Greyhound Derby Final: Steal for Hustle

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The Independent Online
RINGA HUSTLE became the first dog to wear the white jacket of trap three to victory in the Greyhound Derby Final since the race moved to Wimbledon in 1985 when showing blistering early pace in the pounds 40,000 event on Saturday night, writes Matt Chapman. The Tony Meek-trained, 5-2 second favourite beat the 7-1 chance Sullane Castle (trap one) by 2 1/4 lengths in a time of 28.62sec. Greenane Squire, the 15-8 favourite, finished fourth.

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