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A much greater freedom of movement

November 18, 2015

  • Winner of 18 open races at Swindon, Hall Green, Perry Barr and Coventry.

  • Fastest time of the year (2006) for Swindon Sprint – 285 metres in 16.31 seconds (Record is 16.23 seconds).

  • Won a heat of the Scurry Cup (Sprinters Classic).

  • Top of sprint ranking list in the Racing Post.

  • Second twice in the prestigious Sky TV sprints at Hall Green.


Like all top athletes, Paddy suffers with odd injuries, particularly in the joints, also the back and neck.


Over the last 6 months we have noticed a much greater freedom of movement during training and his bend running has improved considerably.


Paddy, at 4 years, is now a Veteran and the only one in his litter still running. I think this speaks well for Joint Aid and, certainly, all the other racing dogs will be kept on it.

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