Central Park Weekly News - Week starting 17th December 2018

Written by Kieran Lifely on 17th December 2018

It has been an interesting week at Central Park Stadium. Some of the best performances were as follows:



Kicking off the week with a win in the A4 was Metric Lisa. Riding a slight bump coming away from the traps she came away in second place Archaton Somedog. Making up the one and half length difference to the first bend to get up on the inside of the leading dog and bravely push his way past to lead at the second bend. Running strongly down the back straight he took a length and half lead at the third bend. Running a perfect line around the track and pulling away he crossed the line two and three quarter winner with Archaton Somedog in second.

Winning calculated time 29.50



Breaking marginally in front of the pack, Left over Lolly lead crossing the sectional line. Dropping back into second place with Kahuna Geoff taking the inside line around the first bend to move a length in front coming into the second bend. They stayed this way all the way down the back straight and around the last two bends. With Kahuna Geoff moving wide off the fourth and tiring Left Over Lolly took the inside line kicking on to past and win by half a length.

Winning calculated time 29.93



Gilton Ya Janner explored out the traps to leaving the pack to chase with Jacko Boy a length behind her.

She show great early pace to and through the first two bends to increase her lead four lengths straitening into the back straight. Maintaining her speed down the back straight and around the last two bends meant the race was hers and even though Jacko Boy started to close the gap it was all in vain as she ran out a three length winner in a very good calculated time for a A3.

Winning calculated time 29.33



Yassoo Terry won the A3 in trap to line fashion. Braking in front he entered the first bend with Kilare Sweetpea, a strong finisher, for company. They both battled around the first two bends and the back straight with Yassoo Terry always commanding the lead. Our Little Vee make a strong challenge at the third bend to take the lead and would have taken the lead but could find the running space on the inside of the two leading dogs, quickly shuffling back after being bumped. With the fall out of that challenge Yassoo Terry kicked on and won by three and three quarters.

Winning calculated time 29.27



In a very hot top grade A1 Melodys Secret impressively took the gold medal. Coming away from the traps, he crossed the sectional line in front clocking 3.25, stringing the six dogs leaving the distance between first and last six lengths. With slight bumping meant at the back straight he was five lengths in front with Westmead Bear looking to mount a late challenge. Increasing the lead to six lengths at the third bend it was looking turn into a rout but Westmead Bear ran on strongly to close the lead to three lengths at the finishing line. 

Winning calculated time 29.01



For a third week in a row Maries Darkie put in an impressive run in open race company. With Karlow Scolar in trap one, Onlyattheroyal in trap two, Turbo Volvo in trap three, Affleck Barney in trap four, Dunbolg Hanna in trap five and Maries Darkie in trap six it was shaping up to be a great battle. The traps snapped open and he powered to the first bend, running the bend wide to have a half a length lead from trap one. From the second bend he just found another gear and left the other five dogs in his wake to open up a three length lead down the back straight. He didn’t stop at the third bend, attacking the bend at top speed, running wide around them. He just kept going to cross the line three and three quarter length winner. Another amazing run and calculated time from a dog who has hit a very impressive run of form.

Winning calculated time 28.78


Run of the week: Maries Darkie Trained by A Collett

One to watch: Our Little Vee Trained by M Mavrias


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