Peter Farrell

Bloodsweatnbeers is in brilliant form of late and he added a third win on the trot on last night’s Clonmel card.

Owned by Nigel Quinn, the talented black started his streak with a rapid 28.60 victory at the tail end of August and he soon followed the up one week later with another smart performance, clocking 28.76 on that occasion. Competing in what was a very competitive concluding race at Clonmel last night, the July 20’ whelp went to traps a 2/1 shot to seal the hat-trick and he certainly didn’t disappoint his followers despite a slight stumble when exiting trap two. It was in fact Warrenstown Boy who led early and he held a three length advantage over Bloodsweatnbeers entering the back straight. However, despite the leader clocking a brilliant 16.05 sectional to the third turn, Bloodsweatnbeers never broke stride around the penultimate corner and he began to turn the screw on the leader entering the home straight. Powering out wide on the run to home, the son of Sh Avatar and Nutty Beth flew across the line to defeat Warrenstown Boy by one length, in a time of 28.81.


Elsewhere on the card, there was a double for Golden trainer Graham Holland and Romeo Hanzo in particular, caught the eye.

An even money shot at the off, the David Firmager-owned tracker is only an April 21’ whelp but if last night’s performance is anything to go by, we will be hearing plenty from this son of Romeo Recruit and Fabulous Mila going forward. Led early by Flashy Tornado, Romeo Hanzo took charge at the 300-yard box and from there, he continued to draw clear of the leader in exceptional fashion. Storming to a near twelve length victory, the time was a sensational 28.44.

Shortly after, Sunline completed the kennel double as he made every yard of the running to justify his even money price tag. Owned by John William Byrne, Sunline was seeking a second career win and he broke best of all from trap four to show his rivals a clean pair of heels early on. Motoring down the back, the son of Jaytee Jet and Droopys Breeze set a fine gallop throughout and he was three lengths better off than Dysert Moment crossing the line. The time was 28.93.