Dubbo trainers picked up Christmas money by winning four of the 10 races decided at Dawson Park on Saturday.
The meeting was highlighted by the performance of Run Wild Teddy who was super impressive in taking out the Job Care Cleaning 5th Grade Stakes over 516 metres.
Trained by Brenda Smith, Run Wild Teddy was hand timed at 30.59s and started equal favourite at 6-4 with Pipers Law which was never in the race and finished fifth.
The one box was made to suit for the winner who beat Fantastic Ruby (5-1) by 3.5 lengths with Misty Spring (2-1) third.
Other Dubbo-trained dogs to win were Casino Knights (9-2) for Greg Ford, Boss Nyad (4-1) from Graeme Smith’s kennel and Nyad Midnight, which surprised with victory for Wendy Smith.
Nyad Midnight was the rank outsider at 6-1 in the Hub City Greyhound Education Maiden (313m) but kicked clear in the straight to win by three lengths from Armatree Ronny and Golden Cargo.
The bookmaker’s board looked somewhat different with the shortest price of six dogs 3-1 out to 6-1 Nyad Midnight.
While bookmakers had a wry smile on their faces after the opening race won by Nyad Midnight, the Pam Braddon kennel continued its surge on Dubbo races with well-backed favourites winning as they pleased.
Pamela Braddon finished with a winning double when Peter’s Way and Leumeah Girl started at 6-4 on and won accordingly.
Kylie McDonald from Orange also came up with a double with Hidalog (4-6) particularly impressive with a 4.5 lengths win over Cecil’s Memory and Total Doll in the Dubbo Pet and Stock Feeds Stakes for 4th and 5th grade dogs over 516m.
Despite easing from 5-2 into 3-1, Kiss Of Shiraz also won for McDonald.
Greyhound followers of meetings at Dawson Park are reminded that the Dubbo club races again this Saturday night and also on Monday December 27.
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