Ro­tar Wing is go­ing for per­fect 10

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Et Sport -

RO­TAR Wing chases a 10th suc­ces­sive win over course and dis­tance when the sprint ace re­turns to Not­ting­ham again tonight.

The Ir­ish-bred speed­ster is the star of an im­pres­sive ken­nel for Spald­ing trainer David Pruhs, who has an un­canny knack of find­ing top-qual­ity sprint­ers.

In nine races over 305m at Not­ting­ham this year, Ro­tar Wing has come out on top and it’s a cer­tainty he will go off at a short price tonight,

He has been favourite in all nine races at the venue so far in 2010 and has been 4-7 or shorter on ev­ery oc­ca­sion.

Ro­tar Wing (be­low), who im­proved his own track record for 235m at Fen­gate in April, has won 13 of his 18 races at all venues this year, but clearly seems to have a lik­ing for Not­ting­ham. And hav­ing won half of his six races there last year, he seems to have moved up a gear and dis­cov­ered a fan­tas­tic strike rate this year.

His only real set­back came when he was lit­er­ally sent crash­ing at Wim­ble­don last month but he seems to have put that be­hind him and will be ex­pected to win again tonight.

Heather Dimmock, like Pruhs at­tached to Fen­gate, op­poses Ro­tar Wing tonight with Pim­per­nel Jack while the lo­cal train­ers also go head-to-head when she pitches Loughton Ranger up against Messina.

Pruhs also has Oran Phoenix on the card while Mayes Josie goes over 680m for Dimmock.

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