Midnight Dare lived up to her reputation as arguably the hottest young prospect in NSW with a runaway near record win in her first appearance on a TAB track at Bathurst on Monday.

The David Pringle-trained youngster, who won each of two starts at last year's Coonamble October carnival, took out a 520m fifth grade in hollow fashion.

She hit the front soon after the start and careered away to win by 10 lengths 29.58sec, which compared well with the course record held by the mighty Falcon's Fury at 29.24.

Midnight Dare, just 25 months of age, will head to Dubbo for her next start.

"She likes Dubbo and in two trials over 516m there she has clocked 29.35,'' Pringle said.

"My bitch Midnight Starlet (pictured) established the Dubbo record of 29.27 last September but she is not in the same league as Midnight Dare who would just blow her away.

"After Dubbo I will take Midnight Dare to Wentworth Park as she has already trialled brilliantly over 520m there.

"I took Midnight Dare to Wenty recently and she recorded 29.77, time not many young greyhounds are able to post at their first look at that track.

"Midnight Dare is eligible for a race like the Group 3 New Sensation during Wentworth Park's Golden Easter Egg carnival, but while that is an option I am not ruling out tackling the Easter Egg itself with her.

"She is that good.''

While Pringle has sent crackerjacks like Burn One Down and Midnight Starlet to leading Melbourne trainer Seona Thompson, he is adamant Midnight Dare is "going nowhere.''

Asked if he had fielded any massive offers for Midnight Dare, Pringle said: "No, probably because everyone knows what the answer would be.

"She is not for sale at any price.''

Midnight Dare is a daughter of Pringle's former crack sprinter Buck Fever, and was whelped by Midnight Capers, with whom he landed the Group 1 National Futurity at Ladbrokes Gardens in 2012.


ROCKIN' Georgia, who broke the 22sec barrier over 388m at Gosford when making her debut, has been temporarily sidelined but should be back in action shortly.

The Darryl Thomas-trained flying machine, who came out running to win on debut in a record breaking 21.85, got under the 22sec mark at start number two, recording a slick 21.99.

"Since those two wins she has suffered a toe injury, nothing serious but it will put her on hold for a couple of weeks,'' Thomas said.

"We have an entry ticket for the $150,000 to the winner Sandown Launching Pad in Melbourne in April and at this stage that series is her goal.''

Heats of the Launching Pad will be held over 515m on April 4, with semi-finals a week later and the final, won last year by the Jodie Lagogiane-trained Sydneysider Beast Unleashed, on April 18.