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Babycham is the toast for Alan at Wardhall PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Walsh   
Tuesday, 14 July 2020

hounds jumping fence.pngThe third meeting of the season over the Wardhall course was the lowest in participating hounds.

Only 41 contested the three main trails while just seven entered the All-in, including two hounds which had already won this season.

Alan Blacklock enjoyed success on Saturday at Potter’s Park when Limber beat Best Mate in the opening senior trail.

Well this time it was Babycham (pictured below right), who led for a fair way out who followed-up for the Blacklock kennel and again Best Mate was on the receiving end, beaten by two lengths.

The pups provided another one-two for the Dearham kennel of Joe Abram as Silver Mist beat Silver Dancer by three lengths.blacklock and babycham.png

In the open maidens Tony Irving’s Tom Thumb (pictured below left) was the winner from Cracking Spirit and Oakbank Izzy.

The night was rounded-off by an All-In trail with Release the Beast, who has already won twice this season, proving the strongest of the seven runners.

The next meeting will  be back at Wardhallon Thursday because tomorrow’s trails at Cold Fell have been cancelled because there are still sheep on the fell.

tony irving tom thumb.pngTuesday, July 14


Seniors : 1, Babycham; 2, Best Mate; 3, Mystery Bound; 4, Silver Dusk; 5, General James; 6, Miterdale Shadow. 13 ran. Time: 26.35.

Pups: 1, Silver Mist; 2, Silver Dancer; 3, Wait and See; 4, Cracking Last One Two; 5, Meadow misty; 6. Shiraz. 11 ran. Time: 16.41.

Open maidens: 1, Tom Thumb; 2, Cracking Spirit; 3, Oakbank Izzy; 4, Solitaire; 5, Blue Bolt; 6, Artemis. 17 ran. Time: 16.30.

All in: 1, Release the Beast; 2, Bob; 3, Apache; 4, Hunter’s Flame; 5, Kaiser Sosa; 6, Captain Jack. 7 ran, Time: 16.42.

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