Leading off the final bend L Tuffin’s Conor Pass Mick grabbed the spot light in the Carling Maiden 480 Trophy-Final

(0) (0)
Posted By: 

JARED ARNOLD

Category: 
Greyhound Racing News
  • Leading off the final bend L Tuffin’s Conor Pass Mick grabbed the spot light in the Carling Maiden 480 Trophy-Final

Leading off the final bend L Tuffin’s Conor Pass Mick grabbed the spot light in the Carling Maiden 480 Trophy-Final

The event of the Carling Maiden 480 Trophy-Final held at the Nottingham race track was brought into the light, when instead of the even money favourite, trainer T Soppitt’s favourite Big Appetite, trainer L Tuffin’s Conor Pass Mick took home the purse of £350.

Offered with the odds of 3-1 Conor Pass Mick tremendously travelled over the 480 meters track and won the prize money.

Big Appetite on the other side, tried every chance to power away for an out class victory, but the trap 2 racer was chopped for room the moment he reached around the initial stretch.

Inclination to acquire a reputation in the show, the three-year-old dog pulled himself really hard, but he was not able to find any ground.

Drawn in blue and white trainer T Soppitt’s hound gave his contender Conor Pass Mick an opportunity to present an all round display.

The trap 1 racer representing trainer L Tuffin battled through the pack of hounds in urge to attain the desiring position. After the black dog moved himself towards the inside of the race track, he was able to hold trainer C Allsopp’s Jungleland, right behind by reasonable margin.

In order to hit the first turning for home, L Tuffin’s one-year-old dog presented a tremendous pace and accomplished in taking a lead over the entire lot.

 After finding the inside of the track secure for a successful chase, the dog remained consistent and finally succeeded in producing 29.15 seconds as its final time.

Jungleband who shadowed Conor Pass Mick by a 2 ½ lengths, after experiencing clear run managed to cross over in 29.35 seconds.

The ideal contestant of the show Big Appetite was not able to retain his precious tempo, due to which he got defeated by a huge margin of 5 lengths.

Trainer I Walker’s warrior Droopy Tevez, by rallying toward the inside of the track strived a lot to acquire the lead, but throughout the chase the hound was spotted in the middle of his contenders.

Trainer R Thompson’s black dog Farloe Lenson after finishing third in the show, managed to over throw Droopys Tevez who was able to set the mark at 29.80 seconds in fourth position.

The last place was acquired by trainer C Allsopp’s Scarty Paddy. Due to the obstruction experienced during the third bend, the black dog was able to reach the wire in sixth place.

Taking full advantage of the favourable situations, Conor Pass Mick was able to taste the flavours of victory, in the Carling Maiden 480 Trophy-Finals.

 

Write for Sportqa

Write for Sportqa
Join today and become a Sportqa writer.