Greyhound Betting Tips Monday 21st July

Albion Park

Race 4 – 520M 5th grade – 7.41pm

Wilby Special is a talented type who I have been following for a few months now. He was dropped back to short course racing for a period there, but had limited success. He is being stepped back up to 520M racing once again tonight and from box one he looks a huge chance in this race. Summer’s Bug has enormous early toe and is likely to fire out. Rainbow Rex is racing poorly at present but he’s too good to leave out, so keep him very safe. Willy Be Topps does race well here but needs a clear run throughout. It might pay to work out a few different bets in this race. It’s a tricky affair with stayers and short course dogs engaged.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Win on Wilby Special

Trifecta: 1/3,5,6/3,4,5,6 $8.00 for 100%

Best Bet:

Race 4 Box 1 Wilby Special

Best Roughie:

Race 6 Box 4 Lucy’s Law.

Angle Park

Race 6 – 515M – 8.12pm

Screamin and Kalden Blanco look the only two hopes in this race. Both dogs were solid here last start and both appear to be well boxed. Screamin did show great early toe and mid race pace, but struggled in the run to the line. Kalden Blanco on the other hand finished her race off quiet well and will only need to lob handy to push Screamin all the way. Third and fourth place look quite hard to sort out. Crash Dooley, Penn Bale and Maysoon Kahn look likely to fight out the remaining placings.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 6 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bet:

Boxed Exacta: 6,8

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

Best Bet:

Boxed Exacta Race 6 – 6,8

Best Roughie:

Race 9 Box 1 Phil De Magic

The Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 19th 2014

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Race 1 – 525M Grade 5 – 7:18PM

Very even affair to kick off the meeting but i think the promising Capullo Bale can make amends for his luckless run here last week. After beginning fairly he showed a good turn of foot before then losing his way through the first bend. I think with the benefit of seeing the track last week he should be able to find plenty. His three provincial wins in June where brilliant and i have a fairly big opinion of this one.

Roy Galo is a very hard dog to follow but he is ideally drawn out wide and he should appreciate the enormous drop in class. He has contested FFA events for quite some time and although it was a while back, he did record his sizzling 29.82 PB here from this draw. Frank Furter must also be considered in this event, he is armed with smart early speed and he should go with Capullo Bale for most of the trip, his last 50m is always a worry but he has got a little stronger in recent times.

Top Four: 6 – 8 – 5 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Capullo Bale

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

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

 

Race 2 – 600M Grade 5 Final – 7:40PM

Another open race but i think the box draw is going to play a major role in the result. Reen’s Fabian has come up with the gun draw and he looked very impressive in his strong 34.90 heat win. He was quite slow to begin last week but from the better draw he should be able to find a couple of lengths to the first marker and on the bunny he should be able to get down to the 34.40 mark.

Ima Fairytale is highly talented and she too overcame some difficulties in her strong 35.16 heat win, however the box draw hasn’t been too kind to her. She is likely to settle back in the field early but with some luck in running she won’t be far away at the finish. Morningside is the smokey in the event, she can make a lot of mistakes in her races and she tends to lose concentration at times but if she remains switched on she will run a big race at odds.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 5 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Reen’s Fabian (very keen on this one)

Trifecta: 1,4/1,4/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/2,4,5/Field ($12 for 100%)

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

 

Race 3 – 725M Distance Championship Heat One – 7:57PM

The perfectly drawn Mepunga Tiara has been racing in good company of late and she has been far from disgraced. She is probably better suited to a middle distance but she is still more than capable over this journey. Being a very reliable beginner, i would expect her to be able to carve across to the early lead and she should prove too hard to reel in.

Know Class has been racing against the likes of Xylia Allen in recent times and he should appreciate the drop in class. He can be a little slow to begin at times but if he can get through the first bend untouched he won’t be far away at the business end. Zipping Maggie is showing promise over the staying journey and this is clearly her toughest test, im still not convinced that she is a genuine stayer but this event isn’t overly strong and she can play a major role.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 6 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Mepunga Tiara

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

Trifecta: 8/3,4,6/Field ($15 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 725M Distance Championship Heat Two – 8:20PM

Star stayer Dyna Willow is making her long awaited return to racing and if she is anywhere near peak fitness she should make light work of her opposition. Prior to going for a spell she had recorded two breathtaking 720m Wentworth Park wins and on both occasions she came from off the speed and powered to the line. Being first up from a spell she should show a little more early dash and therefore she will find herself in a much more prominent position early.

Luna Jinx is a huge talent but she can make a lot of mistakes in her races. Back in may she scored a scorching 41.68 Sandown Park win and she looked as though she was going to take the staying world by storm, however she has shown that she doesn’t like to be crowded in her races and she tends to ease when she feels pressure on her outside. If she can get into some open space she will put some pressure on the favourite. Zipping Joe rounds out the winning hopes, he has been racing in rare form of late and he should be suited by the empty box on his outside.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Willow if you can find even money or better

Trifecta: 7/3,4,6/2,3,4,6 ($9 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,7/3,7/Field ($10 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 525M Maturity Classic Semi Final One – 8:40PM

He was a little disappointing here last week but i think super star sprinter Hooksy can make amends tonight. Drawn perfectly in the pink he should get plenty of room early to show his explosive turn of foot and he should be off and gone as they head through the first turn. This bloke is an absolute star and i can’t wait to see what the clock shows if he goes around untouched.

My Bro Fabio was enormous here last week when scoring in 29.79 and he is clearly a danger again, however in his heat he was able to settle very close to the speed and i don’t think he will be afforded those favours tonight. There is a fair bit of speed in this race and im guessing he will settle in the last three, he is still good enough to score but i think the quinella spot looks best. Mepunga Hayley is another tremendous talent and if she can find her best box manners she may give Hooksy a run for his money.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 5 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Hooksy (if you get evens or better)

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

Trifecta: 8/3,5,7/Field ($18 for 100%0

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

 

Race 6 – 525M Maturity Classic Semi Final Two – 8:58PM

This is easily the most open of the four semis but i think i have found the winner with the Darren McDonald trained Where’s The Surf. He has scored a hat trick of wins and he looked ultra impressive when scoring here last week in 30.05. He was fair to begin in his heat but he showed a great turn of foot and he assumed control soon after the start. His first section of 5.13 would see him settle in the first three early and he will prove very hard to hold out.

Shoulders looms as the obvious danger based on his two sub 30 second wins here in June, last week he missed the kick a little and wasn’t really a factor, tonight im anticipating that he will step a little better and he should make his presence felt. Humphrey Bale is the other genuine winning hope, whilst Dyna Alchemist can cause an upset with some luck early. I’m a big fan of Dyna Alchemist but i would have preferred him to have drawn much closer to the rail.

Top Four: 2 – 3 – 1 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Where’s The Surf

Trifecta: 1,2,3/1,2,3/1,2,3,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

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

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

 

Race 7 – 525M Maturity Classic Semi Final Three – 9:20PM

I think we have found the best value of the night in this event with the perfectly drawn Summer Wages. Last week he showed tremendous early speed before tiring in the concluding stages. If he can step cleanly he should be able to hold the early lead again and i think he will be much better for the run. At present you can find $14 fixed with some betting agencies and that is a great each way investment.

Eliza Blanche is going to start quite short but i think she is the lay of the night, her box manners aren’t great and she is desperate for the fence. There is quite a bit of early speed drawn underneath her and I’m anticipating that she will be posted wide for most of the trip. Dyna Ostrander is a promising up and coming chaser and if he can reproduce his 30.05 effort from last week he should be in the mix, he can miss the kick at times but he does have an explosive turn of foot. Grand Legacy could be another value bet, he will be big odds but he was far from disgraced when placed here last week.

Top Four: 1 – 6 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Summer Wages and Grand Legacy

Boxed Quinella: 1,5,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,5,6/1,5,6,7 ($9 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 525M Maturity Classic Semi Final Four – 9:42PM

The final semi appears to be another wide open affair but the well drawn Sisco Rage looks poised to make a big impact. In recent times he has been bombing the start and he has then had to work overtime during the race to get into a competitive position. From the red he should be able to anticipate the start a lot better and he will find himself in a more prominent position early. Some of his performances have been massive of late and he is great value at the $5.50 mark.

All Strung Out is a star stayer in the making but at present he is flying over the sprint trip. He didn’t have a lot in his heat last week but he still hit the line hard for a strong placing and prior to that he did post a powerful 30.11 win here. His chances hinge on whether or not he gets a clear crack through the first turn but with an ounce of luck he will be in the mix. Lamia Bale could be the smokey in the event, she led for a long way last week and she appears to be improving with every run.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Sisco Rage

Boxed Quinella: 1,3,5,7 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,3/1,3,5,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 725M Distance Championship Heat Three – 10:02PM

The great Xylia Allen gets to strut her stuff again tonight and she should make it eight wins in a row. She is yet to win over this trip but her 700m form of late has been spectacular and realistically bad luck is her only danger. It’s worth noting that if she can win next week’s final she will be the greatest ever prize money earner in the history of greyhound racing.

Zipping Rory looms as the main danger, in recent weeks he has scored two brilliant metro wins and he continues to get better with every run. I don’t think he can go with the champ but he should have no trouble filling the quinella spot. Hala Belle rounds out the place chances, she has been placed in two of three here and she has been racing in this type of class for quite a while now. She is drawn to settle near the speed and she should plug on for third.

Top Four: 2 – 7 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 10 – 525M Free For All – 10:22PM

Dream It has been racing over the middle distances of late but he should be suited by the drop back to 525m. Prior to rising in distance he had posted two brilliant wins here with the latest being in a slick 29.91. From the red draw he should be able to punch through and lead at the first bend and he should prove too strong in the run to the line.

Hailstorm Billy is a super consistent chaser and he tends to race very well here. Three starts ago he hit the line strongly when placed behind the then in form Gimme Fuel and this race looks to have similar depth. Prue Bale is the interesting runner, she has had three weeks off and the freshen up could be just what she needed, when she is on song she is brilliant and she can show explosive early speed in her races.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 7 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 11 – 600M Mixed 4/5 – 10:42PM

Go Mobo is an ultra consistent chaser and he should be able to lead from go to whoa tonight. He has been placed in seven of his past eight which includes three impressive victories. Tonights event is a lot weaker than what he has been facing and if he can step on terms he should get the cash.

Ever Alert is a promising stayer in the making and he scored two impressive middle distance wins in June. He is a wide runner so the pink draw suits but his lack of early speed means that he may get posted wide in the early stages. If he gets through the first bend without a lot of interference, he should make his presence felt. Hougenie is a smart QLD chaser and he didn’t have a lot of luck in his Meadows debut, he should be much better for the run and he has the ability to cause a boil over.

Top Four: 5 – 8 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Go Mobo

Trifecta: 5,8/5,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 4,5,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – 525M Mixed 4/5 – 11:00PM

Good race to finish the night and i think the in form Dyna Kayla should send us home on a winning note. She has won her past two starts in impressive fashion and she has won three of five over this track and trip. She should get a nice sit on probable leader Fort Allen and she will prove too strong in the run home.

Fort Allen has the good draw and he should be able to hold the lead at the first bend. He has been racing in consistent fashion and he has been placed in 16 of his 24 tries here, i dont think he is strong enough to hold on but he should be able to hold on to a minor spot. Warrior King recently won the Group Two Bendigo Cup and he is always a chance, the draw is a big concern tonight but if he gets away on terms he will surely make his presence felt. Heidi Go Seek could be the blowout chance and she must be included in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 7 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Kayla

Boxed quinella: 1,2,7 ($3 for 100%)

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

 

Quaddie:

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

$32 for 100%

 

Best Bet:

Race 2: Reen’s Fabian

Race 5: Hooksy

Best Roughie:

Race 2: Morningside

Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 19th 2014

It’s time to unleash with Sportingbet’s $700 free bet. Brad was on fire Thursday night and it’s time to continue the carnage against Sportingbet.

Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

Even race to open the card and I think the speedy Our Lady Di can get the job done. Prior to her poor effort last time, she had been racing in very consistent fashion and on most occasions she had been showing tremendous early speed. Tonight she has slow beginners drawn on either side and that should allow her to drive to the early lead. At the $4 mark she appears to be great value.

