Angle Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 26th 2014

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 4 – 7.11pm

Stew’s Mistake is a flying freak, he can utterly disappoint at times and amaze at others. But he’s got box one and he excels from the red. Farmeroo is another who can do exactly the same as Stew’s Mistake, brilliant one week shocking the next. He has however raced much more consistently since joining the Robyn Mackellar camp. Dee Dee Corsair is well drawn and is likely to rush forward and threaten. Stop Scrammin’ is a run on type and he should do just that.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 6 – 3
Suggested Bet:
Trifecta: 1,5/1,5,6/1,2,3,4,5,6

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 6 – 7.35pm

Cool Guinness looks the on top pick and only needs to jump and cruise around the outside to win. Fast PB and looks to good. Tia Belle is a brilliant beginner but paddles late and if she pings and gets away a bit, she’s sure to hold down second. Gunsmoke Mcbain is a talented pup, but hasn’t shown much here at Angle Park and is a likely improver. Dyna Morrigan has claims.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 2 – 4 – 3
Suggested Bet:
Trifecta: 8/2,3,4/2,3,4,6,7

 

Race 3 – 515M Grade 5 – 7.55pm

Camouflage Model will eventually make top grade here at Angle Park, so with that in mind, I expect her to take care of these tonight. She can fly the lids when she wants too and runs on very strong. Either way she’s the top pick. As It Goes seems to be racing below her best so I’m inclined to watch her one more time. Pepper Kahn is as honest as the day is long and she’ll rush forward and give plenty of cheek. Mel Allen is well drawn and is likely to return to some form from the good draw.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 2 – 3 – 7
Suggested Bet:
Win bet on Camouflage Model
Trifecta: 2,5/2,3,5/2,3,4,5,7

 

Race 4 – 731M Stayers Cup – 8.14pm

Great race with SA’s best stayers. Long Gully Surf did’t chase hard last time out in my opinion and he looked really flat when working home. He was either having a bludge or his form is starting to taper off. Psychotic Gold is really starting to show her staying prowess with two wins in fast time from her last three starts. Box one is ideal and I expect her to win if the real Long Gully Surf fails to turn up. Zara Mclaren is strong and will grind home, whilst Manila Express can beat good dogs over the staying trip, but not tonight and not in this small field. The only runner left is Husky Dreamer and funnily enough he’s the quickest dog in the race. His time of 43.19 is a length quicker then Long Gully Surf, but leave him out tonight.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 8 – 2 – 6
Suggested Bet:
First Four: 1/8/2/6

 

Race 5 – 515M Grade 5 – 8.38pm

Dyna Hula should find herself back in the winners circle tonight from box one. She’s a quality bitch, but has found top grade company a bit much of recent times. With a drop in grade she gets her chance. Allen Illem will win one very soon. Tonight’s hard, but with the right run look out, keep following him. Stuzzichino is racing well and is likely to work forward and play a key role. Wrex Bale will run on hard should he find the outside early enough.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 7 – 6 – 4
Suggested Bet:
Trifecta: 1,7/1,6,7/1,4,6,7,8

 

Race 6 – 515M FFA – 8.58pm

Top grade race going in the too hard basket. I rarely bet in these races but genuinely enjoy watching them.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 2 – 1 – 6
Suggested Bet:
Its a raffle

 

Race 7 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 9.22pm

Lolly Bale nearly pinched it for us last week, but was collared right on the line by the super strong Wild Soul. Give her another go here. Princess Tee is well boxed and racing well, expect her to wind up mid race and let rip. Aston is well boxed and is likely to get the gun run along the rails. Victa Brooke went well last week so expect improvement.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 8 – 1 – 4
Suggested Bet:
Win bet on Lolly Bale
Trifecta: 3,8/1,3,8,1,3,4,5,8

 

Race 8 – 600M Mixed 3/4/5 – 9.41pm

This race looks easy on paper, but looks can be deceiving. Genghis Kahn is just simply breathtaking at present. Unbeaten here and could run serious time if he gets clear early and has to chase something out and burning on the bunny. Wild Soul is racing super and should be there. Cool Promise is perfectly boxed and one ounce of trouble and she’ll pounce. Kalden Kapone will shatter 35.00 seconds here if he leads. Super tough affair.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 6 – 1 – 4
Suggested Bet:
First Four: 6,7/1,6,7/1,4,6,7/1,4,6,7

 

Race 9 – 515M Grade 6 – 10.05pm

Westmeath is going to win plenty of races. He’s clearly the dog to beat, but I’m unsure if he’ll handle the red. If he does get in the queue, he’ll just win. Tegra Bale is likely to challenge, but overcoming box seven will be a task. Hashtag Harry is well boxed and is likely to float around the outside and come into the race midway through. Poida, the old fella, is still capable of filling a place.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 7 – 8 – 3
Suggested Bet:
Win bet on Westmeath
Trifecta: 1/7,8/3,7,8

 

Race 10 – 515M Grade 5 – 10.24pm

Woodside Jagger is the best dog in the race but needs to jump and should win if he does. Party Mayhem has to be a massive danger based on the success Troy Murray has with dogs from WA, keep a close eye on him. Omar Bale can run into a place with luck and Velocity Daff is always a threat.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 3 – 4 – 6
Suggested Bet:
Boxed Exacta: 3,7
Trifecta: 3,7/3,7/1,4,6

 

Race 11 – 515M Grade 6 – 10.44pm

Great way to finish off the night. Kisai Blade and Big Dingo can show this field a clean pair of heels. Both dogs are huge chances. Naturally Curly has claims based on her 30.13 last start win. Allen Ultron should race handy.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 8 – 6 – 3
Suggested Bet:
Trifecta: 4,8/4,8/3,6

 

Quadrella

Leg 1: 1,7
Leg 2: 1,2,8
Leg 3: 3,8
Leg 4: 1,4,6,7

$48.00 for 100%

Best Bet:
Race 1 Stew’s Mistake.

Best Roughie:
Race 10 Party Mahem

TAB Confirms It Takes Bets After The Jump

A friend of mine that loves a punt relayed this tale to me last night at dinner. I respect this bloke and have no reason to doubt him.

At Geelong dogs on a Monday last week he asked the TAB for $700 on Hades Meteor at $2.70 fixed over the internet. The bet was requested 30 seconds or so before the race was due to commence and as is the “norm” now, winning punters requests are referred to a trader to be accepted or part accepted or totally declined. Basically your pending bet “keeps spinning” until the decision is made. We all hate it, but recognise this as part of the current landscape, a landscape with a definite bias toward the bookie.

The decision on my mates bet was not made as the lure moved, nor was it made as the lids rose. His bet was accepted seven seconds after boxrise (a third of the way through the race). It was apparent that Hades Meteor was not going to win at this stage of the race. This is a shoddy business practice Supertab and it gets worse, much worse.

Naturally my mate was upset by what he called “thievery”, and wished to discuss his feelings with the TAB. He got a call back from the Platinum Account Manager/Representative. My mate has a Platinum Account so we know he likes to bet, and he’s good at it.

He explained what had happened and the response was extremely disturbing.

The TAB representative basically informed my mate that they have rules that allow them to accept/partially accept or decline bets after the green light. “How can that be?”, my mate asked, fully aware that we do not have “in-play” betting here.

“They are the rules”, was the reply.

I feel sorry for my mate as he did his $700 cold, but my real concerns are as follows:

1. Who wrote these rules?
2. If the bet is accepted in the run, surely that would count as in-play?
3. If they can accept bets after the green light, how long after. Perhaps they have the power to wait until the race is resulted before making their decision. What exactly are the rules?
4. Whose best interest do these rules best represent?
5. How consistently are the rules applied?
6. Do these same rules apply to the major corporate bookmakers, such as Sportsbet and Sportingbet?

If the rules do exist as we were explained then why do we bother with integrity officers at Racing Clubs etc. There is no integrity that can be salvaged from this sort of grubby business practice.

My mate intends to discuss this with the Racing Minister and I hope he goes right on with it.

ARG took this punters case to the TAB and the Platinum VIP Team to find the answers to the many issues raised by this situation.

While we couldn’t get confirmation on a number of points, we were able to get confirmation that bets are allowed to be accepted after the jump in Fixed Odds markets, and that the trader will use their discretion as to how far in the race to accept the bet. In this case the TAB Platinum VIP Team maintain that they felt the greyhound in question was in a winning position when the bet was taken. Their opinion is the bet was accepted while the greyhound was contesting the lead on the rail.

The TAB Platinum VIP Team member confirmed that they will often decline bets if after the jump it is clear the greyhound cannot win. However, it was always a fine judgement call because if the dog wins and the bet is declined they cop it and if it loses after the bet is accepted they cop it.

The easiest way to fix this would be to ban all action either way after the jump. This is why the green light was introduced, to give traders and the TAB enough time to close the market. It is a situation of damned if you do and damned if you don’t, which is unfair on all parties involved.

Officially we were referred to the TAB legal team, who give us this comment.

“It is not appropriate to publicly comment on individual customers. TAB categorically rejects any assertion that it accepts or rejects fixed odds bets based on the way runners commence in a race. Any bet accepted is done so in good faith. The betting rules, approved by State gambling regulators, do permit wagering operators to accept fixed odds bets up to the conclusion of the event.”

Hades Meteor – Box One

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Greyhound Betting Tips Monday 23rd June

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Albion Park Greyhounds

Race 6 – 520M Grade 5 – 8.26pm

Rolex Roo is clearly the best dog in this race in my opinion. It’s only slow starts that see her find traffic early on in races, but tonight’s race suits perfectly and I expect her to rev up mid race and be far too good for these here. She looks a stayer in the making, so I’m sure we won’t see her hang around too long over this trip. Expect her to get back to midfield tonight, before racing away at the end.

Bounding Affair is a much better dog then his form suggests. He has recorded 30.09 here so with clear running he should feature. Johnathan’s Hope is another who’s down on form but is much better then his form suggests. He needs a speedy beginning and a clear run, but if he gets it, he is sure to threaten at some stage. Rounding out the top four is box one runner Nice Mover. She will be aided by the red box and is likely to get a trouble free run throughout.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 6 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 5/4,6/1,3,4,6

Win bet on Rolex Roo

Quadrella:

Leg 1: 1,2,7
Leg 2: 5
Leg 3: 2,7,8
Leg 4: 1,3

$18.00 for 100%

Best Bet:
Race 6 – Rolex Roo

Best Roughie:
Race 5 Jebrynah Storm

 

Angle Park Greyhounds

Race 4 – 515M Grade 5 – 7.36pm

Shimmering Hood gets another chance to notch up win number two here tonight. She is well suited out wide and loves to find clear room. Tonight’s race is the right one and I expect her to wind up early and just win. She’s capable of running around the 30.10 mark and that’s quick enough to win this. There doesn’t appear to be many dangers, Aged Ice is the best one I can find and I don’t think she’s much of a threat at that. It’s hard trying to work out the placings behind Shimmering hood, so all the more reason to back her for the win.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 3 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Win bet on Shimmering Hood

Quadrella:

Leg 1: 3,8
Leg 2: 1,6,8
Leg 3: 4,8
Leg 4: 2,3,8

$36.00 for 100%

Best Bet:
Race 4 Shimmering Hood

Best Roughie:
Race 6 British Bomber

The Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 21st 2014

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Race 1 – 525M Grade 5 Final – 7:18PM

Hostile has been a little costly of late but it is hard to ignore his recent 29.59 Geelong win, which was a track record run. On that occasion he pinged the lids and was in control for the entire trip and from the red draw tonight he should step cleanly and his natural speed will see him hold the early lead. You will probably be asked to take even money but that looks to be a good price in this company.

My Girl Honey has shown tremendous improvement in her past two runs, with her latest effort being a slick 30.03 Cranbourne win. The most impressive part of that effort was the manner in which she hit the line. Manbo Man has been placed in two of his three tries over this trip and he will hit the line solidly, so he is a must for your exotic bets.

Top Four: 1 – 6 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Hostile if you can find even money

Trifecta: 1/2,3,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta: 1/2,3,6 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 525M Grade 5 – 7:37PM

Dewana Hitman is making his metropolitan debut and with an ounce of luck he should get the cash. The only little concern with him is his box manners. In his eight starts to date, the only time he has stepped cleanly was on debut when he won at Warragul in a blistering 22.56. Since then he has missed the kick, tonight there is a fair bit of speed drawn around him and he can’t afford to make too many mistakes, however he is an exciting pup and I think he has enough ability to overcome a few difficulties in running.

Archibald Prize has been racing in consistent style of late and he has speed to burn. Most of his racing has been done over the 400m trip and I would expect him to settle in the top two, obviously the last 60m or so is going to be a worry but if he crosses and there is some shuffling behind, he may just steal the prize. Wilson’s Dream is the interesting runner. He made his Victorian debut at Bendigo in late May and he was far from disgraced when finishing third. Prior to that he had been racing in strong company in NSW and his form suggests that he will be hitting the line quite solidly.

Top Four: 7 – 8 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 4,7,8/3,4,7,8/2,3,4,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

Boxed quinella: 3,4,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 600M Grade 5 – 8:00PM

Lead Into Demise is armed with early speed and he returns to the track and trip where he has had most of his success. In three tries here has won twice and placed on the other occasion. Tonight he meets a fairly weak line up and he should get every chance to lead throughout.

Noble Haste is drawn to settle near the speed and he recently scored here in a handy 34.89. He can be a little unreliable early but from the red he should be able to drive through in the early stages. Zipping Casper has been racing in much stronger company of late and three runs ago he scored an impressive 30.01 Geelong win. Like most of the runners in this event, his box manners are a big concern and from box six tonight he must do everything right in the early stages.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 6 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 2/1,4,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,2,6/1,2,4,6/1,2,3,4,6,7 ($36 for 100%)

Boxed quinella: 1,2,4,6 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 525M Special Event Final – 8:20PM

Beckenbauer finally put it altogether at Bendigo last time and I think he should go back to back tonight. In recent times he had been bombing the start and having to work through the field. Last start he stepped cleanly and found the lead very early and he was able to show his true ability with a slick 28.03 Bendigo win.

Oscar Keeping is probably the best greyhound in the race but he will miss the kick and find himself back in the field early. He has won here in 29.96 previously, so if he gets a clear shot at them he will figure prominently. Claretown Westy look to be the only other winning prospect. The rails draw is a big plus and he is capable of running slick times on the bunny.

