Packin The Heat Races Thursday Night At Hollywood
Well actually he, as in the James O’Donnell Kennel’s prize pup, Packin The Heat doesn’t have a gun but it sure seems like it when he shoots out of the starting box. Packin The Heat, based on his performance in last Saturday Night’s Hot Box Feature Race has gained the attention of all the railbirds at Hollywood Greyhound Track including “THE RAILBIRD” , Brian Lee from Portland Oregon. Packin The Heat was matched up in a mini stakes event for his maiden voyage over the Hollywood oval with some of the top maiden runners in the country. This star studded field including Packin The Heat’s full brother Big Bad Leroy proved no match for Packin. Shooting out of the seven box, Packin clocked a sizzling 5.62sec to the first sectional and romped to a easy win in the blazing time of 30.30 while coasting to easy six length victory.
Packin The Heat has already captivated the greyhound community at Hollywood and talk of a potential superstar in the making is abundant. Nobody doubts the talent of this young pup and even rumors of a World Classic entry have been discussed albeit prematurely but nonetheless the buzz has begun. None other than George “The Eskimo” Quinn of GreyhoundNews on Twitter was quick to spot the enormous potential of this superstar in the making. George tipped off “All Night Amy” Connors regarding Packin The Heat ‘s ability and Amy was quick to alert her viewers on her weekly TV spot to be on the watch for “The Heat”.
George Quinn was so sure he had spotted a champion in Packin The Heat that he printed up tee Shirts for himself and a few twitter buddies to wear to the track for Packin’s first race. Unfortunately for George an overzealous security guard stationed at the escalator spotted George’s shirt and turned him away at the door. To the security guard’s credit not one escalator has been stolen on his watch.
Thursday night Packin The Heat has drawn into the seventh race of the late night card and the track is bracing for a big turnout to see this event. This race is most definitely “must see TV” and you can see it and the whole night of racing action right from your own home computer by logging into http://www.bigjackpotbetting.com
See you at the races!