Pennys Nine, Lazy Jim joint favourites for A2 450m Flat at Oxford
An exciting clash is expected in a 450 metres flat heat at Oxford on Friday, March 16, 2012. There are many dangerous hounds in the line-up, but Pennys Nine and Lazy Jim are most likely to produce some drama on the track.
The Grade A2 event is scheduled to begin at 13:39 GMT. It holds a cash prize worth £65, which will be given to the best performer. Among the participants are:
Pennys Nine has solid claims for today’s cash prize, as she is brimming with confidence after her recent strike. The black bitch sealed an emphatic win at the start of this month.
In a 595 metres race, L. Magnasco’s trainee defeated Nightfire Ebony by two and a half lengths. The bitch has been producing decent results since the beginning of this year. On January 28, she topped the chart by a huge margin
of 5¾ lengths.
Lazy Jim is also a recent winner. On March 08, the brindle dog demonstrated a fine performance to top the chart by one and a quarter lengths. He has been one of the focal points of the ring since his debut.
Surf Lorian’s son out of Druids Caroline is the centre of attention at the moment, and the punters are likely to put many bets on him.
Another hound with fair chances is Pas Buster. The black and white dog completed his hat-trick on February 27, when he hammered Tullymurry Poet by three and a half lengths. However, he lost his direction quickly after accomplishing
In his most recent outing last week, M. Peterson’s trainee failed to put up a fine effort, as he finished fifth on the table. Despite a poor performance last time around, nobody can put him out of the equation.
Pennys Nine and Lazy Jim are most likely to earn the highest starting price. It will be a tug of war between the two furious hounds.
Yet, the rest of the pack cannot be ignored. Pas Buster, who has a wonderful track record under his belt, will put in a lot of effort to do some damage.
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