Top Four: 4 – 3 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Beckenbauer

Trifecta: 1,3,4/1,3,4/1,2,3,4,7 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 525M Mixed 4/5 – 8:37PM

In a wide open affair I’ve decided to settle on the likely leader Elite Devil. He has a solid record here having been placed in four of five with two of those being convincing wins. Last week he posted a smart 5.09 to the first marker and he showed an improved run home time to stop the clock in a handy 30.17. A repeat of that will be enough for him to score again.

Yodeller looms as the obvious danger, he has won five of his past seven in smart style with the latest being at Sandown in a classy 29.61. He should be able to follow Elite Devil across in the early stages and he will fight out the finish. Amadeus Strikes has experienced little luck in her past two appearances but before that she had been flying. She is a little hit or miss at box rise but if she steps on term she will run a bottler.

Top Four: 5 – 6 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Elite Devil

Trifecta: 5,6/5,6/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 600M Mixed 4/5 – 8:57PM

Go Mobo has been racing in consistent fashion of late and he is drawn to figure prominently again. After two impressive metro wins he recorded a brilliant 595m Sandown Park placing last start. There isn’t a whole lot of early speed in this event so he should have no trouble crossing in the early stages.

Easton Bale looms as the obvious quinella option, he races well over this journey and he is drawn to settle in the first two. His last 50m can sometimes be questionable but this isn’t an overly strong field so he should have enough in the tank to find the line. Good Odds Punk and Mepunga Tiara are the only two other winning hopes in my opinion. Both have a lot of talent but the box draw will create a few problems for both of them tonight.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 5 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 8/1,3,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 525M Grade 5 – 9:20PM

Mepunga Hayley is finally showing her real talent and it’s hard to see her being beaten considering how well she has been jumping in recent times. She has won four in a row at Sandown Park and they have all been in brilliant fashion showing both her sizzling speed and strength. With slow beginners drawn either side she should get every chance to continue on her winning way.

Calm Model is making her debut for new trainer Brooke Ennis and she would be a major player if she can find her best NSW form. She too has the luxury of slow beginners drawn around her so I would expect her and Mepunga Hayley to be matching motors for most of the trip. Liara Allen and Tweak should be included in your exotic bets. Both are well drawn near the rails and they are both strong in the run home.

Top Four: 2 – 4 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 2,4/2,4/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,3,4/1,3,4 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,3,4/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 525M Free For All – 9:40PM

Kiss Me Ketut let us down last week but I’m willing to give him one more chance. He does his best racing here and he is normally a reliable beginner. He has been sparingly raced in recent months but I’m sure David Burnett will have him ready to fire second up from a short spell. There is a fair bit of depth in this event so we should see $8.00 or better, which is great value for a chaser of his quality.

Dream It hit the line strongly here last week when scoring in 30.11, the most impressive part of that win was the fact that he was able to reel in Buckle Up Mason. He has won four of seven here and from the red draw he should get a nice sit in the early stages. Hawk Alone returned to form with a 30.04 win here last week and he is another who excels at this track. Buckle Up Mason rounds out the winning chances. He was surprisingly run down here last week, but if he finds the bunny tonight I would expect him to hit the line a little stronger.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Each Way Kiss Me Ketut

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,3,6 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,2/1,2,3,6 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 600M Grade 5 Final – 10:05PM

Untraceable has unfortunately drawn poorly again but based on his heat effort last week, I think he is good enough to overcome it. After missing the kick, he found a lot of bother but still managed to take a chunk of ground off Bekim Hatrick in the run home. Bekim Hatrick has produced numerous strong efforts over the 700m journey, so it was an impressive effort to take ground off him over the shorter 600m trip.

Ultor Bale pinged the lids last week and scored an impressive 34.61 heat win and prior to that he scored a strong Sandown 595m win from this draw. He has the ability to lead or come from off the speed so he should figure prominently. Rumero Reason should be thereabouts also, he has a wide runner drawn directly outside him and he should get every chance to settle much closer to the speed tonight.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 1 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 7/1,4,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 7/1,4,6/1,4,6 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,6,7/1,6,7/1,3,4,6,7 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 525M Grade 5 – 10:25PM

Cobra Bale has been in solid form of late and he gets his chance to return to the winners list. Tonight he has a fast beginner drawn directly underneath and that should allow him to get a nice cart across in the early stages. He is a very fast chaser when on the bunny and he looks well placed in this company.

Upset Boy has been racing without any luck in recent starts and he too is drawn to get a clear run in the early stages. He showed his true ability with a sizzling 27.04 Horsham win in April and a repeat of that will see him be in the mix. State Sensation looks to be the value runner in this event, he is the likely leader and he has shown signs of his best form in recent starts.

Top Four: 6 – 8 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Cobra Bale

Boxed Quinella: 5,6,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 11 – 600M Grade 5 – 10:42PM

Miss Kia Ora has scored a hat trick of wins and two of those wins were at this track. Last week she fired to the early lead and posted an all the way win in 30.21 and the manner in which she hit the line suggested the step up in journey won’t hurt.

Blue Viper has turned into a professional placegetter but she is highly talented when switched on. Her racing pattern in recent months suggests that this trip will definitely suit her. She can be a tad slow to begin but tonight’s event doesn’t appear to have a heap of early speed other than the favourite. Symington could be the smokey in the race. his form isn’t crash hot and he is likely to be big odds, however, he does possess talent the pink draw may play into his favour.

Top Four: 2 – 6 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 2/4,6,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,6,8

Also have something small each way on Symington (will be big odds but is definite overs).

 

Race 12 – 525M Grade 5 – 11:00PM

Full Of Grace is much better than her recent form suggests and tonight I think she will put her explosive early speed to great use. In early April she posted a sizzling 25.07 Warrnambool win and if she can regain that form I think she will get the cash.

Moot Point has the gun draw and he is very strong in the run to the line. This event features a lot of front runners so if he can settle mid pack on the fence, he should be able to pick them off one by one of the back straight. Proven Earner is another strong type and he should be able to run home into a place.

Top Four: 7 – 1 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Full Of Grace

Trifecta: 1,7/1,7/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

Leg 1: 5,6
Leg 2: 1,3,5,8
Leg 3: 2
Leg 4: 1,2,3,6

$32 for 100%

Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 21st 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

Although he let me down last week, I’m willing to give None Of Them one more chance. Tonight he exits the red box and if he can reproduce the run which saw him break 30 seconds at Bathurst in May, he should prove too hard to reel in. He has been missing the kick of late but from the inside alley he should be able to anticipate the start a little better.

Breaker Kahn has been racing in consistent style of late and he looms as the logical danger. He has been slow to begin in his past couple but he has won here previously in a sizzling 29.77, so if he can mend his box manners he will be right in the finish. Oh So Striking is an up and coming star but he can make a lot of mistakes in his races. He is obviously a winning hope with some luck in the early stages.

Top Four: 1 – 8 – 6 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Quinella: 1 & 8

Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/6,7,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:50PM

Lacey Lois has been racing in great style of late and with her early speed she looks to be the top pick. She has been placed in four of her past five here and five starts ago she turned in a big effort to be placed behind gun sprinter Zipping Willow. There isn’t a whole lot of depth in this event and if she can lead she should have enough in the tank to hold on.

Army Surplus looks perfectly placed out wide and he should be able to atone for his luckless runs of late. He has missed the kick in his past two, but from box eight he should get a clear run in the early stages and he can utilize his great turn of foot. Asia’s Babe is also a contender but my concern with her is the box draw, she normally takes a few strides to get going and she is likely to be crowded soon after box rise.

Top Four: 4 – 8 – 7 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Each Way bet on Lacey Lois

Boxed Quinella: 4,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4,7,8/4,7,8/1,2,4,7,8 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 520M Grade 4 – 8:07PM

Keybow is a champion sprinter and tonight he looks perfectly placed out in the pink box. In the past couple of weeks he has never been a chance soon after box rise. On both occasions he was slow to begin and was immediately crunched. With the speedy Avondale Zena drawn underneath, he should get a nice cart across in the early stages and he will assert his authority as they head for the back straight.

Avondale Zena has been pinging the lids of late and two starts ago she posted a scorching 5.36 first split before going on to score in a smart 29.86. Obviously the last 50m is a bit of a concern for her but she will be out in front early and avoiding trouble. Electro Storm could be the surprise packet in the event, he has a top record here and he just needs an ounce of luck to feature.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 8/1,3,7/1,2,3,5,7 ($12 for 100%)

Exacta: 8/1,3,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 520M Special Event – 8:30PM

Lochinvar Impact is an exciting speedster and he looked super impressive when scoring at The Gardens recently in a blistering 29.34. On that occasion he pinged to the lead and never looked back, he has been known to miss the kick on occasions but from the pink box he should have sufficient room to muster speed. You will be asked to take even money which is quite short but you will be taking even money about a classy animal.

Magic Diore can be a hard dog to follow at times but he has won here previously in 30 flat and that was from a wide draw. He has been beginning a lot better of late and he should find himself in contention early. Usaine returned to form with a smart 26.17 Temora win and he has experience at this track. He should get plenty of cover from the three in the early stages, so he should figure prominently.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 2,7,8/2,7,8/1,2,4,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

Trifecta: 8/1,2,7/1,2,4,6,7 ($12 For 100%)

 

Race 5 – 520M Free For All – 8:50PM

Zipping Willow showed blistering early speed in her 29.82 win here last week and being her first 500m race in just under a month, she is sure to be improved by the run. She has won here in a blistering 29.44 in the past and if she can get down to the 29.65 mark tonight that should be enough to get the cash.

Rue De Kahn has had no luck in her past two runs here but prior to that she turned in a monster effort when placed behind Double Twist. She meets Double Twist again tonight, but Rue De Kahn is drawn to get the gun run behind Zipping Willow in the early stages. Obviously Double Twist is a chance in this event but from box seven she will need to do everything right in the early stages. Gradence will hit the line hard and he is a great dog to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,4,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/2/4,7 ($2 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 720M Non Graded – 9:12PM

Dusty Moonshine is an exciting staying prospect and she recently broke the 731m Gosford track record with a 43.07 win. On that occasion she won by a mammoth 17 lengths. She is making her Metropolitan debut but I’m sure that she would have seen the track in a trial previously.

Shoe Laces Lady is racing in strong form at present and with some luck in the early stages she should pose a threat to the favourite. She has a steady 43.06 PB here but she is capable of going much faster. Little Red returned to form here recently with a slick 42.24 win and on that occasion she exited a wide draw.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 6/3,4,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta 6/3,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 520M Mixed 4/5 – 9:35PM

In a very tough race I have settled on the talented Ritza Raider. Two starts ago he recorded a handy placing here behind Kobi Jay and on that occasion he didn’t experience a lot of luck as he was posted wide for most of the trip. He meets some classy types here but I think he will get a clear run in the early stages and that should allow him to run a big race.

Queen Esther looms as the logical danger based on her sizzling 29.67 win here earlier this month. In that event she recorded a ridiculous 5.32 to the first marker and my only concern tonight is that she has a fair bit of speed drawn directly outside her. Zipping Tarn is showing great potential and last week she caught the eye with a strong 29.85 win here. Although she has won from the red, I don’t think this draw will suit her. She is clearly a winning chance but she is likely to be under the odds. Worth noting that former star sprinter Take It All is resuming from a long spell and it may be a good idea to watch for any betting moves.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 1 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Ritza Raider

Quinella: 6 to rove with 1,2,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 520M Peter Mosman Classic Final – 9:57PM

In a race which is packed full of fast beginners, I’ve decided to go with the strong finishing All Strung Out. Presently he is around the $9.00 mark fixed and that is enormous overs considering he is probably the fastest chaser in the race. He has been slow to begin in both heat efforts but on both occasions he turned a big finishing effort to go down by slim margins. He will be relying heavily on luck at the first turn but at the big odds it is worth the risk.

Stilton Blue has continued to impress throughout this series. After a clean beginning he went through the first marker in 5.38 and he then showed great acceleration to break up the field as they headed for the back straight in his Semi Final. I believe he has enough speed to burn off likely co-leader Push It and he should give a great sight. Bessy Boo will be hitting the line hard and he probably should have won his heat, he is likely to get a long way back again and its probably worth anchoring him for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 1 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Each Way All Strung Out

Boxed quinella: 1,3,8 ($3 for 100%)

First Four: 3,5,8/3,5,8/1/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 3,5,8/3,5,8/Field/1 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:17PM

The speedy Droopy’s Bay was a little unlucky here last week. After a fair getaway he showed a great turn of foot and was a half length away from getting across to the rail, unfortunately he was pushed a little wide at the first turn and that cost him the race. Tonight’s event doesn’t seem to feature a whole lot of early speed and he should be able to get across quite easily. He has had four 500m runs of late and he appears to be getting stronger with every run.

Sisco Rage has recently joined the Darren McDonald kennel and he appears perfectly drawn on debut for his new kennel. He is having his first look at Wentworth Park but he should get a nice cart across in the early stages and he should get through the first turn unscathed. Pumped Up Zarr will be hitting the line very hard and he looked sharp when scoring at Bulli recently in 29.16, on that occasion he made up a heap of ground late. Joe Hanley has claims if he can lead, however, when he doesn’t lead he tends to weaken right out of the event.

Top Four: 7 – 8 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Droopy’s Bay and Sisco Rage

Boxed Quinella: 4,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:37PM

Bobby Blanco finally broke through for a win at headquarters last week and he did it in impressive style. After a slow start and then copping a knock at the first bend, he balanced up and went into overdrive off the back straight before scoring in a handy 30.18. Tonight’s event features a number of front runners who really struggle in the closing stages, so if he can settle just off the speed he should prove far too strong in the run home.

Sugar Ray Lee was solidly placed here last start and prior to that he had recorded a hat-trick of fast wins. If he can step on terms he should have sufficient pace to drive to the early lead, his last 50m is a concern but his mid race pace should allow him to set up a nice lead and he may have enough in the tank to hold on. Midnight Owl has been hard to follow of late but she may appreciate the drop in class, whilst Booming Bennett rounds out the winning chances.

