Aston Dee Bee wins Cup

The Seona Thompson-trained Aston Dee Bee stormed to victory in the Group 2 Warragul Cup on Saturday night. Photograph: Clint Anderson.

Melbourne Cup hero Aston Dee Bee extended his sensational winning streak to nine with another brilliant display in Saturday night’s Group 2 TAB Warragul Cup Final. Remarkably, the Seona Thompson-trained and Ray Borda-owned-and-bred superstar hadn’t been able to claim a

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Hometown hope for cup

Aston Miley, trained by Eddie Lieshout at Drouin West, is the local hope for Saturday night’s Warragul Cup.

There will be a huge hometown roar if Aston Miley can win the Group 2 Warragul Cup on Saturday night, the second leg of greyhound racing’s rich Gippsland Carnival. Trained just 10 minutes from the Warragul track by Eddie Lieshout

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Gippsland Cup returns

Warragul Greyhound Racing Club general manager Adrian Scott (right) looks forward to welcoming AFL games record holder Brent Harvey to the Warragul Cup on January 27.

Australia’s biggest greyhound racing regional series will return for a second year to the Gippsland region. The Gippsland Cup will be launched at the Traralgon Greyhound Racing Club on Thursday night to mark the return of the series which connects

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Evison trains cup winner

Mister Wickham wins the Warragul Pacing Bowl Cup; Right: Pictured at the post race presentations are Part owner Andrew Thomas, driver Greg Sugars, part owners Kevin and Lance Sykes, part owners Jennifer and Julie Coventry, Harness Racing Victoria board member Peter Watkinson, Jenny Smith and Frank Hone from the Warragul Sporting and Social Club.

On what was a great day for local trotting trainers, Gippsland pacer Mister Wickham won Easter Sunday’s $30,000 Warragul Downtowner Pacing Bowl Cup. The third of three winners for ace reinsman Greg Sugars, Mister Wickham’s winy was a popular one

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Winning in style

Trainer Gary Selkrig has won his second Warragul Cup with To The Galos.

A large and enthusiastic crowd witnessed outsider To The Galos win the $47,000 Warragul Cup in sensational style at Logan Park on Friday night. To The Galos started brilliantly from box four, taking the lead before the first turn and

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