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moaning wife
17 Nov 09 16:58
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After being disqualified in its last race in Ireland, I am not convinced the dog is qualified to run tonight. If the dog does run then obviously I am wrong.

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By:
candlestick
When: 17 Nov 09 17:28
a greyhound suspended in Ireland requalifies by having a handslip set off just behind another runner.

it couldn't have had British trials without the Irish book being present and it was the Irish book that would have been withheld after the suspension pending satisfactory clearing trial.
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moaning wife
When: 17 Nov 09 17:37
Thanks for the reply. Does not seem a very satisfactory way for a dog to be cleared. Out of interest how many times is a dog allowed to be suspended in Ireland before it is warned off for good ?
By:
armchair jockey wilson!!
When: 18 Nov 09 00:21
it is a perfect way to clear a dog......a handslip behind another dog would clearly show up something that was dodgy....provided of course that the dog it is slipped behind doesnt just run away from it!
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Keith Singleton
When: 18 Nov 09 06:19
We know he has a kink but boy he ran well last nite...
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