Trying her best to get out of her Kennelmates shadow was Kelsos Spiffy. Spiffy has looked strong in all of the stakes rounds too, and with back to back wins, she is making a name for herself as well. She is more of a closer than her counterpart, and used that late speed to run down the early leader in the stretch to steal away another victory in the stakes. If she keeps breaking like she has been, she might be a tough out the further she moves on in the competition.
Kiowa Sue Manny also made some noise for the O'Donnell Kennel as she drew a great starting box and made the most of it with a winning trip. She took quick command of her race and held tough on the lead all the way to the finish line. She crossed in the second fastest time on the card in the stakes and proved that she must not be overlooked in this stakes. If she can keep breaking, she might have a shot at making it into the finals of this race.
The DQ Williams Kennel is not out of the runner either after another impressive win from Miami On Fire. Fire has really started to return to form after a couple of missteps along the way. This win was the 2nd in a row for this nice looking pup, and like most DQ greyhounds, Fire does what needs to be done. Two starts ago he won from behind and in this effort he won on the front end. If he can get clear early on, he could be a threat for a three peat.
The field was cut once again for the Semi-Finals as three races, 24 greyhounds, will be vying for all those important points and a chance to move on to the finals on Monday Evening December 6th at the Orange Park Kennel Club.