Fernhill Jess likely to continue her purple patch in Coral, Bring It On! Sprint at Romford
Fernhill Jess is in conquering form these days and therefore, one can easily expect her to blitz the opponents in the Coral, Bring It On! Sprint, taking place at Romford on Friday, June 15, 2012.
The white, blue and brindle bitch registered her fourth consecutive victory in late May, when she sealed the top rank by a length’s distance. Although most of her recent wins were at other venues, no one should ignore the momentum
the female hound is in at the moment.
D. Allen’s charge will not take much time to adjust her game according to the conditions and it is going to a very difficult outing for her rivals. Fernhill Jess is going to face some big
names like, Millwards Dan, Raithby Lee, Hercules, Bantiss Dermot and Aranock Rock.
The 225 metres flat race will be kicked off at 19:31 (GMT). A cash prize of £175 is reserved for the ultimate champion.
Millwards Dan has been unlucky over the past few days. The black dog missed the gold in his last two outings. Despite the fact that he needs something different to bag the winning cheque, one should not ignore his potential.
Prior to his two unlucky trips, P. Young’s trainee registered three consecutive triumphs.
Aranock Rock is coming into this race after a couple of fine efforts, but it will not be easy for the newcomer. It is still uncertain how well he will handle the conditions.
All is well for Hercules following a lay-off. The black dog recently made a fine solo outing over 225 metres, making it to the winning post in just 13.67 seconds.
Things are likely to prove too good for Bantiss Dermot, despite the fact that the fawn dog has plenty of experience. Raithby Lee will have to step up on his recent form in order to do something special today.
It is highly unlikely that Fernhill Jess will be outsmarted by any of her opponents. We wish the best of luck to all runners.
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