Top Four: 4 – 2 – 6 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 4/2,6,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Boxed quinella: 2,4,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

Leg 1: 1,2,4,7,8
Leg 2: 6
Leg 3: 1,2,6,8
Leg 4: 1,3,5,8

($80 for 100%)

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Race 1 – 520M Novice – 6.43pm

This first race is far from easy and looks far to open to invest much money on. Derek Zoolander looks the best hope in the race, but will need to be at his best from box eight. Stone Fixer from box one will get the run of the race, so he must be included. Macie’s Angel is a newcomer from down south, who has recorded a fast enough win at Lismore to suggest she can threaten and Sandra Hunt has Super Vello, who looked impressive winning his maiden over the short trip.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 1 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 8/1,4,7/1,4,6,7

 

Race 2 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.05pm

Another hard race which looks a good one to stay out of. Rickshaw Rosie has the red and that will go a long way in this. Give You Credit is knocking on the door and deserves to win one, but luck will play a big part for him. Flick Pass is racing at his best and will likely lob handy at some stage in the race. Seven Straight and Watta Jackpot look the other hopes, but both will be spotting the leaders a big start.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 7 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,5/1,5,6,7/1,4,5,6,7

 

Race 3 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.22pm

Good Call Paul showed the talent he has by winning at a great price last week from a middle box and he should do the same this week. Li Sirenuse is in fine form and must be a threat based on her exceptional Ipswich form. She has won here in fast time and has a great record here at the track. Rumble Street has talent but she’s not racing well. Hope’s Fantasy loves Albion Park and cant be left out.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 5 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 4/2,5,6/1,2,5,6

 

Race 4 – 331M Open Scamper – 7.41pm

I hate theses races and prefer to stay out. Coco Benz is a freak who has blinding speed. She is unbeaten here and looks hard to beat. Warragai Boy has the red and will no doubt use it. Miner’s Moss is a talented dog who should be thereabouts and Alota Force is well drawn.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 1 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,3/1,3,4/1,3,4,8

 

Race 5 – Open 395M – 8.05pm

Another race I don’t really want to be apart of. There’s eight genuine winning hopes and that makes sorting them out impossible. Box one runner My Fantazyia is a brilliant beginner who loves to rail and Cel’s Fear can fly the lids and hold down a place. Maid For Ron is the fastest in the race, so she can’t be left out. Late Trots Angel is well drawn.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 2 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Boxed First Four: 1,2,3,6,7

 

Race 6 – Open 710M – 8.25pm

Finally a race that suits, but it is still quite tricky. Late Angel Lee will start the likely favourite after recording win number two over the trip last week, but I doubt he’ll be making it three tonight. He’s gotten stronger in his last couple and is learning to race over the distance, but I still feel he’s suspect at the trip.
Eleazar is racing super and as long as she stays in touch early, she’s my on top pick. Golfing Amy is well drawn and she’ll bounce back to her best. Starliner and Late Angel Lee should fight out fourth.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 7 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Win on Eleazar

Trifecta: 4,7/1,4,7/1,2,3,4,7

 

Race 7 – THE SUPERSTAYERS INVITATIONAL 710m – 8.44pm

Cracking four dog staying race. The Queen of greyhound racing should win, but not by a large margin. Know Class was brilliant here last week and I expect him to push Xylia Allen all the way to the wire. Infinite Wish shouldn’t be to far away from Know Class and poor little home town hero Wag Tail will give a yelp, but that’s about all. She’s a fast dog and loves it here, but she isn’t in same class as the other three.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 3 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 5/3/7/1

 

Race 8 – 3rd/4th Grade 520M – 9.08pm

Keeping in line with the night, this is another tough affair. Peter’s Pick is a brilliant pup who deserves to be the top pick in this. Box eight suits him but he’ll need to lob midfield early on. Cyndie’s Special and Fancy Stitches both have great early toe and that should set them up early from the inside draws. You Can Talk loves the outside boxes and is likely to run on from midfield should she lob handy early.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 1 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,8/1,2,3,8/1,2,3,6,8

 

Race 9 – 5th Grade 520M – 9.28pm

Happy Haswell was brilliant last week in defeat and this is a much easier affair, so he should just win. King Elliot flew out last week and looked a huge hope, but he decided to throw the towel in and drop out to last. He’s in again tonight so he couldn’t of been injured. You Say So is likely to dual for the lead early and Space Wave can rail home hard for fourth.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 6 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 4/6/2,3

Trifecta: 4/2,3,6/2,3,6,7,8

 

Race 10 – 5th Grade 600M – 9.52pm

Premier’s Reign is my on top pick tonight. She narrowly missed last week and can hopefully go one better tonight. Hougenie drops back to 600m racing so expect her to fire up. Bellisimo Belle is racing superbly and is likely to be there most of the way and Knave got home super hard last week.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 3 – 1 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Win on Premier’s Reign

Trifecta: 2/1,3,/1,3,4,6,8

 

Best Bet: Race 10 Premier’s Reign

Best Roughie: Race 8 Spring Colorado

 

Quadrella

Leg 1: 1,2,3
Leg 2: 4,7
Leg 3: 5
Leg 4: 1,2,3,8

$24.00 for 100%

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Race 1 – 515M – 7.11pm

Kalden Balerion has the red and as long as he doesn’t bomb the start he should win. He does need room to move early but he should get that. Camouflage Model did what was expected of her last start and won her first start here in SA. Stuzzichino has come up with box two and he looks a great hope. Woodside Jagger and As It Goes both have talent, but a speedy start and luck will play a big part for them.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 4 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2,4/1,2,4,5,6

 

Race 2 – 515m – 7.35pm

Tough race, but I’m going with Little Dakota from the squeeze box. He’s going to need luck, but he’s a fast dog who can get home hard and he just needs to land handy in behind the speedy runners. Tia Belle should fire out but gets tired. I suspect Tegra Bale and Katz Shadow will get tangled up early so Ill go with the outside boxes for the placings. Voltron Bale and Sniper Skills are likely to miss the trouble so stick with them.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 4 – 7 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Boxed Trifecta: 4,5,7,8

 

Race 3 – 731M – 7.55pm

I love the staying races and generally punt up big. There is nothing between Manila Express and Long Gully Surf. Whoever gets the clearer run should win. Zara Mclaren is clearly the best of the rest. Forget her last start performance where she got help up early on. Psychotic Gold is a quality stayer, but she’ll be left flat footed tonight.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 8 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 5,8/5,8/2/4,7

 

Race 4 – 515M – 8.14pm

Pepper Kahn is the on top pick. She flys the lids and really revs up early. If there is just the slightest jam up behind she’ll win. Who’s Doing What is another speedy one early who will be right there. Allen Kenny is consistent without winning and Cosmo Kramer can’t be left out.

Top Four Selections:

Suggested Bet:

Win on Pepper Kahn

Trifecta: 2,7/2,7/1,3,4

 

Race 5 – 515m – 8.38pm

Cairnlea Peter should win courtesy of box one. He can run the time it will take to win and has the red.
Genghis Kahn is absolutely flying at present and he’ll jump out of the ground at some stage and certainly threaten. Wiregrass is drawn well and can place, whilst Velocity Daff can round out the top four.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 6 – 7 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,6/1,6/2,4,7

 

Race 6 – 515M – 8.58pm

These top grade races are super tough and I generally stay out of them. The only way I assess theses races is via latest form and the box draw. Fire Tyson has the red and is therefore the top pick. Encosta Kahn has the pink and loves it. Set The Scene needs it wide and has it. Emerley Lover is classy.

Top Four Selections. 1 – 8 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/7,8/5,7,8

 

Race 7 – 515M – 9.22pm

Another one for the too hard basket. Dee Dee Corsair can win if he can get across early and he is racing well.
Lolly Bale should fly out and lead. Wild Soul will steam home and Stop Scrammin’ will do the same.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 4 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bet: Don’t Bet

 

Race 8 – 515M – 9.41pm

Farmeroo has no excuses from box one and should win. Allen Illem will jump out of the ground and should run second. Cool Promise can run on hard. Happy Skipper, Dream Choice and Kensoo Karoo can all fill the placings.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 -6 – 4

Suggested Bet:

Boxed Exacta: 1,5

Trifecta: 1/5/4,6,7,8

 

Race 9 – 600M – 10.05pm

Great race with two genuine standouts in El Tren Bala and Dyna Hakon. Dyna Hakon is stepping up to the 600m trip for only the second time. He’ll need clear room and need El Tren Bala to get caught up in traffic, but if it happens he’ll win. Bogan Central is a quality chaser and Ping King can place.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 1 – 8 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Boxed Exacta: 1,5

First Four: 1,5/1,5/2,8/2,4,7,8

 

Race 10 – 515m -10.24pm

Footrot Fanning is clearly the best dog in this race, but box eight will make his life tough. With clear running and luck he’ll beat them. Max Tyson won well at Gawler, so he is the second pick. Kara Roto will fly out and can hold on, whilst Lektra Hearn is well drawn.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 2 – 5 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta 8/1,2,5/1,2,5

 

Race 11 – 515M 10.44pm

Mobius is the best dog but I’ll back something else in this. Roland Reason will need luck, but he can get it to win. Mobius is too good to leave out. Lektra Basset had talent and can run on. Punisher Bale will get home hard.

Top Four Selections. 4 – 7 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Win on Roland Reason

 

Quadrella

Leg 1: 1,6
Leg 2: 1,8
Leg 3: 4,8
Leg 4: 1,5

$16 for 100%

Angle Park Best Bet: Race 5 Pepper Kahn

Best Roughie: Race 11 Roland Reason

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:08PM

Tough race to open the card but All One Size has been racing in great form of late and with a clean getaway I think he can get us off to a flying start. Two starts ago he posted a top 30.50 Cranbourne win and he then followed that with a placing behind the talented Echelonic Action. His record suggests that he would be better suited to a wider draw, however he has a wide runner drawn directly outside him tonight and he should get every chance to drive through at the first bend.

Santa’s Special can be a hard dog to follow at times but she is very fast when out on the lure and she has a great turn of foot soon after box-rise. There isn’t a whole lot of speed drawn out wide in this event so I am anticipating that All One Size and Santa’s Special should both get a clear run early and they should control the event. Jersey Jack is obviously a winning prospect based on his 29.54 win here, but he is very hit or miss early and he will rely on a clear run early to feature. Noah Rose has the ideal draw out wide and he must be included in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 2 – 3 – 6 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on All One Size and Santa’s Special.

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,6,8 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2,3/2,3,6,8/1,2,3,5,6,8 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 595M Grade 5 – 7:25PM

Hekate Belle has proven to be a little costly of late but with the step up in distance I’m willing to give her one more chance. After scoring at Shepparton in a brilliant 25.27 she has missed the kick in her three subsequent runs. Tonight over the longer journey she should be able to pounce on the early lead and regain some of her confidence. Obviously the journey is going to be a bit of worry as she hasn’t gone further than 525m in the past, however she will be setting a cracking pace and she should have built up a winning lead mid race.

Kulu Special is another dog that is hard to follow but when she is switched on she is brilliant. She has previously won at Wentworth Park in a sizzling 29.72 and she gives every indication that the rise in journey won’t pose too many problems. Shall She Rock turned in three monster performances at The Meadows over 525m in May and on each occasion she showed that she was crying out for the 600m journey. Dundee Toro is the only other winning hope, he is drawn to be prominent early and he is always competitive in this company.

Top Four: 4 – 3 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Hekate Belle

Quinella: 4 to rove with 1,2,3 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,4/1,2,3,4/1,2,3,4,5,6 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 715M Grade 5 Final – 7:44PM

I think the promising Beks can salute at nice odds in a very tough race. He doesn’t possess a great deal of early speed but he will run all day and last week in his heat he really caught the eye when charging home from last. In this event there are a couple of chasers who don’t really run out the trip and I think they can cause some bother up front in the initial stages. There is no doubt mid race you will probably want to throw away your ticket as he will be a long way back, but he will get home at a rate of knots and I think he is great each way value.

Kim Keeping appreciated the big class drop in her heat and after a steady beginning she showed great mid race dash and scored a commanding 42.31 heat win. She beat Beks in her heat but I don’t think she will get to the lead as cheaply tonight and he can turn the tables on her. Zipping Rory was a tad disappointing in his heat but I think he can find the early lead this week and he may give a nice sight. He is likely to be under the odds and I don’t believe he is a true stayer but he should establish a nice break mid race and he may just steal the prize.

Top Four: 7 – 4 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Each way bet on Beks

Boxed Quinella: 2,4,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4,7/2,4,6,7/2,3,4,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 515M Restricted Win Final – 8:08PM

I know I potted him last week and questioned his true commitment in his races but Lunar Tom really looks hard to beat on his heat effort. After a clean getaway he showed a great turn of foot and he continued to power to the line before stopping the clock in a slick 29.57. One run doesn’t assure me that he is truly focused on racing but I think if he can find the early lead again he should go back to back. There isn’t a great deal of pace drawn outside so he should be given every chance to drive to the early lead.

Lady Toy unleashed a powerful finish when placed in her heat and if Lunar Tom decides to go back to his old habits and plays around in the lead, the race may just fall into her lap. Her 5.40 first section is ridiculously slow but she is a great place bet and it might be worth anchoring her for second and third in the exotics. Dynamic Punch has been slow to begin of late but from the red draw tonight he may be able to settle a little closer to the speed and he is a very fast animal when he is given room to accelerate.

Top Four: 6 – 4 – 1 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Place bet on Lady Toy

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,5,6 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,5,6/4/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,5,6/Field/4 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 8:28PM

Oscura is a freakish talent and he is drawn to get every chance tonight. Two starts back he overcame a slow start to score a brilliant 29.52 win here and from the good draw he should be able to step a little better tonight and he will make his presence felt off the back straight. He can be a little costly to follow at times but this really looks his race.

Crawf’s Bread is a very consistent speedster and he has a top record over this trip. He is normally very reliable early and I would expect him to have sufficient speed to cross early, if that’s the case he will prove very hard to gun down. Mystic Twist appears to be the other winning hope, last week she really caught the eye when scoring here in 29.63 and tonight she exits from the same draw. This race is a bit of a class rise but last week’s effort suggested to me that she is ready for the next step.

Top Four: 1 – 7 – 3 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Quinella: 1 to rove with 3,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/3,4,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 515M Grade 4 – 8:52PM

The exciting Crackerjack Dak is aiming for a hat-trick of metro wins and it appears that he is perfectly placed to achieve it. In his latest effort he took care of a high class line up and he managed to do it in style. On that occasion he went a quick 5.05 to the first marker and he still had enough in the tank to stop the clock in a slick 29.43. A repeat of that effort would see him lead throughout in tonight’s event.

Phenomenal is obviously the fastest chaser in the race but he has drawn poorly out in box seven and he will need to do everything right. The main danger appears to be Nockabout Aussie. After a brilliant 25.21 Ballarat win he turned in two enormous performances when placed over this track and trip. Tonight he has his favourite draw and with an ounce of luck early he will give Crackerjack Dak a run for his money. Zipping Brock appears to be the only other winning hope, his form in recent times doesn’t look too flashy but he can reel off slick sectionals when on the bunny.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Crackerjack Dak

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 595M Mixed 4/5 – 9:11PM

Billy Higgs has been very disappointing in his past two appearances but tonight he should get every chance to show his best from his gun draw. Three starts ago he pinged the lids and reeled off blistering sectionals before scoring here in 34 seconds flat. On that occasion he beat the in form Know Class, so if he can step on terms tonight he should drive through at the first bend and lead throughout.

