SALE trainer Chris Tilley made the long venture from his Gippsland base worth wild on Sunday at Healesville with All Hollywood producing star making performance to land the rich GRV Vic Bred Maiden Series Final over 350 metres.
Weighing in a 37.8 kilograms, the son of El Grand Senor and Okawa In Black was fairly away from box four before hitting top gear pulling away at the finish from Bea The Queen and Thunderbolt Jack scoring convincingly in the event.
The black sprinter scored his first career victory running 19.36 seconds claiming the $7,500 winning maiden stake.
“All Hollywood went into this series with more expectation following his recent trials,” Chris Tilley said.
“Today’s win is a great start to his career and I’ve still got more pups from the litter to race, we will look at the next Vic Bred Series and just see how this dog will progress through the grades – I do expect more improvement from him.
Tilley, a former New Wales trainer having over 50 years involvement with the greyhound racing industry, races All Hollywood with his son-in-law Glen Fardell, who bred the litter of seven pups some show plenty of promise.
Watch All Hollywood (4) take out the GRV Vic Bred Maiden Series Final for trainer Chris Tilley:
Trainer Chris Tilley with All Hollywood following the victory in Sunday’s GRV Vic Bred Maiden Final.