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Pestana First Greyhound in History to break 29 sec


Kevin Wright
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Breeding..
CLICK HERE
Record Breaking run ...
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Jack Ogilvie
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28 Aug 2020 02:29


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Genus wow.


Sandro Bechini
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28 Aug 2020 03:32


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Didn't he fly the lids!!



Ryan Vanderwert
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Pestana's litter is primarily and intensely linebred in the x path to Miss Gorgeous through full blood relations Rooster Cogburn(in Flying Pensky's pedigree) and Sand Man (in Kinloch Brae's pedigree). Noticed this happen a few times lately to be a coincidence.

The xy angle to New Tears generally produces real speed dogs too and this case appears to be no exception there.

btw I thought Brett Lee was the first.


Darren Leeson
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28 Aug 2020 07:45


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Same key genetics as - EXTERNAL LINK



Jack Ogilvie
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28 Aug 2020 07:47


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Gezus wow.


Paul Dicks
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28 Aug 2020 11:53


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Love those "experts" that tell you how well bred a dog is after it becomes a champion. Been happening on G-D since it first opened. Never fails to give me a chuckle. Keep up the great work fellas



Malcolm Smart
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28 Aug 2020 13:15


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EXTERNAL LINK


David Deguara
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28 Aug 2020 14:08


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Ryan,

The post heading is indeed incorrect; sorry Kevin, pedantic I know, but incorrect nonetheless - not 'in History', just 'in Ireland'.

To quote Ian Fortune (commentator)..."We've seen the record broken, the first greyhound ever to break 29 seconds for 550 yards in Ireland - Pestana, sensational!"



Kevin Wright
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28 Aug 2020 23:19


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david deguara wrote:

Ryan,

The post heading is indeed incorrect; sorry Kevin, pedantic I know, but incorrect nonetheless - not 'in History', just 'in Ireland'.

To quote Ian Fortune (commentator)..."We've seen the record broken, the first greyhound ever to break 29 seconds for 550 yards in Ireland - Pestana, sensational!"




Tony Digiorgio
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28 Aug 2020 23:51


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I hope you're not telling me there are breeding formulas Kevin...

And here I was thinking it was purely good luck.





Kevin Wright
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Tony Digiorgio wrote:

I hope you're not telling me there are breeding formulas Kevin...

And here I was thinking it was purely good luck.


Tony

I've found that luck is quite predictable.
If you want more luck, take more chances.

Breeding a fast Greyhound takes luck patience and Money

Everyone is a Breeding Guru no one is better than anyone else .

We all have our opinions and Theories and formulas i respect them all




Mark Staines
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30 Aug 2020 03:22


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Ryan Vanderwert wrote:

Pestana's litter is primarily and intensely linebred in the x path to Miss Gorgeous through full blood relations Rooster Cogburn(in Flying Pensky's pedigree) and Sand Man (in Kinloch Brae's pedigree). Noticed this happen a few times lately to be a coincidence.

The xy angle to New Tears generally produces real speed dogs too and this case appears to be no exception there.

btw I thought Brett Lee was the first.

New Tears imo was the ultimate click for imported bloodlines !!!!!!



Colin Humphryes
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30 Aug 2020 06:38


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Pestana wins in the fastest time of the heats, draws T5 in the third quarter final, five inside seeds and one wide


David McGrath
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30 Aug 2020 10:58


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Colin Humphryes wrote:

Pestana wins in the fastest time of the heats, draws T5 in the third quarter final, five inside seeds and one wide

He has a great draw In the quarter final.

He is in T5, he is well proven there.

He has the tightest railing Open Class dog in Ireland in Trap 4

He has 20 spots on the split on Ballymac Cooper in Trap 6



Colin Humphryes
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Colin Humphryes wrote:

Pestana wins in the fastest time of the heats, draws T5 in the third quarter final, five inside seeds and one wide


I missed that there was a 29.11 winner in earlier heat! But happy with my 16/1 antepost voucher!


Darren Leeson
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Yep as big a superstar in Newinn Taylor - 3.33 / 16.79 / 29.11

Pestana did 3.32 / 16.90 / 29.15

The main difference is needing Pestana to draw poorly (as he did last night and again in the 1/4s) for Taylor to capitalise. As Taylor is a wide seed and won’t dominate Pestana from an inside draw of T1 or T2 (16.83 to 3rd bend).

Should they both cut at each other Ballymac Wild is the most adaptable to run over the top of them. This could be some final if they all get through!!


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