Le Burglar is a highly promising chaser and his past two efforts here have been very impressive. In both runs he has missed the kick but soon after he has showed a good turn of foot and worked his way through the field to record two nice placings. The box draw is a big disadvantage again but with an ounce of luck he will make his presence felt. Midnight Rush could be the blow out chance in the event, she is suitably drawn out wide and she was far from disgraced when placed at Grafton last time. She is very fast on her night and she can feature if she can get through the first bend unscathed.

Top Four: 6 – 4 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Our Lady Di

Quinella: 6 to rove with 4,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Exacta: 4,6/4,6,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

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

 

Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:50PM

Magic Dream is blessed with explosive early speed and last week he showed that he now has a lot more strength. After stepping cleanly he showed a blistering turn of foot and reeled off very quick sectionals before stopping the clock in a very impressive 29.84. There is a little bit of speed around him but provided he comes out cleanly he should hold them out.

Hector Kahn has the perfect draw and if the main chances in the middle make any mistakes early he should be able to capitalise. He has had a couple of weeks off but at his last start here he led until the shadows of the post and he was far from disgraced in that effort. I’m A Pedro is drawn to get a nice cart across from Magic Dream early and if he reproduces the effort which saw him win here in 30 flat earlier this month he should be in the mix.

Top Four: 5 – 1 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Magic Dream

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

Exacta: 1,5/1,2,5,6 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/1,2,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 520M Grade 5 – 8:10PM

In form trainer Jodie Lord has a stranglehold on this event and she really should land the Trifecta. Cawbourne Cobra has been racing in solid style of late and she should be suited by the empty box underneath her. Before her two recent Canberra defeats she had performed well here in strong company and if she can get away on terms tonight she will play a major role at nice odds.

Paddles Anderson is easily the most talented chaser in the event but unfortunately he can make a lot of mistakes. There is a little bit of speed drawn underneath him and that may allow him to find the rail early and he may be afforded a clear run for most of the trip. Coolabah Jet rounds out the Lord trio and she is likely to set the pace. Two starts ago she was narrowly beaten here in good time and she then followed that up with a convincing 30.58 Canberra win. If she finds the early lead she will prove hard to gun down.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Each way on Cawbourne Cobra

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

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

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

 

Race 4 – 520M Grade 5 – 8:27PM

Miss Dover was very unlucky here last week, after pinging the lids and setting a cracking pace, she had her heels clipped at a crucial stage and therefore lost all of her momentum. She still wasn’t going to win the race but she would have finished a lot closer to the winner. Outside of Zipping Angel it is a very weak affair and if she lands on the bunny she will prove very hard to run down.

Zipping Angel is an exciting prospect and she should make her presence felt in her metro debut. She can be a little slow to begin at times and she will need to do everything right as she will be having her first look at the track under race conditions. Obviously if she gets through the first bend unscathed she will definitely make an impact on the scoreboard. Loose Affair is showing promise and he appears suitably drawn out wide, if he can get away on terms he should be in the mix.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Each way on Miss Dover

Trifecta: 6,7/6,7/Field ($10 for 100%)

Exacta: 6,7/6,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 – 8:47PM

The speed My Awesome Opal has been a little disappointing in recent weeks, however he should be able to get a cheap lead tonight and he will return to the winners list. Three starts ago he posted a 29.91 win here and a similar run would be good enough to score again, obviously his chances hinge on his ability to lead but I am quite confident he will be in front at the first bend.

Snow Shiraz is the run on dog in the event and with a number of front runners in this event he could be the smokey in the event. He has a handy 29.93 PB here and provided he gets some open space off the back straight he should be able to pick them off one by one as they near the finish line. Pace Ventura is unbeaten in two tries here and his record from wide draws is tremendous. If he can cross in the early stages he will be a major player.

Top Four: 2 – 4 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Place bet on Snow Shiraz

Exacta: 2/4,6,8 ($3 for 100%)

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

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

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

 

Race 6 – 520M Mixed 4/5 – 9:12PM

Very open affair and I’m going to go with some value in Knot Tellin Ya. I know it seems like I have a love affair with this one but he has been going quite well in recent weeks and at massive odds he is worth following. He has been jumping a lot better of late and tonight he has the luxury of slow beginners being drawn on either side.

Kobi Jay hit the line hard here last week and he has a tremendous record here. The box draw is a disadvantage again but he is always going to get back early and it shouldn’t pose too many problems. Francois Dryva has the favourable draw and if he can reproduce his 29.80 PB run he should be thereabouts. His box manners have let him down in the past and he can’t afford to make any mistakes in this event.

Top Four: 4 – 6 – 1 – 2

Suggested bets:

Win bets on Knot Tellin Ya and Kobi Jay

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

Exacta: 1,4,6/1,2,4,6 ($9 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,6/1,2,4,6/1,2,3,4,5,6 ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 520M Special Event Heat One – 9:35PM

Tough race with a number of chances but I think the best chance appears to be the speedy Magic Display. She has won six of her 12 tries over this trip and she showed that she is back to her best with a sizzling 22.96 Grafton win. There is a little bit of speed drawn underneath but she should have enough natural speed to cross.

Zipping Summah is an explosive talent and she has won here previously in a blistering 29.64. She has been doing most of her recent racing over shorter journeys so there is a little query about her running out a strong 520m. Gradence is the smokey in the event, he always seems to find one better but this race features a number of runners who are suspect over this trip. If he can gain some luck in running he may just run over the top of them in the concluding stages.

Top Four: 8 – 2 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Place bet on Gradence (must finish top two but I think he might be good value)

Boxed Quinella: 2,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Exacta: 2,8/2,7,8 ($4 for 100%)

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

 

Race 8 – 520M Special Event Heat Two – 9:55PM

Miss Sueko has scored some devastating wins here of late and with an empty box directly outside her she should get every chance to continue on her winning way. Two of her recent wins were in 29.68 and 29.67 respectively and it’s hard to see her being rolled if she can repeat those efforts. This race is a little stronger depth wise than she has been racing against but she should have no trouble adapting to this class.

Bessy Boo is the run on dog in the race and he has been racing in consistent style of late. Obviously he can be slow to begin at times but he has an uncanny knack of being able to work his way through a field. Queen Esther is another winning chance, she can be very hit or miss at box rise but when she hits she can reel off blistering sectionals. Ritza Raider is in good form and he rounds out the winning hopes.

Top Four: 4 – 7 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 4/2,6,7/Field ($15 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4,6,7/2,4,6,7/1,2,4,6,7 ($27 for 100%)

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

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:15PM

Cawbourne Power has enormous talent when on song and it appears he has found the perfect race. From the pink draw he should be given plenty of room in the early stages to muster speed and that should allow him to get through the first bend relatively unscathed. When given a clear run he is capable of reeling off breathtaking sectionals and he looks far superior to his opposition.

Swan’s Mavis is a lid pinger and in a race which lacks genuine early speed she should find herself in the top two as they head through the first bend. Her form isn’t too crash hot and she may go around over the odds. Inner City is another who could be value, he is suited by the wide draw and his effort here two runs back behind Soaring Eagle was very impressive.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 7 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Cawbourne Power

Trifecta: 8/2,3,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,7,8/3,7,8/2,3,4,5,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

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

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:35PM

Tough race which sees three promising speedsters from the same kennel set to do battle. Isabel Enlim, Pure Arrogance and Most Arrogant have all been flying on the provincial circuit in recent months and I think the less fancied of the three in Isabel Enlim can get the cash. She scored back to back 450m Maitland wins recently and she was placed in her only try here. She has the benefit of having seen the track tonight and that should allow her to handle the first bend better than her kennelmates.

Pure Arrogance and Most Arrogant are obviously the two main dangers and they all have similar early speed, however there racing patterns suggest that they are have to lead chasers. With this being the case I think the value bet in the event could be Number Krunch for the place. He is a little one paced but he is very strong and he should get a clear run from the red draw. I would expect him to be hitting the line hard and he should be running past some very tired chasers.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 3 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Place bet on Number Krunch

Trifecta: 1,2,3/1,2,3,5/1,2,3,5,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

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

 

Quaddie:

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

$45 for 100%

 

Best Bet:

Race 1: Our Lady Di

Best Roughie:

Race 9: Inner City

Wenty Park And Geelong Tips & Betting Preview July 18th 2014

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Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 Final – 8:28PM

Pretty even affair but I think Allen Malik may have too much natural dash for this lot. In the middle of June he recorded two breathtaking Warragul wins in 25.71 and 25.87 and a repeat of any of those two efforts will see him get the cash in convincing fashion. He can bomb the start at times but he has the benefit of slow beginners drawn on each side and that should allow him to still lead even if he is a tad slow to begin.

Superstar Magic looks to be the main danger after he scored a smart 30.42 heat win last week. He can be very hit or miss at box rise, but from the pink he should be afforded sufficient room in the early stages and he should be able to carve across and settle in the first two. Dyna York is the run on dog in the race, he is very slow early but once he hits his stride he can take ground off the best of them.

Top Four: 5 – 8 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Allen Malik

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

Trifecta: 1,5,8/6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,5,8/Field/6 ($18 for 100%)

Quinella: 5 to rove with 1,6,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 460M VBIS Maiden Final – 8:47PM

The second leg of the quaddie sees a group of promising youngsters set to do battle. After two rounds of heats, the Brooke Ennis trained Scheme looks to be the standout. In his two starts to date he has stepped cleanly and showed tremendous early speed before scoring two sizzling wins in 25.60 and 25.62 respectively. He appears to be about five lengths superior to any other competitor in the series and with his explosive early speed it is hard to see them getting near him.

Bush Caviar has won his two heats aswell and in his second start he looked extremely comfortable once he got out wide and into some open space. From the seven box he should get plenty of room early and he should fill the quinella spot. Almani Bruiser and Bush Rebel appear to be the other main place hopes, both have performed well to date and if something happens to the favoured two, they should be there to capitalise.

Top Four: 2 – 7 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 7 – 460M Grade 5 – 9:10PM

Another quality line-up but there appears to be only three genuine winning hopes with the best of them being Crackerjack Dak who has drawn in the coveted red box. Before his last start failure he had been placed in three of his previous five starts with three of those being Metropolitan wins. From the red he should be able to punch through soon after box rise and they will have a hell of a time trying to reel him while he is running sub 25.60 on the bunny.

Jewel Bale hasn’t experienced a lot of luck in her two runs from a spell but she is a class act when on song. She should be much better for those two runs and from box two, she should be able to trail Crackerjack Dak through in the early stages and although I didn’t think she will pick him up, she will definitely make him earn his victory. Oscura is the other chance in the event, he is an enormous talent but he can do a lot of things wrong in his races. If he gets away cleanly, he then becomes a genuine winning threat.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

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

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

 

Race 8 – 460M Mixed 3/4 – 9:28PM

Since joining the powerful Thompson kennel, the talented Whodat Knockin’ appears to have finally put it altogether. He followed his blistering 25.78 Warragul win with a dazzling 25.24 Shepparton win on Monday and it appears he is drawn to notch up a hat trick of wins. Mepunga Fearon should punch through and lead early and that should allow Whodat Knockin’ to get the nice sit early and he should prove far too powerful in the run home.

Likely leader Mepunga Fearon has been racing in good style of late and his 25.66 PB here is evidence that he is no slouch. He will be setting a cracking pace and although he is normally quite strong I don’t think he will be able to withstand the pressure being applied by the favourite in the run to the line. They should run the quinella quite easily and the minor end of the money looks to be a battle between in three. Premier Event, Dyna Ishaan and Franklin Senior are the only other place hopes and they are really hard to split.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 7 – 8

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Quaddies

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

$4 For 100% $24 For 100%

Best Bet:

Race 9: Bayman Bale

Best Roughie:

Race 4: Pepper Fozz

 

 

WENTWORTH PARK

 

Race 5 – 720M Mixed 4/5 – 8:40PM

Good race to open up the quaddie and I think the well drawn Suit’s Us will prove hard to beat. After a fairly successful staying campaign, connections had dropped him back to the 500m trip and he was far from disgraced in those runs and that means he should be a lot sharper early when stepping back up to tonight’s journey. He is a keen railer and his record here is tremendous, if he can get away cleanly he really should get the cash.

