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    British Performance of the Week - May 20, 2024
British Performance of the Week - May 20, 2024
DRUIDS SAY GO. Photo: Steve Nash. Source: greyhoundstar.co.uk

British Performance of the Week - May 20, 2024

This week's standout performance goes to Coonough Crow, securing a second Category One victory for the MWD partnership in a commanding display during the Ladbrokes Kent St. Leger. This win marked a satisfying revenge over Dazl Rolex, who had beaten her in the Golden Jacket decider.

In other racing highlights:

At Sheffield, Queen Georgia and Acomb Irene maintained their unbeaten records in the Time Greyhound Nutrition Three Steps To Victory semi-finals, with Queen Georgia leading the clock by half a length.

Towcester saw Fabulous Dyna turn the tables on Doohoma Princess, breaking her streak of losses with a 43.24 run.

Rioja Bungle, an unraced September pup, showed promise in the PGR Puppy Derby at Newcastle, clocking the fastest semi-final time.

Magical Bluebear, trained by Billy Russell, continued his impressive form with a fourth win out of six UK outings, just shy of the quickest sprint time this year.

Untold Rouble delivered a standout performance at Doncaster, posting a blistering 27.25 run over 450 metres, the fastest time over that distance in almost seven years.

Mallogs Calvin impressed with a swift 26.50 run at Harlow, the fastest of the week over the standard distance.

Druids Say Go returned to form at Romford with a routine victory in 23.78, marking her 11th win over course and distance.

Savana Robbie, just 19 months old, continued his success at Suffolk Downs with the fastest time of the week, showcasing his potential for further improvement.

Zebedee Fourteen made his mark at Nottingham with a strong 29.66 win, securing a Derby berth with his second victory in three opens since arriving from Ireland.

Newinn Benni, despite early troubles, demonstrated improvement with a solid 29.52 run at Hove.

Droopys Suprstr emerged victorious in Swindon with a resilient performance on challenging going.

Baran Maggie posted a noteworthy 26.67 at Oxford, while Alright Gordy returned with a commendable 39.60 for the 650m.

Asbo Lenny dominated at Central Park, claiming another victory in 29.30, continuing his impressive form.

Yarmouth's meeting was marred by a tragic injury to Laurels winner Kilwest Ranger, our thoughts are with Tony Harmes and connections.

Rapido Spooks made a remarkable debut at Pelaw, clocking the fastest time of the week.

Easy Cookie equaled her personal best with a strong 27.85 run at Kinsley.

Canya Wildcat continued her stellar form at Sunderland, clocking the week's quickest time of 27.18.

Different Speed extended his winning streak to 10 at Valley, highlighting his exceptional consistency.

Darley Diglake achieved a new personal best with a 28.05 run, while Loggies Cain set a new track record for the 660m trip with a time of 40.08.

This week's performances showcase the resilience and skill of greyhounds across various tracks, setting the stage for upcoming events and challenges in the sport.

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