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NEW TRACK RECORD: Unlawful Entry breaks Bekim Bale’s long-standing Sandown Park run

Unlawful Entry (Pictured) has broken Bekim Bale‘s Sandown Park 515m record clocking  a slick 28.95 seconds.

The Brett Bravo trained greyhound shaved 1/100th of a second off the five-year-old track record recorded in 2011.

Jumping from box one, Unlawful Entry lead from start to finish, blitzing his rivals in the track record breaking effort.

Owner Bronte Bravo, 13-years-old, has seen her star chaser’s earnings escalate to over $200,000 from just 31 starts for 14 wins and six minor placings.

Unlawful Entry burst onto the scene when he won the Group 2 Great Chase Series at The Meadows – from there the brindle chaser has created a cult following from his charity link, Riding Develops Abilities, who can be spotted on course in purple.

WATCH: Unlawful Entry break Bekim Bale’s five-year-old track record at Sandown Park.

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