Pumped Up Zarr is the obvious danger, he can be hard to follow at times but he is brilliant when on song. He returned to form with an impressive 610m Grafton win last week and he has won over this trip previously in a more than handy 42.23. Miss Fiction is the only other winning hope but she is more of a great place chance. She will get a long way out of her ground early but she will be steaming home late in the piece.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,4/1,2,4/1,2,3,4,7 ($12 for 100%)

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

Trifecta: 1/2,3,4/Field ($15 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 520M Mixed 4/5 – 8:58PM

It is always hard to put Watto Lotto on top but this really does look to be his race. He has been placed in five of his past six and on each occasion he has ripped home from a long way back. From the red he should be able to settle in the first half and he should prove way too strong for his rivals in the run home.

Paula Dawn is expected to lead the event, after a long run of outs she returned to a more suitable trip and scored a confidence boosting 20.97 Nowra win. That form isn’t really great but she showed better box manners and with her natural early speed she should be able to build up a big lead mid race. She will stop in the home straight but she should be able to hold on for a place. Stylish Jenmar is a highly talented chaser but he can crash to the fence soon after box rise and he will be relying on a lot of luck to feature.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 6 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,4,6/1,4,6/Field ($36 for 100%)

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

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

Quinella: 1 to rove with 4,5,6 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 520M Grade 4 – 9:17PM

Probably the toughest leg of the quaddie and I think we can find some value with the speedy and in form Maria’s Impact. She has won her past two here in impressive fashion and on both occasions she has gone 5.37 or faster to the first marker. A repeat of those sectionals will see her lead and she will give them something to catch.

Shanlyn Patch is another in form chaser and he has the ideal draw. He is a notable wide runner and provided he can step on terms he should find himself in contention very early on as he has broken 30 seconds in both of his wins here. Cloud Ten is the interesting runner, he is one of the more talented chasers in the field but he has pace drawn either side and he can bomb the start on occasions. Droopy’s Bay and Highly Respected must both go into your quaddie selections.

Top Four: 5 – 8 – 6 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Maria’s Impact and Shanlyn Patch

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

Boxed Exacta: 3,5,6,8 ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 520M Mixed 3/4 -9:40PM

My Kinda Music is an electric beginner and she looks to be the banker in the quaddie. She has faultless box manners and she has gone sub 5.40 to the first marker here on three occasions. There is a fair bit of speed in boxes one, three and five but I think she has sufficient speed to burn them off and should be a matter of times and margins as they head for the back straight.

I’m Pedro came to town with big wraps and it took him a few runs to put it altogether, however his two wins here in recent weeks showed spectators that he is the real deal. He is armed with early speed and like the favourite he is reliable early but I think he will have a little trouble crossing tonight so the quinella spot looks best for him. Tainted Luke has won four of eight here and once he carves up the dogs on his inside he should settle in third spot and grab the minor money.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on My Kinda Music (if you can get $2.20 or better)

Trifecta: 4,5/4,5/1,3,7,8 ($8 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4/5/1,3,7,8 ($4 for 100%)

 

Quaddie:

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

$36 for 100%

Take for more units with Watto Lotto in the second leg.

 

Best Bet:

Race 2: Kool Larocca

Best Roughie:

Race 9: Spanky’s Legacy

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Race 1 – 520M Novice – 6.42pm

Yes Does gets his best chance yet to break through for win number two. He has enough early speed to lead and once on the bunny he should carve out about 30.15, which is fast enough to win this. Big Yellow Taxi should jump away fast enough to land in second. Burwana has ability and can run on, but he will need clear room early on. Shot Of Fear is going good enough to suggests she can fill a hole.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 6 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Yes Does

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

 

Race 2 – 5th Grade 520M – 6.58pm

Kidatee Croc gets the nod again here after putting in a sound effort last week. He missed the start but run on well to grab second. If he pings on the bunny he should go awfully close. Love Kills is a super talented dog. I think we may see some big things of this fellow in time. He’s super strong and really let’s rip mid race. If he gets just one crack at these watch out. Captain Cess is another who has plenty of talent. He won easily here last week from a wide draw. Box three tonight makes it tough. No Prisoners is talented but only looks a minor chance in this field.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 7 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Kidatee Croc

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

 

Race 3 – 5th Grade 520M – 7.22pm

Very tough race with many chances. Farmer’s Gold, Super Velo and Grand Roman look the best winning chances in the race. Grand Roman looked flat last week when being beat and can bounce back here if he pings. Outa Tempo is bursting to win one soon, so keep him safe. Very tough race and look for value.

Top Four Selections: 7 – 6 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bet: look for value or keep your money in your pocket.

 

Race 4 – 5th Grade 520M – 7.44pm

I liked the win of Flick Pass last week and he should again pose a huge threat. He is much better drawn tonight and looks likely to get a dream run along the rails. Chant is fresh from a winning Grafton campaign and is likely to pose a threat if he jumps and runs. Trav’s Fantasy has been consistent and High And Mighty always puts in a solid run.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 8 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1/5,7,8/3,5,6,7,8

 

Race 5 – 5th Grade 520M – 8.05pm

Le Sirenuse looks very hard to heat in this if she pings and goes. She’s a winner here in 30.06 and is well drawn in the two box. Kikem Shilling could pose danger to Le Sirenuse. She’s very speedy early and will match motors for most of the race. Exhibitionist is always a chance and she steps back up in trip here. It’s likely we will see some box speed from her, so keep her safe. Ellie’s Choice should get the softest run of the race, and can run fourth along with Fred Sealy, but he is badly boxed.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 3 – 6 – 4

Suggested Bet:

First Four: 2,3,6/2,3,6/1,2,3,4,6/1,2,3,4,6,7

 

Race 6 – 4th Grade 520M – 8.25pm

You Can Talk is likely to bounce back to winning form here. Box six is ok and she can jump and run here. You Say So has the red and while he has made plenty of mistakes previously from this box, he has enough speed to fire out. Spring Colorado is likely to drop out early but can sneak up along the rail hard nearing the finish. King Elliot can bounce back in this if he jumps.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 1 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Exacta: Boxed 1,6

 

Race 7 – 4th/5th Grade 600M – 8.44pm

Tricky race but I’m relying on Set Her Again to bounce back to her best. She can really fly over this trip and should she jump it’s all over. Her form is poor of late, so I’m hoping the freshen up will bring the best out in her. Abbey Corsair is going to get a easy run in this and should she find room she’ll rocket home. Rose To Size is well boxed and Fine Cotton is likely to steam home.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 3 – 1 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 2/1,3,7/1,3,4,6,7

 

Race 8 – 710M open – 9.08pm

This race is shaping up as a mighty clash with some of Queenslands best stayers engaged. Wag Tail gets the nod, quick early and proven stayer. Seven Straight is likely to fire out and he looks a threat. Mullaway, Knave and Shoe Laces Lady all have genuine winning claims, so don’t dismiss.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 5 – 7 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Box First Four: 2,3,5,7,8,

 

Race 9 – Best 8 520M – 9.28pm

These race are always hard. Top Story is the best boxed runner in the race and he goes on top. Winged Elite has drawn the red box again and is likely to really threaten. Yogi Blue is always a genuine chance if he pings. Benarkin is likely to steam home at the end.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 1 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bet:

Exacta: 8/1,2,4

 

Race 10 – 5th Grade 520M – 9.52pm

Tricky affair and one that has many chances. Lacey Lou will lead, but is likely to paddle at the end. Californian Dude is racing well but his times are only fair. Doc Graham can run but is very moody and Intensive Storm can rattle home.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 8 – 6 – 5

Suggested Bet:

Boxed Trifecta: 1,5,6,7,8

 

Quadrella

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

$36.00 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 4 Box 1 Flick Pass

Best Roughie:
Race 8 Box 5 Seven Straight

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Race 1 – 595M Novice Grade 5 – 7:08PM

Dewana Angel is showing plenty of potential and she finds herself in a very weak race. Earlier in her career she scored a brilliant 30.15 Cranbourne win and it looked as though she was going to onto much better things. Unfortunately she was rushed into a staying campaign and it didn’t seem to work for her, from the pink box tonight she should get a clear run in the early stages and with her great mid race pace she should put them to the sword as they past the post the first time. It really is a weak race and if you can grab even money or better that is great value.

Buckle Up Axel has shown significant improvement of late and although he doesn’t win very often, he appears well placed in this event. Three starts ago he hit the line solidly when scoring here in 29.95 and he should be suited by the step up in distance. Starlight Ruby is another who steps up in journey and based on her recent Cranbourne performances she should have no trouble with the extra journey. Dyna Treason rounds out the winning chances, had he drawn closer to the fence he would be more fancied, however he can miss the kick at times and he will need the breaks early.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 6 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dewana Angel

Trifecta: 8/5,6,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5,6,8/7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5,6,8/Field/7 ($18 for 100%)

Quinella: 8 to rove with 5,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 7:25PM

Very tough race as there are a number of quality front runners, with this being said I have no option but to go with Elite Devil in the red. From the red draw he should be able to punch through and hold them out at the first bend. Two starts ago he finished just outside the placings in the Bendigo Cup Final and he followed that up with a handy placing here last week. Last week he appeared to miss the kick a little and he has to work hard in the run. If he gets away on terms tonight he will hold them out and I can’t see them reeling him in when he is running sub 29.60 on the bunny.

Sooty Lee didn’t have a lot of luck here last week but prior to that she had scored three brilliant provincial wins and they were all in quick times. From the two box she should be able to follow Elite Devil through at the first bend and she will make her presence felt off the back straight. Alotta Luck is the run on dog in the event and she isn’t that poorly drawn in the middle. I’m anticipating that she will miss the kick and that should allow her to find the rails in the early stages. She is very fast when given galloping room and she can really run time with a trouble free run.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 5 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Elite Devil

Exacta: 1,2/1,2,5,8 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,2,5/1,2,5/Field ($30 for 100%)

Quinella: 1 to rove with 2,5,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 7:44PM

Another open race but I think we can find a bit of value in this event. See Him First has been doing most of his recent racing over the staying journey of late but I think he is better suited back to this trip. He is capable of pinging the lids in his races and after a couple of weeks off he should be ready to fire. Prior to stepping up to the staying trip, he had posted some explosive wins at The Meadows over 525m which proves he has the speed to match it with this lot.

Dynamo’s Gift is another who will go around at over’s and he appears suited in this line-up. In recent times he hasn’t experienced a lot of luck but if you look back through his form he has won here in a sizzling 29.46. To make an impact he just needs an ounce of luck early and he will go around at nice odds. Hold On Wincup has been racing in consistent style and he drawn to probably hold the lead, he has scored some fast wins over this distance range and he may give a sight out in front. Dello Bale is the most talented chaser in the race but he will get a long way back early from the middle draw.

Top Four: 3 – 2 – 1 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on See Him First and Dynamo’s Gift

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

Exacta: 1,2,3/1,2,3,6 ($9 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 595M Grade 5 – 8:08PM

Rumbling Rick is stepping up in distance and he has given every indication that it won’t pose any problems. Luckily he finds himself in a race which lacks depth and provided he steps away cleanly he should lead throughout. In his recent placings here over 515m he has appeared to hit the line solidly and he looks to be getting stronger each time. The red has a bit of pace early and might worry him for the first 100m but he should have no trouble burning her off as they past the post the first time.

Rumero Reason has been finding a lot of trouble in his recent racing and he is facing a considerable drop in class. Once again the draw hasn’t done him any favours but he should be able to find the fence soon after the start and he will run home into the quinella spot. Stylish Baroque has been pinging the lids of late and she should give the favourite some trouble early on, however she lacks the class to keep up with him and she should wilter into third spot. Ema’s Princess is quite well drawn in the three box and she has enough talent to cause a boil over.

Top Four: 2 – 4 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

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

 

Race 5 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 8:28PM

Good race to open up the quaddie and I think the Darren McDonald trained Quick Succession can get the job done. She has been racing in good style of late and she is normally a very reliable beginner. There is a little pace drawn on her outside but the inside division all lack speed and she shouldn’t have too many issues in the finding the fence. She has a handy 29.64 PB here but I think she is a little better now and she should be able to go sub 29.50 on the bunny.

Ollie Bale looks as the obvious danger after scoring at Geelong in 25.82 last week. The draw helped in his last start win but he did record his sizzling 29.36 PB here from an awkward draw and he should get a nice cart across from Quick Succession in the early stages. Deadly Boy appears to be the only other winning prospect, after a string of luckless efforts he returned to his best with a smart 31.31 Ballarat win last time and he appears well drawn again tonight.

