A little more success came our way on Saturday night as we landed a very welcome four timer. Salacresbenidorm got the ball rolling by winning his A3 event with some ease. Ben was winning for the second race in succession and in fact for the third time in six runs. An October 13 whelp by Zero Ten x Axle Boss he's really hit form at the minute. In the very next race his older half brother , Salacres Michael (June 12) , was not to be out done as he too won in A3 grade. Just six spots separated the brothers winning times.
Those with an eagle eye would have noticed how unlucky Express Sienna had been in defeat last week. So near to skipping around the bend in front , Sienna was very unlucky to have her legs taken from her. No mistakes this week as she overcame an average start to win by a length in her D2 sprint. Sienna has a never say die attitude and you would love a kennel full of greyhounds with her will to win.
Our fourth and final winner of the night was Salacres Walsh. Scoring for the first time in 10 runs this win was some what overdue. Walsh is a half brother to Walshes Hill but unfortunately doesn't possess anywhere near the same kind of pace. In all honesty this was a some what fortunate win , more inclined to win from the front , Walsh benefited from the leader of this race falling in a hole to come through late on. Salacres Mist got up for second to give us a Salacres forecast of £51.79.
Three winners on Monday evening , or two and a half depending upon how you look at things. Salacres got the night off to a great start when getting the upperhand in a fantastic battle in his A4 race. Joes A Star ran a very intelligent race when taking his A3 , having to pass dogs both inside and out Joe came through with a strong late challenge to win by 1 1/2 lengths. Salacres Francie dead heated in A2. He looked the clear likely winner turning for home so it's a little disappointing that he had to share the honours.
One winner on Tuesdays BAGS card. Salacres Classic had to battle hard to win a very competitive A2 event by a length.
We've quite a few pups to get started over the coming months. Hopefully schooling goes well and you should be seeing a few new Salacres dogs on the track. We're pleased with how the rearing of our Zero Ten x Salacres Gem pups has gone. If this litter has a little early pace to go to the middle and finishing power of the previous Kiowa Sweet Trey litter , then you never know we could have something decent on our hands.
Thanks all for reading and see you all down the track sometime soon.