Last Saturday night five heats were held of the Group Two Warragul Cup. The five winners and the three fastest seconds made it into Warragul’s calendar feature, to be held this coming Saturday night.
The Thompson kennel had a night to remember qualifying four runners through to the $47,000-to-the-winner final.
The Gippsland region is represented by locally trained greyhound Super Sook and locally bred greyhound Blazin’ Bomber.
WATCH: Blazing Bomber storm home to win the second heat of the Warragul Cup and 2016 Melbourne Cup winner, Andos Mac claim second to also make it through.
WATCH: Seona Thompson’s thoughts on Aston Bolero’s qualification into yet another Group final. Local, Super Sook impressed punters taking ground off the winner late to book a spot in the final.
WATCH: James Van de Maat and Elly Wicks preview the 2017 Warragul Cup.