Top Four: 5 – 6 – 2 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 5/2,6,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta: 2,5,6/2,5,6,8 ($9 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2,5,6/2,5,6,8/1,2,4,5,6,8 ($36 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,5,6 ($3 for 100%0

 

Race 6 – 515M Grade 4 – 8:52PM

Wide open affair and I think the down on confidence Lektra Hawk may put his best paw forward. He is likely to start double figures tonight but he is one of the more talented chasers in this event. When on song he is able to show tremendous early speed and with a clean getaway he would have no trouble crossing at the first turn. He is clearly no standout but at the double figure odds he is worth an each way ticket.

I was never a fan of Beckenbauer but his effort last week behind Crawf’s Bread impressed me. He is normally known for being an on the bunny dog but he continued to hit the line well last week after settling second last week. From the red he should be in contention throughout, the only knock on him is that he will be under the odds. Pappa Gallo scored a brilliant 29.45 win here last month and he is likely to be over the odds tonight. He can be a tad hard to follow at times but there is no doubt that he has the talent to match it with these. Crawf’s Bread loves this track and he must be included in all exotic bets.

Top Four: 7 – 1 – 5 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Lektra Hawk and Pappa Galo

Boxed Quinella: 1,5,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,5,7/1,5,7/Field ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 595M Mixed 4/5 – 9:11PM

Untraceable has an enormous engine and he looks perfectly placed in the three hole tonight. Last week he was narrowly beaten by My Boy Snoop and I think he can turn the tables on him. Especially is expected to lead from the two and he should be able to drive through at the first bend and sit on her heels for most of the journey. I am expecting My Boy Snoop to be a little further back in the run than last week and therefore Untraceable should get his chance to salute.

Although I think he is going to get further back in the early stages tonight, I still believe he is the main danger. After a slow start he worked his way through the field nicely last week and he really only needs an ounce of luck early to feature. Especially made her middle distance debut last week and she led for a long way, she is likely to lead again and she should have derived a lot of benefit from last week’s performance. Great Spartacus will be well fancied and is in good form, however I don’t think is well suited in the pink tonight, there is a lot of speed underneath and he is likely to be posted wide for most of the trip.

Top Four: 3 – 4 – 2 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Untraceable

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,4 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2,3,4/2,3,4/Field ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 515M Free For All – 9:35PM

Very even affair and the super consistent Hawk Alone is bursting to break through again. After winning at The Meadows in a smart 30.04, he recorded three consecutive placings with the latest being here last week when going down narrowly to gun sprinter Marcus Joe. Once again he isn’t drawn very favourably but there is plenty of speed underneath and that should allow him to glide across to the rail in the early stages with limited interference. He is very good in a field and he should be able to weave his way through the field off the back straight.

Mepunga Armagh was probably a little disappointing after leading here last week, however he is lid pinging at present and if he finds the bunny again he will definitely prove hard to reel in. Awesome Project is going to be well supported but h e has a fair bit of speed drawn either side and I don’t think he will be afforded a lot of favours in the early stages. Clone Your Own could be the blowout chance, his form looks ordinary at present but he has the perfect draw for him and if he happens to come out cleanly he has the talent to cause an upset.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Hawk Alone

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

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

 

Race 9 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 9:55PM

Even affair but if the classy Peloton Bale is afforded an ounce of luck he should make light work of these. He has drawn poorly in the six box but his racing pattern suggests he is going to settle back in the field anyway. Two starts ago he stormed to the line when scoring at The Meadows in 29.92 and if he repeats that effort he will take a power of beating. His record here isn’t great but most of those efforts where in much stronger company.

Lektra Bianca is the smokey in the event, she is a reliable beginner and I would expect her to punch through and lead at the first turn. She isn’t a star but she always puts in and she will give a great site at big odds. Al Moran has been racing in great form of late and he has a tremendous turn of foot. The wide draw is a little disadvantage but his box manners are generally pretty good and he should find himself in a prominent position early. Ready To Riot is a gun NSW speedster but she has proven to be costly and very unreliable in recent times. If she can find the form which saw her win at The Meadows in 30.10 she could be a major player tonight.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

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

Place bet on Lektra Bianca

Boxed Quinella: 2,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 10:12PM

Very intriguing affair with the two likely favourites drawn on either side of the track. Hostile is a genuine up and coming star, whilst Cosmic Wise has been racing in brilliant style of the middle distances of late. I think Hostile gets his best chance to open up his Sandown Park account. Three starts ago he pinged from the red box and led throughout when scoring at The Meadows in 29.94, his second section and run home times where ultra impressive. If he gets through the first bend unscathed tonight he will be running some serious time on the bunny.

Form says Cosmic Wise it the danger, however I think the talented Searle Bale can cause the biggest problems. She has a tendency to ping the lids from wide draws and her effort behind Xyllia Allen two runs back here over 595m was massive. If she can ping away again she will definitely make the two favoured runners work hard for victory. Cosmic Wise should feature if Searle Bale doesn’t get in her way mid race but I don’t really think this is her race. Astronomic must also be respected, this former WA star had little luck in his Victorian debut here last week and I’m sure his trainer will have him cherry ripe for tonight’s race.

Top Four: 1 – 7 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Hostile if $2.20 or better

Trifecta: 1,4,7/1,4,7/Field ($36 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

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

 

Race 11 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 10:32PM

Duchess Bale hasn’t been afforded a lot of luck in her recent efforts but when on song she is brilliant. Tonight she has a heap of early speed drawn directly underneath and that should allow her to get a nice cart across as they head into the first turn. I reckon she will be able to burn off Hallelujah Henry as they head for the back straight and she will prove too strong in the run to the line.

Hallelujah Henry as mentioned earlier, is armed with explosive early speed and he will be looking for the fence soon after box rise. I am expecting him to carve up the inside division and he should match motors with Duchess Bale for most of the trip. Kiltah Magic has the good draw and she is showing loads of promise, however this is an enormous rise in class for her and I think she may need another run or two before being competitive in this company. Grand Faith could be the surprise packet in the event, he is capable of pinging the lids on occasions and he has won here previously in a very zippy 29.49.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bets:

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

Win bet on Duchess Bale

Trifecta: 6,7/1,4,6,7/1,3,4,5,6,7 ($24 For 100%)

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 Heat – 10:52PM

Very tough race to finish but I think Dyna Glinda will get her chance to show her true ability. Three starts ago she scored a strong 30.56 Cranbourne win but since then she has continued to miss the start and find bother. Tonight she has a very slow beginner drawn underneath and she should be able to find the rail soon after the start. With a trouble free run she is probably a 29.50 chaser and if she gets anywhere near that she will take a power of beating.

Reckless Brown is a faultless beginner and he should lead for a long way. His last 50m is always a worry but if there is any shuffling at the first turn he may just pinch a big enough lead to hold on in the straight. Zipping Felix is an improving type and I think in time he will make a nice stayer, at present he still has enough zip to be a major player in these type of events. Bogner Bale is the real interesting runner, prior to his recent poor form he had showed tremendous promise and he has some sizzling metro wins to his credit. With some luck early he may be a major player in this.

Top Four: 3 – 1 – 8 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Dyna Glinda and Bogner Bale(if he is over the odds).

Boxed quinella: 1,3,5,8 ($6 for 100%)

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

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

 

Quaddie

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

$48 for 100%

 

Best Bets:

Race 1: Dewana Angel

Race 4: Rumbling Rick

Best Roughie:

Race 3: See Him First

Greyhound Betting Tips Monday 14th July

Sportingbet is still upping the ante with $700 worth of free bets available. I’ll be loading up on the Tips below and also taking some box challenges and inside/outside bets. Hopefully the account is flush for a crack at the Tour De France promo. Tonight’s mountain stage looks epic and hopefully the Aussie Porte salutes!

Albion Park

Race 6 – 5th Grade 520M – 8.25pm

Box three runner All You Can won’t get a better chance then tonight to win another race. The box is the worry as she likes to draw wide, but I’ve searched for something else and I just keep coming back to All You Can. She is a pretty strong runner and will keep coming despite her track position. Apart from her, the rest of the field is very even and luck in running will decide the placings. Wazz’s Fantasy is a classy chaser but he seems to hate the 520m trip here. Class alone should see him threaten at some stage. Wilhelm is poorly drawn but he can place and Tail It Up and And It’s Gone are likely to run on strongly. It could be a race worth rovering All You Can with a few runners in the first four.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 4 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bet: Win on All You Can

Trifecta: 3/4,5,7/4,5,7,8

 

Quadrella:

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

$12.00 for 100%

Best Bet:

Race 3 Box 1 Eddy Get

Best Roughie:

Race 5 Box 6 Howard Rhino

 

Angle Park

Race 6 – 515M – 8.15pm

Punishment is clearly the one to beat. He’s got good early speed and great drive when he revs up. He has stopped the clock in a fast 29.84 here and I think as he progresses it’s likely he will get down to the 29.70 mark. Expect him to be winning here tonight. Kisai Blade is a strong young pup and he is likely to land worse then midfield, but expect him to rev up late. Dignified Lad should find the rail and if he does find it early enough with clear room, he’s likely to come hard. Phil De Magic is a interesting runner. He has stopped the clock in fast time over the short trip, but is yet to do it over the longer journey. His dam was a handy stayer so I expect him to get stronger as he races. Keep Long Gully Dream very safe.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 8 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bet:

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

Quadrella:

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

$12.00 for 100%

Best Bet:

Race 6 Box 3 Punishment.

Best Roughie:

Race 5 Box 1 Full Beer Fridge

Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 12th 2014

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Sportingbet already has their box challenge market posted. Work out which box you fancy for the meeting and sit down for a night of entertainment.

 

Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:27PM

Ritza Ruby is a promising speedster and she really caught the eye when placed here last start. In her previous two victories at Dapto, she had stepped cleanly and settled in the first two, however last start she found herself well back in the field early but she still managed to hit the line hard and she only went down narrowly. Obviously the first 50m is crucial but she has had a few weeks off and being fresh she should be able to get away a lot better tonight.

Lochinvar Akira is another exciting talent and she is dropping back to the more suitable sprint trip. Last start she contested a 715m event at The Gardens and she clearly didn’t have enough petrol to run out the trip, however against the stayers she was able to get out in front and gain a little more confidence early. If she can step away like she did last time she should find herself in the first couple early. Tautology is a very fast animal but he has been a little costly in his brief career, he likes to get wide in his races but if he can step cleanly he should have sufficient room to get out wide and into some open space.

Top Four: 5 – 6 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Ritza Ruby

Boxed Quinella: 1,5,6 ($3 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,5,6/1,3,5,6 ($9 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:50PM

Flip The Weapon was ultra impressive when being narrowly beaten here last week and I think he will go one better tonight. He has proven to be a reliable beginner in recent times and he has the luxury of a wide runner drawn directly outside. If you can snag around $4 that is good value.

Spirit To Excel looms as the likely danger, last week he stepped away fairly but the smaller field allowed him to muster speed into the first turn. In that event he went down narrowly in good time and he is sure to improve on that run, considering it was his first look at the track. Shanlyn Patch likes to scout wide in his races and he appears perfectly placed in the seven. Two starts ago he went through the first marker in 5.34, a repeat of that will see him lead again tonight but the last 40m is the worry.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Flip The Weapon

Trifecta: 3,6,7/3,6,7/1,3,4,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

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

 

Race 3 – 520M Grade 5 – 8:08PM

I know he hasn’t been travelling too well and he is a shadow of his former self, however I think former star Take It All may have found his race. His form looks pretty ordinary but in his past few runs he hasn’t experienced a lot of luck, from the pink he will get plenty of room early and the speedy Avondale Zena should carve across early and make the race for him in the first 60m. I’m unsure as to what price he will start, on form he should be around the $6 mark but with the pink draw, the smart punters might give him one more chance and they might jump on.

