Shadow is fine after successful operation PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Walsh   
Saturday, 28 November 2020

sophie and shadow.pngMiterdale Shadow should be back in 2021 to defend the HTA senior championship title he won in this shortened season.

Sophie Steele’s kennel star had two pins inserted into his wrist after breaking a bone back at the end of the September.

It meant “Buster” had to miss the last month of the season but his 13 wins accumulated over the three months when trailing was possible were enough,in the end, to give him the title.

Huntsman’s Nimrod was beaten into second place in the last trail of the season at Millstone Moor so missed the opportunity to share the title.

This week Sophie had her champion back at the vets to have the pins removed and the world afterwards was very encouraging.

She reported: “The operation went well and the pins are out so now it’s just rest and time, hopefully meaning he will be running again next year.”

Sophie also reported that Shadow should be a dad by then as he’s been lined with Kinniside Molly, who will be having her first pups. She’s the result of a Brad/Sawdust mating.

All of the HTA will be hoping the forecast of an end to Covid-19 by Easter next year will be accurate and the 2021 season will be a full and exciting one.

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