We have had a busy week welcoming in the new trial members. We hope you all enjoy your month with us and continue your membership to become owners of all the Bullseye dogs for many years to come.
I hope everyone has had a chance to explore the member’s zone this will be updated frequently and we will be adding new features throughout the year. If there is anything you would like to see in there don’t hesitate to let us know and we will do our best to make it happen.
Club Dogs Performances
Bullseye Destiny – Destiny ran on Thursday’s card. She had been upgraded to A5 following her impressive win last week and wasn't far away from following up with another success. After missing the break and recording a career low split she ran on really strongly to finish second by only a length. We believe the way she finished the race shows she will be successful over the 540m trip when she steps back up to it.
Bullseye Bully – Bully had the week off after sustaining a minor injury last week after his run on Saturday night he is having another week off resting and then Tom will check him over again to see if he is ready to race again. He was walked on Sunday and was very energetic so seems to be recovering really well.
Bullseye Dolly – After having the week off last week Dolly has been busy with two runs this week. Her first run was in the A4 on Tuesday she trapped really well recording a 3.55 split and went round the first bend in front. She was however beaten 4 lengths into second by a good winner. Her second was the last race on the Saturday night card live on RPGTV. The race contained a lot of early paced dogs and when not leading it was race over. She is now at a very winnable level however so when the right race comes along she should take her chance.
Bullseye Lola – Lola ran on Tuesday night in an A6 and ended up finishing second. We thought she would go close in a clean run race and she did after going down by about a length she was a long way clear at the pickup. We have been very happy with the speed she has shown in these races over a shorter than ideal distance with a second and third. Lola then had her 714m trial on Saturday night recording an impressive 46.79 (+30 47.09), with a 23.80 split. She will only get stronger over the trip and if the first trial is anything to go by she should be very competitive over E2/3 level.
We are going to be holding a kennel meet and greet on Sunday the 21st. so come along it would be great to see you there. For more info visit the kennel visit blog post.
Dolly meeting new member Pete this week.