained by Bill McMahon, never looked beaten in winning a 525 metre mixed grade four and five by almost six lengths. Coming off a win at The Meadows the previous weekend, Dr Tucker notched up a fifth win from eight starts.
Coming off a win in Sale, Sweet Demi, trained by Bill, won a 525m grade five, with Earn The Answers finishing third for Nambrok trainer Lyn Smith.
Tansy, trained by Judy McMahon, won the 525 metre grade five.
Following back-to-back second placings at Sale, Dr Madison, trained by Bill, was again runner-up in a 525m grade seven.
Bill’s Dr Mumma finished second in a 525m restricted win race, with kennel mate Carrie third for Jenny Gill.
Tippa finished third in a 525m grade five for Maffra trainer Des Douch.
Kilmany trainer Jessica Spoljaric had two winners over 400m at Warragul on Thursday night. Thunder Spolly produced a strong finish to win a grade seven, while Who’s Spolly won a grade six.
Prize Diamond, trained at Heyfield by Susan Northway, won a 400m grade seven, while Go Nera, after finishing second in his previous four starts, won a 460m restricted win race for Leanne Burke at Alberton West.
Hazardous Rumour won a 400m maiden for Stratford trainer Georga Grey, six lengths clear of Bomber’s Smokey, trained by Geoff Green at Woodside.
Angel Eyes, trained by Carolyn Jones, won a 460m maiden ahead of another dog trained at Rosedale, Mighty Fabio for Owen McGovern.
AT Warragul on Friday night, Throw Caution, trained by Lyn Smith at Nambrok, won a 400m grade seven – a second victory from three runs.
Ha Ha Magoo won a 450m restricted win race for Douch, while Slick Paws, trained by Susan Northway at Heyfield, came from behind to win a 460m grade five.
After two second placings, Got The Torque, trained by Robert Bean at Tinamba, won a 460m grade ahead of William Rose, trained by Sharon-Lee Chignell at Rosedale.
Madalia Champ, trained at Rosedale by John Connor, won the 460m free for all by six lengths. The dog hasn’t been out of the top three in his past seven starts, including four wins.
FINLAYST ONE, trained by Gary McMillan at Nambrok, won a 300m grade five at Healesville on Friday, while his dogs Another Attempt and Aston Frigate had second and third placings respectively at the meeting.