Get On Paris favourite to win Romforddogs.Com Bitches
On the card of The Romforddogs.Com Bitches, Get On Paris looks to be the hot favourite hound who can convincingly clinch top spot in the Open Race that is going to be held at Romford racecourse on Friday night, April 27. The event is scheduled to start at
For the prize cheque of £175, Get On Paris will cover the distance of 400 meters while running against five strong rivals such as Droopys Rosemary, Lower Prices, Lolos Beauty, Stellar Princess and Fabulous Fleet.
The S. Cahill-trained black and white bitch has been making big marks for the last six months. The two-year-old young hound bagged a couple of consecutive triumphs each in November and December 2011.
The brilliant bitch extended her winning streak to 2012 as well and won two races in a row during the first half of March. She went ahead to register another epic conquest on March 26.
This is the reason the maverick hound has gained the confidence of the punters. In tonight’s marathon, she will surely be able to seal a sterling success by beating her opponents daringly. Her chances to thrive are more than 90 percent.
Fabulous Fleet and Lower Prices are also expected to enjoy good time on the track.
Fabulous Fleet is on a hat-trick. The P. Young-trained black bitch accomplished an epic triumph each on April 11 and 21, 2012. Prior to this, the daughter of Big Daddy Cool out of Fabulous Airport had grabbed a victory along with a runner-up rank in the
first half of March.
On the other hand, Lower Prices possesses an excellent track record. After getting two consecutive runner-up positions along with a triumph in February 2012, David Pruhs’ black bitch moved ahead to win a race each on March 26 and April 5.
There is going to be a rip-roaring clash in the race. Get On Paris needs to employ an audacious and calculated running strategy in order to thrive. The race will have many twists. Good luck to all the hounds.
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