Great crowd gathers for ANZAC Day greyhound race

Last Thursday the Port Augusta Greyhound Club held its Anzac Day meeting.
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The weather was delightful and as usual the crowd was one of the biggest of the year.

Damien Mills, who travels from Woodcroft to Port Augusta for each meeting, trains Azz Always, which won the 682 metre distance event.

Another regular supporter is Peter Slater, who travels from Broken Hill to race his dogs at Chinnery Park.

Peter’s dog Jet Fields won its race, the third win over 447 metres at this track.

Many thanks go to ‘Della’, who has spent a lot of time and demonstrated much skill in the recent improvements he has made in and around the clubrooms.

The club is very proud of the work that Della has done and the Anzac Day crowd were all impressed.

Coming meetings include The Patrons 447 metre Free For All, to be held on May 11 and the 682 metre Anniversary Cup on May 25.

PRESENTATION: Local member for Stuart Dan van Holst Pellekaan presents Azz Always’ trainer and owner Damien Mills with the trophy.

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