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Taggart's delight at Mover's quick run

By Robert Fenton

She's A Mover certainly lived up to her name with the fastest run seen at Drumbo Park since Quietly won the Tennents Gold Cup back in October.

Quietly clocked 28.61 seconds that night over in the £5,000 open and Mover got to within four spots (28.65) with a blistering turn of speed on Saturday night which left Belfast owner Francis Taggart purring with delight.

The black bitch was in blistering form beating a good line-up from start to finish.

Leading round the first bend from Drumcrow Chrissy, she soared down the back straight and romped home six lengths in front of Jades Impact.

Meanwhile, Beaming Coyoteo is emerging as a strong staying bitch with a very bright future ahead.

Two runs at Drumbo and two wins including the final of the Tote 550 (A4) contest which saw her demolish the opposition for the second week in a row and better her winning time by 43 spots (30.08).

Handled by Banbridge's Willie Connolly, the dark brindle who went off at hot 1/2 favourite in view of her semi-final performance, put this race to bed early breaking first from the middle boxes, moving out wide and sweeping the first bend in control.

The further they went the further she was winning and the victory margin of 12 lengths speak for itself.

Shoulda Coulda was second with Ginger Spice a length further back in third.

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