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Are you interested in dog racing? Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in this sport? Vintage Maddog Race 3: A Maiden Race by Robert Scott McKinnon is a collection of short stories about greyhound racing. Maddog McDermutt is a master at the game of dog racing. In Vintage Maddog Race 3, join Maddog, Fleas, Stan, Ben, Elsie, Pooch the Mooch and a cast of others as you walk in their shoes and learn what they have to go through as dog trainers. They not only keep the greyhounds primed and ready to race, but you will discover how they determine which dogs run and which don't. Trainers like Maddog must have a keen sense to spot a winner, however, there are times when the trainer may underestimate the dogs that they train. One exception that was interesting in Vintage Maddog Race 3 was Ol’ Spot, who came on the scene with an element of surprise.
The stories in Vintage Maddog Race 3: A Maiden Race by Robert Scott McKinnon had an interesting appeal. A few stories that you may enjoy reading are Cecaciciac, Flat Busted Broke and The Gutless Wonder which follow Maddog, Fleas, Stan, Ben, Elsie, Pooch the Mooch and the others through a variety of trainer experiences. If you have an interest in greyhound dog racing, consider Vintage Maddog Race 3: A Maiden Race by Robert Scott McKinnon.