Whiterock Champ expected to thrive in Coral Hurdle
Whiterock Champ seems to be strong enough to make a big impact in the Coral Hurdle that is going to take place at Hove racecourse on Thursday night, April 26.
The Open Race over a distance of 515 meters will begin at 20:18 (GMT) tonight. For the prize cheque of £150, the J. Foster-trained black white dog will daringly compete against five worthy opponents such as Bingo Boy, Airforce Spirit, Ballymac Lomu, Blackhall
Prince and Clonkeen Theo.
Whiterock Champ’s success is going to be a big upset as he does not hold a favourite tag unlike Blackhall Prince who leads the market for the ace race.
The dashing dog’s career chart shows that he has achieved a number of iconic feats without having a favourite band around his waist. He will do the same again today.
The veteran hound has been in good run since the dawn of 2012. He excellently won two races in the month of March. The maverick hound went ahead to attain a runner-up position along with a victory in his last two outings in April.
Overall, the son of Tyrur Ted out of Gotoon Trendy has a lot of experience under his belt. If he manages to capitalise well on his capabilities, his chances to finish first will be as high as 90 percent.
Almost equally talented to Whiterock Champ is Ballymac Lomu who is on the verge of a hat-trick. The C. Kyme-trained black dog can also trigger an upset in the race.
The son of Tyrur Lomu out of Coolavanny Minor has accomplished three epic victories along with three runner-up positions since the beginning of the calendar year.
Blackhall Prince will also struggle hard to justify his favourite tag. The veteran black dog nicely attained a triumph in his second last start on April 5, 2012. Prior to this, he had won a race by the mammoth margin of 14 lengths on February 21.
In this situation, a fierce battle is expected tonight. Let us see who gains what. The race is likely to be interesting enough. Good luck to all the contestants.
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