Miss Ezmae cracks record

Miss Ezmae claimed her third track record after her win at Richmond on Sunday night. Photo by Melissa Smith.

Miss Ezmae claimed her third track record after her win at Richmond on Sunday night. Photo by Melissa Smith.

Forbes' Raymond Smith has found more success on the track with three greyhounds clinching victories and a new track record over the weekend.

Jungle Deuce was joined on the podium at Temora last Friday night by kennel mate Midnight Flash, Jungle Deuce taking out the 457m Temora Ex-Services Club final.

Jumping from box three, Jungle Deuce missed the start slightly, but rapidly made ground.

By the first turn, Jungle Deuce had only Snooze McGraw in front of him. He swept to the lead on the final straight, outpacing Snooze McGraw and the resurging efforts of Lady Luna and Logical Chance who finished in second and third respectively.

While it was a good win for Jungle Deuce, trainer Raymond Smith said he will have a month long rest after splitting the webbing between his toes in the first bend.

Friday's win takes Jungle Deuce's record to 16 wins from 27 starts. He also has claimed three second places and placed third four times.

In the 570m Race 5, Let's Do This NSW Get Vaxxed, Smith's dogs claimed a quinella with Midnight Flash coming in first and Irinka Molly finishing second.

Smith said Midnight Flash came out of the box very well, despite starting from the trickier box four.

Midnight Flash led for the whole race, with Irinka Molly not far behind, maintaining her placing against the rest of the pack led by Amistad who finished in third.

This was a good finish for Irinka Molly, with this being the first time she's run the 570m distance at Temora.

Midnight Flash now has 13 wins, 9 second places and 6 third places under her belt from 44 starts.

Track superstar Miss Ezmae has claimed her third ever track record with her win at Richmond on Sunday night in race 6's GRNSW Stayers Series.

She cracked the former record with a time of 41.42 seconds in the 717 metre race. While she cracked the record, Miss Ezmae was made to work for her win by the second placed Super Estrella.

Super Estralla led for much of the race, jumping from the box strongly. Miss Ezmae slotted into second place, spending much of the race hauling in Super Estralla's lead. With a monumental effort Miss Ezmae took the lead around the final corner and out paced Super Estralla along the straight.

Smith was pleased with her run, stating that she was very good on the night.

Miss Ezmae also holds the track record for the 600 metre distance in Dubbo and the 618 metre distance in Bathurst.

Sunday's win takes Miss Ezmae's record to 10 wins from 16 starts. She has also claimed two second places and one third. Looking ahead, Smith is hoping that Irinka Riley and Dip It In will soon return from injuries.