Ozzy Bale appears to be the obvious danger. He is stepping back up to a more favourable distance and has won here previously in a more than handy 34.27. Tonight he has the luxury of a slow beginner drawn underneath and that should allow him to gain a clear run to the first turn. Unix Bale has been racing in consistent form of late and she was far from disgraced when finishing fourth here last week. Cosmic Wise is going to be well supported again, but she doesn’t appear to be drawn well tonight and will be under the odds.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,3,4/2,3,4,5,6,7 ($15 for 100%)

First Four: 1,3,4/1,3,4/2/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 1.3.4/1,3,4/Field/2 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 515M Free For All – 9:35PM

Mepunga Armagh has been pinging the lids in recent weeks and tonight he finds himself in a race which lacks genuine early speed. Last week he reeled off a 5.01 to the first peg before copping a knock. He should be able to get a cheap lead in this event and his opposition will find hard to gun him down when he is running sub 29.40 on the bunny.

Cornelius Fudge is the run on dog in the event and has a great record over this trip. He is likely to give them a big start, but he has an uncanny knack of being able to weave his way through the field with ease. I don’t think he can win the event but he has great place prospects. Speed Series has the coveted red draw and if he can show the pace he displayed at Warragul last time he should be in contention for most of the trip. Musquin Bale has been a little costly of late but he has also drawn well and he is too good to dismiss totally.

Top Four: 4 – 7 – 1 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Mepunga Armagh

Quinella: 4 to rove with 1,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,8/7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,8/Field/7 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 715M Mixed 4/5 – 9:55PM

Heaps Of Ability has been a tad disappointing in his past two starts but from the red draw tonight I think he can settle much closer to the early speed and that’s where he does his best racing. He has won here previously in a scorching 41.69 and a repeat of that effort would see him win quite convincingly.

Zipping Joe followed up his recent win here with a strong Warragul win over 680m last week. On that occasion he was posted wide for most of the trip but he still managed to hit the line strongly and draw away in the final stages. If he can gain a clear run in the first 50m he should be in the finish again. Born Ali appears to be the only other chance in the event. She has broken the 42 second barrier here and she has been racing in very strong company of late.

Top Four: 1 – 6 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bet:

Win bet on Heaps Of Ability

Trifecta: 1/4,6,7/4,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:12PM

Gun Queenslander Battistuzzi has recently joined the powerful Thompson kennel and I’m sure he will be ready to fire in his Victorian debut. His latest form isn’t great but in recent times he has been missing the kick and finding trouble soon after box rise. He has been freshened up and he should be able to show better box manners tonight.

My Boy Snoop has an enormous engine but the only knock on him is that he can bomb the start at times. Three starts ago he recorded a blistering 26.11 Bulli win from this draw and he might be able to anticipate the start a little better from the red alley. Duchess Bale is racing in career best form and she has sizzled early in her two recent Meadows wins. The only query with her is that she is yet to win here in four tries.

Top Four: 5 – 1 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Battistuzzi

Trifecta: 1,5/1,5/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 11 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:32PM

Grand Faith has been racing in a rare vein of form recently and if he can reproduce the performance which saw him win here in a slick 29.49 last start he will prove very hard to hold out. Last week he pinged the lids and recorded a slick 5.07 to the first mark. In this event only Cette Away has enough speed to match that and I still think Grand Faith would be able to burn her off as they head into the back straight.

Saahd has been in consistent form of late and he appears suitably drawn out wide. Two starts ago he was placed behind the in form Duchess Bale and on that occasion he showed great mid race dash. With slow beginners either side tonight he should get a clear run early and be in the mix for most of the trip. Cette Away has the gun draw and she recently led all the way at Cranbourne in a smart 30.21. If she can get away cleanly she should be thereabouts but you will be taking unders. Dynamo’s Gift has been a bit of a money muncher of late but he is very fast when he puts it all together.

Top Four: 3 – 7 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3/1,2,7,8/1,2,7,8 ($12 for 100%)

Exacta: 3,7/1,2,3,7 ($6 for 100%)

Quinella: 3 to rove with 1,2,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:52PM

Really tough race to finish the night but I think we can find some value with the out of form Great Spartacus. In recent times he been a little tentative to begin and he has failed to show his true turn of foot. Tonight he has a fair beginner who likes to run wide drawn directly outside of him, so with an even getaway he should get every chance to fire through at the first bend. There are quite a few talented speedsters in this event so you should be able to land $8.00 or better.

Dyna Evy looms as a likely danger, after a couple of luckless efforts she managed to regain some confidence with an all the way win at Cranbourne recently in a speedy 30.26. She has won four of 13 here and now with her confidence restored she should run a mighty race. Strange Wish is another who tends to race well here and is back in form, he must considered a winning chance if he can step on terms. Big Zap returns from a successful SA campaign and he has joined the strong Thompson kennel. He is obviously going to be well supported but I think he is worth taking on tonight.

Top Four: 4 – 2 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on both Great Spartacus and Dyna Evy (both should be value)

 

Quaddies

Leg1: 1,2,3,4,7
Leg2: 2
Leg3: 1,3,4
Leg4: 1,2,4,7,8

$75 for 100%

Leg1: 1
Leg2: 1,2,4,7
Leg3: 1,3,4
Leg4: 1,2,4,7,8

$60 for 100%

Greyhound Betting Tips Monday 16th June

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Albion Park Greyhounds

RACE 3 – 515M Novice – 7.24pm

Blue Den has finally drawn the red and as long as he doesn’t blow the start, we might see the son of Elite Blue Size finally win his novice. He has always been a dog who can run much quicker then his form suggests, but slow starts and wide boxes have seen him struggle to notch up win number two. There is two main dangers in this race, Hanson Harley and Well Hello, boxes five and eight respectively. Hanson Harley will have to begin really well and Well Hello can’t dwell like she did at her first start at Ipswich.

Punters can expect to get odds of about $5.00 for Blue Den and as long as he doesn’t find himself in traffic, I expect the box to make the difference against his main rivals. Box seven runner Shot Of Fear is another that’s well drawn and who has been ticking over nicely. She looks the fourth selection if she stays out of trouble and begins quickly.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bet: Win Bet on Blue Den

Trifecta: 1/5,8/2,5,7,8

Quadrella

Leg 1: 2,7
Leg 2: 3,5
Leg 3: 4,5,7,8
Leg 4: 1,3

$32.00 for 100%

Albion Park Best Bet
Race 3 Box 1 Blue Den

Best Roughie
Race 7 Box 5 Premier Malt

Angle Park Greyhounds

RACE 4 – 731M Mixed Stake – 7.37pm

Manila Express is clearly the best dog in this race. I have a big opinion of her but I’m not so sure she should be racing over the 731m staying trip just yet. Last time out she looked flat over the 600m trip and only managed third. There was early interference, but I expected her to run on better. I expect her to lob handy tonight before racing right away. She has recorded fast time over the trip and this is her best chance to win.

There is many chances in this but the box draw hasn’t been kind to the main hopes. Ducktail Jiver and Husky Dreamer are the main dangers but both have drawn wide and both like to rail. Gold Hunter looks another hope, he joins the successful Petar Jovanovic kennel and Petar is building up a team of talented stayers. Don’t be surprised to see him have nearly the entire field in the near future. Another hope is Disco Bullet, he is only young but he looks a stayer in the making.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 7 – 8 – 3

Suggested Bet: Trifecta 2/3,7,8/1,3,7,8

Quadrella

Leg 1: 3,4,6
Leg 2: 5,7
Leg 3: 1,3,8
Leg 4: 7

$18.00 for 100%

Best Bet
Race 4 Box 2 Manila Express

Best Roughie
Race 5 Box 6 Shimmering Hood

First It’s The Box Draw, Everything Else Falls In Behind

Next time you think it’s tough finding a winner or two, think about how it must have been for punters at the old Harold Park circuit in the period when 10 runners would line up for a race.

I don’t know precisely when Harold Park dropped to eight-dog fields, although it appears to have been around 1960, or a little earlier. Prior to this, fields were a maximum of 10 runners. What’s interesting is that despite the passage of 60 or more years, some things really don’t change when it comes to which boxes tend to dominate.

In a brief chart published in the Sydney Morning Herald in April 1954, a list of winning box numbers from Harold Park showed there had been 201 races run from January to the end of March. Runners exiting box one registered 36 wins, or 17.91 percent, while box two notched 31 wins and box three 32 wins. The wins then dropped away dramatically with box five next best at 20 victories, box four 16, box nine 14 and boxes six, seven, eight, and 10 with 13 wins apiece.

A couple of weeks earlier, the Herald had published the results of 190 races run at Wentworth Park. As with today, races at Wentworth Park only ever consisted of a maximum of eight starters. Box one dominated with 48 wins (a massive 25.26 percent), ahead of box three with 31 wins and box two with 29. Box four won 22 races, ahead of box eight with 21 while box five had 14 (with one dead-heat), box six 14, and box seven just 10 (with one dead-heat).

Basically, the inside three alleys won almost 57 percent of races. At Harold Park in the same period, the inside three boxes picked up 49 percent of events run.

By way of comparison, I looked up the current situation regarding winning box numbers at Wentworth Park (via thedogs website). According to their statistics, box one has recorded 3,887 wins, box two 3,152 and box three 2,598. It doesn’t say what period the figures cover, but given there are 21,129 races it must be the period since the beginning of the loam track back in 1992. So, boxes one, two and three have won 9,637 races between them in that time, or over 45 percent.

By way of further comparison, I looked at The Meadows box stats for 525 metre races, via the GRV website. They only have the past 12 months, but from 926 races box one notched 188 wins (20.3 percent), ahead of box two with 156 and box three with 125 wins. So, the inside three alleys have snared 469 of the 926 races, or a whopping 50.6 percent.

Box six, almost universally, comes out with the worst numbers (which, in my opinion, always adds further lustre to the grand career of Rapid Journey, who raced five times out of that alley for five wins; but that’s another story).

Note what I wrote earlier regarding Harold Park and Wentworth Park, 60 years ago. The numbers haven’t moved much with the passage of time, whether it is a grass one-turn horseshoe track with long straights and 10 starters like the old Harold Park, a tight grass circuit like Wentworth Park used to be, or a loam track such as The Meadows. That box draw remains the single most important element in the equation for most punters, owners, and trainers.

Punters To Get Behind Push It

Speedy greyhound Push It is favourite to win the last Group One of the season at Wentworth Park on Saturday night.

Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has posted Push It at $2.90 favourite for the Peter Mosman Classic. The second reserve Keybow is next at $3.20 and Tommy Brislane ($3.50) is on the third line.

“Push It was impressive in the semi-final win, she’s a brilliant beginner and should lead and take catching from the two box,” sportsbet.com.au’s Shaun Anderson said.

Stilton Blue ($4.40) is also expected to race handy and luckless semi-finalist Access ($15), should be running on.

ARG’s Dimity Maher provided a detailed review of the semi-finals and will be posting a preview including the thoughts of the trainers involved in the final.

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Peter Mosman Classic market at Sportsbet

$2.90 Push It
$3.20 Keybow
$3.50 Tommy Brislane
$4.40 Stilton Blue
$8.00 All Strung Out
$9.00 Where’s The Surf
$11 Bessy Boo
$13 Fire Elusive
$15 Access
$21 My Awesome Opal

Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview For Saturday 14th June 2014

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Race 1 – 600M Maiden Final – 7:14PM

Tough race to open the night but I think the early speed Julie Bale showed in her heat gives her the edge. After a clean getaway she posted a 9.06 first section and from there on she never looked back. Her mother is the former champion stayer Amity Bale and she showed last week that the extra trip was not an issue and in time she will probably relish the 700m trip.

Bekim Rose was produced the most eye catching run of the heats, for most of the trip she was posted wide and never really given a chance to balance up until with 150m to go. After finding a heap of bother she still managed to hit the line first and the time was a more than respectable 34.96.

Top Four: 5 – 1 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,5/1,5/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/1/Field ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/1,4,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Race 2 – 525M Grade 5 – 7:37PM

Tic Tac Thomas doesn’t have the flashiest form but this is a fairly weak event and if he can begin cleanly he should be able to punch through at the first bend. In recent times he has been finding bother soon after box rise and his confidence has been shattered, in the past he has won here in 30.13 and a repeat of that will see him get the cash.

Moot Point is the run on dog in the event, he is likely to miss the kick and move to the fence soon after box rise. With that being the case he should be able to drive through and find himself in a prominent spot as they head for the back straight. Bayman Bale and Cobra Bale are the two class dogs in the event but both appear to be racing a tad below their best at present. Obviously if they happen to ping and get some open space in the first 50m they can figure in the finish.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 6 – 7

Suggested Bets: Win bets on Tic Tac Thomas and Moot Point

Boxed Quinella: 1,3,6 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,3/1,3,6,7/1,3,5,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

Race 3 – 525M Grade 5 – 8:00PM

Hurricane Rhino didn’t have a lot of luck in his debut here last week but prior to that he showed his true ability with a top win at Wentworth Park in 29.95. On the occasion he showed a tremendous turn of foot soon after box rise and he really dominated his rivals, tonight he has a slow begin drawn outside he should get every chance to muster and he can repeat his Wentworth Park performance.

Lektra Brave is surprisingly not that badly drawn in box six and he looked ultra impressive when winning at Sandown Park in a slick 29.52 last week. He is very hit or miss at box rise and you will know your fate with him in the first 20m. Velocemente and Liara Allen could be the surprise packets in the event, both have been racing without luck and both have tremendous ability when on song.

Top Four: 3 – 6 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Hurricane Rhino

Boxed Quinella: 3,4,5,6 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,6/3,4,5,6/2,3,4,5,6,8 ($24 for 100%)

Race 4 – 600M Mixed 4/5 – 8:20PM

The classy Easton Bale looks well placed in this company and with a clean getaway he should be able to make every post a winner. In recent times he has been facing much stronger chasers and he has been gobbled up in the closing stages. Tonight I’m tipping him to be running 34.50 on the bunny and that will be enough to get the cash.

