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Track record

Joseph Dotters
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24 Sep 2020 13:21


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Just looking through the sporting press there and I see dunham noels sprint track record drumbo park in as 17=52 now if im not mistaken the track was given as 15fast on that night which left the record 17=67 my obvious interest would be robbies tornado as I own the dam clocked 17=73 last saturday night in an sso sprint the track running normal a few people long standing doggie man maintaind the track being back so all in all robbies would have broke the record being a level playing afield



Maureen Day
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24 Sep 2020 14:05


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I don't know what the rules are in Ireland for track records but in the UK it is the actual time recorded that counts, not the adjusted time.



Frank Muldowney
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24 Sep 2020 16:09


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track records are on the clock


Joseph Dotters
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24 Sep 2020 16:14


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Well maureen l cud only imagine if a dog done 28=20 on a fast track they say its 20 fast the time would be adjusted to 28=40


Frank Muldowney
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24 Sep 2020 17:11


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yes but not for track record


Joseph Dotters
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24 Sep 2020 21:07


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Will there ye go. Frank didnt know that and theres been greyhounds involved in our family 60yrs plus never knew that its times onthe wall


David Dunne
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24 Sep 2020 22:11


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frank muldowney wrote:

track records are on the clock

correct


Joseph Dotters
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24 Sep 2020 22:14


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As I said didnt know that no problem good to know


Dick Ciampa
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24 Sep 2020 22:58


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In the U.S. it's just the time on the clock.

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