WA Derby contender Envy To Burn had the toughest of acts to follow when he arrived at David Burnett’s kennels the same day ill-fated champion Simon Told Helen departed.
“The good dog’s kennel was vacant when Envy To Burn arrived so he went straight in,” Burnett said.
That’s not to suggest for one moment that Envy To Burn is another Simon Told Helen.
Not many are, with Simon Told Helen crowned the 2019/20 Australian Greyhound of the Year and a four-time G1 winner, including last year’s Perth Cup.
But in winning six of his 13 starts, Envy To Burn has shown Burnett enough to Read full article