Kayo Marciarno doesn’t win a lot of races but he is rarely far away. He is going to get a long way back initially but he does storm home late and he is a great dog to anchor for second and third in the exotics. Eraptor has won two of three here and he has a solid 34.58 PB, so if he can get across early he should find himself in the mix. Dyna Werribee must also be kept safe, from the red he should settle fairly close to the speed and he is better than his form reads.

Top Four: 4 – 6 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 4/1,6,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Quinella: 4 to rove with 1,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,7/6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,7/Field/6 ($18 for 100%)

Race 5 – 525M Mixed 3/4 – 8:38PM

Very open affair but I think with all the pace drawn out wide it might play in Ride The Rails favour. Normally a reliable beginner, he should be able to follow his kennelmate across in the early stages and he should be able to put a space in them off the back straight. He has previously won here in a smart 29.92 and he can show dazzling speed when on the bunny.

Allen Eryk is a gun chaser and he scored a super impressive 29.43 Sandown win in late May, the only concern with him is that he can take 30 or 40m to hit his stride, however with slow beginners either side he should get enough room in the early stages. Hawk Alone is ideally drawn and rarely far away in this company, whilst Fort Allen will settle on the speed and he should be in the mix for a long way.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 1 – 6

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Ride The Rails

Trifecta: 1,4,8/1,4,8/1,3,4,5,6,8 ($24 for 100%)

Quinella: 8 to rove with 1,4,6 ($3 for 100%)

Race 6 – 525M Grade 5 Final – 8:57PM

Last week Duchess Bale pinged the lids and hit the first marker in a best of the night 5.05 and she maintained that high speed with a fastest heat win in 29.95. She should have no trouble finding the lead again tonight and it will be hard to see her being reeled in.

My Boy Snoop was having his first look here last week and he will have derived a lot of benefit from that run. He is normally slow to begin in his races but I think as they head through the first bend tonight he should find himself sitting in third or fourth spot and that should be close enough to threaten the leader.

Top Four: 2 – 3 – 5 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 2,3/2,3/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,3,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,5 ($3 for 100%)

Race 7 – 725M Mixed 4/5 – 9:20PM

Tough race but I think we can find some value with the out of form Hala Belle. In late April she showed her true ability with a sizzling 41.82 Sandown Park win, since then he she been finding bother soon after box rise and has never been a chance in those races. Outside of Allen Deed there isn’t a lot of early speed in this event, so she should get every chance to settle in the top two.

Heaps Of Ability is perfectly drawn out wide and he has been racing in brilliant fashion Two starts ago he came from well back to score at Ballarat in 38.04 and on that occasion he beat a quality line up. Luna Jinx has enormous talent but she can make a lot of mistakes in her races. She is likely to be short and I think she is worth risking. Allen Deed should lead for a long way but I’m not convinced that he is a true stayer at the moment.

Top Four: 5 – 7 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Hala Belle

Boxed Quinella: 3,4,5,7 ($6 for 100%)

Race 8 – 525M Free For All – 9:40PM

Kiss Me Ketut is a class act when on song and he has been freshened up with a month off. Normally a reliable beginner, I’m anticipating that he will have more than enough speed to cross and if he can reproduce his 29.77 PB here he will prove very hard to gun down.

Buckle Up Mason has won three of his past four in brilliant fashion and he should be able to come across in the early stages with Kiss Me Ketut. I think Ketut will burn him off mid race but there won’t be a lot separating them at the line. Dream It is an enormous talent but he can be slow to begin at times, with a clear run initially he can definitely threaten.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Kiss Me Ketut

Trifecta: 5,6/3,5,6/Field ($24 for 100%)

Race 9 – 525M Mixed 4/5 – 10:05PM

Rumbling Rick was a tad disappointing here last week but from the pink he should get every chance to cross tonight and I think he will be running time on the bunny. Outside of Pappa Galo there is not a lot of early speed and therefore he should be able to get a cheap lead. If you can get $3 or better that is great over’s.

Oakvale Flyer is all class and she has been racing in brilliant style of late. Two starts ago she showed sizzling mid race speed when scoring at Sandown in 29.48, a repeat of that will see her be in the finish tonight. Pappa Galo is drawn to settle in the first two and he must be included in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 8/1,2,4/1,2,3,4,6,7 ($15 for 100%)

Exacta: 8/1,2,4 ($3 for 100%)

Race 10 – 600M Grade 5 – 10:25PM

Shall She Rock has been racing without luck here over 525m in recent times and she really should appreciate the step up to 600m. She has been placed in three of her past four and on each occasion she has found bother in the early stages and then ripped home late. Looking at her race pattern and last 50m over the short journey, it looks like the extra journey shouldn’t pose too many problems.

Fearless Bert is the obvious danger, he is a gun chaser when on song and when given room in the first 50m he can show explosive pace. He has won over this journey previously but the only concern is that he likes to scout wide, so he will need a heap of luck as they head into the first bend. Zipping Casper appears to be the only other winning prospect. He is suitably drawn out wide and like Shall She Rock, his 500m form and sectionals indicate that this trip should suit.

Top Four: 5 – 3 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Shall She Rock

Race 11 – 525M Grade 5 – 10:42PM

Footluce Diva can be a little hard to follow at times but from the pink box tonight she should get every chance to show her best. Three starts ago she exploded from the traps and led throughout at Sandown Park. On that occasion she posted ridiculously fast splits and eventually stopped the clock in a sizzling 29.50.

Elite Devil was far from disgraced when placed here last week and he has early speed to burn. I would expect him to settle in the first two at the first bend and he should be in contention throughout. He’s Buzzin’ has loads of ability and he just needs luck at the first turn to make an impact.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 8/1,2,4/Field ($18 for 100%)

Quinella: 8 to rove with 1,2,4 ($3 for 100%)

Race 12 – 525M Grade 5 – 11:00PM

Miss Kia Ora has found an extra gear of late and if she can reproduce her effort which saw her win here on Wednesday, she will prove very hard to hold out. In that effort she had to overcome some early difficulties and she then managed to hit the line in style and prior to that she smashed a field at Shepparton in 25.37.

Kerrigan Bale is a highly promising speedster who has won two of four starts to date with the latest win being at Sandown in a blistering 29.48. She has proven to be very hit or miss at box rise but when she hits she is brilliant. Shoulders is a classy NSW speedster and he didn’t have a lot of luck here last week, with a clean beginning he can make amends tonight.

Top Four: 5 – 3 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Miss Kia Ora

The Meadows Greyhounds Quaddie Tips

  • Leg 1: 1,4,6,8
  • Leg 2: 2,3
  • Leg 3: 3,4,5,7
  • Leg 4: 3,5,6
  • ($96 for 100%)

Wentworth Park Greyhound Betting Tips For Saturday 14th June 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

None Of Them is normally a very reliable beginner and he should find this much easier than last week’s heat of the Mosman Classic. He has been placed in four of his six tries over this trip and four starts ago he was ultra impressive when run down by Aurora Girl. Tonight he should get a fairly cheap lead and he will figure prominently.

Paddles Anderson showed his true ability with a smart 30.58 Canberra win recently and he was never out of trouble when soundly beaten by Hooksy last week. He should get a nice sit in the early stages and he will make his presence felt. Zipping Tarn will start as the favourite but she is having her first look here under race conditions and I think she is a big risk.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bet: Win bets on both None Of Them and Paddles Anderson (both will be great value).

Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:50PM

Rosey Gardens is better known as a stayer, however tonight she finds herself in an event which features numerous front runners and she should be able to pick them off one by one off the back straight. She actually led last time over 700m, so she should be able to settle a little closer to the speed than normal tonight.

Miss All Class is drawn to hold the early lead and she recently posted a handy 30.27 win over this trip. The time wasn’t flashy but tonight’s field isn’t overly strong, so if she holds the lead she should be in the finish. Genetic Jenny has plenty of ability but she can be unreliable at times, whilst Joe Hanley can reel off dazzling early sectionals but he is always a doubt over the last 60m.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 2 – 7

Suggested Bets: Each Way Rosey Gardens

Quinella: 8 to rove with 1,2,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,8/1,2,7,8/1,2,4,5,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

Race 3 – 520M Grade 4 – 8:07PM

Tiggerlong Amigo has panels on this lot and with an ounce of luck in running, he appears to be the bet of the night. He recently captured the Group Two WA Derby Final and on that occasion he turned in a huge performance after finding early bother. His box manners can be ordinary at times but he has an explosive first 50m which should still allow him to settle in a prominent spot.

Ritza Raider has won four of 14 over this trip and he was far from disgraced when placed here last week from this draw. With Army Surplus drawn underneath he should get a great cart across in the early stages. Prince Tanga has been racing in great form of late and he must be included in the exotics.

Top Four: 1 – 8 – 2 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/2,7,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

Race 4 – 520M Free For All – 8:27PM

Super race and I think we can find some value with Chica Destacada. Prior to being beaten here last time, she had posted two ridiculous wins here in 29.51 and 29.49 respectively. On both occasions she pinged the lids and never looked back, tonight she should have no trouble leading again and she will take a power of beating.

Double Twist really is freakish and she has won her two starts since resuming from a spell in breathtaking style. Obviously the box draw will pose a few problems but she still has the ability to win coming from off the speed. Evil Punk is another class act but with his wide draw he will need to do everything right early. Gradence doesn’t win a whole lot these days but he will be steaming home late and he is a great dog to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 2 – 5 – 8 – 3

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Chica Destacada

Trifecta: 2,5/2,5/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/3,5,8/1,3,5,6,7,8 ($15 for 100%)

Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 Final – 8:50PM

Wild Roses showed tremendous early speed here last week and she appeared to tighten up in the last 50m, that was her first run here for over a month and she should have derived a lot of benefit from it. There doesn’t appear to be many overly strong runners in this event, so if she finds the lead again she will take some catching.

Chilli Sierra is another chaser who is blessed with explosive early speed and she should get a nice cart across in the first 60m. She isn’t known to win coming from off the speed but if she settles in the first two she will definitely be in the finish. Alotta Luck had no luck in her Wentworth Park debut last week and she really caught the eye when hitting the line hard in the final 150m. If she can get through the first bend relatively unscathed she should be right in the mix.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 6 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Boxed Quinella: 4,5,6 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4,5,6/4,5,6/1,2,3,4,5,6,7 ($30 for 100%)

Race 6 – 520M Special Event Semi Final One – 9:12PM

The first Semi of the Mosman sees superstar Hooksy get the chance to strut his stuff. Last week he was a tad slow to begin but he showed a blinding turn of foot and he found the lead after 30M. He really is an excitement machine and with a fairly clear run he should make light work of these.

Stilton Blue is a faultless beginner and he was far from disgraced when placed behind Tommy Brislane last week. Obviously Hooksy has plenty on him but if the favourite finds a little bother early he may be able to steal the prize. Warrior King looks to be the logical third pick. He was a recent finalist in the Group One Easter Egg here and when given room early he can show tremendous speed.

Top Four: 3 – 5 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3/5/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3/4,5,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3/4,5,8/4,5,8 ($6 for 100%)

Race 7 – 520M Special Event Semi Final Two – 9:35PM

Push It has really found her best form of late and last week she carved up a quality field when scoring in a slick 29.81. She has won her past four starts here and on three of those occasions she run sub 5.40 to the first marker. If she steps cleanly again she will definitely give them something to catch.

Zipping Delta is another who is in great form and she used her rails draw to advantage last week when scoring a commanding 29.49 heat win. Obviously she has them covered for talent but she isn’t always reliable at box rise. Mr. Wheatley hit the line hard in his heat and he has the ability to cause an upset.

Top Four: 2 – 3 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Push It

Quinella: 2 to rove with 3,4,8 ($3 for 100%)

Race 8 – 520M Special Even Semi Final Three – 9:57PM

Tommy Brislane continues to impress and last week he showed a dazzling turn of foot soon after box rise and after finding the lead he went on to score a convincing 29.71 heat win. Tonight he has a fast beginner and keen railer drawn directly underneath and that should allow him to drive to the early lead again.

All Strung Out is also an exciting sprinting prospect and he went down by less than length here last week in a breathtaking 29.49. He has ridiculous ability but he can be a tad slow to begin at times. With a clear run in the first 50m he will prove hard to hold out. Keybow is obviously the class factor in the event but like last week he has early speed all around him and he will need to do everything right soon after box rise.

Top Four: 4 – 6 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets: Win bets on Tommy Brislane and All Strung Out (both should be value with Keybow in the race).

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:17PM

El Caballo has been racing in much stronger company of late and tonight he has slow beginners drawn either side. Two starts ago he was placed behind the in form Unbelief and on that occasion he was able to show good early dash. Tonight he looks really well placed and he should get every chance.

Another Call is drawn to probably find the early lead and he did break 30 seconds when scoring here in late May. He isn’t overly strong but with his early speed he should be able to set up a nice break in the early stages. Bessy Boo is armed with a mighty finish and she is a great chaser to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 7 – 2 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bet: Win bet on El Caballo (should be $3.4 or better and that is great odds)

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:37PM

Magic Marlow is ideally drawn out wide and if he can utilise his brilliant early speed he may be off and gone with the prize through the first bend. His PB of 30.31 here isn’t flashy but this isn’t an overly strong race and he is probably capable of running around the 30 flat mark.

Elvee Express mustered pace very quickly when scoring here recently in 29.99 and a repeat of that will see him be very competitive. The only risk is that he can tend to move right at box rise and he will need a lot of luck in the first 50m. Freddy Diesel is a very fast chaser on the bunny and he should get a chance to return to his best form.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Magic Marlow

Quinella: 8 to rove with 2,4,6 ($3 for 100%)

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Race 1 – Mixed 4/5 515m 7.11pm

Smash Crash won well Monday night from the same box, and should repeat the dose. Allen Illem is bursting to win a race and one little mistake from Smash Crash will see Allen Illem finally salute. Dyna Hula can begin and will be thereabouts. Wrex Bale needs a wide box but will come home hard.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 8 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2,8/2,8/1,6

 

Race 2 – Grade 6 515m 7.35pm

Tia Belle finally won here Monday night, box eight suits and she should lead and win again. Taser Mcbain’s run was good last start, also behind Tia Belle, so she should improve again. Woodside Jagger is unreliable but can win and Kenta Bale can fill fourth.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 4 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Tia Belle

 

Race 3 FFA 731m 7.55pm

Long Gully Surf is the strongest runner and can show dash early, if he gets clear he’ll win. Defib Daryl will likely find the top at some stage and will take catching. Zara Mclaren is well boxed and will pose a threat. Book Of Shadows has talent but we may not see it tonight.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 4 – 1 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,3/1,3,4/1,3,4,5,6

 

Race 4 – Grade 5 515m 8.14pm

This is the right race for As It Goes and she should win with any luck. If Avatar Kist can begin she can find the money. Stew’s Mistake is a fast dog, but it’s a mistake to back him from the middle. Tyson Willow can hold on for fourth.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 3 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bet: Win bet on As It Goes

Trifecta: 5/2,3,4/2,3,4

 

Race 5 – Grade 5 515m 8.38pm

Lochinvar Impala has a motor but can be risky. Pepper Kahn is a great bitch who gives her all and from the red she’s a huge chance. Dream Choice is a fair dog, but finds it tough here and Infinite Power has shown enough to suggest she’ll win a few here in SA.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 1 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bet: 1,7/1,2,3,7/1,2,3,5,7

 

Race 6 – Grade 5 515m 8.58pm

Cool Promise has shown her ability winning here in 29.73 and if she slides up the rail early she should win again. Happy Skipper is a huge threat, if he pings and goes look out. Kalden Balerion is racing well so he’ll be in the mix, whilst WireGrass loves it out wide and should pose a threat at some stage.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 1,5/1,4,5/1,4,5,8/field.

