Including Westmead Maldini, the qualifiers of Coral Essex Vase Semi-Final are ready to break the blaze out

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  • Including Westmead Maldini, the qualifiers of Coral Essex Vase Semi-Final are ready to break the blaze out

Including Westmead Maldini, the qualifiers of Coral Essex Vase Semi-Final are ready to break the blaze out

The Grade OR show staged six heats for the finalistion of the Coral Essex Vase Semi-Final round. Besides reserving traps for the second round of the event, the moment which will be highlighted in the upcoming event on the 9th of December, will be Westmead Maldini’s performance.

The hound who owns the fastest time of the night, in the Coral Essex Vase-Heat 6 previously, will again cover the trip of 575 meters in the semi-final round, which will also be viewed via Racing Post Greyhound TV.

The opening night of the Racing Post Live TV, will broadcast its first show on the 9th of December 2011 and on the same day, the worthy qualifiers of the Final round will also be decided.

On the 2nd December 2011, Romford race track was honoured to schedule the heats. The swift lure chasers form each show has accomplished in not only taking home the entailed purse of £150, but they have reserved their traps for the next as well quest.

Trainer N Savva’s trap 3 racer Westmead Maldini was in the chase with a huge gamble, the dog tremendously balanced the books of punters, with the justified odds of 4-6 F.

Wearing white and black jacket, the hound performed very intelligently from the beginning until he succeeded in breaking through the wire.

He was able to attain the pointer spot during the initial bend and firmly sustained there.

In 35.40 seconds, the blue dog victoriously wrapped up his chase in first place, with his surprising performance.

Besides the fastest qualifier, there were five more victors from the rest of the shows.

Trainer R Senior’s trap 4 racer Rockview Sail shocked everyone with his promptness. The 9-2 contender fantastically gun downed trainer F Taylor’s ideal Crash Bandit, by 2 lengths margin and finished really well in 36.00 seconds.

The result of the second show helped trainer M Wallis’s Jazz Apollo to justify his odds. At the chance of 6-4 F, the brindle dog had to struggle a lot in urge to earn reputation in the show.

Conclusion of the second event gave the competitors of the third round to try their luck. Romeo Patrol, who was trained by D Firmager with his ideal numbers 5-4 F, experienced an easy success.

The last two shows of the Coral Essex Vase-Heat, was surprisingly won by trainer G Oswald’s Patterdale Cejay, and trainer P Simmonds’s Hugo You Go. Both warriors were sent in with same odds, 7-2.

Amazingly they succeeded in over throwing the idyllic dogs of the show and took home festivity for their trainers.

The next part of the prestigious event, Coral Essex Vase-Semi-Final, has a great importance attached to it, the show will not only viewed by the spectators present in the course, but fans sitting back home will also experience the thrill and enthusiasm of the sport

 

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