Lil Risky the impressive winner of the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Sprint surpassed the lot of hounds

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  • Lil Risky the impressive winner of the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Sprint surpassed the lot of hounds

Lil Risky the impressive winner of the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Sprint surpassed the lot of hounds

The six beasts participated in the 273 meters race the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Sprint chased the lure for the £500 purse. The meeting of Wimbledon was honored to schedule the notable event, in which the lucky hound Lil Risky for trainer M Wallis gave a marvelous hit.

The purse winner was sent with the odds of 13/2, wearing red and white shirt the victorious hound presented an eye catching performance with his abrupt and prompt attitude.

The white and brindle dog’s tempo was swift since he commenced his chase from trap 1. He dashed through the track by sustaining the pointer position, in total 16.07 seconds M Wallis’s hound concluded his chase by finishing first.

Sent with evens in the race, Jimmy Lollie unluckily lost the chance of winning the purse for trainer S Cahill. The brindle dog marched through trap 4 with a moderate speed, as he proceeded himself during the first bend with a slow and sure attitude, he got crowded which forced him to finish up second in 16.29 seconds.

With the odds of 3/1 Fifis Rocket was sent in from trap 6, unfortunately he was declared third in the race by ½ length distance. C Allsopp’s three-year-old hound wearing white and black jacket with red number printed over it, remained at the middle throughout the combat.

Fifis Rocket’s pace was not enough to compete even though he continuously railed through the track. He wrapped up his show by covering the required distance in 16.33 seconds.

Me Buddy the trap 4 runner managed to come forth by 4 ½ length for trainer M Dartnall. The brindle dog was sent in with 8/1 odds, as he began his chase he suffered from immense hindrance. The situation went in over his head and Me Buddy was not able to retain his tempo.

Reaching the finish line in 16.69 seconds, the trap 4 racer concluded his quest.

Wearing blue and white jacket the trap 2 racer Lenson Mac managed to finish fifth by a neck distance. The black and white dog was in the combat for trainer A Collett, his early pace was gracious, but the hurdles experienced during the first bend forced him to lose the purse.

The last hound who crossed the finish line was Pigalle Star. N McEllistrim’s black hound was the only bitch among the lot of dogs, who very badly got obstructed twice in the beginning as well as during the first bend. The crowdedness forced her to wrap up her race in total 17.05 seconds for trainer N McEllistrim.

Victory in the William Hill – The Home Of Betting Sprint was very impressively acquired by trainer M Wallis’s Lil Risky, his eye catching performance helped him in winning the purse of £500.      

 

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