Mary Wright trained Noble Pedro confirmed his place in the upcoming Group one Heats

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  • Mary Wright trained Noble Pedro confirmed his place in the upcoming Group one Heats

Mary Wright trained Noble Pedro confirmed his place in the upcoming Group one Heats

The victory of Mary Wright trained Noble Pedro in 520 metres Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg Prelude at Wentworth Park brought him up as a strong challenger in the Group 1 heats which will be conducted on April 9. The chaser gave the hope to its trainer as he showed his best performance to win the race in sparkling 29.79 seconds.

It seemed a great running effort between Noble Pedro and some of the Australia’s top greyhounds but in the end it was Mary Wright trained chaser who gathered its energy and displayed his talent and class to become triumphant. Although the chaser did not started well, then so what as it was the finish that was important and the chaser cashed it very well.

The trainer Mary Wright who already had enjoyed the victory in the 2006 Golden Easter Egg with his trained Edie Beauchamp is quite hopeful to win another trophy with Noble Pedro, the son of Where’s Pedro and Miss Beeslee.

“It would be nice to win another one, but that would be downright greedy wouldn’t it. We came second in 2005 then we won it, and now Noble Pedro is running time enough to win it. If all goes well then that’s what we’ll aim for,” Wright stated after the victory.

The Appin based trainer looked very excited thinking of upcoming huge rich event and his trained greyhounds are getting prepared to shine on the day once again. The trainer is greatly amazed with the recent performance of his trained dogs and looking for a big win to pocket $250,000 as first prize.

Meanwhile, Priminate trained by Luke Azzopardi has also secured his place in the big upcoming event as he win the first prelude previous Saturday night in a time of 30.26 seconds by defeating Kiowa Rebel by a narrow margin of three quarter of a length. And Queensland Bogie Beltah, trained by Ryan Ayre, had succeeded at last in her final chance by beating Tiger Sing Man and Rafferty Flyer at the Wentworth Park track. The chaser confirmed her ticket in Golden Easter Egg by finishing her first look in 30.43 seconds.

With this win the trainer Ryan Ayre is secured with two priority entries in the April 9 heats as another of his trained greyhounds, Bogie King has already booked his place in the April 9 heats. Bogie King ensured his place by winning the National Derby held at The Gardens this February.

The star performer, Bogie King exhibited blistering sprinting effort when he won the National and Queensland Derby in a fast time of 29.92 seconds with a section of 13.89 seconds. This gave a lot of hope to trainer and he was pretty convinced for the upcoming heats.

“I did not think she’d get in being a fifth grader, so I had to give her a chance given we were bringing King down. She is certainly fast enough; there is nothing between her and Bogie King when I trail them together,” the trainer stated.

Brenton Scott, the Executive Officer of New South Wales Greyhound Breeders Owners Trainers Association (NSW GBOTA) looked very pleased with the height of support bestowed to this year’s Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg Preludes.

 

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