Eight runners on the Tuesday morning BAGS card and disappointing not to land a winner. Salacres Cyril and Freddy the closest we came to scoring when finishing second in their respective A4 events.
Eight runners again on Friday night but this time a much more respectable 3 winners and a runner up. Home bred Salacres Capo got our night under way when winning her A7 race in early pace always led fashion. Capo is a member of our Shaneboy Lee x Salacres Polizzi litter. She deserved this step down in class to A7 and it was good to see Capo gain a much deserved win. Hopefully she can put the confidence gained from this victory to good use and she can add another win to her tally soon. Salacres Fred was our second winner of the night when landing his A5 race. Fred isn't the easiest dog to train , he craves alot of attention but he's been running well lately in his grade and is young enough to improve a little more yet. Salacres Douglas was our third and final winner on the night. I'm really pleased with how Douglas has turned out for us. Douglas had been struggling a little in A5 grade down at Crayford when he went up for sale. We managed to check out a few videos of the dog running and he looked like he would be much more suited to the galloping circuit at Notts. He's not let us down yet and this was his fifth win from just eleven starts for us. He's got a nice bit of early pace and i'm sure he can add to his tally over the next few months. Salacrespatience claimed second in her A4.
Two winners on Saturday night , both of which came in 305m sprint races. First up was Salacres Times in D2. Bred by Zero Ten and out of Derrane Oyster Times is a real nice early paced bitch who finds this sprint trip perfect. She pinged out the traps and put her early pace to good use to just about hold on from the fast finishing Salacres Ten. The Salacres forecast paid a nice £27.02. Our next winner was a dog who is now called Salacres Hunter. Previously named Killure Hunter this dog has just arrived at our kennels from Dave Mullins down at Romford. He's a dog blessed with a decent turn of early pace and though this looked a tough D1 we did fancy him to grab the rail early and put himself in contention. After trapping well Hunter showed a nice turn of pace to the corner and once turning in front the result never really looked in doubt. A nice debut win for Hunter in a decent 1789 calculated.
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