A syndicate of Taralga district mates are celebrating after their greyhound Quoted Dynasty won at Wentworth Park on Saturday night.
Quoted Dynasty, owned by the Razor Gang syndicate and trained by Goulburn’s Denice Warren, jumped from box two in this Saturday’s Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge Sprint Final (520m) at Sydney’s Wentworth Park.
The syndicate started from a conversation at a club between mates, partially about horses.
It was suggested to shearing contractor Ray Meredith, who heads the syndicate, by Ray Moroney that they should contact Denice Warren about the prospect of buying a dog and having her train it. Along with Meredith, Ron Waddell, Dan and Caleb Cummins, Gary Corby, Laurie and Andrew Bulmer, Martin Francis, Doug Elliott and Simon Green bought into the group.
“It took Denice Warren about 18 months to find a suitably well bred dog and then time to train it,” Meredith said.
“She has also been training us too, as we were complete novices to the sport. She’s guided us all the way.”
“We have been following our dog’s progress around the country tracks. “We were all there on Saturday night to cheer him on and celebrate after the $20,000 win.
This brings Quoted Dynasty’s career wins to 14 from 21 starts plus three minor placings.