Good Odds Angel's "catch me if you can'' style of racing made her a massive fan favourite and she looks to have imparted that early zip to her offspring, with Peek's Angel, her first pup to race, winning on debut at Bathurst on Monday.

The Frank Hurst-trained Good Odds Angel, a brilliant front-runner, won 22 of 88 races and posted 14 wins and 24 placings at Wentworth Park, earning $132,000 in the process.

Peek's Angel, who was whelped in January last year to Collision and is trained by Darren Sultana, won impressively over 307m at Bathurst.

Sent out a $1.55 favourite on the strength of a seven length winning romp in a smart 17.83s performance trial at Bathurst, Peek's Angel overcame a slow start to accelerate through the field and lead at the half-way mark on Monday.


WINSOME Currency "celebrated'' her 100th start with win number 20 at Nowra on Monday night, giving trainers Marie and Ross Burton a winning treble for the meeting.

The Burtons, who have won the Nowra trainers' premiership twice since relocating there from Kemps Creek four years ago, also scored with Winsome Stride, who notched his 17th win at his 110th appearance, and four-year-old Woodburn Warrior, a $250 purchase.

"Businessman Steve Mikosic, who has raced dogs with us for many years, owns Winsome Currency and Winsome Stride,'' Ross Burton said.

"I bought them on his behalf after each had won a maiden race at Dapto and between them they have now earned nearly $100,000 in prizemoney.

"Winsome Currency has good early speed but struggles to run out a solid 520m, while her litter brother Winsome Stride is stronger.

"Woodburn Warrior was going to be a really good dog until he suffered two serious injuries, a dropped hind muscle and a torn back hip support.

"When that happened n was I sent him home to his owner but when he decided not to persevere with the dog, he sold Woodburn Warrior back to us for $250.

"Monday's was his first win since we got him back, but he is nowhere near the dog he was going to become.''


BEKIN Street, the 2017 NSW Sprint Championship winner at Wentworth Park, is on the comeback trail and resumes racing at Maitland on Thursday where he has box one in a 400m event.

While with Sydney trainer Christine Proctor, Bekin Street (pictured) finished fourth to Jury in the 2017 National Sprint Championship final at Albion Park but is now in the care of Niagara Park trainer Anthony Meredith, whose family has always owned the dog.

"When he last raced at Wentworth Park on February 6, Bekin Street tore a hip support again, and that has been his ongoing trouble,'' Meredith said.

"But after that he has also sustained a wrist problem so I am just hoping he holds together this preparation.

"I have been increasingly happy with his work lately and his trial times have kept improving.

"Because of that I figured Maitland was a nice track on which to make his return.''