Mays Stewart set to win Belle Vue Stayers

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Mays Stewart set to win Belle Vue Stayers
Mays Stewart is all set to clinch top spot in Belle Vue Stayers that will start at 20:40 (GMT) on Thursday night, May 3. The high-stakes Open Race over the distance of 670 meters has £150 in the prize purse.
Mays Stewart is well-prepared to face five worthy rivals such as Swift Leah, Killieford Blaze, Elwick Quiz, Kielduff Merc and Westeve Lil.
The L. Troughton-trained white and black dog owns a terrific track record. Since starting his career in July 2011, the three-year-old young hound has been winning with regular intervals. He has achieved a number of remarkable feats so far.
During the last four months, the dashing dog delivered some eye-catching performances on various tracks including Sheffield, Doncaster, Nottingham and Bellevue.
On March 19, the brilliant runner won a race by the mammoth margin of 8 ¼ lengths. This convincing victory introduced him as a strong prospect in the betting market, and he went on to run with a favourite tag in each of the next three races.
During the second half of April, the talented son of Zigzag Stewart out of Valentia Show accomplished two classic triumphs along with a runner-up rank elegantly.
At the moment, Mays Stewart is carrying the burden of many expectations that the punters have hinged on him. Wearing a favourite band, he will surely be able to make a big impact tonight. His chances to thrive are up to 93 percent.
Elwick Quiz and Killieford Blaze are also likely to do well in the Stayers.
Elwick Quiz achieved an epic hat-trick of victories during November 2011. M. Walsh’s black b***h extended her winning momentum to 2012 as well and won a race each in the first three months of the year. She nicely finished as the runner-up in her last outing
on April 26.
On the other hand, Killieford Blaze made some fabulous marks at Shawfield track during the last two months, winning two races and finishing well in the others. Overall, he possesses an excellent track record.
Though there will be a rip-roaring clash tonight but Mays Stewart is likely to lift the race title emphatically. Let us get ready for a fantastic action. Good luck to all the hounds.
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