I can’t remember who asked me to find a photo of this dog, it was some time ago. In any case I found him Whistling Rufus a Brindle and White dog by Tivoli Chief from Traffic Turn. 1974 National Sprint final won by the great Temlee.
Robert Arnold – I did Neil, the dog was trained by his owner jack willis, then later on in his career my brother and father trained him, unfortunately he didn’t have his mind on the job, a very quick dog, his sister Fe Sharia was a magnificent broody after a successful racing career.
Jeff Collerson- Robert Arnold by tivoli Chief who was owned by Father Kevin Manning who later became Monsignor and then the Bishop of Sydney. He was a great greyhound racing supporter.
Richard Codd- Jeff Collerson even to this day catholic preists are still invoved in ireland
Jeff Collerson – Richard Codd Father Manning often got the schoolgirls at a convent in western NSW to help whelp and rear greyhound puppies. I did a story (with photo of the girls) once in the Daily Mirror on this.
Richard Codd– Jeff Collerson wow keep them stories coming jeff are you coming to clonmel 2022i hope so come on before you get to old organise a jeff collerson trip
Jeff Collerson– Richard Coddthis is a true story before i came to Australia we pulled of a big plunge at my old track craven park hull the man who put the money on was a Catholic preist all the bookies had the shits its form was terrible the one who got hit the most was jack johnson on the board of hull kr we all went to a dinner a few weeks later when the preist was saying grace just has he finished he stood up and said and i swear on my late beloved wife doris memory your no man of the cloth and the room went silent.
Richard Codd– Jeff Collerson this is a true story before i came to Australia we pulled of a big plunge at my old track craven park hull the man who put the money on was a Catholic preist all the bookies had the shits its form was terrible the one who got hit the mos… See more
Richard Codd– Jeff Collerson but afterwards jack had a beer with him
Garry Anesbury– Different size and shape of dogs now he’s chest is massive.