Avondale Zena looks the danger and if she shows her customary pace she should run the quinella. She consistently runs 5.40 to the first marker here and that should be enough to cross early. Knot Telling Ya is the value in the event, he has been racing with minimal luck of late but tonight he has two slow beginners drawn underneath and that should allow him to find the rail easily. He will be double figure odds and he may be worth a saver bet. Apollo Reign must also be included in your exotic bets in what is an intriguing affair.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Take It All and Knot Telling Ya

Trifecta: 3,7,8/3,6,7,8/1,2,3,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

Exacta: 3,7,8/3,6,7,8 ($9 for 100%)

First Four: 3,7,8/3,7,8/6/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 3,7,8/3,7,8/Field/6 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 720M Grade 5 – 8:27PM

One of the toughest races of the night and that means I’m going to settle on the likely leader Queen Marina. She has recorded two placings in her past three runs here and the latest was quite impressive. After finding the early lead, the classy Dusty Moonshine got to her pretty early but she still managed to stick on and went down by ‘only’ six lengths. There are no Dusty Moonshines in this event so if she finds the front again she will take some running down.

My Asuncion has the good draw and she is never far away in her races, you can never put her on top but she is almost a lock to run a drum. From the red she should settle in the first three and she will likely pressure the leader but she will refuse to go past it. Gotta Problem and Luzaka Icon have been racing in solid fashion of late and both must be included in your exotic bets, they are likely to get too far back early to be winning threats but they will hit the line hard.

Top Four: 4 – 1 – 6 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Queen Marina

Trifecta: 4,6,8/1/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 4,6,8/Field/1 ($18 for 100%)

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

 

Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 Final – 8:50PM

In a race which features a number of front runners, I’ve decided to go with the strong Aurora Girl. Her heat winning time of 30.21 isn’t very impressive, however she did come from last to score and in the process she had to overcome numerous difficulties. With a heap of speed drawn underneath, she should be able to find the rail in the first 50m and as they all fan at the first turn she should be able to rail through to 4th or 5th as they head for the back straight. When she gets some clear running she will go into overdrive and she will make her presence felt.

Zola Icon should settle in the first two and she looked very impressive when scoring a slick 29.90 heat win. My only concern with her is that she may have to work very hard in the early stages and she may not have enough petrol in the tank to hold off Aurora Girl. Our Lady Di will most likely hold the early lead, however she will stop to a walk in the last 50m. She has won here previously in 30.02 and if she can get anywhere near that she should be able to kick on for a place.

Top Four: 5 – 2 – 1 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Aurora Girl

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

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

Exacta: 2,5/1,2,5,7 ($6 for 100%)

Quinella: 5 to rove with 1,2,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 520M Mixed 4/5 Final – 9:12PM

Easily the most exciting race of the night, superstar in the making Tommy Brislane takes on the in form and up and coming star Miss Sueko. I’ve gone with the class of Tommy Brislane, in recent weeks he had continued to impress with some brilliant wins but last week he went to another level with a blistering 29.51 heat win. On that occasion he showed tremendous early speed and he then went into overdrive off the back straight before hitting the line six lengths clear of his rivals. It’s a shame he isn’t in Melbourne contesting the Maturity heats as I think this bloke would be one of the pre post favourites.

Miss Sueko had always showed great ability, however in recent weeks she has easily exceeded expectations. Two starts ago she scored a scintillating 29.68 win here and she then followed that up with a 29.67 win, if she gets away cleanly it will be a great match race between the two favourites. Lochinvar Impact must not go unnoticed either, he is a highly talented prospect and he will be a contender in Group class races in the future, unfortunately he isn’t as brilliant as the other two early and he will need the breaks in the early stages tonight.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bets:

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

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

First Four: 7/3/1,2/Field ($10 for 100%)

First Four: 7/3/Field/1,2 ($10 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 520M Mixed Event – 9:35PM

Chica Destacada returns to her favourite track and she looks perfectly placed to get back on the winners list. Tonight she finds herself in a race which lacks genuine early speed and she should have no trouble crossing to the early lead. If she reproduces the effort which saw her stop the clock in 29.49 in late May, the even money tonight will enormous over’s.

Gradence has been a quality performer for a while now and unfortunately for connections he always seems to bump into one better on the night. Tonight looks to be the same scenario, his past few runs here have been fantastic and I would expect him to be charging home late again, I don’t think he can reel in my top pick but he should be able to snag the quinella spot. Bessy Boo has been racing in brilliant form but like Gradence he will get back in the field early. With Chica Destacada expected to be a long way in front, he should be able to pick off some tiring runners in the home straight and he should round out the trifecta.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets:

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

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

Exacta: 7/6

 

Race 8 – 520M Grade 4 – 9:57PM

Raincheck has been racing in strong fashion in recent times and he appears drawn to get the gun run. My Awesome Opal is expected to lead clearly and as he likes to track wide, Raincheck should be able to rail through at the first bend and I would expect him to take over as they head off the back straight. He scored back to back sub 30 second wins here in June and a repeat of either of those runs will see him feature in the finish.

Clout Ten turned in a monster performance when placed behind star chaser Tommy Brislane here last week. Although he was beaten by just under seven lengths, his personal time was still around the 29.90 mark. With a clean getaway he should settle fairly close to the lead and he will be putting some pressure on the leaders as they turn for home. Zambora Magic is a gun chaser but his box manners can let him down, with an ounce of luck at the first turn he can make an impact. My Awesome Opal will lead for a long way but he really folds up in the last 30m, he may be able to hold on for a place.

Top Four: 2 – 5 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Raincheck (very keen on this one)

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

Exacta: 2/1,5,6 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,5,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:17PM

Tough race but I think Clonakilty Man can return to the winners list. After recording two handy placings here he had a two month let up and he should be primed to fire first up. He has won three of 11 over this journey and his PB of 29.78 is highly impressive. This is probably the weakest event he has contested for a while and with an ounce of luck early he really should get the job done.

Snow Shiraz is the run on dog in the event, he has been racing without luck over the 600m journey of late and I think he is better suited back to this trip. He is going to get a long way back but there are quite a few runners in this event who really struggle to run a strong 500m so he should be able to pick them off late. Envy has a fair bit of talent and she should run a cheeky race at odds also.

Top Four: 5 – 2 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Clonakilty Man

Trifecta: 5/2/Field ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/Field/2 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 5/2,3,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/2,3,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:35PM

Tough race to finish the night but the promising Flying Morson should be rewarded for his recent consistency. After scoring a handy 30.15 win here, he has been runner up to two up and coming stars and he should appreciate the big drop in class. His chances hinge on him being able to lead but he has recorded sub 5.40 to the first marker and that would be more than enough to lead these.

Inner City could be the value in the event, he has been racing in solid style of late and he was narrowly beaten in good time here last week. He is suitably drawn out wide and a repeat of last week’s effort will see him in the mix at the end. Jenmar Power is another in consistent form and he is more than capable, the only concern with him is that he can be slow to begin at times and from the middle pin he may get shuffled back soon after box rise.

Top Four: 3 – 7 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

Exacta: 3,7/3,5,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,5,7/3,5,6,7/1,3,5,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$20 for 100%

 

Best Bets:

Race 7 Chica Destacada

Race 9 Clonakilty Man

Best Roughie:

Race 3 Knot Telling Ya

The Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 12th 2014

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Race 1 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat One – 7:14PM

First heat features the exciting speedster Mepunga Hayley, however I’m not convinced that she is a good thing. My fear is that she appears to have fallen back into her old habit of bombing the start. With that being the case I think the speedy White Spyro should be able to cross to the early lead and she may just pinch the race. She was placed in the Bendigo Cup Final at her last start and although she isn’t the strongest chaser, I believe that she is a little stronger than what she was when she posted her solid 30.21 PB here.

Obviously Mepunga Hayley is the main danger, she has the ability to lead or come from off the speed, however you would feel more comfortable if she could fix her box manners. I have no doubts she has panels on this lot but there are some handy ones in this so she can’t afford to make too many mistakes. Grand Faith must also be respected in this event, he is normally a very reliable beginner and he recently caught the eye with a sizzling 29.49 Sandown Park win. Dello Bale is a must for your exotic bets, he will get back in the early stages but once he finds the fence he will wind up and hit the line hard.

Top Four: 7 – 4 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on White Spyro and Grand Faith

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 4,7/2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2,4,7/2,3,4,7/1,2,3,4,5,7 ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Two – 7:38PM

Capullo Bale is a real up and comer who really caught my eye when scoring at Geelong recently in 25.60. On that occasion he pinged the lids and went into overdrive soon after box rise and he never looked back, he then followed that up with an 11 length win at Ballarat. He is making his Metropolitan debut but I’m assuming that he would have trialled here previously and he shouldn’t have too much trouble running out a strong 500m.

Living Proof has the class edge and he showed he is back to his best with a brilliant placing at Shepparton behind Hooksy on Monday. He was average to begin in that event and after settling three lengths off Hooksy he managed to hold that margin to the line. The box draw doesn’t help tonight but he has won two races here previously and he can come from off the speed to win. Angvella comes here with brilliant QLD form and she has drawn favourably out wide. She is having her first look at the track but if she gets through the first bend unscathed she will make her presence felt.

Top Four: 2 – 4 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Capullo Bale

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

Exacta: 2,4/2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

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

 

Race 3 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Three – 7:57PM

QLD speedster Give You Credit is making his Victorian debut but he did have the benefit of a solo trial at The Meadows last week. On that occasion he stopped the clock in a solid 30.23, that time would not be good enough to win tonight, however if you look at his sectionals, he appeared to be at least three lengths off his best and at his second look at the track he should be able to improve dramatically. He is normally a reliable beginner and he likes to use a bit of the track in his races, from the seven box he should get every chance.

Zipping Brock has been racing in consistent style without winning of late and if he can get some luck in the early stages he will make his presence felt. He has been racing in FFA company of late and he should appreciate the drop back to age restricted class. He is very fast when given room early and he may be the value. Shamus Allen has experienced a lot of luck in his past two starts, however he did win his seven starts prior and he is too good to dismiss, if he steps on terms he should be in the mix throughout.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Give You Credit and Zipping Brock

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

Exacta: 3,7/3,5,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,5,7/3,5,6,7/1,3,5,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Four – 8:20PM

Glenn Rounds has a strong team at present and he is sure to have a couple in the final and I think Bottom Dollar is going to be one of his major players. With Push It drawn in the red, Bottom Dollar should be able to follow her through at the first bend and he should be able to pick her off as they go past the second sector. He is making his debut at the Meadows, however I’m sure he has trialled here in preparation for this series.

Push It has been a little disappointing in her past two but from the red she should be able to pounce on the early lead and that will allow her to regain some confidence. I don’t think she can hold off Bottom Dollar in the run home but she should have enough in the tank to hold on for the quinella. Joey Valdez hit the line hard here last week when placed behind All Strung Out, he is normally a better beginner than he showed last week and I’m sure he will look to make amends this week. They appear to be the only three winning hopes.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Bottom Dollar

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

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

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

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2/3,4,5,7 ($8 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat 5 – 8:40PM

One of the most open heats on the night but I think we can find some value with NSW star Rue De Kahn. She trialled here last week and recorded a very poor 30.44, however it was her first look at the track and she should be able to find plenty on that performance. Prior to that she had been racing in brilliant style at Wentworth Park and if she can bring that form to the Meadows she will definitely turn some heads. After her poor trial performance she might be over the odds.

Lektra Brave hasn’t had a lot of luck in his past two starts here but prior to that he had been racing in top form on the provincial circuit. He is capable of pinging the lids and he has gone very quick when scoring at Sandown previously. Zipping Felix really caught the eye when placed at Sandown last time over 595m, on that occasion he was in the firing line throughout and he went down narrowly to class chaser Musquin Bale, a repeat of that performance will see him feature here.

Top Four: 7 – 2 – 3 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Rue De Kahn and Zipping Felix (I expect both to be over the odds)

Trifecta: 2,3,7/2,3,7,8/1,2,3,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Six – 8:57PM

Warrior King captured the Group Two Bendigo Cup Final last time over an unsuitable trip so it’s hard to go past him considering he is stepping back up to his favourite journey. From the red he should be able to settle in the first two or three and once they head to the back straight I would expect him to go into overdrive. He is a very powerful chaser and if he is given a clear run he really should make light work of this line-up.

Shoulders is the obvious danger based on his two sub 30 second wins here of late. Both times he has stepped cleanly and led throughout but he also appeared to hit the line very strongly. The second of those wins was in a quality field and he hit the line eight lengths clear of his rivals. Grand Legacy could be the surprise packet, he is capable of pinging the lids and he has scored two brilliant 450m Warrnambool wins in recent times. American Muscle must be included in your exotic bets, he will get back in the early stages but once he finds the fence he will start to wind up and he will hit the line strongly.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 7 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Seven – 9:20PM

One of the most exciting heats of the night as we get to see superstar Hooksy take on the up and coming Deadly Clear and Summer Wages. Hooksy is going to start at a short quote but it will take a brave punter to take him on. On Monday night he showed that he is back to his best with a slick 25.17 Shepparton win and if he steps cleanly tonight, onlookers will have their eyes glued to the semaphore board awaiting to see what he stops the clock at.

