Angela Harrison had a sensational 2018, perhaps most notably, training the runner-up in the Star Sports Greyhound Derby, Droopys Verve, who then went on to win the All England Cup and Dundalk International. Here, Angela’s Assistant Trainer and partner Jimmy Wright, tells us about their Derby team for 2019 and why he has high hopes.
Droopys Nadal is a dog that has taken plenty of time to come to hand. Now, at just 2 years old, he’s an exciting dog for the Harrison/Wright kennel. Jimmy tells us why he thinks the dog will thrive at Nottingham. LATEST STARSPORTS.BET ODDS
Droopys Trapper racked up many top class wins as a puppy and broke the Sunderland track record to boot. At two and a half years old, Jimmy is hoping he can now carry that form into the Star Sports Derby and tells us why preparation is key with this dog. LATEST STARSPORTS.BET ODDS
After winning the 2017 All England Cup, Droopys Expert suffered an injury that ultimately meant we didn’t see the best of him in last years Star Sports Derby. He’s going to be 4 years old in October but he’s back in-form and, perhaps surprisingly, Jimmy believes he could be the best of the bunch. LATEST STARSPORTS.BET ODDS
The 2018 Star Sports Derby runner-up is one cool customer. A seriously pacey dog who was extremely young to be lining up as a Derby contender, let alone finalist, last year as he only turned two during the Derby. He’ll have another crack at the title this year as a 3 year old and Jimmy explains why this dog will improve as the months go on. LATEST STARSPORTS.BET ODDS