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The opening heat looks a tame affair by comparison, but the one that makes appeal is the Marie Gilbert-trained Short Grass who walked out last week, didn't have the clearest of runs but ended up a strong finishing three-and-a-halflength second behind Coole West Bound.
Newport's Coole was also in action in the 100m fly where she finished seventh in her semifinal, just behind emerging Bridgend talent Gemma Howells, still only 14, who missed out on a place in the final by less than a second.
Heat 2: 1 Coole West Bound, 2 Piercestown Sand, 3 Colourful Bolt, 3 Whiteys Hawk, 4 St Louis Charlie, 6 Spearhawk (m).
Francie Burke, representing Coole Avenue's owner, Ian Cunningham, arrived in the winner's enclosure after having been involved in a car accident with a truck close to the racecourse.
A holder of three national records, Coole has since captained Great Britain Juniors and has been a World Cup Series finalist and is now hoping that it will be her exploits in the pool - in the 100m fly and 200m freestyle - that attract the headlines.
I remember seeing Brian years ago hitching from Castlepollard to Coole with a gas cylinder on his back.
His previous win has worked out well, with the second home Coole River going on to win twice in Graded company this term.
COOL COOLE Bethan relaxes before the Commonwealth Games.
The aquatics team, released by the Commonwealth Games Council for Wales yesterday, includes top British freestyler Catrin Davies and the versatile Bethan Coole, who both represented Wales at the last Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Coole resident Michael White said Brian had already sorted out a place to live.
Named Coole River, after the waterway which flows near Birdhill, he proved Harrington's advice to be well founded as he made the frame six times out of nine starts, including four visits to the winner's enclosure.
Aberystwyth), Bethan Coole (Newport), David Davies (Barry), Owen Morgan (Surrey), Mackenzie Howe (Monmouth), Karla Hancocks (Ross-onWye), Dawn Jason (Suffolk), Holly James (Bridgend), Julia Martin (Pentyrch), Georgia Holderness (Corwen, North Wales), Michelle Bushell (Amersham), Lowri Tynan (Wrexham), Stephen Evans (Swansea), Gemma Howells (Bridgend).