 

Race 7 – Grade 5 600m 9.22pm

Manila Express is a strong bitch who can round these up and win. Bally Swift is an interesting debutant who was formerly trained in QLD but was never tested over 600, she is bred to run 600 metres. Victa Victoria nearly got clear last week and if she does look out. Animate is a huge hope if she doesn’t get buried early.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 7 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,6/1,6,8/1,6,7,8

 

Race 8 – Grade 4 515m 9.41pm

Princess Tee was strong in her last win and generally has toe and can lead from out wide. Wild Soul is super strong but needs clear room early. Stop Scrammin’ will be running on and Gilbert Allen can find fourth.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 1 – 3 – 8

Suggested Bet: 1,7/1,7/3,8

 

Race 9 – Mixed 3/4/5 600m 10.05pm

Genghis Kahn was exceptional last start over the 600 metre trip when he raced and won like a genuine group dog. All he needs is clear running tonight and he’ll round up Fire Tyson and win. Fire Tyson is having his first go over 600 and on any other night he’d win, but not tonight. Victa Scott and Cool Duke are the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 1 – 3 – 4

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 6/1/3,4/3,4

 

Race 10 – Grade 6 515m 10.24pm

Boojerooma should prove too classy here despite disappointing last start. Punishment is a super dog and will throw down a big challenge, whilst Buzz Kahn and Lektra Basset look the exotic hopes.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 6 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,6/1,6/4,7

 

Race 11 – Grade 6 515m 10.44pm

King Chaos was in all sorts of trouble last start and from the red tonight he should win. Footrot Fanning is a talented pup and will be in the firing line at the business end. Hashtag Harry and Max Tyson look the next best.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 6 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/6/2,3

 

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Leg 2: 1,5
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Leg 4: 1,7

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Race 1 – NOVICE 520m 6.42pm

There are some nice young chasers engaged in this. Good Call Paul is the top pick despite drawing box five. He’s been sparring with a few good dogs lately and although this is still a hard race, he’s been tackling better opposition. Velocity Mist is highly talented and if she runs out the 520 metre trip she’ll go close. Renatus is likely to be the forgotten dog, keep him real safe because he can win. Derek Zoolander was impressive first up, so he will be thereabouts.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 3 – 1 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win on Renatus

Trifecta: 3,5/1,3,5/1,3,4,5

 

Race 2 – 5TH GRADE 520m 7.05pm

In a race with many chances, I’m going with Spring Caprice. She will be the value runner and on time form, is the quickest in the field. Box six will be tough, but with slow beginners all around, she can lead. Little Satisfies has shown ability and will get the gun run from the red. Outa Tempo is racing well and should be handy. Prince Harry has a big motor, however i doubt we will see it tonight.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 1 – 8 – 5

Suggested Bet: Eachway Spring Caprice

Trifecta: 6,8/1,5,6,8/1,5,6,8

 

Race 3 – 5TH GRADE 520m 7.22pm

Rumble Street was beaten Monday night but I expect her to make amends here. She can begin quick enough to lead and once in front, they won’t catch her. Tejay’s Tiger is well drawn out wide and should be burning across early on. Jebrynah Storm will get a lovely drag over and should be finishing off. Dramatic Miss is the class dog, but will need luck from the middle draw.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 7 – 6 – 4

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2/4,6,7/4,5,6,7

 

Race 4 – 5TH GRADE 520m 7.41pm

Bill’s Fantasy got to the the front Monday night and showed what he is capable of, with a 30.00 flat run. From the red, he should be to speedy again. Serious Tate is drawn well and if he pings, he can hold down second. Fine Cotton will get back early, but should be storming home and Swift Opulence is far to good to leave out.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 7 – 3 – 5

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 1/3,5,7/3,5,6,7/3,4,5,6,7,8

 

Race 5 – FLYING AMY CLASSIC FINAL 520m 8.05pm

Angvella has the red and I expect him to win. He’s a dog with a motor and loves to rail, he can ping and lead all the way here. Happy Haswell is a talented pup, but will have to be exceptional from the squeeze tonight . You Say So has speed and is likely to be in the leading division at some stage. King Elliot might relish it out wide, so keep him very safe.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 4 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Angvella

 

Race 6 – 4/5 GRADE 710m 8.25pm

Late Angel Lee, Hougenie and Auriga Doll have this race all to themselves and the other Five runners are just making up numbers. Late Angel Lee is definitely getting stronger, but I still don’t think he’s a stayer. Auriga Doll is perfectly drawn and from out wide she can lob handy and prove to strong. Hougenie is strong and should be racing forward early. Betty’s Memory is the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 3 – 5 – 8

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Auriga Doll

First Four: 3,7/3,5,7/3,5,7/3,5,6,7,8

 

Race 7 – GOLD CUP FINAL 710m 8.44pm

The big one of the night and the possibility of a track record. If Xylia Allen leads like she’s supposed to, we could see her break another record. Mepunga Tiara was brilliant first up last week and is sure to improve again, whilst Infinite Wish will land handy early and can hold down her position. Eleazar is likely to power to the line.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 4 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/2,4/2,4,5,6,8

 

Race 8 – 3/4 GRADE 520m 9.08pm

Tough affair with a few winning hopes. Miner’s Moss should go forward early and will take plenty of catching. Peter’s Pick is the most talented runner but will get strung up early. Cyndie’s Special will be burning early and can hang on to a place. Bodyline should be working his way to the line late.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 2 – 3 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2,4/2,3,4/1,2,3,4,5,7

 

Race 9 – 4/5 GRADE 600m 9.28pm

Charter grows a leg from the red box and will be mighty hard to beat. Premier’s Reign is well boxed and can begin, so expect her up their early. Aza Time is super moody but can’t be left out and Knave hits the line like a train.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 7 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/4,7,8/2,4,6,7,8

 

Race 10 – 5TH GRADE 520m 9.52pm

Tough race with many hopes. Washington Trick is racing superbly of late and can lead all the way. Sparkles is a talented bitch, and is drawn to return to form. Big Dac could be a hope if he jumps from out wide and Macgallen could fill fourth.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 1 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 3/1,6,8/1,2,4,5,6,8

 

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Race 1 – 515M Restricted Win Heat – 7:08PM

I think the Kelly Bravo trained Blurred Lines can get us off to a flying start. In a race which lacks genuine speed the normally reliable beginner Blurred Lines should have no trouble crossing in the early stages. In recent times his form doesn’t look too flashy but he has been racing against stronger company on the provincial circuit and tonight he

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Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 7th 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Mixed 4/5 – 7:30PM

Ritza Raider has a great turn of foot soon after box-rise and from box eight he should get plenty of room in the early stages. Five starts ago he looked impressive when scoring here in 29.90 from a wide draw and he appears well placed in this company.

Knot Telling Ya is ideally drawn and he is armed with a brilliant finishing burst. In recent times he has experienced limited luck and from the red he should be afforded a clearer passage in the early stages. Kobi Jay is a consistent type and he is nearing another win. The only knock on him is that he has a very bad tendency to bomb the start.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Ritza Raider

Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($12 for $1)

 

Race 2 – 720M Grade 5 – 7:50PM

Little Red is facing an enormous drop in class and she has won here previously in a more than handy 42.46. She hasn’t been racing too well of late but the smaller field will suit and there doesn’t appear to be a lot of depth in this event.

Billy Style has a poor record here but like Little Red he has been racing in much stronger company and he is proven that he can run the 700m journey out strongly. He is likely to get back in the field but there are three runners in this field who I think will get very tired late in the race.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Little Red

Quinella: 4,8

 

Race 3 – 520M Special Event Heat – 8:07PM

Keybow is one of the fastest chasers in the country but tonight he has a lot of speed drawn outside of him and I think he may find a lot of bother in the early stages. My Kinda Music consistently runs sub 5.40 to the first marker here and she recently showed her strength with a sizzling 29.69 win here. She should be able to cross early and she may just sneak away with the prize off the back straight.

Keybow is a star but like I said he is likely to find early bother. He should still be good enough to pick himself up and run home into second spot. Push It has been racing in brilliant style here of late and she should be putting a little bit of pressure on My Kinda Music for the first 400m.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Win Bet on My Kinda Music

Trifecta: 3,7/3,7/Field ($12 for $1)

Trifecta: 7,8/7,8/Field ($12 for $1)

 

Race 4 – 520M Special Event Heat – 8:50PM

Chica Destacada has scored two brilliant wins here of late in 29.51 and 29.49 and on both occasions she went 5.36 or faster to the first marker. If she steps cleanly tonight she should have no trouble crossing and should collect the winner’s cheque.

Zipping Delta returned to her best with a dazzling 29.59 win here last week but I think she is poorly placed in the red box. She needs room in the early stages and is unlikely to get it. All Strung Out has put it all together with three impressive wins in Victoria. Before making his debut he recorded a slick 29.66 performance trial win here.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 6/1,3,7/Field ($18 for $1)

Quinella: 6 to rove with 1,3,7 ($3 for $1)

 

Race 5 – 520M Special Event Heat – 9:12PM

Warrior King was a recent finalist in the Group One Golden Easter Egg here and during that series he posted an impressive 29.91 heat win. Since then he hasn’t experienced a lot of luck, but tonight he finds himself in a race in which he should settle in the top three early and he will prove too strong in the run home.

Tiggerlong Amigo recently captured the Group Two WA Derby and in the final he overcame difficulties in running before scoring a six length win. He appears to have gained a little more strength in his races and if he can get through the first bend unscathed he will be a major player. My Awesome Opal should lead for a long way and he may have enough petrol in the tank to hold on for third spot.

Top Four: 5 – 3 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bet: Trifecta: 3,5/3,5/Field ($12 for $1)

 

Race 6 – 520M Special Event Heat – 9:35PM

Cawbourne Whip turned plenty of heads here last week when scoring an all the way win in a breathtaking 29.38. I think the surprising thing was her 5.38 first section, however if she happens to repeat that performance she will prove far too classy for these.

None Of Them appears perfectly drawn in the pink and three starts ago she set a cracking pace before being reeled in late here in fast time. If she can ping to the lead again she will give a great sight at odds. Aurora Girl recently scored a top 29.72 win here and she will be charging home late.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bet: Each way on None Of Them (Cawbourne Whip is my top tip but I think she will be unders and it may be worthwhile taking the value with None Of Them).

 

Race 7 – 520M Special Event Heat – 9:57PM

Hooksy is resuming after a month off the scene and with an ounce of luck he should get the cash. During the month of April he posted three sensational wins here, with the fastest being in a scorching 29.36. The middle pin may pose a problem but he does have an amazing turn of foot and that should allow him to avoid any early trouble.

Rue De Kahn turned in an enormous performance here last week when placed behind gun speedster Double Twist. In recent times she has turned in great performances from wide draws and she should get every chance again tonight. Unbelief is another in form chaser and she appears to be the only other winning hope.

Top Four: 5 – 8 – 1 – 4

Suggested Bet: Trifecta: 5/1,4,8/1,4,8 ($6 for $1)

 

Race 8 – 520M Special Event Heat – 10:17PM

Stilton Blue is a faultless beginner and he was recently placed in the Bulli Gold Cup Final. In early April he recorded consecutive placings here behind the gun speedster Awesome Project and if he can reproduce those performances he will prove hard to reel in tonight.

Deadly Vane is a super chaser from Victoria and he has been racing against the best provincial chasers in the country, making two Country Cup finals in recent months. He’s having his first look at Wentworth Park but that shouldn’t pose too many problems. Tommy Brislane is an up and coming star but tonight he has a heap of early speed drawn out wide and he may get carved up early.

Top Four: 4 – 8 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Stilton Blue, Should be great value.

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:37PM

The speedy Gaudi was far from disgraced here last week when he finished just outside the placings. In that event he was unable to find the early lead but he still managed to kick on in the straight and wasn’t beaten that far. Tonight I think he can carve across to the early lead and he should prove too zippy for this lot.

Lacey Lois is another quick beginner and she should bring Gaudi across in the early stages. I think she will get burnt off in the middle stages but she should have enough in the tank to punch on for the quinella spot. You Name Me doesn’t appear to have great form but her past couple of runs haven’t been too bad and she has enough ability to cause an upset.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets: Win bets on Gaudi and You Name Me (Have more on Gaudi).

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:57PM

Senorita Selena is normally a reliable beginner and from her red draw she should get every chance to feature. Two runs back she mustered speed very quickly before scoring a convincing 30.04 win here and a repeat of that effort will see her get the cash again.

Rangi Ruby can be a very hard chaser to follow but he is blessed with lots of ability. He has been racing over 600m of late and tonight drops back to a more favourable trip, with some luck in the early stages he should be in the mix. Got The Life and Joe Hanley both have winning prospects if they find themselves in the top two at the first bend.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 6 – 5

Suggested Bet: Unleash on Senorita Selena straight out, perfectly drawn and well graded.

 

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Race 1 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 7:15PM

The speedy Duchess Bale is unbeaten over this trip and if she can step cleanly she should be able to lead throughout. In previous weeks she has been pinging the lids over the 600m journey and she recently recorded a smart 34.58 win here. Tonight the only early speed appears to be with Saahd but he is a wide runner so that should work in her favour.

Saahd as stated earlier is expected to match motors with Duchess Bale early and they should break away from the field off the back straight. I would expect him to get a little tired in the run home but he should fill the quinella spot. My Boy Snoop is a gun NSW chaser but my concern with him is that he is having his first look at the track. If he can handle the first bend he should be in the mix as they round the home turn.

