Boan a winner with greyhounds

TRAINER Keith Boan was hotter than the sweltering track at Border Park Raceway on Saturday.

Boan dominated the meet with four of his five starters took home the cash in front of a generous showing at the newly returfed track.

“There was some good racing in some hot conditions,” Raceway president Stephen McGrath said.

“The day belonged to Keith though.

“It was great to see a big crowd and I think they all had a top day in the sun.”

Boan's dogs took out the opening two races, heat one and two of the maiden over 420m, with Ivory Spy sprinting home in the first and Super Surfer too good in the second.

Bond Beauty was triumphant in race three before Boan struck again in race four, the maiden final (420m), with Dufus Bob.

Boan's final cheque came in the seventh, the novice final (420m), with Woodsman racing home to complete a splendid day for the deserving trainer.

Other winners on the day included Kevin Langford's Mooball Enforcer who was victorious in race eight, and Bearing Bond who took top honours in the ninth.

The Lee Wylie-prepared Oxley County produced the run of the day, powering home to win the last in 23.72 seconds.

The greyhounds are back on at BPR again this Saturday and the auditorium will be open.



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