Billis Renegade eager to complete hat-trick
After a week-long training session, Billis Renegade seems to be all ready to complete another hat-trick of his success-studded career. As the J. Foster trained fawn and white dog prepares to participate in tonight?s open race of Read Tipster In Metro Every Day Stayers Hurdle, many sport experts strongly believe that he will deliver a winning performance over 540 meters. The ?250 race is scheduled to go down at Crayford with the course being hurdled.
Considering the four-year-old veteran hound?s excellent track record, the punters have granted him the favourite tag for this race that he will start from the red box with sheer stamina and high spirit.
Billis Renegade has proved his class on many mega occasions. He loves to jump over hurdles, presenting a fantastic action before his fans.
In the beginning of his career, the skilled sprinter used to run over flat tracks, but he set himself for hurdles permanently later on.
During July-August, the talented son of Tyrur Ted out of Loclar Cia attained some decent feats. After winning the Sittingbourne Hurdle - Heat 1 by a neck?s margin, he finished first in a T2 race by 6? lengths.
The brilliant hound gained great applause when he beat the hot favourite rival, Roses Rockin, to claim the title of Cearnsport Grand National - Heat 2.
The enthusiastic runner extended his momentum to September as well and hilariously sealed first position in the Champions Night Hurdle - Heat 2 that went down at Romford. He stood fist by two lengths? margin in his last outing named as Champions Night Hurdle Final.
Now, Billis Renegade is confident to complete his hat-trick, and for this purpose, he will unleash a fiery run by managing to cross the hurdles carefully.
None of the dog?s rivals is strong enough to challenge him except Faithful Ranger who is too on the verge of a hat-trick.
The A. Green trained black dog broke his maiden with the 16?-length clean triumph in a T3 race on September 8. That grand conquest was followed by another decent victory.
Thus, the novice runner is likely to perform well, but he cannot be able to outplay the hot favourite candidate.
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