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PostSubject: When football goes to the dogs   Mon Mar 17, 2008 6:50 pm

A RETIRED greyhound disrupted a
professional soccer game in England when the floodlights and crowd
noise brought back memories of her racing days.



Fool's Mile escaped from owner Jane Holland and ran
four circuits of the pitch, halting play between Blackpool Reserves and
Burnley Reserves and prompting a standing ovation from spectators.
Holland said the five-year-old greyhound with 11 wins to her name appeared to be reliving her glory days.
"It was as if all her old instincts had come back," Holland told Britain's The Sunday Telegraph newspaper.
"We were nearby and when she heard the crowd she was off."


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PostSubject: Re: When football goes to the dogs   Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:36 pm

Awww bless her. Laughing

It's good to know that she is one of the lucky
greyhounds who hasn't been 'disposed' of now
that she doesn't race anymore.

Hope she gets many more chances to relive her
glory days. Laughing
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