Ballymac William keeps victory in sight for the Grade IR The Betting.Betfair.Com at Perry Barr

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Ballymac William keeps victory in sight for the Grade IR The Betting.Betfair.Com at Perry Barr 
Ballymac William will be the hound creating the buzz around the track on 21st
March, 2012, as he will be competing in the Grade IR The Betting.Betfair.Com at Perry Barr.
Competing for £500, the hounds will be covering a distance of 660 metres. The line-up consists of Westmead Bolt, Franks Four, Boherna Bridge, Ballintine Molly and Droopys Beano.
D. Childs trained Ballymac William has performed brilliantly this season. With his recent victory in the 630 at Monroe on 15th March, 2012, things are looking up for him.
The son of Magical Captain, out of Ballymac Floss, performed impressively as he defeated, Farloe Can Do, by a massive margin of 7 ¾ lengths. The difference was wide and there was no way that Farloe Can Do could challenge him in the dying stages of
the race.
The talent of this hound was exhibited in the Grade OR Bookmakers MIDI at Henlow on 1st March, 2012. He finished as a runner-up by a mere length to Boxie . The determination he showed speaks volume of the character of the hound,
which assures his connections that he will give his hundred percent in the upcoming races.
Droopys Beano is likely to give, Ballymac William, a run for his money, as he is looking in good form to beat him.  He will be racing with odds of 5 to 2. S. Cahill took the hound through two solo runs in order to prepare him for the race.
The hound does not lack any skill, but his talent needs to be polished and brought forward. He raced as a favourite, but finished fourth in the Betfred Standard Trophy Final at Nottingham on 20th February, 2012. In this race,
he is expected to perform well and bring his best game forward against tough adversaries.
With a recent triumph on 16th March, 2012, Ballintine Molly may be the one to beat in this race. Daughter of Nobooth For Gary, out of Monks Folly, defeated Rookery Pedro by 1 ½ lengths. Her trainer M. Wallis is confident that
her talent has blossomed, and that she will emerge victorious.
The bettors are speculating a victory for Ballymac William. He was named favourite in light of his recent performance. The second place is likely to be acquired by Droopys Beano and Ballintine Molly at a close finish in third place.
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