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    British Performance Of The Week – Week 9, 2024
British Performance Of The Week – Week 9, 2024

British Performance Of The Week – Week 9, 2024

Droopys Display (T6) about to go to traps before producing the week's outstanding run at Monmore Several commendable performances unfolded on Saturday, but Dazl Rolex's tenacious run, securing Ricky Holloway's first PGR Golden Jacket, takes the top spot. The 45.03 time, with a 23.34 sectional, proved formidable. In a pre-event solo, Rolex even recorded 22.94.

With the impending Golden Sprint (Friday), the Romford pick goes to the fastest trialstake winner over the weekend. Maxine Locke's Droopys Eddie claimed this title with a 23.77 run, boasting a personal best of 23.56 achieved at just 21 months old.

Droopys Display, a kennelmate on a reconnaissance mission at Monmore, emerges as a serious Puppy Derby contender with a FOW 28.30 run, surpassing the highly rated Newinn Deejay.

With Good Streak trialling at Monmore for the Puppy Derby, Britbull Casper seizes the Harlow title in his absence, clocking 26.58 in A2.

In the puppy category, 18-month-old Coppice Leger stands out as the most impressive Newcastle winner, securing a 28.64 A2 victory under trainer Jimmy Fenwick.

At Sunderland, Port West Storm, surpassing expectations, triumphs in the A2 field with the fastest time of the week, a significant bonus considering her previous Irish card.

Swindon sees a FOY with Mister Donovan producing a 28.24 run on Tuesday, while Millridge Tanic claims the quickest six-bend run of the year in 41.42 on 'N' going.

Suffolk Downs witnesses stayer Garnacanty Girl landing the fastest 548m open in 34.21 (-30), an impressive feat for a greyhound sold for £1,900 at the Greyhoundtrader Yarmouth sale.

Oxford experiences Droopys Creative dominating the 650m race with a 39.76 (-20) victory, showcasing former track record holder skills.

Tory Bellatrix breaks a 664m track record at Central Park on Saturday night, triumphing five lengths quicker than the previous best.

Doncaster presents a challenging call, with Bogger Rambo landing a 450m open in 27.71 (-30). However, Brick Baron's 29.84 (-30) run over the 483m trip secures the spotlight.

Yarmouth's A1 race, featuring surprise winner Smores, defies expectations, where a dog with a last line of form of 27.43 goes to traps as a 6/1 chance.

Perry Barr's A1 graded battle, including Darley Diglake and Swift Prank, concludes with a short head victory for Swift Prank.

Nottingham's selection is straightforward, with Colin Wilton's Sambar Jack breaking the 30.00 barrier for 500 metres.

Hove's middle-distance run in A1 features the 18-month-old youngster Droopys Dialogue, securing the week's best performance.

Sheffield sees Catunda Layla's spectacular 27.51 run in the 480-metre trip, marking three consecutive wins for Steve Naylor's bitch.

The Valley highlights Sallagh Finn's prolific performance, clocking an impressive 28.60 on Sunday with his eighth win in the last ten outings.

Kinsley introduces Ballymac Alyssa, achieving her fifth performance in the last six months with an A2 win on Sunday.

Pelaw's promising pup Tromora Supreme displays a remarkable improvement, clocking 25.76 on Sunday.

Towcester's selection hails Edwards, the fastest among Patrick Janssens' five 500m open winners with a 29.12 run, successfully defending the POW title.

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