Hi Rumble to thunder through the RP Greyhound TV 460 Standard – DUP at Henlow on 1st March
The RP Greyhound TV 460 Standard – DUP is to be raced on Thursday, 1st March at Henlow over 460 metres flat. The lineup of six hounds will compete for the £150 prize money.
Hi Rumble, Ace Hi Rumble’s four-year-old black son out of bitch Sizzler Lady, has maintained his rankings as they have never gone below the runner up’s position ever since he became active in the 2012 season. Out of the seven outings, Hi Rumble has won thrice
and has been placed second four times.
He shot off the season by being 3/1 collective favourite in a Grade A1 460 metres flat on 5th January at Henlow. He covered the track distance in 28.29 seconds against the winner Parchments Tia.
Hi Rumble was entered as a 5/2 favourite of a Grade A1 460 metres flat at Henlow on 12th January and yet again fell victim to Parchments Tia’s speed who went across the wire in 28.06 seconds while Hi Rumble settled in as a runner up after racing
for 28.30 seconds.
Finally on 27th January, Hi Rumble won a Grade A1 460 metres flat race at Henlow by clocking the distance in 28.08 while leading by ½ a length.
The 7/4 favourite of the race, set Altamount Ken into the second position.
Hi Rumble was yet again sent as a 7/4 favourite in the February Standard DUP on 2nd February at Henlow. He was four lengths adrift from the winner, Crossfield Jet who clocked the distance in 27.75 seconds. Hi Rumble took 28.07 seconds to end
the race while Sundance Jet followed third behind the winner.
His last two attempts have translated into victories.
He won the Final Night Standard on 7th February at Henlow by covering the 460 metres distance in 27.94 seconds and leading by three lengths. The 9/4 favourite of the race, Blackrose Ned, finished fifth with six racing.
Hi Rumble’s third victory was in the Grade A1 460 metres flat race on 24th February at Henlow. He went through the distance in 27.85 seconds, leading by a mere head’s difference. Blackrose Ned was the runner up of the race while Cissies Orna followed
third behind the winner.
Winning today will get Hi Rumble the hat trick that he got deprived of before.
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