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Jane says bye bye to field for win number 12

By Robert Fenton

Published 02/05/2016

The black pup, not yet two until July and trained by Dennis's brother Hugh, won this at the lift of the lids (stock photo)
The black pup, not yet two until July and trained by Dennis's brother Hugh, won this at the lift of the lids (stock photo)

Bye Bye Jane has run more than half-a-century of races and has still lost none of her enthusiasm as seen at Drumbo Park on Saturday night.

She is back to her best and it was no surprise to see her maximise trap one in landing win number 12 over four bends.

The black lady, trained by Dunmurry's Liam Geraghty for Belfast's Pat Ferris, loves to run from the front and once there, is difficult to peg back.

And so it was again as she led all the way, holding off the persistent challenge from Briggs Buoy by a length (29.18) with Hooya Crater staying on for third, a further length adrift.

Coalisland's Eugene O'Neill had two runners in the S8 sprint final the previous night and collected the £300 prize and trophy with She's Royal.

Quickly into her stride she was always in control coming home a length and half ahead of Masterofthehill in 18.22 secs.

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