Deadly Clear is an explosive talent but he can sometimes be unreliable at box rise, however when he does hit the ground there aren’t many chasers in the land that can match him for pure speed. He has had six weeks off and he should be ready to fire first up. It is worth noting he did score at Sandown three runs back in a ridiculous 29.12. Summer Wages has only had five starts and this clearly his toughest test but he did score at Sandown in 29.50 on debut and he will only get better with more racing. Pappa Gallo has been racing in good style of late and he can maybe run home into third spot.

Top Four: 2 – 8 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 8 – Maturity Classic Heat Eight – 9:40PM

Another intriguing affair and I think we can find some value with Zipping Snoopy. Exciting sprinter Eliza Blanche is expected to start a short priced favourite, however from the pink box it is unlikely that she will get any favours. Zipping Snoopy finally showed his true potential when winning a heat of the Bendigo Cup in 23.68 a couple of weeks ago and if he can bring that form to town he should be able to get down to the 29.80 mark and that would be enough to win tonight. Lady Goldenpaw being drawn in the red can only enhance his chances as I would expect her to kick up and lead early and he should get the dream run through.

Oakvale Destiny looks the danger for mine, she has been racing in sensational fashion of late and she is capable of doing it at both ends. She is making her Meadows debut but she has showed in the past she is very adaptable and that shouldn’t pose too many problems. Eliza Blanche is obviously a chance but I believe she is extremely poorly drawn and she will have trouble crossing in the early stages.

Top Four: 2 – 6 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Each Way Bet on Zipping Snoopy

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,6,8 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 2,6/1,2,6,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat – 10:05PM

Another even affair and you’re probably going to laugh at my top selection but I’m a huge fan of Dyna Alchemist and I believe he is going to go round at big over’s tonight. I have been following this one since his debut at Ballarat and he has continued to impress me with every run. He needs to improve his box manners but he is going to be a class chaser for a long time to come. Clearly this is a big test for him tonight but at the $20 or better I think he is worth an each way ticket. Even if he doesn’t feature tonight, keep your eye on him in the future as I believe he is a star in the making.

Duchess Bale is a class act and she should make her presence felt, if I wasn’t such a fan of Dyna Alchemist she would clearly be my top pick. Remarkably she is unbeaten in her six tries here and she has a good habit of pinging the lids. With slow beginners either side she should get every chance to settle in the first two. Luca Neveelk is making his Metro debut and I think he may need a run or two in town before he shows his best. Sisco Rage could be the smokey in the event, he should get a nice cart across from Duchess Bale and he has been desperately unlucky in his recent performances.

Top Four: 5 – 7 – 8 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Boxed Quinella: 5,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Win bets on Dyna Alchemist and Duchess Bale

Trifecta: 5,7,8/5,7,8/Field ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 525M Maturity Classic Heat Ten – 10:25PM

My Bro Fabio turned in an enormous performance at Sandown over 595m and although he is dropping back in distance, the effort was too good to ignore. After a slow start and finding bother he in the run, he unleashed a withering finishing burst before going down narrowly to the classy Musquin Bale in good time. He is likely to get back early again but he should be able to work his way through the field and he does have a dazzling 29.69 PB over this journey.

Stilton Blue is a gun NSW speedster who has joined the powerful Robert Britton kennel. He is normally a faultless beginner and he has been racing in great style in his home state. I’m assuming that connections would have trialled him here in preparation for this and if My Bro Fabio is out the back finding bother I would expect Stilton Blue to steal the prize. Bayman Bale showed that he is back to his best with a sizzling 25.86 Warragul win and he may be the value at double figure odds. If he was to step cleanly he has sufficient speed to lead and he can run time on the bunny.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 4 – 8

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 11 – Maturity Classic Heat Eleven – 10:42PM

Campaspe Will has won three of his four tries over this journey and after a month off he should be primed to put his best foot forward. He is clearly one of the fastest chasers in the series and all he needs is an ounce of luck and he will get the cash. Fortunately for him, he has slow beginners drawn either side and that should allow him to get sufficient room to muster speed in the early stages. I would love to see him land on the bunny as I believe he can run sub 29.70 on the lure.

Jubilea Bale is another up and comer who should progress well through this series. Two starts ago he scored a sizzling 29.57 Sandown Park win and the most impressive part of that victory was her 4.98 first section. If she begins like she did at Sandown she should lead easily and she will prove very hard to reel in. Dyna Orion returned to form from this draw last week with a smart 30.02 win, however he can bomb the start at times and he can’t afford to make too many mistakes tonight.

Top Four: 4 – 6 – 1 – 2

Suggested Bets:

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

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

Trifecta: 4,6/1,2,4,6/1,2,3,4,6 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – Maturity Classic Heat Twelve – 11:00PM

Dyna Ostrander has come up with the gun draw and I think he will finally get his chance to show his best. Five starts ago he scored a brilliant 29.85 Geelong win and since then he has raced with minimal luck. I have a huge opinion of this chaser and I think he can be class chaser for a long time to come. From the red he should have sufficient speed to lead and I think they will have their work cut out trying to reel him in whilst running sub 29.90. With the likes of All Strung Out and Humphrey Bale in the field, we should be able to get some value at around the $4 mark.

All Strung Out is a class act and in time he is going to be the countries number one stayer, however at present he is racing in great style over the sprint trip and last week he powered to the line when scoring in 30.11. He is poorly drawn out in the pink but he is good enough to overcome these difficulties. Humphrey Bale does his best racing here and he has been racing in open class for some time now, whilst Seabrook Sam has been turning heads of late with some sizzling Warrnambool wins. Seabrook Sam didn’t have a lot of luck in his Meadows debut last week but with a clean getaway tonight he can make amends.

Top Four: 1 – 8 – 5 -3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Ostrander

Trifecta: 1,8/1,8/Field ($10 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,8/1,3,5,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$16 for 100%

 

Best Bets

Race 4, Bottom Dollar

Race 6, Warrior King

Best Roughies

Race 3, Zipping Brock

Race 9, Dyna Alchemist

Albion Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 10th 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Novice – 6.44pm

The first is always a tricky affair at Albion on a Thursday night. Maddiarna for trainer Sandra Hunt is the top pick. She won her maiden in 30.31 here last start and that will be quick enough to win this tonight easily. She has enough early toe to lead and should go all the way. I thought Big Yellow Taxi’s run last week was solid and she can improve again to run second. Pilgrim’s Prince has the inside box and that may be enough to see him place. Shot of Fear is well boxed outside and should get a great run.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 5 – 2 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 4/2,5,7-2,5,7,8

 

Race 2 – 520M Novice – 7.05pm

Another tough affair, with a few winning chances. Cyclone Clifford is well boxed and should get the run of the race. He was fair last week and tonight’s race is much easier. Yes Does is a handy chaser and deserves second pick, but the box may beat him tonight. Tru Ryder is a better than his form suggests, keep him very safe. Highlife is a speedy chaser, but I’m not sure she’s ready for 520m just yet.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 7 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 3 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.22pm

A 5th grade here and it doesn’t get any easier then the first two races. Pay Sheet on form has to be the top pick. The box could beat him tonight though so play it safe. Boardies looks as if he can win a Thursday night race and he’ll get his chance tonight. Shania Sind was far from disgraced here last week in a tough race and if she can get forward early she could pinch it. Crimson Tide is well boxed and handy, so keep her safe. Ferrera and last weeks novice winner Say Sayonara could also show up.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 2 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: Rove 5 with runners 1,2,4,7

 

Race 4 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.41pm

Grand Roman is good quality chaser who should come into his own sooner rather then later. He’s already a winner here in 29.92 and from the red he’s likely to start a solid $1.80 favourite. As long as he comes away with them expect him to win. Flick Pass is a danger but his chances rely on Grand Roman making a mistake. Farmer’s Gold is a dog with a huge motor, but he bounces up and down in the boxes like a trampoline jumper and more often than not is left a mile behind at the start. The box suits him and if he gets it right he’ll come home like a train and really threaten. Galway Tornado can begin quickly and find herself in clear room to hold on for a place.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 4 – 8 – 5

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 5 – 520M 5th Grade – 8.05pm

Kidatee Croc is owned by well known and fearless hobby punter of the Northern Rivers region Shawn Speeding and looks a great hope in this. He’s been flying of late and last start stopped the clock in a fast 30.05 at his first go here. He’s speedy early and only has to beat one dog, Abby’s Fantasy. Abby’s Fantasy is a quality chaser who loves it here and will appreciate the draw. Melody Serenade is another who will be well supported, but box five will make it tough. High And Mighty races well here and will run on at the end of the race.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 3 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 6 – 520M 4th/5th Grade – 8.25pm

Captain Cess is my on top pick for this and is a pretty good dog who we should see a lot more of in the future. He looks well suited by the outside box and should come out and work his way over. Stealthy Mark was good here last start at his first attempt, so expect him to improve. Don’t Josh Me is a interesting runner, he has won in fast time at Ipswich and if he brings that form here he’ll go close. Outa Tempo is always there about in his races and should show up. Doc Graham has a motor along with Super Velo. Azza Buzz is well drawn, but this is a tough race so play it safe.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 5 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 5,6/2,3,5,6/1,2,3,5,6,7,

 

Race 7 – 520M 4th Grade 8.44pm

Super Hard race with many hopes and I’ll stick with the box one runner Winged Elite. He returned to some form a couple of starts back and now he’s drawn the red he should improve further at a solid price. You can Talk is racing super at the present so expect her to be there at the business end. Tear Away Size will get room to move and show her best. King Elliot improved a bit last week and can run fourth.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 5 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 8 – Best 8 520m – 9.08pm

Box one should see Captain Clarrie return to the winners circle with luck. He’s the best drawn runner of the better hopes and should fire up. If Yogi Blue can jump and run look out because he’s a great dog on the bunny and can’t be ruled out. Not Held is racing with great vigour at the moment and he should put in. Honey Bouquet is a great chaser and gives her all. Cyndie’s Special will give backers a good sight if she gains a clear run and could be the knockout dog.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 3 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Captain Clarrie

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

 

Race 9 – 520M 5th Grade – 9.28pm

Swift Opulence looks like she can bounce back to her best here and win this. She doesn’t go all that well here but looks the on top pick. Line Up Buoys will enjoy the drop in grade and looks a real threat if he pings. Trav’s Fantasy and Rainbow Rex look the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 4 – 5 – 2

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 3,4/3,4,5/1,2,3,4,5,6,7

 

Race 10 – 5th Grade 600M – 9.58pm

Box one should be the key factor here for Fine Cotton. She loves the rails and is racing in good form again. With a little luck she can run over the top of them. Are Ate is is dazzling form and should spear the lids and take running down. Abbey Corsair has a huge motor but will need luck. Rumble Street is very moody but gets her chance.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 4 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bet: Win bet on Fine Cotton

 

Quadrella:

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

$48.00 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 5 Box 2 Kidatee Croc

Best Roughie:
Race 3 Box 2 Boardies

Sandown Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 10th 2014

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:08PM

Open race to kick start the night but I think the well drawn Rinash can get the job done. In recent times he has been racing in consistent style and from the red draw he should get every chance to lead throughout. Three starts ago he was a winner here in 29.91 from this draw but what impresses me the most about him is that in the past he has won at Warragul in a sizzling 25.90. He is fairly reliable at boxrise and in the middle there appear to be a few wide runners, so he should get plenty of room at the first bend.

Allen Gravion has been bombing the start of late and racing without luck, although unlucky he has still managed to finish off his races and record impressive placings. Once again the draw is against him but if he can gain an ounce of luck he should be thereabouts. Total Silence is the interesting runner, the former NSW chaser had built up an impressive record in his home state before joining the powerful McDonald camp. His winning time of 30.77 at Cranbourne last time isn’t overly impressive but the manner in which he won was very impressive, after a slow start he worked his way through the field and hit the line solidly. If he can get across early he should make his presence felt.

