Love Is Stronger Than Pulse At Dundalk

Fri 9th Nov 2012, 20:06

Love And Cherish (left) got the better of a great tussle with Dark Pulse with Caged Lightning back in 3rd
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In greyhound coursing parlance, Love And Cherish and Dark Pulse had a great buckle at the business end of the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden with the former prevailing by a head in the hands of Billy Lee at Dundalk.

Lee gave a rare airing to the Gigginstown House Stud silks at this venue and Love And Cherish, a daughter of Excellent Art, is trained by David Wachman.

Lee commented: "She did it well and she travelled well. The runner-up kept at her but my filly had a bit more in reserve. She kept responding and she's a nice prospect for next year." (MG & EM)

Wolverhampton/Dundalk, all the same to Bro

The only last time out winner in the field (that victory coming at Wolverhampton two weeks back), My Good Brother was friendless in the betting for the second split of the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Handicap at Dundalk. However the three-year-old top-weight shrugged aside such considerations to prevail under Colin Keane.