September 2023 | Nicola Rose
The Run of the Month for September was the Des Hockley trained Nicola Rose for her amazing win at Gawler on Friday, 29th September over the 531m journey in a Grade 6 event.
One of the favourites in a small field she went up with the lids from the inside box when the boxes flew open loosing around 6 lengths from the field. She made ground through the field down the back straight, however, she was still 6 lengths off the lead off the back straight, she sprouted wings late to claim the leader and go on and win by a length in a solid 30.88. Visually one of the biggest runs seen in SA this year.
August 2023 | Could Be King
The Run of the Month for August was the Ben Rawlings trained Could Be King for his fantastic win at
Angle Park on Thursday, 3rd August over the 530m journey in a Heat of the National Sprint SA Series.
In a small field Could Be King began fairly to race near the tail of the field, however, accelerated brilliantly through the middle stages to hit the lead turning for home and racing away. He won by 3 lengths in a blistering 30.35.
July 2023 | Zipping Neutron
The Run of the Month for July was the Tim Aloisi trained Zipping Neutron for his track record performance at Mount Gambier on Sunday 23rd July over the 732m journey where he ran 42.73 in winning by 11.75 lengths.
After racing up on speed he took over during the later part of the event to race away in a powerful performance. He smashed the previous track record by .31 second.
June 2023 | Cash On Delivery
The Run of the Month for June was the Ashlee Griffiths trained Cash On Delivery for his blistering run at Gawler on Friday, 9th June over the 400m journey where he went with in .02 of the track record.
After being only .01 and .02 away from the record in May he again showed his brilliance by leading throughout in a sizzling 22.29 in winning by 6.50 lengths. No doubt the record will fall in the coming months.
May 2023 | Victa Damian
The Run of the Month for May was Victa Damian for his equal track record performance at Angle Park on Thursday, 11th May over the 530m journey.
After breaking the track record in a solo trial 10 days earlier there was much anticipation when he stepped out in the Heats of the Group 3 Howard Ashton. After being slowly away from a wide draw he quickly mustered and accelerated out of the front straight on the first occasion to take up the lead. From there he raced away from his rivals as all eyes turned to the semaphore board for the overall time. He won in a track record equalling 29.86 in winning by 11 lengths with splits of 5.28 and 17.48.
April 2023 | Ravers Army
The Run of the Month for April was the Tim Aloisi trained Ravers Army for his flying effort at Angle Park on Monday, 24th April over the 530m journey.
One of the most versatile chasers in the State, Ravers Army showed his pure speed at headquarters when he was able to lead throughout in mixed 4/5 company and record a blistering 30.14 in winning by over 5 lengths, one of the fastest times recorded at the redeveloped Angle Park
March 2023 | Sister Roberta
The Run of the Month for March was the Tracie Price trained sprinter, Sister Roberta for her brilliant win at Mt Gambier in Grade 5 company over the 512m where she led and ran brilliant time.
First up for the kennel and starting from box 1 she showed sizzling early pace to lead early and from there was never headed. She went onto record a blistering 29.39 in winning by 7.50 lengths.
February 2023 | Queen of Scotch
The Run of the Month for February was the sprinter Queen Of Scotch for her brilliant win in the SA St Leger Final at Angle Park on Thursday, 16th February.
In a quality field of young sprinters she started the race favourite and didn’t disappoint when she was able to grab the early lead and prove too hard to catch, even though she liked to use plenty of the race track. She ran splits of 5.16 and 17.60 to race away with the win in a sizzling 30.33 by 2.25 lengths.
January 2023 | Springvale Roxy
The Run of the Month for January was the Mike Giniotis trained sprinter Springvale Roxy for her wonderful win in the Listed SA Sprint Championship Final at Angle Park on Thursday, 12th January.
A terrific field was assembled for the time honoured event where Springvale Roxy started one of the favourites. She began brilliantly from box 7 to grab the early lead and from there she was in no danger. She ran splits of 5.24 and 17.64 to race away with the win in a blistering 30.39 by almost four lengths.