Rotar Wing is going for perfect 10
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.