GREYHOUND Remy’s Girl continue her good run of form, winning at Cranbourne on Wednesday.
The dog, trained at Tinamba by Robert Bean, won the 311 metre grade six by more than six seconds, having set-up a sizable lead by the bend following a quick start.
After taking seven races to win her first race, Remy’s Girl has won in three of her previous four starts, including back-to-back victories at Cranbourne.
Earlier, California Blond, trained by Susan Northway at Heyfield, won the 311m maiden, her first victory in five starts.
Following two consecutive wins, Madalia Champ finished third in the 520m mixed grade four and five for Rosedale trainer John Connor.
AT Warragul on Tuesday night, William Rose, trained by Sharon-Lee Chignell, won a heat of the 400m series for dogs with three to six wins.
Airly Cleaner came third for Sale trainer Kym Russell in the same heat, to also book a place in next Tuesday night’s final.
Munro trainers Robert and Carolyn Cook had two dogs place.
Too Good Joog finished third in a mixed grade four and five. Following a win at the track a week earlier, the dog led out of the box but was passed in the home straight.
Concrete Fever led the 400m mixed grade six and seven, but finished second after being passed by the fast-finishing Need A Jockey approaching the post.
BOMBER’S Wonder stormed home to win at Warragul on Monday for Woodside trainer Geoff Green.
In a 400m grade five, short-priced favourite Evolution, trained by Lyn Smith at Nambrok, led into the home straight, but Bomber’s Wonder ripped past to win.
Bomber’s Cruiser finished third in a 400m mixed grade six and seven for Green.
Captain Cruiser recorded a win in his eight start for Woodside trainer Margaret Read, claiming a 400m maiden. All To Mac was second for Nambrok trainer Andrew Wood.
Wood’s So Joe Mac won a 400m race, claiming a second victory from three starts, just ahead of Light On Tackle, trained by Lindsay Fulford at Maffra.
Another Wood dog, Cosmic Vigilante, finished second in a 460m race, losing by a head.
Lyn Smith had a winner in a 460m grade five in Shot Gun Pistol, while Fulford’s $59 chance Splinter finished third. Smith’s Demolition finished third in a 400m grade five.
Two dogs trained at Kilmany also finished third in 400m grade seven races: Double Eclipse for Justin Booker and Boolavogue for Mark Busuttil.
BRUEGHELINO won her first horse race in more than two years.
The seven-year-old mare, trained at Sale by Troy Kilgower, won a benchmark 58 handicap at Pakenham on Monday.
The 1400 metre race on the synthetic track became a battle between Brueghelino and Algaffaal, with both not having won a race since April 2018.
Brueghelino, ridden by Brian Park, won by a nose, claiming a third victory from 32 starts.
Since transferring to Kilgower from another Sale-based trainer, Allan Douch, the mare has finished fourth in her previous two starts.
Brueghelino’s previous win came while being trained by Frankie Stockdale.