Rampant Razzle won the An-Cu Veterinary 525 Final, the feature race at tonight’s greyhound racing in Lifford.Crossing the finish line in 28.97 seconds, the 6/1 outsider, owned and trained by Mark Duffy, had three lengths to spare from 5/4 favourite Turbine Tulip, owned and trained by Willie Foley.Tonight’s results were: Race 1 (350 yards): 1, Friend of Jack 5/2; 2, Pollys Ace 3/1. Time: 19.63. Distance: half a length.Race 2 Buy a Buster 350 (350 yards): 1, Gilti Aero 4.6 fav; 2, Fridays Berlin 2/1. Time: 18.94. Distance: 5 lengths.Race 3 The Try a Trio 525 (525 yards): 1, Hather for Luck 9/4 fav; 2, Tommylees Buddy 4/1. Time: 29.73. Distance: half a length.Race 4 The Booking Office 525 (525 yards): 1, Whoop Whoop 2/1; 2, Hather Eve 4/1. Time: 29.04. Distance: 3.35 lengths. Race 5 “Like” Us on Facebook 525 (525 yards): 1, Barberfort Rock 6/4 fav; 2, Drumsna Royal 7/2. Time: 29.25. Distance: a length.Race 6 The Lifford €10 Sizzler Deal 350 (350 yards): 1, Backdoor Bucko 5/1; 2, China Moments 4/1. Time: 19.29. Distance: 1.75 lengths.Race 7 The Upcoming Sweepstakes (525 yards): 1, Tahina Sabrina 5/2; 2, Thrill Me 3/1. Time 28.79. Distance: 4 lengths.Race 8 The Lifford €15 Special (525 yards): 1, Corrin Gooch 5/4 fav; 2, Hather Lock 3/1. Time: 28.88. Distance: 2.5 lengths.Race 9 The Ultimate Dining Experience 525 (525 yards): 1, Hather Two Bake 3/1; 2, Ill Get That 5/2. Time: 28.85. Distance: 1.25 lengths. Race 10 The An-Cu Veterinary 525 Final (525 yards): 1, Rampant Razzle 6/1; Turbine Tulip 5/4 fav. Time: 28.97. Distance: 3.25 lengths.Race 11 www.liffordgreyhound.com 525 (525 yards): 1, Fridays Warsaw 1/1 fav; 2, Mullrook Dabhoyo 5/1. Time: 29.15. Distance: a short head.Race 12 The Getting Out 575 Bumper Stakes (575 yards): 1, Another Choice 4/1; 2, Budders Reward 5/1. Time: 32.14. Distance: a length.GREYHOUND RACING: TONIGHT’S LIFFORD RESULTS was last modified: July 26th, 2014 by johngerardShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:greyhoundLiffordResults
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Throughout the 2015 growing season, we have heard about the challenges farmers are dealing with when it comes to disease and pest pressures, the unforgiving onslaught of thunderstorm after thunderstorm and what seems to be endless amounts of rain flooding out would-be flourishing corn and bean fields across Ohio.The weekly crop progress reports have pegged the northwest part of Ohio as the spot that was getting the brunt of the punishing weather and I have heard from farmers in that area about how bad things were. But, it wasn’t until a trip to that part of the state on July 21st that I truly understood the breadth of the unfortunate situation.I considered this a warmup to what is yet to come for my trips on the Ohio and Pro Farmer Crop Tours. Here are just some of the pictures that were collected during our recent drive through Logan, Auglaize, Allen and Putnam counties. A corn field with a temporary pond on St Rt 198 just north of Wapak in Auglaize County. A charcoal colored wheat field half harvested in Allen County. A small patch of soybeans trying to make a late run through some corn stalks from a year ago in Allen County. Water logged soybeans in Allen County. An Allen County corn field that show major signs of too much rain. A struggling corn field west of Elgin, Ohio. Middle Point, Ohio is where I found this field. A soybean field in Wetzel, Ohio has a long way to go. This Grover Hill, Ohio corn field was one of the worst of the day. Had to get up close to see this field of soybeans in Grover Hill, Ohio.