Rare win for Young greyhound My Mate Risky

May Mate Risky.
May Mate Risky.

Young greyhound My Mate Risky posted a rare win at Temora on Sunday.

Trained by Tim McCaffery, My Mate Risky took out the GRNSW Pathways (330m) in a slick 19.18s, registering just her third career win from 45 starts in the process.

She started a whopping $42.90 chance from number seven box, however sparked a surprise in the final race of the meeting.

The Young greyhound proved to good for her rivals beating emergency entry Spins On Spins by a margin of 1.5m.

It was her first win since September last year at Young.

Young's Vicki Prest was among the winner at Temora as well.

She trained the winner of the Thanks Rick Coulthard (330m).

It was Guy's Song who scored victory.

The consistent performer produced a scorching 19.07s.

It was his seventh career victory from 22 starts, going along with his eight minor placings.

Guy's Song ($10.10) wasn't hugely favoured by punters in his return to the track.

In his last start, he finished third at Young back in January.

Wallendbeen trainer Jack and Lorraine Roy trained a quinella in the Temora Independent Best 8 (330m).

Choice Chance and Every Chance battled it out as they left the rest of the contenders behind.

Choice Chance proved the superior chaser on this occasion, stopping the clock in an eye-catching 18.81s.

It continued her great winning strike-rate.

She's winning every second race having scored victory in 14 of 28 career stars.

Illabo trainer Peter Sims unearthed a promising chaser in Fraternity.

The youngster produce the best time of the night over the 330m while taking out his maiden victory.

Fraternity stopped the clock in fast 18.79s in the opening race of the night.

It followed a second place finish on debut at Temora on June 19.

Racing is at Wagga and Goulburn on Saturday, July 17.