Seven more for the greyhound kennels

Cowra trainer Rod McDonald is looking for more success at Goulburn today. He kicked off another winning week for Cowra greyhounds with Six Again at Young last Saturday. File photo.

Cowra trainer Rod McDonald is looking for more success at Goulburn today. He kicked off another winning week for Cowra greyhounds with Six Again at Young last Saturday. File photo.

Cowra trainers John Field and Rod McDonald go to today's Goulburn meeting hoping to kick off another successful week for the local greyhound fraternity.

Both have last start winners engaged in Bronze Adonis and Six Again.

At Young last Friday McDonald started the ball rolling on another successful week for Cowra when Six Again saluted in the Donges IGA Maiden over 347 metres.

Returning $5 for the win Six Again took out the event by 1.5 lengths in a time of 20.35.

John Field's in form Bronze Adonis bettered that time when it raced to a five and three quarter length win in the Ted's Produce stakes over the same distance in 19.99, starting a $2 favourite with bookmakers.

Meanwhile the Braddon kennel's winning run continued on Saturday at the Dubbo TAB meeting.

Meeka's Boy Bill started the meeting with a win in the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Maiden over 318 metres for Paul Braddon.

Saluting by a neck Meeka's Boy Bill started popular elect at $1.90.

Braddon then had to wait until the 10th race of the meeting before returning to the winner's circle with Janderra's Diva ($2.20) in the NJK Constructions Stakes over 318 metres.

The kennel lead in three minor placegetters at the meeting.

Attention turned to Bathurst on Monday with Woodstock's Darren Wort to the fore with Rusty Road continuing his success with well priced runners.

Starting $8 Rusty Road broke its maiden status with a three quarter length win in the GBOTA Welcome Maiden over 307 metres in 18.44.

Not Feeling It brought up a winning double for Wort when it took out the Subzero Greyhound Syndications Stakes over 350 metres.

Once again kennel followers were filling their pockets with Not Feeling It starting $6.

Paul Braddon's well performed Rich History justified its short starting price ($1.55) in taking out the meeting's feature event, the Grade 4/5 over 450 metres.