Top Four: 3 – 4 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3/2,4,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

Quinella: 3 to rove with 2,4,5

Trifecta: 3/2,4,5/2,4,5 ($6 for $1)

 

Race 2 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 7:37PM

Ozzie Bullet has been extremely disappointing of late at Geelong when racing over the 600m journey. Tonight he drops back to a more favourable trip and he has drawn perfectly in the red box. You can ignore his record of zero wins from six starts here because he has found bother in every run. He is a costly conveyance but I’m willing to give him one more chance.

Elite Devil is expected to lead them up and he has won here previously in a solid 30.35. His recent form isn’t that great but he has been racing against good quality opposition on the country circuit. Ready To Riot is another NSW visitor and she has a few sub 30 second Wentworth Park wins to her credit.

Top Four: 1 – 5 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Exacta: 1/3,5,6 ($3 for $1)

Trifecta: 1/3,5,6/2,3,5,6,8 ($12 for $1)

 

Race 3 – 600M Grade 5 – 8:00PM

Very tough race but I think Destini Gold looks very well placed. Normally a reliable beginner, she finds herself in a race which lacks speed and depth and with a clean getaway she should roll to the early lead and dominate. You should be able to find at least $3.50 or better and that looks to be great value.

Hazerati has finally drawn well and he definitely has this field covered talent wise. A dog with his talent would normally be my top tip but he has terrible box manners and he tends to make a lot of mistakes in his races. Magenta Moon will be storming home late and its worth anchoring her for second and third in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 3 – 1 – 5 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,3/1,3,5,8/1,3,4,5,7,8 ($24 for $1)

Trifecta: 3/1,5,8/Field ($18 for $1)

 

Race 4 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 8:20PM

Cosmic Star has continued to improve with every run since returning from a spell and he finally put it altogether with an all the way Shepparton win last week in a slick 25.42. In that win he showed a tremendous turn of foot and he appeared to hit the line with plenty in hand, so the extra journey shouldn’t be a concern.

Veetee Turbo is resuming from a lengthy spell and prior to the spell he had established a great record here having won six of his 12 tries. He is in good hands and I would expect him to be fully wound up and ready to go. Kulu Special is a gifted NSW chaser but he is the type who will either ping and run the hands off the clock or miss the kick and make no impact at all. Making his Meadows debut I’m expecting him to miss away and make no impact, keep an eye out for him second up at The Meadows.

Top Four: 4 – 3 – 2 – 7

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Cosmic Star, should be $7.50 or better

 

Race 5 – 525M Grade 4 – 8:38PM

In a race which is packed full of speed demons, I think the stronger Peloton Bale might get all the breaks and get the cash at nice odds. There are at least five potential leaders in this event and from his rails draw I would expect him to get a nice sit behind the early leaders and he should be able to pick them off one by one down the back straight.

Quick Succession has been racing in brilliant form of late and she should have enough speed to kick through and lead early, however I expect that there will be a lot of pressure applied to her off the back straight and she might not have enough fuel in the tank to hold off Peloton Bale. Ride The Rails is a gun chaser and he rarely runs a bad race. I really wanted to put him on top but there is a lot of speed in this race and his box draw will work against him.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bets: Win bet on Peloton Bale, Rove in quinella with 1,4,5.

 

Race 6 – 600M Grade 5 Final – 8:57PM

Unix Bale has drawn perfectly in the red and last week he looked ultra impressive scoring a nine length heat win in a slick 34.40. His 9.18 first section is only average but from the red I would expect him to anticipate the start a little better and he should run sub 9.10 early tonight.

Untraceable is a tremendous talent and he has recorded three straight victories, with the latest being a brilliant 34.24 heat win last week. Obviously with a clear run he is the one to beat but from box seven he won’t get things all his own way. Artika could be the surprise packet in the event, he has been racing consistently and he has the speed to lead for a long way.

Top Four: 1 – 7 – 2 – 8

Suggested Bets: Win bets on Unix Bale and Artika (have more on Unix Bale)

 

Race 7 – 525M Grade 5 – 9:20PM

Rumbling Rick atoned for his luckless Victorian debut at Geelong with an impressive all the way Ballarat win in a very speedy 25.27, on that occasion he accounted for the very talented Deadly Boy. Tonight he has slow beginners drawn either side and that should allow him to drive to the early lead and then put a space in them off the back straight.

Brent Bale appears the logical second pick, he should be able to settle in the first two early and he did record a solid placing here two runs back. He is a long way off his best at present but he still has some early speed and he should be in contention off the back straight. What For showed great mid race speed in his placing here last week and he looms as the only other winning hope.

Top Four: 5 – 2 – 3 – 4

Suggested Bet: Take the even money about Rumbling Rick, looks to be a moral.

 

Race 8 – 525M Free For All – 9:40PM

Allen Eryk is a gun chaser and he looks perfectly placed in the red tonight. Two starts ago he smashed a quality field at Sandown when scoring in 29.43 and with an ounce of luck in the early stages he should carve them up again.

Crawf’s Bread should have enough speed to cross the red early and last week at Sandown he was far from disgraced when finishing fourth behind the exciting Mepunga Armagh. I don’t think he can hold the favourite off in the home straight but he will definitely give punters a good sight. Hawk Alone has a top record here and he is always thereabouts in this company.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Allen Eryk

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2/Field ($12 for $1)

 

Race 9 – 600M Mixed 4/5 – 10:05PM

Go Mobo has continued to get stronger with every run over the 600m trip and last start at Sandown he looked impressive when posting a smart 34.32 victory. In that run he showed great early speed and he appeared to hit the line in with a little in hand, tonight I would expect him to lead all the way again.

Tick Bale is super consistent and two starts ago he scored a strong 34.40 Sandown Park victory from this draw. He has been missing the kick of late, but he has been hitting the line strongly so he can afford to miss the kick again. Rebelation races well here and he is rarely far away in this company.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Go Mobo, should be $3 or better.

 

Race 10 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 10:25PM

The promising Hekate Belle is drawn to punch through to the early lead and if she can reproduce the effort which saw her win at Shepparton in a slick 25.27, she will prove very hard to reel in. She led for a long way here in May before being run down late and she should be a little stronger in the run home now.

Cobra Bale is a chaser with enormous talent, but you never know which Cobra Bale is going to show up. He has all of these covered ability wise but my concern is that he is yet to win in five tries from this draw. If he can get through the first turn unscathed he should be right in the mix. Ralphy Cinel has been racing in great form over 600m here of late and he must be respected.

Top Four: 1 – 8 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,4,8/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 1,2,8/1,2,8/1,2,4,5,6,8 ($24 for $1)

 

Race 11 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 10:42PM

Exciting NSW speedster Shoulders has been freshened up with a month off and if he can reproduce the effort which saw him win at Dapto in a breathtaking 29.49 in March he should prove too good for these. His last three runs have been far from impressive but on each occasion he found bother soon after box rise, tonight from the red alley there should be no excuses.

Ever Alert has been racing in great style of late and he is armed with a big finishing burst. His past two starts here he has been posted wide for most of the trip, tonight from his rails draw he should be able to settle much closer to the speed. Dyna Yenite appears to be the only other winning hope, he can show early speed in his races and he has a solid record here.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 2 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,3,7/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 1/2,3,7/2,3,7 ($6 for $1)

Exacta: 1/2,3 ($2 for $1)

 

Race 12 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 11:02PM

Hurricane Rhino is perfectly placed out wide and he has been racing in great heart at Wentworth Park of late. Two starts ago he showed a tremendous turn of foot soon after box-rise and assumed control at the first turn, before careering away to score a brilliant 29.95 win.

Humphrey Bale is dropping considerably in class and he has a top record over this trip. If he can reproduce his 29.98 PB here, he should be in the mix throughout. Cry Baby Jeff is normally a reliable beginner and he should be in the top two for most of the trip, his last 40m is always a worry but he should be able to hold on for a minor spot.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Hurricane Rhino

 

Quaddies

1,2/1,2,7/5/1,2,4,7,8 ($30 for $1)

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Race 1 5TH GRADE 520m 6.41pm

Tough race to kick off tonight’s card. Walk With Faith has an Albion Park Thursday night win in her, but I doubt that will come tonight with Miner’s Moss and Love Kills the standouts here. Miner’s Moss has the early toe and should lead them up. Love Kills is an extremely talented type who’s racing in superb fashion and each week he’s finding a bit on the previous week. He ran down Miner’s Moss two starts back and I see him doing the same tonight. Washington Trick won well last start and will be burning across from the outside early and can hold onto third.

Top Four: 3 – 2 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Love Kills

Trifecta: 3/2/1,7,8

 

Race 2 GOLD CUP HEAT 1 710m 6.58pm

Superstar Xylia Allen will start unbackable odds in this. Having broken five tracks records in her past six starts it’s impossible to fault her form. Many will suggest she can break Dashing Corsair’s track record tonight, but I say she can’t. It’s a tough 710m and Dashing Corsair was an Albion Park specialist. Auriga Doll was a huge surprise last week, running second in fast time at her second attempt. If she get out and lobs in behind, she’ll stick on and should further improve. Tweed Bah Day can’t run the trip, so forget he’s even going around, whilst Mullaway is talented and will pose a threat for second. Mepunga Tiara is racing superbly and will certainly be right there in the mix and Bralyn Casey can also fill a place, but generally needs slow pace in her races to show her best. If Xylia Allen gets them a long way off the bunny, Bralyn Casey is one who will continue to chase hard.

Top Four: 7 – 2 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 7/2,5/1,2,4,5/1,2,4,5

 

Race 3 GOLD CUP HEAT 2 710m 7.19pm

Heat two of the cup and a super tough affair. There is probably six winning chances from the seven starters and my on top pick is Born Ali. She’s been working her back into form and although she hasn’t seen the track I think she can lead and once in front they will struggle to catch her. Hougenie is starting to show she can stay and will be up and on the speed early. Set Her Again has a motor but is out of form at present. Infinite Wish is another Victorian raider with a hope if things go her way. It’s a tough race so back your own judgement and best of luck.

Top Four: 7 – 4 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 4,7/1,4,7/1,2,4,7

 

Race 4 GOLD CUP HEAT 3 710m 7.41pm

Great race and one that I’m looking forward too. Tarks Nemesis is my on top selection, she’s from Queensland and knows the track. A few starts ago she won a heat of the Futurity here over 520m and since then she has taken to staying like a duck to water. Wag Tail will be her main danger and it looks as if Golfing Amy will hold Wag Tail out initially and that will allow Tarks Nemesis to skip away. Tarks Nemesis is quicker then Wag Tail over 500, on par over 600 and hangs on over the last 110 just as well. So I can’t see Wag a Tail beating her. Eleazar is as strong as they come, so expect her to rush home, whilst Golfing Amy is always a chance.

Top Four: 2 – 6 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Tarks Nemesis

Trifecta: 2,6/2,6/4,7

 

Race 5 FLYING AMY CLASSIC HEAT 1 520m 8.05pm

I’m not sure why but I’m going to with Farmer’s Gold again! He’s got a huge motor but keeps missing the start badly. Sooner or later he’ll get it right. If he comes out with then he should just run right over the top. You Say So is a great beginner and should fire out to the early lead. Grand Roman is a talented chaser and will start to find form. Renatus was fantastic last week and looks a place hope in this.

Top Four: 7 – 2 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2,4,7/2,4,7/2,3,4,6,7

 

Race 6 FLYING AMY CLASSIC HEAT 2 520m 8.25pm

Flash Reality simply wins again. He’s too quick early, too fast mid race and too strong to the line. Zali Rose is in great form and can come out quickly and work her way across. Senor’s Mistress should get a great cart across and looks a great place hope. King Elliot is racing in mixed form but he’ll be coming hard at the end. Angvella is another with a hope but will look to head straight to the rail, and he may find trouble doing so.

Top Four: 3 – 7 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 3/2,6,7/2,6,7,8

 

Race 7 FLYING AMY CLASSIC HEAT 3 520m 8.44pm

You can’t knock the form of Happy Haswell, but will he handle box one is the question. If he does he should rail through to win. My Fantaziya is certain to lead but the 520m trip is too far and she’ll stop quickly. Give You Credit is likely to miss the early scramble and rail up rounding the first corner. Fancy Stitches is well boxed and can work her way around them. Iva Vision is a super young pup, so expect him to be there as they cross the line. Tough race with many scenarios so bet with caution.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/3,7,8/3,5,7,8

 

Race 8 BEST 8 520m 9.08pm

Queensland’s best chaser’s line up here and Top Story should win again. He’s won his last two and is only getting quicker since his return. Box two isn’t ideal, but he’ll likely have enough toe to clear a few here and work his way into clear space and once he does he should just win. Captain Clarrie is well boxed and will get a great run across. Honey Bouquet should get a soft run and Frosty Jay Jay is always around the mark. These best 8′s are never easy, so bet with caution.

Top Four: 2 – 7 – 3 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2,7/2,3,7/2,3,4,5,7

 

Race 9 4/5 GRADE 520m 9.28pm

Peter’s Pick in box one is the best dog in the race but prefers it out wide. If he can slide through early he’ll win. Chant is likely to ping and go but gets tired late. Winged Elite is a quality dog out of form, but it won’t be long until he returns to his best. Cyndie’s Special is a speedy type who loves racing here and always gives her best.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/2,3,4/2,3,4

 

Race 10 4/5 GRADE 600m 9.52pm

Fawn Corsair is a serious young pup by Dashing Corsair and is unbeaten in six starts over the 600m trip. If he runs 700m, which it looks as if he should, we might see a staying star. He’s got amazing track sense and last weeks run over 520m was a perfect example of it. He’ll need to do things right again tonight, but he’s certainly the on top pick. Aza Time bombed the start on Monday night but should get out and fly early. Premiers Reign was good last week and should perform again. Knave and Prince Harry look the best of the run on types.

Top Four: 8 – 5 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 8/2,5/2,4,5,6/2,4,5,6

 

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Leg 2: 3
Leg 3: 1,3
Leg 4: 2,3,7

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Race 1 – 515M Maiden Final – 7:08PM

The promising Kerrigan Bale improved her box manners here last week when she pinged the lids and reeled off a slick 5.05 first split. Soon after she was off and gone and stopped the clock in a very zippy 29.62. She posted the fastest first split and overall time in the heats, so with a clean getaway she should run away with the prize.

