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Sport | 13th June 2019

Tynemouth runs away


Tynemouth had another two wins and is running away with the senior championship for owners Teddy Storrow and Sandra Mordue.
Both BHTA trails were at Steel Rigg, with Saturday being the Twice Brewed Show.
On Tuesday, at the halfway stage, Tynemouth had a big lead, only to run off and join in way behind the others but, by the time they appeared down the finish, he was back in front with an unassailable lead and won easily.
On Saturday he made no such mistake and won by about 200 yards.
The others had a good race to the line, with Delta Script holding off a challenge from Frankel and Buster Moon and Tommy Moon in close pursuit.
Linda Neale’s Longtown kennel had a good week in the senior maidens, winning with Eagle Priya on Tuesday and Eagle Hope winning on Saturday.
Their pup Eagle Star also had her second win on Saturday after a creditable second to Jazzle on
The Hills’ kennel is also firing well at the moment. Bobby Moon stormed home in the puppy maidens to win on Saturday, leaving Fire Gem in his wake.
In the veterans Castle Caledonia and Tyler Moon had a tremendous race running neck and neck all the way. Caledonia held off a late challenge to win.

Steel Rigg, Tuesday, June 4
Seniors: Tynemouth, Eagle End, Fireman, Delta Script, Tyneview, Tommy Moon. 7 ran. 23.37.
Senior maidens: Eagle Priya, Eagle Dude, Lucky Charm, Delta Shimmer, Bella Moon. 5 ran. 25.25.
Pups: Jazzle, Eagle Star, Fire Belle, Delta Scope, Polaris. 5 ran. 12.18.
Puppy maidens: Bobby Moon, Fire Gem, Sportsman, Border Blossom, Unsure, Fire Echo. 6 ran, 13.21.

Twice Brewed Show, Saturday, June 8
Seniors: Tynemouth, Delta Script, Frankel, Buster Moon, Tommy Moon, Pirate Jake. 9 ran. 21.56.
Senior maidens: Eagle Hope, Eagle Dude, Red Hot Bob, Bella Moon, Castle Clansman, Delta Shimmer. 6 ran. 23.39.
Pups: Eagle Star, Fire Belle, Polaris, Sportsman, Border Blossom, Delta Scope. 8 ran. 12.29.
Veterans: Castle Caledonia, Tyler Moon, Eagle Priya, Jazz Singer, Border Jasmine. 5 ran. 12.09.

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