All Taken likely to take triumph in AFC Open 325
All Taken will take all the chances to seal a sterling success in The Dunboyne AFC Open 325 that is going to take place at Harold’s Cross on Friday night, May 4.
The Open Race over a distance of 324 yards is scheduled to start at 20:40 (GMT). For the prize cheque of €350, the Jones-trained blue dog will confidently show his guts against Ballymac Button, Cashen Malouda, Knockglass Billy, Bohard Dasher and Bulmers
All Taken won two races in a row each on February 18 and March 17, 2012. The three-year-old hound moved ahead to finish 2nd in his last outing on April 20.
Prior to these glaring feats, the dashing dog had earned two consecutive runner-up ranks each on May 16 and December 2, 2011. As a whole, he owns a terrific track dog.
Currently, the talented son of Honcho Classic out of Catunda Serena is carrying a lot of winning momentum that will lend a great hand to him in tonight’s marathon.
All Taken can be able to pave his way towards victory convincingly provided he capitalise well on his capabilities. His chances to thrive will be more than 90 percent.
Bohard Dasher and Bulmers Baby are also likely to do well in the AFC Open.
Bohard Dasher marvellously finished first with reasonable margins in two races each on April 14 and 28, 2012. These outstanding triumphs perked up the brilliant bitch’s morale greatly. The confidence she is carrying can help her trigger an upset.
On the other hand, Bulmers Baby accomplished two consecutive victories each on January 28 and February 11, 2012. J. McGee’s black bitch proceeded to win a race on March 24 and April 26. This excellent success streak has made her a strong contender for success
in tonight’s showdown.
In this situation, it is expected that there will be a rip-roaring clash at Harold’s Cross. All Taken will have to fight with his back to the wall in a bid to manoeuvre success to his favour. Let us enjoy a fantastic action that is just a few hours away.
Good luck to all the contestants.
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