Supreme Johnson reigns supreme in the Hall Green Bags Intertrack Runners Up Heat –Greyhound Racing Update

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Supreme Johnson reigns supreme in the Hall Green Bags Intertrack Runners Up Heat

Supreme Johnson emerged victorious in the Hall Green Bags Intertrack Runners Up Heat 3 on Monday, January 30, 2012. This was a 480 metres Grade A2 race, which had a winning cash prize of £122.
Despite not being the favourite to win, Supreme Johnson ran superbly and left the rest of the pack way behind. He was the only greyhound to clock a time less than 29 seconds.
The triumphant dog had entered the race from trap number six, and completed the overall distance in 28.95 seconds. He was given a starting price of 7 to 1 by the bookmakers, who might have more confidence in the hound in the future events.
Supreme Johnson got off to a very good start in the race, but lost his lead in the middle section. However, he did not give up until the end, and kept on pressing hard for victory. As a result, he ended up on top of the table by a comfortable margin.
The S. M. Buckland trained greyhound is the son of Ninja Jamie, out of Supreme Hestia and was born in June, 2010. He was the youngest of all participants in the heat.
Second place went to Kilcarrigg Champ, who was the least favourite to win with a starting price of 8 to 1. He completed the race distance in 29.17 seconds, after popping out from trap number three.
The runner up dog took off slowly, but gained momentum as the race progressed. His trainer, G. B. Ballentine, would have been extremely happy with the outcome of the event. He is the son of Top Honcho out of Kilcarrig House, and was born in August,
The race favourite, Compass Leah, ended up in third place by just a head’s distance. She was given a starting price of 1 to 1 for this race, but was unable to win. Her speed was good and she led the race for some time, before she fell behind in finished
The S. W. Deakin trained b***h is the daughter of Droopys Vieri, out of Free Access. She was born in August, 2007.
The bottom three finishers, Springwell Hot, Enormas Frankie and Ask Flash failed to challenge the front runners. However, they will be looking forward to make an impression in the future events.
There was some nail biting competition at the top of the order in this race, which provided terrific entertainment to the spectators.



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