J Gammon sang the songs of praise to Snowdon Flyer after his fabulous hit in the William Hill – The Home of Betting Stayers

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  • J Gammon sang the songs of praise to Snowdon Flyer after his fabulous hit in the William Hill – The Home of Betting Stayers

J Gammon sang the songs of praise to Snowdon Flyer after his fabulous hit in the William Hill – The Home of Betting Stayers

Six hounds were chasing the lure at Wimbledon Stadium for the £500 purse, among the warriors J Gammon’s victorious hound with the idyllic odds got hold of the money bag. In the Tuesday’s meeting held on the 4th of October 2011 scheduled William Hill – The Home of Betting Stayers, covering 687 meters distance.

Snowdon Flyer with the most bets commenced his chase through trap 4, due to his agitate chase trainer J Gammon had to keep his fingers crossed throughout the show.  Though the black dog started off very impressively, later on he experienced obstruction during the quest.  

With his nimble attitude, Snowdon Flyer railed into the middle, as the two-year-old champ surged through the lot of hounds suddenly he got crowded twice. His victory seemed pretty far-fetched after being blocked during the first and second bend, instead of taking the situation in over his head, the 13/8 F kept his chin up and boosted up his energy.

The immense swiftness and abruptness in his pace helped him in acquiring the lead, eventually with the pointer position, Snowdon Flyer crossed the finish line and won the purse for trainer J Gammon in 41.64 seconds.

P young’s Centurion Enry was among the five hounds who got vanquished by the winner of the show. The blue dog was pretty good with his early pace, he was given a chance to dash through the trail with a clear path, but his speed was not enough to compete against the purse winner Snowdon Flyer.

The four-year-old managed to finish second by 4 ¾ lengths in 42.02 seconds.

Following Centurion Enry by ¾ lengths Penskey John managed to finish third in the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Stayers. The fawn dog with the odds of 11/2 commenced his chase from trap 6, while railing through the trail with an excellent momentum, the three-year-old hound’s way got clogged during the sixth bend.

Unfortunately he could not attain his previous tempo, and took 42.08 seconds to conclude his combat.

The fourth hound who crossed over in 42.20 seconds was Rough Lass, the trap 2 racer was in with 14/1 odds for trainer M Dennis. The crowdedness experienced during the second bend became a cause for his defeat.

The second last hound who unluckily disoriented the chance of winning the purse, was Cagey Joe. The trap 1 racer was chasing the lure for trainer A Collett, his speed was not enough to cope up and finished fifth in 42.26 seconds.

The last hound who helped in concluding the show was B Clemenson’s Perles Orchid. The white and black hound was the only bitch among the pack of hounds, unfortunately she managed to finish sixth in the event. The crowdedness during first and second bend made her take 42.34 seconds to cross the wire.

The event wrapped-up in Snowdon Flyer’s favour who luckily took the purse of £500 home for trainer J Gammon. Being the first one to finish his combat, the young hound made the night festive for his trainer.

 

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