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VIDEO: Box speed Might prove enough in Warrnambool Classic

Trainer Peter Presutto warns that anything can happen in Wednesday night’s $106,500 Macey’s Bistro Warrnambool Classic (450m).

Presutto’s greyhound Magic Is Might is renowned for his early speed, and after leading a long way in his semi-final he was run down by Aeroplane Bob.

“He has a bit of trouble hanging on but I think he’s getting better as time goes on,” Presutto said.

“He has been in good form since he has come back from having his tonsils out (winning four from six) and he seems to be getting better and better with each run.”

“We’re a chance…we’re in it. With his box speed, anything can happen.”

2016 Macey’s Bistro Warrnambool Classic Semi-Final Interviews

2016 WARRNAMBOOL CLASSIC SEMI 1: Trainers Michael Vaughan (Shep) and Jerry Maye (Connemara Black) on making it through to Wednesday night’s $106,500 Group 2 final.
2016 WARRNAMBOOL CLASSIC SEMI 2: Handlers Dustin Drew (Kilty Express) and Angela Langton (One For Me) on making it through to Wednesday night’s $106,500 Group 2 final.
2016 WARRNAMBOOL CLASSIC SEMI 3: Trainers Brett Bravo (Cactus Jack) and David Geall (Striker Klinsman) on making it through to Wednesday night’s $106,500 Group 2 final.

2016 WARRNAMBOOL CLASSIC SEMI 4: Trainers Jason Thompson (Aeroplane Bob) and Peter Presutto (Magic Is Might) on making it through to Wednesday night’s $106,500 Group 2 final.

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