Saturday, December 5, 2009


In the words of Guiness Book of Records racecaller, Jack Styring, Clangalang filly, Luvbite, “bared her molars to the breeze” at Mount Gambier yesterday, racing away to win the 1550m maiden by a shy short of four lengths.
Bred and part-owned by Paul Heward, Luvbite had shown plenty of promise at her previous two outings – including a second at Naracoorte on 26 November – and she was sent out a firm $2 favourite at Mount Gambier.
A half sister to Melbourne Anti Miyaki, Luvbite is out of the stakes placed Yeats mare Does She Bite, in turn a half sister to Sydney stakes winner Georgia Belle.
Clangalang (below) continues to rack up the winners with recent ‘saluters’ including Geegees Blackflash, Nerangatang, Trebbiano and Temajim.

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