June Monthly Report

Tom had an incredible 40 winners at Crayford in June which equals our previous total in March, with Bullseye Lola winning over the 540m. Bullseye Destiny is back on the card and has put in some good performances. Bullseye Dolly and Bullseye Cooba are currently out of action but are enjoying the rest and they will both be running again very soon.

Track

We have had two new dogs enter the kennel from the Yarmouth sales. Bullseye misty has had a couple of trials so far and runs Crayford very well and tom is pleased with how quickly she has taken to the track.

Beaming Passion has been in tremendous form since her return from having 9 months out through to injury. She has gone from A8 to A2 in just 11 races in which she has 7 wins, 3 2nd places, and 1 6th place. This shows how well the kennel is performing and how hard the staff work.

Tom is very happy with the way Bullseye Destiny has ran over the last few races and that her fitness is improving. Destiny has ran extremely well this year and after having 3 1st places and 2 2nds in January she has been crowned Crayford’s Bitch Of The Month for January. It is great to see Destiny back and running again.

Scarlet Sanyi has had his first win over the hurdles and done a very impressive time of 23.92 which some dogs who run over the flat cant do. A lot of hard work and effort has gone into Sanyi and it is great to see it all come off.

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Unfortunately, the racing club has had a few problems with Bullseye Master. In his 2nd trial round Crayford he thought all the way round and was disqualified by the racing office. Tom has decided that he will be rehomed and he will be going to a rehoming centre in the coming days.

We attended the Yarmouth sales and come away with two dogs Large Mary and Garsue Dakota. After getting members to come up with names we decided to call her Bullseye Misty so thank you to all those who provided names for her.

The Greyhound Derby was won by Dorotas Wildcat and what a performance it was. Congratulations to all connections and trainer Kevin Hutton for all the effort they put into that run.

May Monthly Report

Tom had a brilliant 35 winners at Crayford in May, with Bullseye Lola winning over the 540m. Bullseye Dolly, Bullseye Destiny and Bullseye Cooba are currently out of action at the moment but they are enjoying the rest and they will both be running again in a few weeks.

Trials

We have had six new dogs enter the kennel some are from the Crayford sales. It will be interesting to see how they develop as they are all still young. This is all very good news for Tom as it will improve his kennel strength further.

Tom is very happy with the way Bullseye Destiny trialled and that she is now available for the grader to use. Destiny has ran extremely well this year and after having a rest we believe she will be able to build on those previous performances. It is great to see Destiny back on the card.

Scarlet Sanyi was trained over the hurdle a few months ago and now has a few races over the jumps. He has jumped very well in all of his races and his first win is not far away now.

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Unfortunately the racing club has only had Bullseye Lola on the strength this month but Bullseye Destiny is now back on the card. She will need a few races to build up her fitness and get her mojo back.

The staff at the kennel are working harder than ever and it shows on the track with all of Toms dogs running very well at moment. Toms kennel strength is now one of the biggest at Crayford and that means we are getting more recognition from the greyhound world.

We have the Yarmouth sales coming up on the 10th of June and we are looking to buy another dog for the club. The club has purchased a new greyhound soon to be called Bullseye Master so this puts our total dogs to 5 for the club.

The Greyhound Derby is looking like it is going to be the best yet at Towcester and the dogs this year have been very good. It is going to be a close battle for the winner on Saturday but my favourite is Dorotas Wildcat who has performed very well in the competition so far but running from trap 3 could be a danger.

April monthly report

Tom had a fantastic 34 winners at Crayford in April, with both Bullseye Cooba and Bullseye Lola bringing a few of these. Bullseye Lola won her first 714m race and this is because of all the effort Tom and his team have put in improving her fitness and stamina.

Trials

We have had five new dogs enter the kennel from the Peterborough sales. It will be interesting to see how they develop and if they suit Crayford. This is all very good news for Tom as it will improves his kennel strength further.

We have a new member of staff join us in the kennel and he shows a lot of affection to all the dogs. His role will be to machine all the dogs after they have been checked over by Tom, to make sure injuries are prevented and treated.

We have a hurdle in one of our paddocks to train dogs over. Scarlet Sanyi was trained over the hurdle last month and has had his first few races in H2, where he has raced and jumped very well. We also put dogs into the paddocks everyday and it is very nice to see the dogs jump it by themselves for fun.

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Tom is very happy with the way Bullseye Destiny has performed this year and that she will soon be ready to retrial. Tom thinks Bullseye Dolly is showing great determination on the bends and works the straights to her advantage, so a win is not too far away. Bullseye Lola has now won over all three distances at Crayford. Tom and the club are very pleased with her performances of late. Bullseye Cooba is running very well at the moment and with a few wins this month, it shows how much potential she has having just turned 2. Tom believes Cooba shows great tenacity when running and her splits are getting quicker and more consistent.

