Four-year-old ‘Come on George’ enhanced his reputation as one of the most consistent sprinters in the business when he won the Ladbrokes Monthly Medal Final at the Gardens on Saturday evening.

Last night’s brilliant effort took the Gunnedah trained star’s record to 22 wins, 5 seconds and 3 thirds from 47 starts, accumulating over $18,000 in prizemoney for owner/trainer Jamie Bush.

In his past 18 starts the bush rocket has won on 14 occasions at a number of different tracks, including The Gardens, Tamworth, Dubbo and Maitland, racking up a record envied in the greyhound industry.

Come on George jumped from Box 4 at The Gardens last night and his form certainly did not warrant him going onto the track at the juicy odds of 3 to 1 favourite.

Race 9 winner

Wild Miss Judy, winner of Race 9 at The Gardens on Saturday night with a delighted Josh Priest, son of trainer Terry Priest.

Winning by 8.5 lengths

Wild Miss Judy leaves the field in her wake in Race 9 at Ladbrokes The Gardens on Saturday night. The winning margin for the all-the-way winner was 8.5 lengths.

‘Nates Dream’ takes the lead

Trainer Dale Wright with son Nate after their dog ‘Nates Dream’ had broken through for his maiden victory on Friday night at Ladbrokes The Gardens.