|Place||Dog Name||Trainer||Box||Rug||Weight||1st Split Time||PIR||Finish Time||Margin||Price|
|1||DR. MORTIKYE||WILLIAM MCMAHON (DARRIMAN)||6||6||33.0||8.32||32||22.705||3.81||$1.90|
|2||EAU ROUGE||KATE GORMAN (TANJIL SOUTH)||3||3||27.0||8.23||11||22.972||3.81||$5.10|
|3||CAIRNLEA ROSIE||ROBYN BARBOUR (MURCHISON)||2||2||29.6||8.39||44||23.016||4.44||$9.20|
|4||LOCHIE'S MATE||RODNEY CLARK (TOOLLEEN)||5||5||32.3||8.40||55||23.104||5.70||$9.00|
|5||NINETYMILE HAWK||GRAHAM WHITFORD (YARRAM)||1||1||32.7||8.50||66||23.273||8.11||$13.30|
|6||IGGY WIGGY||DAMIEN BELSHAM (LONGWARRY)||4||4||27.0||8.32||23||23.305||8.57||$36.60|
|7||OHANA SPARKLES||RAYMOND FLOYD (COBAINS)||8||8||27.4||8.75||88||23.371||9.51||$25.00|
|8||BOLD REFLECTION||SIMON MALLIA (Nyora)||7||7||25.7||8.64||77||23.523||11.69||$10.30|
|S||ALWAYS ALONE||IAN DANN (WHITELAW)||10|
|R||VOLUPTUOUS DOT||ROSS STEPHENS (DROUIN WEST)||9|
|Exotic Combs||Exotic Odds|
|First 4 6-3-2-5||308.60|
|Split 1||Split 2||Split 3||Split 4|
A pre-race sample was taken from Lochie's Mate.
Eau Rouge and Iggy Wiggy were quick to begin. Ninetymile Hawk was slow to begin. Bold Reflection and Ohana Sparkles collided soon after the start. Lochie's Mate and Dr. Mortikye collided soon after the start. Ninetymile Hawk and Bold Reflection collided on the first turn causing Bold Reflection to collide with Ohana Sparkles severely checking both greyhounds. Ninetymile Hawk galloped on Cairnlea Rosie approaching the home turn.
A sample was taken from Dr. Mortikye - winner of the event.
Following the running of this event Stewards announced to 'hold all tickets' after they had a concern with the positioning of the lure on the home turn. After viewing the race film and confiring Stewards were satisfied that the positioning of the lure on the home turn did not affect the result of the event, pursuant to (GAR 55(1)) the all clear was given.
Stewards spoke to Lure Driver Mr. W. Harmor regarding the positioning of the lure on the home turn. Mr. Harmor stated that he had not driven at this track for quite a number of years. Stewards noted Mr. Harmor's explanation and referred this incident to the appropriate manager.