Fabulous Adele, Ballinrahin Boy to battle hard in A2 500m Flat at Nottingham
Fabulous Adele and Ballinrahin Boy should be given decent odds for the 500 metres Grade A2 heat, scheduled to take place at Nottingham on Tuesday, May 01, 2012. The officials are due to start the proceedings at 12:47 GMT.
Fabulous Adele has been producing good results since her debut in March. The black bitch started her career with a bang, sealing an emphatic win in a 500 metres heat at Nottingham.
Although victories are not coming to her way frequently, she has been doing a terrific job. Out of the five races so far in her career, the bitch tasted success twice.
In mid March, she secured the top place by five and a half lengths. In the following month, D. Firmager’s trainee missed the glory by ½ a length. Since she is in good form these days, her opponents would find it difficult to
stop her from winning.
She will show her guts against five dangerous hounds including Ballinrahin Boy, Salacres King, Angelic Lottie, Foxtrot Wink and Autumn Hurricane.
Ballinrahin Boy seems to be the second strongest contender in the line-up. The blue dog was not able to perform well last time out, because he got crowded at the third belt.
Consequently, Fabulous Vision took the victory away from him. However, the punters do not need much of a memory to recall his last success.
On April 07, Top Honcho’s son demonstrated an excellent work and ensured the top place in a similar race. His convincing win came after a decent performance at the start of April. On the second of last month, he missed the gold
medal by a length’s margin.
Autumn Hurricane’s chances are not bright, but an upset cannot be discarded. In early April, the black dog seized the runner-up spot in a similar race.
Victories seem to have dried up for A. Stone’s trainee, but he would try his best to challenge the aforementioned duo.
According to our predictions, it would be a tug of war between Ballinrahin Boy and Fabulous Adele. The latter gets out vote because she is in far better shape at the moment.
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