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    British Performance Of The Week - week 11, 2024
British Performance Of The Week - week 11, 2024

British Performance Of The Week - week 11, 2024

Patrick Janssens praised the consistent qualities and speed of Druids Say Go before the Golden Sprint, and she demonstrated both by securing her seventh win (with two seconds) from nine races at Romford.

On the same night, Ballymac Taylor set herself at the top of the TV Trophy with a track record-breaking run at Oxford over an additional 447m. Taylor clocked 52.90 (-30), surpassing Space Jet's previous record of 53.04 (N).

The Ladbrokes (Monmore) Puppy Derby is on the horizon, and John Flaherty's British-bred youngster Greenwell Ovett stood out with a trialstake win, clocking an impressive 28.37.

At Monmore D2, Summer Swirl set a new 260m track record of 15.90, showcasing her prowess.

Hove witnessed notable performances, with Quarteira and Ballymac John contributing two wins for the Wallis pair. However, King Memphis stole the show with a winning time of 30.12 (-20), displaying impressive form for his first race of the year.

Despite a challenging night at Romford, Maxine Locke found a bright spot when Droopys Reserve clocked the fastest time of the year for Central Park's 491 trip, with Droopys Clue's clock at 28.83.

Tory Bellatrix continued her outstanding form, setting a new track record for Central Park's shorter six-bend trip, followed by a remarkable 42.82 run for Towcester's 712m. Bet Shop Boy, a litter brother, secured a 500m open win on the same card.

Doncaster's Saturday night opens featured Phil Barlow's Velvet Violet, winning the fastest 483m open in 29.82 (-40).

Nottingham's A1 on Monday showcased graded nuggets in a competitive race, with Bitumen securing his ninth win in his last 11 races. The veteran Tickity Robyn impressed with a 29.67 (+50) run in A2 earlier in the week.

Yarmouth on Wednesday featured a notable performance by Irene Barnard's Inflation, winning in 27.78, overcoming the favourite Alberts Legacy.

At Perry Barr, Darley Diglake avenged his previous loss with a career-best 28.29, securing his fifth win in his last six outings.

Romeo To Victory achieved a four-timer over the Owlerton sprint at Sheffield, and Hurry Up Jordan landed the quickest heat of the Queen Mother Cup.

Puppies took the spotlight, with Patrick Janssens' Not So Slow impressively winning in 24.39 on a sodden track, and Naney Jezabelle clocking 23.62 (N) for an A1 win.

Ricky Holloway's Miss Syd, though half a length slower, showcased her talent with the fastest 380 of the year and looks like a promising purchase.

Kinsley selection Ballymac Dom, despite a recent dip in form, secured a victory against A4 company.

Untold Zloty, bouncing back from an "awkward" incident at Romford, displayed progress with the fastest 476 at Swindon this year.

Harlow's feature race was won by Essjay Annie in an A2, securing her third win in her last four races.

Newcastle's standout run came from Syds Smurph, a 10/1 A3 grader on her UK debut, clocking 28.72.

Sunderland witnessed Westside Bocko's impressive 27.25 (+10) run in an A3, while Firmino Boy extended his record to six wins from 10 outings.

Pelaw Grange saw Mucky Buick, Blastoff Cassius, and Cloverfield Lass dominating in the absence of Tromora Supreme, finishing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the top heat.

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