Dyna Willow showed why she is the queen of Wentworth Park, setting a new track record in winning the 720m Betfair Cup on Saturday night, March 29.
The Victorian prepared runner wowed racing enthusiasts when she stopped the clock at 41.74, six thousandths better than Miata’s 2012 record effort.
Winning her third Wentworth Park Group race title, handler Tammy Collins (pictured below – centre), daughter of trainer Steve, said that the offspring of Collision x Horizon Bale would now aim up at the, $75,000 to the winner AAA Radiator Specialist Association Cup in a fortnight.
After jumping smartly in the Betfair Cup final behind early leader Born Ali, Dyna Willow took up running out of the back straight, winning by an impressive 10 lengths, with just a quarter length separating Born Ali and Lucy Wires.
Collins said the thrilling staying star would now look to have a week off before returning to the Glebe circuit, with the view of trying to win her first Group 1 title. Check out Dyna Willow's Betfair Gold Cup victory
Wentworth Park will open the 2014 Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg Carnival on Friday night, with heats of the Macro Meats New Sensation. With a host of sensational up and comers converging on Wentworth Park, scintillating racing will be seen.
Ten heats of the Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg will headline next Saturday, April 5, meeting, before the youngsters take centre stage in the Sportingbet Magic Maiden heats on Sunday, April 6.
With over one million dollars in prizemoney to be distributed in this year’s Carnival, and extra activities and function packages, there are plenty of reason why people should get track side to see the high calibre of greyhound racing.
Further inquiries can be made with the NSW GBOTA, Operations Manager, Ellen Dwyer on 0403 802 022