Top Four: 1 – 6 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Rinash

Boxed Quinella: 1,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,6,7/1,6,7/1,2,5,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:25PM

Grubby has returned to his best form and he has hit the line quite strongly in his two impressive Bendigo wins of late. He is normally a reliable beginner and he has the luxury of a slow beginner drawn directly outside. With an even getaway he should find himself in the top two at the first bend and should prove far too classy for this lot. You should be able to get around the $4.00 mark which is great value.

All In Troy has been racing in much stronger company on the country circuit of late and he has been far from disgraced in those efforts. Four starts ago he beat a handy field at Shepparton from a wide draw and he musters pace at a great rate in his races. From the pink he should be up vying for the lead early and the 500m trip won’t be too much of a stretch for him. Hot Dream has won two of nine over this trip and her 29.68PB is more than respectable. The only concern with her is that she has plenty of speed drawn on both sides and she may not get sufficient room to muster in the early stages. Sooty Lee is a classy speedster and she has been racing well on the country, however she too will need the breaks from the middle pin.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Boxed Quinella: 3,4,5,8 ($6 for 100%)

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

Trifecta: 3,4,8/3,4,5,8/1,3,4,5,6,8 ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 595M Grade 5 – 7:44PM

Fearless Bert is a chaser who is blessed with ridiculous talent and from his favourite draw he gets his chance to return to the winners list. In recent times he has been bombing the start and in trying to get wide and into open spaces he has been losing ground in the run. From the pink he will be straight out into open space and he should be up outside the leader as they head into the straight the first time. This isn’t an overly strong affair and this really looks his race.

Half Way There showed his true ability recently with a powerful 26.00 Warragul win and his racing pattern indicates that this trip will suit. He has had a few tries over the Meadows middle distance but on each occasion he hasn’t experienced a lot of luck in running, tonight he has a couple of slow beginners drawn outside him and he should get a chance to settle much closer to the speed. Miss Society is the interesting runner, in recent weeks she has been well supported but she has been a little disappointing. She has the speed to lead this type of race and after a couple of hit outs over this trip she should be able to run the trip out a little better.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 7 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Fearless Bert

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

Trifecta: 8/2,3,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 515M Grade 5 – 8:08PM

Quite a few chances in this affair but I think we can find some value with the highly talented National Time. His form of late doesn’t appear to be too flashy, however he is blessed with explosive early speed and he has won here previously in a slick 29.43. There isn’t a whole lot of early speed in this event and at the double figure odds he should give a great sight at odds.

Astronomic is the interesting runner, he has recently joined the strong McDonald kennel and he comes here with brilliant WA form. He has scored numerous fast wins at Cannington and I would expect him to start a short priced favourite. The only concern is the middle pin and his form indicates that he isn’t the greatest of beginners, however he is too good to dismiss. Galahad could be the value runner in the event, he doesn’t win too often here but he has been placed in half of his 18 tries here and he has been racing well in strong company of late. Dyna Yenite must be included in the exotics, he can show early speed and he hasn’t been far away in recent tries here.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 3 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Each Way National Time

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

First Four: 5,6,8/5,6,8/3/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 5,6,8/5,6,8/Field/3 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 715M Mixed 4/5 – 8:28PM

One of the most intriguing and exciting races of the night. The in form Zipping Rory takes on the classy Luna Jinx, whilst up and coming staying star Dyna Perseus will look to cause an upset. I’ve gone with the upset, Dyna Perseus always showed enormous potential over the sprint trip and since stepping up in ground he has gone from strength to strength. I think if he can get the 700m journey he will be one of the country’s top stayers in three or so months. He has found himself in a quality affair in his staying debut, however I’m a huge fan of this one and this will be the best price you will see for a while.

Zipping Rory continues to impress at present and if reproduces the effort that saw him win here last week in 41.83, he is sure to make his presence felt. From the pink box he should be able to settle in the top three early and he should finish in the top two overall. Hession Boots is making his staying debut tonight he has been crying out for this trip. Three starts ago he beat a high class line-up at Horsham over 570m and I have no doubts that he will run out the journey. Luna Jinx is obviously going to be well supported, however the red draw is a disadvantage for her because she does not like to be crowded. Looby Lu is another who will be well in the market but in my opinion she is a big doubt to run out the trip.

Top Four: 6 – 8 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Perseus

Trifecta: 6,8/6,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

1,6,7,8/1,6,7,8/1,5,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 1,6,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 515M Free For All – 8:52PM

Class act Marcus Joe returned to his best at The Meadows last Saturday and he should make it two in a row tonight. Last Saturday he settled second in the run and as they turned for home he proved too powerful, tonight he has slow beginners drawn either side and the runner drawn on his outside is desperate to get wide, therefore he should be able to drive through to the early lead and it should be a matter of how far. He has a sizzling 29.24 PB over this trip and at the $3.00 mark it really looks to be pinching money.

Hawk Alone is one of those dogs that gives 110% every start and he should be in the mix again tonight. He has raced well here in the past having won five of 13 over the trip and he has the ability to win by either leading or coming from off the speed. Cornelius Fudge has his draw tonight and he must be included in all exotic bets, he is likely to get too far back to be a winning factor but he is never far away. Mepunga Armagh is racing in great heart but he can’t afford to make any mistakes from the wide draw.

Top Four: 2 – 6 – 1 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Marcus Joe

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

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

Trifecta: 2/1,6,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 595M Mixed 4/5 – 9:11PM

Another race with plenty of chances, however it is hard to look past the likely leader Cosmic Wise. In recent times she has been pinging the lids and in her brilliant 34.17 win here last week she reeled off ridiculous sectionals. There isn’t a whole lot of speed drawn underneath tonight so she should get a fairly cheap lead and if she can repeat her 34.17 win it will be hard to see her being run down.

My Boy Snoop is an enormous talent and he looms as the danger if he can get through the first bend relatively unscathed. Before coming to Victoria he had recorded some sizzling Bulli and Wentworth Park wins and it would be great if he can get a clear run to show his true ability. Shall She Rock has the gun draw and she powered to the line when scoring here last time in 34.46, the red draw should allow her to settle a lot closer in the early stages and she should be there when it counts. Untraceable is obviously the other winning hope but the box draw is a big negative for him. He isn’t the greatest of beginners and he can find a lot of trouble, however he has loads of talent and he runs out the trip very strongly.

Top Four: 4 – 2 – 1 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Cosmic Wise

Trifecta: 1,2,4/1,2,4/1,2,4,5,6,7 ($24 for 100%)

Exacta: 2,4/1,2,4,5 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 595M Group Two McKenna Memorial Final – 9:35PM

Pretty strong line-up for the main race but it’s hard to see the champ Xylia Allen being beaten. Last week in her heat she overcame a few difficulties and hit the line solidly for a top 34.18 win. Tonight from the red she should be able to hunt through to the lead at the first bend and if she does lead then the track record may be in jeopardy. She is unbeaten in her three tries here and she truly is a star and it will take a brave punter to take her on in this.

Tark’s Nemesis looks good for the quinella spot, after an even getaway in her heat she settled in second spot and then continued to hit the line well for a smart 34.29 heat win. Tonight she has a fair bit of speed drawn underneath and that should allow her to drop onto the rail soon after boxrise. Dream It should be in the first two or three early and he looked impressive when scoring the fastest heat win of 34.17, the only problem tonight is that there might be a little more pressure up on the speed and he won’t get everything his own way.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/3,5,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

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

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

 

Race 9 – 515M Grade 5 Final – 9:55PM

Open affair but the well drawn Zambora Power should make it two wins on the trot. Last week from the pink alley he was posted a little wide and he had to work home from off the speed, tonight from the red he should hold the early lead and I would expect him to be running time on the bunny. I know his winning time last run of 30.01 isn’t great but I think on the lure he is capable of running sub 29.60 and that would be more than enough to win this.

No Ransom has scored a hat trick of wins and last week’s heat win was probably the most impressive of the three. After passing the first marker in a steady 5.20, he went into overdrive and powered to the line in a sizzling 29.60. Clearly the first 50m is crucial to his chances but if he gets an ounce of luck his will be in the finish. Hello Stranger was another impressive heat winner and what caught my eye with his heat performance was the 5.11 to the first marker. If he can repeat that he should find himself well in contention early and he may prove hard to gun down.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 5 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Zambora Power

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,5 ($3 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,4/1,2,4,5 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 10:12PM

Ride The Rails showed he was back to somewhere near his best when placed at The Meadows on Saturday night. He has been placed in five of six tries over this trip and he is drawn to settle in the top two at the first bend. I have a big opinion of this bloke and I’m confident he will open his account at Sandown Park tonight. You should be able to get around the $3.50 to $4.00 mark due to the fact that there will be plenty of support for Rumbling Rick.

Crawf’s Bread returned to the winners list with a slick 30.36 Cranbourne win last start and he is drawn to feature again. He is normally a reliable beginner and he has a slick 29.37 PB over this trip. Rumbling Rick has found his best form in recent weeks and he turned in a big performance when placed here last week, however the wide draw tonight is a little concern as he may be posted wide for most of the trip. Ferly Reign is a class act but she struggles to run out the 500m journey these days.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Ride The Rails

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

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

Exacta: 1,2/1,2,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 11 – 595M Grade 5 – 10:32PM

Sisco Rage hasn’t experienced a lot of luck since joining his new kennel but tonight he has drawn a weak race and he gets his chance to return to the winners list. Tonight he has a fast beginner drawn underneath and slow beginners drawn on his outside, that should allow him to get a perfect trail behind the red in the early stages and he will prove far too strong in the run home. He has a solid 34.40 PB here but I think he is capable of getting down to the 34.15 mark with an unimpeded run.

Ozzy Bale is another who has been racing without much luck of late and he too should be suited by the class drop. If he was drawn closer to the rail he would probably be the top pick but even from the middle pin I believe he is good enough to make an impact. Lethal Three has won here previously in a slick 34.25 and if she can step a little better she should also be thereabouts. Oxley Major is expected to lead off the red but he isn’t that strong in the run to the line.

Top Four: 2 – 5 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Sisco Rage

First Four: 2,4,5/1,2,4,5/1,2,4,5/3 ($18 for 100%)

First Four: 2,4,5/1,2,4,5/3/1,2,4,5 ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,4,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:52PM

Elite Devil contested the Group Two Bendigo Cup Final last week and if he can show the early speed which helped him win his heat he should prove hard to reel in tonight. Four starts ago he won at The Meadows in a solid 30.17, so the journey won’t pose too much of a problem. I think the key to his chances tonight is the fast that there are numerous slow beginners and he should get a very cheap lead.

Ready To Riot is a talented NSW speedster who has already captured a race at The Meadows since coming across and from her rails draw tonight she is likely to be putting pressure on Elite Devil for most of the trip. Mechatronic is an interesting runner, he hasn’t won for a little while but he has won at The Meadows in the past in a slick 30.00 and he finally has drawn somewhere near the fence. Yakamov Bale rounds out the winning hopes, he is drawn a little poorly out wide, however he does have speed to burn and he shouldn’t have too much trouble getting across.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 1,2,3/1,2,3/Field ($36 for 100%)

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

 

Quaddie

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

$20 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 6, Marcus Joe

Best Roughie:
Race 12, Mechatronic

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Here is a look at the ten runners from box one tonight and how ARG sees their chances;

Race 1 – Feedback Icon (Patrick Wood) – With the original box one runner Phoeno Quoted scratched, Feedback Icon moves to box one. Given her abysmal record of 21 starts for no wins and just one placing, it is fair to say you would be best served keeping the cash in the old sky rocket for this one. It will be lucky to finish before they jump for race two.

Race 2 – Cyclone Simone (Majella Ferguson) – This race is much more up our alley in terms of being bet worthy. Astute trainer Majella Ferguson rugs up the classy Cyclone Simone for her first look at the Dapto track. She has won 11 of her 26 starts and is a flying machine when she lobs on the bunny. She has won one of her two starts from box one and returns from a trip to Western Australia for this. She should go very close.

Race 3 – Mr Dynamo (Harry Sarkis) – A relatively young dog who faces a moderate field here. He is sure to be fit for the 520 metre trip under the guidance of Harry Sarkis. Has every chance from box one and warrants strong consideration based on his 400 metre Richmond efforts.

