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Hounds | 2nd May 2019

No fog on Tynemouth



AT WEST Woodburn Tynemouth and Ranger set off with a good lead in the seniors and maintained this all the way, with Tynemouth winning comfortably down the finish.
Castle Clansman and Strider led the senior maidens out over the top. Heading for home Castle Clansman, Lucky Charm, Tommy Moon and Mr Houdini were all in close contact.
As the appeared on the finish, Lucky Charm had about six lengths on Tommy Moon who finished well from behind to take it on the line.
In the puppy trail Jazzle took them out over the top and was still in front leading them back into view, with Polaris about 10 lengths behind.
Jazzle ran off and put in a large circle and rejoined in about fourth. Onto the finish Polaris would have about 10 lengths or more but Jazzle closed this down and passed Polaris about 20 yards from the finish but Polaris stepped up again and came back to win on the line.
In the puppy maidens Bobby Moon drove them going out. As they came to the finish, Sportsman and Fire Gem had joined him. Bobby Moon stayed on for a deserved win to give the Hill family a double on the day.
Castle Caledonia led the veterans over the top, with Tyler Moon and Mr Ant for company. Back across the fell Caledonia had opened a good lead on Delta Sparkle, Tyler Moon and Eagle Priya.
He held on for an easy win but it was a good race for the other places.
Westwoodburn, Saturday, April 27
Seniors: Tynemouth, Ranger, Fire Bolt, Delta Script, Buster Moon, Eagle End. 9 ran. 26.38.
Senior maidens: Tommy Moon, Lucky Charm, Mr Houdini, Castle Clansman, Strider, Delta Surprise. 7 ran. 27.53.
Pups: Polaris, Jazzle, Eagle Star, Fire Belle, Delta Scope. 5 ran. 12.50.
Puppy maidens: Bobby Moon, Sportsman, Fire Gem, Border Blossom, 4 ran. 14.42.
Veterans: Castle Caledonia; Tyler Moon; Delta Sparkle; Eagle Priya, Mr Ant, Ozzy the Lad. 6 ran. 12.23.
All In: Chancer, Bella Moon, Border Jasmine. 4 ran. 14.09.

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