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Coill Bhui Noir wins A7/A8 final for Listowel owners John and Sinéad O’Sullivan

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KGS Manager Declan Dowling presents the winner's trophy to joint-owner Sinead O'Sullivan after Coill Bhui Noir won the RCETS Traceability App A7/8 Stake at the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on Saturday. Included, from left, are joint-owner John O'Sullivan, Seamus Ó Súilleabháin and Pa Lucid. Photo by www.deniswalshphotography.com

KGS Manager Declan Dowling presents the winner's trophy to joint-owner Sinead O'Sullivan after Coill Bhui Noir won the RCETS Traceability App A7/8 Stake at the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on Saturday. Included, from left, are joint-owner John O'Sullivan, Seamus Ó Súilleabháin and Pa Lucid. Photo by www.deniswalshphotography.com

KGS Manager Declan Dowling presents the winner's trophy to joint-owner Sinead O'Sullivan after Coill Bhui Noir won the RCETS Traceability App A7/8 Stake at the Kingdom Greyhound Stadium on Saturday. Included, from left, are joint-owner John O'Sullivan, Seamus Ó Súilleabháin and Pa Lucid. Photo by www.deniswalshphotography.com

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SATURDAY night’s programme at the Oakview venue featured the final of an A7/ A8 525 sweepstake and the winner’s purse of €700 was claimed by John and Sinéad O’Sullivan, of Listowel, who saw their bitch, Coill Bhui Noir, set herself up for victory by breaking smartly from trap 5 and then clearing the opening bend just ahead of Muingwee Dolly and Ballyfidora Sid on her inside.

Once in front off that opening bend, there was to be no catching her and she raced home three and a half lengths ahead of Muingwee Dolly in 29.09 (.20 fast), with a length and a half back to Misty Sapphire.


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