Allen Kessel has been placed in his two runs to date and he hit the line very strongly when placed behind Kerrigan Bale. I would expect him to settle back in the field again, but if there is some shuffling up front he should be able to run over the top. Winston Groom is yet to win in eight tries, but he is a great dog to anchor for second and third in your exotics. He is blessed with quite a bit of talent but he tends to have an issue with passing the leader. Dyna Nico showed speed in her heat and I would expect her to show improvement in the run home tonight.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 8 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 7/2,6,8/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 2,6,7/8/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 2,6,7/Field/8 ($18 for $1)

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:25PM

Lektra Lethal has been racing in consistent style of late and he finds himself in a race he should be able to lead quite comfortably. He has only had a couple of starts over the 515m journey but it is clear he does his best racing when on the bunny. Obviously the last 50m is going to be of some concern, but I think he can build up a big enough break off the back straight.

Gypsy Bling has had no luck in her two runs since returning from Tasmania but she is in good hands and tonight she may be able to regain some confidence. Before crossing to the mainland she posted a sizzling 26.04 Hobart win and 30.11 Launceston win which shows she has both speed and stamina. Miss Penguin has been a tad inconsistent of late but she is quite talented and the good draw enhances her chances.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Lektra Lethal.

 

Race 3 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:44PM

Oscura is a really exciting talent but he can make punters very nervous in the first 50m. In recent times he has been bombing the start and turning in big performances to score or be placed. Tonight he has the benefit of a slow beginner drawn directly outside so he should get every chance to settle much closer to the speed tonight. I expect him to start around the even money mark so it may be worthwhile anchoring him in exotic bets.

Staker’s Chin has won three of his four tries from box eight, with one of them being over this trip in a sizzling 29.50. He musters pace very quickly in his races and I expect him to be prominent throughout. Mumma Hook has struggled to run the 500m trip out in her brief career but she should be able to lead for a long way tonight and therefore she must be included in your exotic bets. Half Way There is also drawn to run a big race. Clearly Oscura has them covered ability wise but if he makes a mistake the race becomes extremely open.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3/1,2,8/Field ($18 for $1)

Quinella: 3 to rove with 1,2,8 ($3 for $1)

 

Race 4 – 595M Grade 5 – 8:08PM

Proven Trendy has come up with the coveted red draw and with a clean getaway he should get the cash in convincing fashion. Six of his twelve career wins have come from boxes one or two and on the bend start it will be a big advantage. In recent starts he has not experienced a lot of luck but three starts ago he did score an impressive 34.71 Meadows win.

Dyna Orion found a ridiculous amount of trouble when making his middle distance debut at The Meadows last week. Tonight he should be able to follow Proven Trendy though at the first turn and he has given every indication that this trip will really suit. Kayo Marciarno will be hitting the line strongly and he is worth anchoring for third and fourth in exotic bets. Ozzy Bale having won three of seven over this track and distance has a small winning chance.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 6 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,4,6/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2/Field ($12 for $1)

 

Race 5 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 8:28PM

Gimme Fuel is racing with great confidence at present and he hit the line strongly when scoring at The Meadows in a slick 29.92 last Saturday. The most impressive part of that win was the fact that he managed to win coming from off the speed. Tonight there doesn’t appear to be a whole lot of early speed and if he can step away on terms he should have sufficient speed to punch through and lead. You will be asked to take as short as $2.80 but with a clean getaway that is pinching money.

Hello Good Bye appears well drawn out wide and he was far from disgraced when placed behind Surf Mail here last week. He is clearly four or so lengths from his best, but his present form suggests that he will be a major player in this. Ollie Bale is a Group One winner and has made numerous Group race finals so he must always be respected. His draw may be a little concern but he did post a 5.09 first section here last week and a repeat of that will see him avoid early bother.

Top Four: 2 – 7 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Gimme Fuel (back in form and this looks his race)

 

Race 6 – 515M Special Event Final – 8:52PM

In what is a quality final, I have decided to go with the early speed. Mepunga Moss shanghaied out last week and reeled off a sizzling 5.03 to the first mark. After burning early she still had enough in the tank to stop the clock at 29.43. Tonight if she can step like she did in her heat she should have no trouble leading again and with some shuffling up behind her she will get away with the prize. It’s also worth noting that she held off some strong chasers in her heat so she will take some catching again.

Mepunga Hayley has been pinging the lids of late and smashing the clock, however tonight I don’t think she is suited by the red draw. Normally she likes a little room to muster and from the red I don’t think she will get it. Oakvale Destiny is a very exciting talent and she has produced barnstorming finishes in her past two starts to snatch victory on both occasions. Once again the box draw hasn’t been too kind but she has the ability to lead or come from off the pace, so with a fairly trouble free run she should play a major role. Heidi Go Seek could be the surprise packet, her best form has been over the longer journeys of late but she has been known to ping the lids on occasions and if she settles near the lead and she can cause an upset.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Mepunga Moss, should be big over’s.

 

Race 7 – 715M Grade 5 -9:11PM

Luna Jinx had plenty of excuses last week but in saying that she can be her own worst enemy. After a slow beginning she got squeezed out a couple of times and had to give the leaders too big a start. Tonight she has two slow beginners underneath and that should allow her to settle in the first three. Two starts ago she ran the hands off the clock when scoring here in a breathtaking 41.68 and if she goes anywhere near that time again she will put an absolute space in them.

Zipping Joe is another costly conveyance but he is drawn where he wants to be and if he can get away a little cleaner tonight he should give the favourite a run for her money. Three starts ago he turned in a monster performance when placed in a heat of the Group One Sandown Cup. Allen Wake has enough ability to cause a boil over in this event. He made his staying debut last week and he appeared to hit the line solidly enough after getting a long way back early. He is likely to be double figures and he may be worth a place bet if you don’t like or can’t trust the favourite.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3/5,6,8/Field ($18 for $1)

Trifecta: 3/5,6,8/5,6,8 ($6 for $1)

Place bet on Allen Wake if you can find $2.70 or better fixed.

 

Race 8 – 515M Free For All – 9:35PM

Crackerjack Dak is an excitement machine and last week he beat three up and coming stars quite convincingly. After an even getaway he showed a tremendous turn of foot and dashed away before scoring in a blistering 29.43. His first section of 5.05 would be enough to cross this field and they will find it hard trying to reel him in running sub 29.40.

Cornelius Fudge relished the step up in distance with a smart 34.47 win here last week and he appears suited in this event as there appears to be a few front runners engaged. Two starts ago he roared home to be placed behind Awesome Project over this trip in quick time. Mepunga Armagh continues to impress and it’s hard to look past his 29.37 win here last week, however there is a bit more early speed in tonight’s event and he may get burnt off going through the first bend. Nockabout Aussie turned in the biggest performance of the night last week, during the run he was crowded and forced to ease out three times before charging home to be beaten by just over a length behind Mepunga Armagh. He will be big odds and with the right run he can feature.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bets: Win bets on Crackerjack Dak and Noackabout Aussie (more on Crackerjack Dak)

Boxed Quinella: 6,7,8 ($3 for $1)

 

Race 9 – 595M Mixed 4/5 – 9:55PM

See Him First has relished the step up in distance of late and if he can ping the lids like he has been recently then he should take some catching. He is yet to win here over this trip, but three starts ago he displayed great early speed before scoring a blistering 37.38 Shepparton win. I’m tipping that he will get a clear run early tonight and he should be able to show his best form.

Cosmic Wise can be hard to follow at times but she looked super impressive in her recent all the way 34.47 Meadows win. Obviously if she can step cleanly again she will prove hard to hold out, however her box manners aren’t always great. Easton Bale has been racing in much stronger company of late and he has won here previously in a very smart 34.38.

Top Four: 4 – 2 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bet: Win bet on See Him First (should be $3.60 or better)

 

Race 10 – 515M Grade 5 -10:12PM

Wise Ella has let me down at her past few starts but I’m willing to give her one more chance. After a fair getaway last week she was posted wide for most of the trip but she still kept coming in the home straight. If she can step cleanly tonight there doesn’t appear to be a whole lot that will keep her out and on the bunny she is a very fast chaser.

Lektra Brave looks perfectly drawn and he returned to form recently with a slick 25.32 Ballarat win. He has won three of nine over this trip and his 29.56 PB should hold him in good stead. He can be a tad unreliable at box rise but the red draw can be forgiving. Dyna York drops back to the more suitable 500m journey and from box three he should be able to find the rails in the early stages. He doesn’t win out of turn but he is worth anchoring for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,8/1,3,8/1,2,3,6,7,8 ($16 for $1)

Boxed Quinella: 1,3,8 ($3 for $1)

 

Race 11 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:32PM

Giddy’s Star hasn’t won for a little while but she has everything going for her tonight. She has won six of 20 at this venue and she normally excels from an inside draw. Last start she posted a quick 5.07 to the first mark and a repeat of that should see her hold the early lead. She isn’t overly strong but this race doesn’t appear to have a great deal of depth. You will be asked to take $3.00 or shorter but this really looks her race.

Pappa Gallo has been racing in consistent fashion and he won by a whopping nine lengths at Sale last time in a more than handy 29.73. He is normally quite reliable at box rise and he should find himself in contention throughout. Crowdza Captive has only won the one race from 18 tries here, but her two recent placings here have been ultra impressive. My only concern with her is that she may not have enough speed to cross the red.

Top Four: 1 – 6 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Giddy’s Star.

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 -10:52PM

As we get to the final event it appears we have found the bet of the night. Drawn perfectly in the red, Dynamo’s Gift should be able to utilise his early speed and lead from go to whoa. Three starts ago he pinged the lids and never looked back when scoring a dazzling 29.46 win here, there doesn’t appear to be anything in this event that can match that performance.

Cette Away returned to winning form at Geelong last week when leading all the way in a very quick 29.85. On that occasion she beat a very handy field and with a clean getaway tonight she should be in the mix. Sisco Good continues to improve and he hit the line very strongly when scoring at The Meadows last week in 30.11. I don’t think he can win tonight but he must be included in your exotics.

Top Four: 1 – 7 – 3 – 5

Suggested Bet: Put the profits on Dynamo’s Gift to win, should be $2.40 or better. Great bet for the $250 free bet at Sportsbet.

 

Quaddies

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Albion Park Greyhounds Race 7 Box 7 Aza Buzz, 8.44pm

Aza Buzz is drawn where he needs to be and looks a great chance to win. He’s been in the money in his last four stats from wide boxes and has been taking on far better opposition than what he faces here tonight. He’s fair early but has great drive and solid track sense. Box one runner Classy Blonde is another fast dog sired by the super Elite And Classy. She stopped the clock in 30.17 a few starts back so she must be kept safe. Rolex Roo has talent, but will need to jump quickly to avoid early bother from box four.

Top Four Selections : 7 – 1 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bet : Win bet on Azza Buz
Trifecta : 1,7/1,2,4,7/1,2,4,5,7

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Leg 2: 1,2
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Angle Park Greyhounds Race 5 Box 8 Fiery McBain, 7.58pm

I like the look of this race and think value could be available. El Tren Bala was a certainty last week from the red on debut, but he moves to the center of the track and it will be much harder for him tonight. Fiery McBain is drawn well and can fire out from the outside and take up the early lead. He has run a best of 35.40 here in two attempts. He stuck on well here last start although the time wasn’t flash. Teddy Tool is primed and ready to fire, but he’ll need luck from box seven and will get back in the field. El Tren Bala and Lektra Ripper are both big chances also, but both will need luck.

Top Four Selections : 8 – 7 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bet : Each way bet on Fiery Mcbain
Trifecta : 7,8/5,6,7,8/5,6,7,8

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Leg 2: 2,4,8
Leg 3: 1
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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

Stylish Jenmar is armed with a great turn of foot and she displayed that when placed here last week. Tonight she finds herself in a race which really lacks genuine early speed and this should allow her to lead and dictate the race.

Mrs. Duncan looms as the obvious danger based on her sizzling 29.66 Gosford win recently when she pinged the lids and led throughout. A repeat of that effort will see her figure prominently again. Bobby Blanco has recorded three handy placings here of late and he appears well graded, my

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Race 1 – 525M Maiden Final – 7:15PM

After stepping slowly, the Andrea Dailly trained Dyna Yemen showed a tremendous turn of foot to find the early lead, before scoring a brilliant 30.03 heat win. He has drawn awkwardly tonight but with a slow beginner directly outside I’m hoping he will get sufficient room to muster speed. There are a number of strong kennels represented in this, so you might get around the $2.50 mark or better.

Haraka resumed from a three month spell to score a strong 30.63 heat win and he would have derived a lot of benefit from

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Race 1 515m 7.14pm

Quality race with many chances. Dyna Hula is well drawn in the red and that’s enough for me to suggest she wins. As It Goes is a quality bitch who can really run

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:08PM

The exciting Filante has won four of his six starts to date and he is drawn to feature again. In early April he recorded his debut Wentworth Park win

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Sportsbet Ante Up With $3.00 For Queensland In State Of Origin Odds

Tonight is a massive night for sports fans in New South Wales and Queensland, with the Group Three Bulli Gold Cup playing second fiddle to the first game of this years State Of Origin.

Sportsbet are offering an account Top-Up special on Queensland in State Of Origin Game One.

This promotion is in addition to the $250 offer for opening a new account and is the first promotion of its kind that has been run by Sportsbet.

Simply click on this link and open an account. Place a Head-to-Head bet on Queensland at any price and Sportsbet will pay the difference to $3.00.

$3.00 on Queensland for tonight is an amazing price and definitely a promotion to take advantage of.

There is also weekly promotions for the greyhounds, so there is amazing value to be had.

Set yourself up on the couch, watch the Bulli Gold Cup at 7.25pm for your dog fix and then turn it over to kick the Queenslanders home in game one.

My night is set.

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Greyhound Betting Tips Monday 26th May

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Last week the following promo was offered, as well a money back promotion on the Sandown Cup.

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Albion Park Greyhounds Race 3 Box 4 Bradley Benz, 7.26pm

Tough race with a few chances, but Bradley Benz looks the standout of the field. The son of Droopy’s Scolari has obvious talent, which he proved winning a heat of the big

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The Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview May 24th 2014

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Race 1 – 525M Grade 5 – 7:15PM

Dyna Fancy meets a few smart types and she appears to be up in class, however she should be suited by the rails draw and she has sufficient pace to hold the early lead. With a PB of 30.30, if she can hold the lead she should be able to hold

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Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview May 24th 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

The first event of the night is quite open and I have settled on the Jason Magri trained Black Menace. This promising speedster has been lightly raced in recent months, however in February/March he really caught the eye when scoring three dominant Goulbourn wins, all them by big

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