He’s quick like his dad

Quoted Dynasty is proving a chip off the old block and can score another win for trainer Denice Warren at Tuesday’s Goulburn meeting.

The exciting newcomer jumps from box three for the Goulburn trainer in Tuesday’s feature race, the 5th grade Goulburn Workers Club Cup Final (440m) aiming for a seventh win in eight starts.

A son of champion greyhound Oaks Road and Now Quoted, Quoted Dynasty won last Tuesday’s heat, in an impressive 24.93. He faces a high-calibre field but looks capable of winning. 

“I think after this win I’ve had six wins and two minor placings in seven starts (after today),” Warren said after Quoted Dynasty’s victory last week.

“I must be doing something right.

“It’s enjoyable, but this is greyhound racing: things can come crashing down at any moment. You take the good with the bad.

“I’m delighted with Quoted Dynasty’s runs so far. He’s certainly looking like a very promising greyhound.”

Quoted Dynasty scored three consecutive victories over the 365m at Nowra before last week’s flying win on his home track.

This is his first start from box three but he has also scored a super win over the 400m at Richmond so looks to have no problems with the distance. 

La Chica Pequena (box two) and Combined Effort (box four) both look big dangers, but on current form Mighty Quoted looks the standout. 

In other Goulburn Tuesday action, Wayne Boreland can score wins with Smart Donatello and Fred The Weapon in races seven and eight respectively.

Smart Donatello (box seven) was a terrific 20.11 winner over this distance last week, while Fred The Weapon (box four) has scored three successive placings. 

Rosedene’s First (box two)  was a smart winner over the 350m at Goulburn two starts back and can repeat that feat in the first heat of the 5th grade Madbookie Goulburn To Richmond Series (race five).

She has won twice and placed once in three previous starts from box two, so looks ideally drawn in this race.

Speedy Sparky (box one) has been another recent standout performer and looks the top pick in the second heat (race six).

The Paul Britt-trained greyhound is a consistent performer at country tracks and has won his last three starts, including a triumph from box one over the 318m at Dubbo last start.