Nottingham dirt track is all set for the triggering event of Nottingham Produce Stakes – Final

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  • Nottingham dirt track is all set for the triggering event of Nottingham Produce Stakes – Final

Nottingham dirt track is all set for the triggering event of Nottingham Produce Stakes – Final

After the thrilling event of the Nottingham Produce Stakes – Semi-Final, the management of Nottingham Stadium has finalised the fortunate six hounds. They will chase the lure in the finale for the handsome prize money of £15,000.

The winner of the first show of the semi-final P Sallis’s Go Go Sonic, is placed in trap 6 for his final combat. The black dog commenced his chase through the same trap previously, and gave an out class hit in a very less time.

Wearing white and black jacket with red number printed over it, P Sallis’s young champ will be railing through the dirt track of Nottingham as a wide runner.

With even odds in the semi-finals, M Wallis’s Jazz Apollo got whitewashed by a neck distance, but he managed to qualify for the final round. Likewise in the semi-finals, the brindle dog will be welcomed into the last combat of Nottingham Produce Stakes, from trap 2.

D Firmager’s brindle dog Romeo Metro was sent in the race through trap 3 in the former chase. The two-year-old managed to finish third by 5 ½ length and lost the purse, where as he has attained a position in the final draw for his trainer.

The young champ wearing red and white jacket will initiate his chase from trap 1.

 After the conclusion of the first show of Nottingham Produce Stakes Semi-Final, the second quest was given a signal to break out the blaze.

P Sallis black dog who was placed in with 2/1 odds, was the first one to confirm his trap for the final draw. Mark My Words the two-year-old hound was quite impressive from the beginning of his chase, later on with his swiftness the hound confirmed trap 5 for the finals.

In the last combat P Sallis victorious dog will be chasing the lure as a middle runner.

In the semi-finals with 7/1 odds, the trap 1 racer Doonane Lad managed to finish up second, but he accomplished in securing a trap in the finals.

The blue dog wearing white and black shirt will commence his chase for the handsome prize money through trap 3. His quest will require more swiftness and speed in order to present a hit for trainer A Tuffin.

The last hound who qualified for the finals was S Buckland’s Supreme Chalkie. In the previous show, the black dog started off his race from trap 3, unfortunately he was forced to finish third buy giving Doonane Lad a very tough competition.

He has placed himself in trap 4 as a middle runner, even though he lost the purse.

The six warriors will set the track on fire desiring to win the precious bag of money for their trainers. Trainer P Sallis’s Go Go Sonic might be sent in with the higher bets, due to his previous fabulous performance. The young champ was proclaimed as the speedy qualifier for the Nottingham Produce Stakes Finals.     

 

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