Mountjoy Osprey victoriously presented an all round display in the Coral On TV Puppy Trophy for trainer M Wallis
Trainer M Wallis was delighted by his hound, Mountjoy Osprey’s comfortable success in the Grade OR chase, the Coral On TV Puppy Trophy Final. The pursuit for the purse of £750 was won by the young champ with his tremendous speed, which helped him in covering
the distance of 400 meters.
Trainer M Wallis’s hound fanatical win with his short odds astonished the entire Romford stadium.
As the signal was received the trap 3 racer wearing white and black jacket cracked out from his box with his threatening attitude. Trainer s Cahill’s hound Guinness Kev, who was sent in with the highest odds, dashed quite impressively through his trap, but
his pace was not enough to compete with his contender Mountjoy Osprey.
The black and white dog caught everyone’s eyes with his swift manner of covering the required distance.
M Wallis’s trap 3 racer amazingly moved himself in to the middle of the track and soon he was seen in the leading position.
The trap 6 racer Guinness Kev on the other side in urge to take the lead over Mountjoy Osprey suddenly got wide. He tried every chance to retain his lost tempo, but nothing worked out and he was left far behind.
Being on his desired position the hound succeeded in over throwing S Cahill’s one-year-old dog Guinness Kev by a huge margin of 3 lengths, in the estimated time of 23.72 seconds.
In total 23.96 seconds, the favourite hound of the show managed to reach the finish line with the second position.
The trap 1 racer B Real for trainer D Mullins was the third hound who broke through the wire. The black dog wearing red and white jacket was extremely slow and lethargic from the beginning of the chase, due to which he was not able to gift his trainer a
reason to enjoy the glee of victory.
Progressing gradually through the dirt track, the hound kept on running towards the finish line, but his pace was not enough to win the purse as well as the dazzling position.
By a length of 1 ¼ D Mullins’s dog, Be Real concluded his chase in third place, by producing his final time as 24.06 seconds.
Trainer P Thompson’s Real Earnest was the fourth one to cross over, while the Mountjoy Hawk for S Cahill managed to acquire the fifth position.
The hound who took 24.37 seconds to wrap up his chase in sixth place was trainer J A White’s Riverside Talbot.
The auspicious winner of the Coral On TV Puppy Trophy Final, Mountjoy Osprey accomplished in giving trainer M Wallis a reason to sing the songs of praise to him.