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WALKING AWAY A CHAMPION


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(Left) an emotional NIkki McRae after the race (right) Ronnie gives Nikki a kiss.

It was an emotion charged night at Warragul, with Walk Hard (box 5 – $10.70) winning the Group 2 Lion Quality Products Warragul Cup (460m) for trainer Nikki McRae in a time of 25.60s.

Hand-picked by McRae as a three-month old pup, Walk Hard has been plagued by injury throughout his career, with an ongoing stopper bone problem constantly ruling the greyhound out of racing.

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