79th CESARERWITCH Final’s photo finish results declared Farloe Kraven and Westmead Palace the fortunate joint winners

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  • 79th CESARERWITCH Final’s photo finish results declared Farloe Kraven and Westmead Palace the fortunate joint winners

79th CESARERWITCH Final’s photo finish results declared Farloe Kraven and Westmead Palace the fortunate joint winners

The Grade OR chase scheduled on the 10th of November 2011 produced the most shocking and thrilling results, by declaring the two none ideal hounds of the show, Farloe Kraven and Westmead Palace the joint winners of the £2,000 purse.

Covering the trip of 645 meters young champs accomplished in stealing the 79th CESARERWITCH Final for their fortunate trainers. The Oxford race course was not aware of the inspiring racing talent of the hounds, who successfully confirmed their possession for the title.

Before the show started off, all eyes were on trainer M Wallis’s Aero Majestic, who was placed in as the ideal hound of the show, but soon P Curtin’s Farloe Kraven and G Holford’s Westmead Palace were spotlighted due to their extraordinary performance.

As the trap doors opened, trainer J Gammon’s trap 4 racer Snowdon Flyer, commenced through his box with an amazing speed, which caught everyone’s eyes.

P Curtin’s black dog Farloe Kraven rallied all the way to success in urge to take the charge of the show. The hound very impressively surged through the track and became a great threat for rest of his contenders.

Aero Majestic wearing blue and white jacket unfortunately was left way behind due to the obstruction he experienced during the first bend. With the odds of 5 – 4 F, M Wallis’s hound was never given a chance to retain his tempo.

Westmead Palace a four-year-old dog who was rallying through the course for G Holford, inauspiciously got wide during his lure chase, but soon the hound was able to get hold of his previous swift pace.

P Curtin’s two-year-old dog took full advantage of his dashing talent and gave an immense competition to Snowdon Flyer. With his swift and sure attitude Farloe Kraven reached in the third bend where he was spotted at the pointer position.

With the odds of 8 – 1 P Curtin’s trap 3 racer sustained at the precious spot, whereas the trap 6 racer Westmead Palace with 3 – 1 odds also made quite an impression with his abrupt chase.

In the total estimated time of 40.16 seconds, both champs accomplished in crossing the wire at first place and fortified their ownership for the title as well as the purse.

Snowdon Flyer who started off with an astonishing promptness unluckily managed to cross the wire at fifth place, in 40.53 seconds.

Aero Majestic the idyllic hound of the show was sadly over thrown by J Gammon’s Snowdon Flyer by ½ a length and finished off sixth place in the show.

Trainer D Mullins’s trap 5 racer, Balmi Blue ran on quite well but his pace was not enough to compete with the lot of hounds. With 6 – 1 odd the blue dog lost the quest by a neck distance and wrapped up his chase at third position, in 40.18 seconds.

Fourth spot was attained by Liosgarbh West, whose pursuit for the purse was badly hindered during the first bend. Trainer R Hannan’s trap 1 racer crossed the finish line in 40.19 seconds.

The significant trophy of the 79th CESARERWITCH Final was marvelously won by two champs Farloe Kraven and Westmead Palace, who gave their trainers an opportunity to enjot the glee of the prestigious victory.       

 

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