Henessey Venom took the opportunity to show his speed at Healesville’s greyhound track on 30 March.
The greyhound won the race in a time of 19.51 and now has 21 wins from 45 starts.
Henessey Venom’s Grantville trainer, Kerry Houlahan, said she couldn’t be happier with the result.
“I’ve got about 13 greyhounds in work and 30 in the kennels and Henessey Venom is probably at the top of the tree,” she said.
Ms Houlahan also enjoyed success with So Much Mojo taking 1st place in a time of 17.11 and youngster Majestic Mojo coming in 3rd.
Greyhound racing is one of the few sports that is still ongoing throughout the state.
Healesville’s greyhound track continues to race on alternate Monday, as well as every Friday and Sunday.
Greyhound Racing Victoria’s Greyhound Racing Integrity Unit (GRIU) has initiated numerous changes in line with social distancing protocols to help combat the spread of Covid-19.
Every single Victorian greyhound race can be watched live and free by downloading the Watchdog mobile form guide or following Watchdog racing on Twitter or Facebook.
For more information about healesville greyhound racing, visit www.healesville.grv.org.au.