We have the Crayford sales coming up next month so it will be interesting what dogs are in the auction and trials.

The Greyhound Derby kicked off this month and we look forward to seeing some cracking racing over the next couple of months. The final is held on 2nd June.

March Monthly Report

Tom had an unbelievable 40 winners at Crayford in March, with both Bullseye Cooba and Bullseye Lola bringing a few of these. Droopys Capel has gone from A7 to A4. This is because of all the effort Tom and his team have put in and boy does it show with his kennel running extremely well now.

Trials

We have had some new dogs that have come onto the card with Pesky Pigeon, Pesky Partridge, Pesky Pheasant and Milbank Brig.. This is all very good news for Tom as it improves his kennel strength further.

We have some pups which were born in November and they are developing very well. We hope they keep devolving and that in a year they perform on the track. We have a hurdle in one of our paddocks to train dogs on and their progress has been excellent. We have a dog called Scarlet Sanyi who runs over the 380 and 540 trips and he has recently been put over the hurdles at the kennel and will have a few trails over the jumps very soon, with everything going really well to date and we hope to see him in his first hurdle race very soon.

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Tom is very happy with the way Bullseye Destiny has performed this year and that after her season he thinks she will be able to kick on. Tom thinks Bullseye Dolly is showing great spirit when running and that a win is not far away, which we look forward to seeing. Bullseye Lola is now capable of running over all three distances at Crayford and he was pleased with her win over the 714 trip. Bullseye Cooba is running very well of late and with a few wins this month, Tom believes she shows great tenacity when running and her splits are getting quicker and more consistent.

Febuary Monthly Report

Tom had an incredible 30 winners at Crayford for February, with both Bullseye Destiny and Bullseye Lola bringing a couple of these. Aegean Delight and Unleasthelegend were both crowned Crayford’s Dog and Bitch of the month for February with 3 wins. This is because of all the effort Tom and his team have put in and boy does it show with his kennel running extremely well now. We have had a month to get to know the new Crayford dogs time table with a double meeting on Tuesday, a afternoon on Thursday, a morning on Friday and a double on Saturday.

Trials

We have had some dogs that have come onto the card with Local Moll, Dragon Apache and Pesky Squirrel so make sure to watch their progress. Tom has also purchased some new dogs, which have settled into the kennel very well. This is all very good news for Tom as it improves his kennel strength further.

We have Really o Riley who is currently being trained over the hurdles. We have built a hurdle in one of our paddocks to train him on and his progress has been excellent. He has now had a couple of 380m hurdle trials over Crayford. Tom has now started his clearing trials, with everything going really well to date and we hope to see him in his first hurdle race very soon.

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Tom is extremely happy with the way Bullseye Destiny has performed this year, adding some great wins to the kennel. Tom thinks Bullseye Dolly shows great spirit when running and that her win is not far away, which we look forward to seeing. Bullseye Lola is now capable of running over all three distances at Crayford and he was pleased with her win over the 540 trip. Bullseye Cooba is running very well of late and we think a win is coming very soon, as she shows great tenacity when running.

The Crayford Golden Jacket was held last month, which resulted in some fantastic racing and what a great performance from Shotgun Bullet to win the Golden jacket in emphatic fashion.

January Monthly Report

Tom had 23 winners at Crayford for January and Bullseye Destiny had three of these, this is not a true reflection on how the dogs are performing as they are all running really well. We have had to deal with the new Crayford dogs time table with a double meeting on Tuesday, a afternoon on Thursday, a morning on Friday and a double on Saturday. It has taken time to get used to it but the extra meeting is good for fans of greyhound racing

and Tom’s kennel.

Trials

We have had some dogs that have come onto the card with Glenside Brandy, Glenside Dave and Budding Beauty. We have also had a couple of dog’s trial over the longer distance with Bullseye Lola over the 714 and Pesky One over the 540, Tom has also been preparing some dogs for retrial that have been off for some time, this will be happening over the coming weeks. This is all very good news for Tom as it improves his kennel strength further.

We have Really o Riley who is currently being trained over the hurdles. We have built a hurdle in one of our paddocks to train him on and his progress has been excellent, he has had a few hurdle hand slips over Crayford and has jumped them very well. Tom will now give him a few 380 hurdle trials before his clearing trials over the next few weeks/months.

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Tom his very happy with the way Bullseye destiny is progressing, he thinks she shows great spirit when running. He also says Bullseye Dolly is training very well at the kennel and that her win is not far away. Bullseye Lola is now trialed over all three distances at Crayford and he was pleased with her performance in the 714 trial.

Unfortunately Bullseye Bully picked up another injury and we decided that because of his age, he will be retired with immediate effect. We have contacted Friends Of Crayford Retired Greyhounds and he will be found a loving home very soon.

The Crayford Golden Jacket Starts next month, which we hope will lead to some great racing at Crayford over the next few months and we hope to see you at the track or kennel soon.

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