AN Irish racing dog has predicted a win for England in their Grand Slam decider against Ireland on Saturday.
Rescued Greyhound Storm, who is looking for a new home at Battersea Dogs and Cats home, was raided as a racing dog in Ireland.
His carers say he has “taken up sports predicting” after his recent retirement.
Four-year-old Storm arrived at the home last month and has predicted that England will break the New Zealand All Blacks’ world record for 18 consecutive test victories in Dublin.
Storm was provided with two identical food-filled toys, one under an Irish flag and the other under an English flag.
Without hesitation, Storm side-stepped his native country and headed straight for the toy under the English flag.
Rebecca Fisher, Rehoming & Welfare Manager at Battersea, said: "Storm is a lovely, affectionate boy with a bouncy nature who is always looking to please.
"It remains to be seen if his rugby knowledge is up to scratch but one thing’s for certain – he’ll make a great addition to any home."