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Sidaz Jack can be a champion again; GREYHOUNDS.

CHARLIE LISTER OBE, greyhound racing's most successful trainer, will target his young champion Sidaz Jack at the PS200,000 William Hill Derby at Wimbledon next May.

The dog, who was one of the youngest winners of the Greyhound Derby in its 90-year history earlier this year, now misses the Yarmouth Derby and will be kept off for the rest of the year.

"He suffered a little injury setback but is young enough to come back, and hopefully will be even better next year.

"I've told his owners Simon Wooder and Daren Johnson we'll rest him now," said Lister.

Meanwhile, one of the sport's top racers Loughteen Blanco has been honoured by the Greyhound Writers' Association with their monthly award.

Seamus Cahill's dog wins August's title after winning the Coral Sussex Cup a few weeks back.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Sep 15, 2013
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