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    British Performance of the Week Highlights - Week 19, 2024
British Performance of the Week Highlights - Week 19, 2024
QUEEN JONI. Photo: Steve Nash

British Performance of the Week Highlights - Week 19, 2024

Last week saw impressive performances across British greyhound racing, with standout achievements and notable victories. Here are the highlights:

Queen Joni at Towcester: Queen Joni delivered a remarkable performance, nearly breaking the track record and securing her 9th consecutive victory, becoming the fastest bitch ever over the Derby course with a stunning 28.67 run.

Queen Georgia at Sheffield: Queen Georgia showcased her speed, becoming the second fastest hound over the 480-meter course at Sheffield with a rapid 27.27 run, just two spots outside the track record.

Coonough Crow at Crayford: Coonough Crow progressed to her fifth Category One final, demonstrating her consistency and class with a winning semi-final time of 44.88 in the Ladbrokes Kent St.Leger.

Romeo Crossfire's Maiden Derby Win: Despite a delayed start to his racing career, Romeo Crossfire secured a memorable first-round win in the BGBF British Bred Maiden Derby at Newcastle, marking a promising start to his career.

Notable Wins at Romford: Romeo Crusade emerged victorious in a high-quality 400m open race at Romford, showcasing his talent with a determined performance.

Joes Sagar's Resurgence: Joes Sagar bounced back from hurdles disappointment with four wins in his subsequent six open races, displaying resilience and form.

Consistent Performances: Gurtnara Paddy continued his winning streak over course and distance at Swindon, showcasing consistent form with another impressive victory.

Outstanding Time at Sunderland: Asbo Lenny delivered a statement run, clocking the fastest graded time of the year at Sunderland with a blistering 29.06 performance.

Impressive Results at Harlow: Good Streak stood out with a commendable 26.21 run at Harlow, reinforcing his status as a top contender at the track.

Noteworthy Wins Across Tracks: From Suffolk Downs to Perry Barr, standout performances were witnessed, including Different Speed's impressive winning streak and Fair Joe's outstanding sprint win at Nottingham.

Strong Competition at Doncaster: Redbrick Tulip impressed with a notable win at Doncaster, highlighting the track's competitive racing environment.

Speedy Runs at Kinsley: Notable sub-28.00 runs were recorded at Kinsley, with Dalton and Ballymac Wynett showcasing their speed and ability on the track.

Exciting Grade S1 Race at Yarmouth: The S1 grade race at Yarmouth provided thrilling competition, with Droopys Oaklynn narrowly clinching victory in a closely contested race.

Each performance showcased the talent, speed, and competitiveness within British greyhound racing, highlighting the excitement and thrill of the sport.

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