Race 4 – Black Twitter (Seymour Vassilakis) – Race four provides us with not only a good name bet for the social media buffs among us, but also a very solid chance. She has been placed in three of her seven outings and comes up against seven dogs that have had 105 combined starts without a win. This is her first start from box one and given her early zip he has no excuses not to take this one out.

Race 5 – Winning Charm (Frank Hurst) – This race provides us with one that could be at value. Early markets show her at around the 5/1 mark and she loves the rails alley. What’s more, she has a wide runner drawn next to her who may provide her with a saloon passage. She is definitely some sort of hope.

Race 6 – Daisy’s Reward (Mary Spiteri) – Race six might be time to go and make a cup of tea or scoff down on a hot meat pie, with Daisy’s Reward needing a miracle to win in the first heat of the the Dapto Oaks. She has had 91 career starts for just seven victories and has only won one from 12 at Dapto. I’d sit this one out.

Race 7 – Crash Model (Keith Waddington) – This very handy bitch begins well and has a great record from box one. She has never missed a place in seven starts from the cherry but runs into some hot opposition in this one including track record holder Double Twist. Crash Model has been freshened for this but will need luck to win.

Race 8 – King Odessa (Kristy Sultana) – This guy simply loves Dapto and box one. He has won two from three at the track and never missed a placing from three starts out of the red. He meets the strong finishing Blue’s Revival here, but will be benefitted by the wide runner drawn in box two. He is capable of featuring.

Race 9 – Go Ginger Go (Gary Adams) – This bitch has looked like this sort of distance will suit her for a while now. Being her first 600 metre race she could find herself handier than the sprints and benefit greatly from it. It is a tricky race but she is not without hope at each way odds.

Race 10 – Hayville Charlee (William Bates) – A run on type who has only had three starts in the past two months. She was placed in her only start from box one but comes up against some promising pups drawn in the wider boxes. If she can get a passage through, she will be running on.

Best Bets: Race 2 and Race 4

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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 Heat – 7:27PM

Tough race to open the night but the speedy Make A Fifty has returned to her best of late and she may prove too zippy for them. Two starts ago she led throughout when scoring at Dapto in 30.24 and on that occasion she disposed of a quality line-up. There are a few runners with early speed in this event and but I think she has enough early toe to cross them and at around the $6.00 mark that is great shopping.

Mazzy Star looms as the obvious danger. Drawn in the red she should be able to settle in the top three and she was a handy 30.12 winner here in May, a repeat of that will see her fight out the finish. Crazy Cosmos could be the blowout chance, prior to her big defeat at Bathurst, she had been racing in consistent style on the country circuit. Another positive for her is her early speed, she can go very quick early and this field isn’t overly strong.

Top Four: 4 – 1 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Make A Fifty and Crazy Cosmos

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,8/1,4,8/Field ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 520M Grade 5 Heat – 7:50PM

Interesting race with the classy Avondale Zena dropping in grade, whilst former top sprinter Clockwise is resuming from an 11 month break. I’ve decided to go with the well graded Avondale Zena, she has been racing in much tougher company of late and if you go back four starts ago, she was an impressive 29.86 winner here. Her last 40m isn’t the best but she should have built up a big enough lead off the back straight. If you can find $3.00 or better that is great value.

Clockwise is resuming and it’s impossible to know where she’s currently at, however she is in good hands and I’m sure connections wouldn’t be running her unless she was somewhere near her best. Prior to going for a spell she had won three races here with a PB of 29.89. Miss Mariah is another interesting runner, she comes her with some mixed form. Two starts ago she scored a sizzling 22.56 Bulli win and then followed that up with a poor fourth, if she shows her best she can be a contender.

Top Four: 5 – 6 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Avondale Zena

Exacta: 5/2,4,6 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/2,4,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 520M Grade 5 Heat – 8:08PM

Decided to look for a bit of value and have gone with the strong Lach’s Wish. Her past few starts have been over the longer journey at Dapto but I think she is better suited back to the 500m trip. She has won six races here and she finds herself in a field full of front runners, if she can avoid bother at the first bend she should be able to settle midfield and then begin to pick them off one by one off the back straight.

The consistent Lacey Lois must be considered as the main danger. She has been placed in four of her past five here and she faces a significant drop in class. Normally a good beginner, she should find herself in the top two as they enter the first bend and if she avoids bother she will make her presence felt. Maria’s Impact must also be respected, she has shown a lot of improvement over past few weeks and it appears that she is running out the 500m journey a little stronger.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Each Way Lach’s Wish

Trifecta: 6,7/6,7/Field ($12 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 520m Grade 5 Heat – 8:27PM

Aurora Girl has been competing against some high class speedsters of late and she looks perfectly placed in this company. The middle pin is obviously a little concern but I think she is good enough to win even if she finds a little trouble in running. Four starts ago she was beaten by just over three lengths behind the in form Cawbourne Whip and in that event they recorded a ridiculous 29.50, if she reproduces that effort she will win with a leg in the air.

Kitchener Rum has been racing handy fashion of late and she was desperately unlucky here last week, after pinging the lids she was going to settle in the top two but as they headed into the turn she was dragged down. She doesn’t have a lot of early speed drawn around her tonight so she should get every chance to lead. Tinkabella Rose is the run on dog in the event, she is likely to get a long way back early but she will motor home and she is a great anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 5 – 2 – 7 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 5/2,7,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2,5/2,5,7,8/1,2,3,5,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

First Four: 2,5,8/2,5,8/7/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 2,5,8/2,5,8/Field/7 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 520M Grade 5 Heat – 8:50PM

Tough race to assess but I think I’m going to go with the class edge and put Zola Icon on top. Her form of late has been a little mixed but it’s hard to ignore her 30.73 Richmond win in June in which she won by a whopping 16.50 lengths. She has missed the kick at her past couple of starts but tonight’s event only features one or two chasers with genuine early speed, so if she can step fairly cleanly she will get every chance to punch through at the first bend.

Rosey Gardens is better known as a stayer but from the red she should be able to settle much closer to the speed than normal and with this not being an overly strong race she should be in the finish. Chloe’s Hand comes here with brilliant short course form in Victoria and I would expect her to be in the first two early, however she is very suspect over the last 60m. If you’re looking for a great place investment, Miss Fiction could be the one. She will trail them early but she will unwind a monster finish.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 6 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Zola Icon

Place Bet: Miss Fiction

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

Trifecta: 1,2,7/6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,2,7/Field/6 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 520M Free For All – 9:12PM

Zipping Willow is currently racing in rare form and after last week’s commanding 29.35 win here it’s hard to see her being beaten. Last week she was airborne early and went through the first sector in 5.31 and she maintained her high speed throughout the journey. Tonight she has slow beginners drawn either side and therefore she should get every chance to repeat last week’s effort. She is going to be short but I can’t see her being beaten.

Bessy Boo continues to impress and she has recorded two powerful wins here of late. After capturing the Mosman Classic she followed that up with a strong finishing win here last week in 29.79. She is likely to get back in the field again but has an uncanny knack of being able to weave her way through a field. Cawbourne Whip is obviously a chance but she is very inconsistent and her chances hinge her being able to find the early lead. Gradence is another who will hit the line hard and like I say each week, he is a great dog to anchor for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 6/1,3,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

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

 

Race 7 – 520M Grade 5 – 9:35PM

Oh So Striking has been racing with limited luck of late and he is bursting to break through. In his last two starts here, he has found himself well back in the field and finding bother. On both occasions he really hit the line hard and still managed to run second. Tonight’s event features quite a few front runners and he should be able to settle just off the speed and then pick them off one by one off the back straight.

Magic Dream is racing in good style and he looked quite strong in the run to the line when scoring here in 30.10 recently. To me he looks the clear leader and if Oh So Striking happens to find trouble he will prove hard to reel in. Le Burglar is showing plenty of promise and he recently scored a strong 30.35 win here, the time wasn’t flashy but I think he can go a lot quicker than that.

Top Four: 6 – 3 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 6/2,3,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,6/3,6/Field ($12 for 100%)

Quinella: 6 to rove with 2,3,5 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 520M Mixed 4/5 – 9:57PM

Knot Telling Ya really caught my eye last week, from the pink he began well and then crashed to the fence, unfortunately he found bother and lost his momentum. Underneath him tonight there is only one runner with genuine early speed and if he can step as cleanly as he did last week, he should find himself in the top two as they head for the back straight. I think you should see around the $8.00 mark or better, which is a great each-way investment.

Freddy Diesel looked impressive when winning by nine lengths here two runs back and he appears well graded tonight. He isn’t the flashiest of beginners but he does muster pace quickly and he shouldn’t be far away once they settle into stride. Minza Red One showed big improvement when placed here last week and he exits the same draw again, whilst Take It All is still a long way from his best but is still good enough to feature in this.

Top Four: 5 – 4 – 8 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Each way on Knot Telling Ya

Quinella: 5 to rove with 1,4,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/1,4,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:17PM

Apollo Reign has come up with the gun draw and looks well placed in this event. He normally isn’t the best of beginners but from the red he should be able to hunt up as they head into the bend and find himself in the top three as they head for the back straight. He has a smart 29.92 PB here but with a trouble free run he can probably get down to the 29.70 mark.

Ritza Raider is dropping considerably in class and after two consecutive placings here he is ready to return to the winners list. Last week he was beaten by four lengths in a blistering 29.64 and a repeat of that will see him feature, the middle pin is the only concern tonight. Cawbourne Power as his name suggests is a very powerful chaser but he can do a lot of things wrong. He returned to form with a come from behind 25.49 Canberra win last time and he should be sharpened up by that effort. If he can get through the first bend unscathed he should be in the mix.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 7 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Apollo Reign and Cawbourne Power (both should be good value)

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,7/1,4,7/Field ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:35PM

Remember Ross was a tad unlucky here two runs back when he went down narrowly to the promising Shanlyn Patch. Tonight he exits the same draw and his last victory came from this draw at The Gardens when stopping the clock in a sizzling 29.60. He has a slow beginner drawn in the two and that should allow him to get enough room to muster speed.

Kool Larocca is an explosive youngster who comes here with dazzling Bulli Form. He has won five of his seven starts to date and they have all been in brilliant times. Having his first look at the track is always a concern but he does have blistering speed and if he can handle the first turn he will definitely make his presence felt. Billy Bowlegs must be included in your exotic bets, he will get back early but he does have a great finish and there are a few runners who will struggle to run the trip right out.

Top Four: 1 – 5 – 7 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Remember Ross

Trifecta: 1,5,7/1,5,7/Field ($36 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/3,5,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$60 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 2 Avondale Zena

Best Roughie:
Race 8 Take It All

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Race 1 – 725M Handicap – 7:15PM

Good quality race to open the night and I have decided to go with the front marker Zipping Rory. From the front mark he should have sufficient speed to find the early lead and if he reproduces the effort which saw him win at Sandown recently in 41.83 they won’t get anywhere near him. He has raced here over 525m, so he is familiar with the track and he should have no trouble handling it. If you can get around the $3.20 mark that is great value.

Know Class is also off the front mark and his recent form is very hard to ignore. He has produced some quality efforts at Albion Park of late and off the front mark he should find himself in the first two of three at the first turn. Luna Jinx and Infinite Wish obviously have the class edge but they will both be giving the outside division a little head start. Of the two, I think Infinite Wish is the better chance, she has been racing in super fashion of late behind Xylia Allen.

Top Four: 6 – 7 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Zipping Rory

Trifecta: 2,6,7/2,6,7/Field ($30 for 100%)

Exacta: 6,7/2,5,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 525M Maiden Final – 7:38PM

Last week in the heats we saw a future star go around in Eliza Blanche. After a handy getaway she carved across to the rail and then showed an explosive turn of foot before scoring in a breathtaking 29.84. To put that time into perspective, on the same day, the better class dogs were struggling to get to the 30.20 mark. Box two should suit her tonight and she has slow beginners drawn either side, it will be interesting to see if this star in the making can go even quicker.

Dyna Construct showed great improvement in his heat when scoring a strong 30.45 win. On that occasion he was slow to begin but off the back straight he really hit his straps. He is obviously looking for further but he can still make his presence felt. Phenom Bale is another promising type and he scored an all the way heat win in 30.54 and he was also impressively placed at Sandown in good time prior to that.

Top Four: 2 – 7 – 3 – 8

Suggested Bets:

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

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

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

 

Race 3 – 525M Grade 5 – 7:57PM

Kerrigan Bale has shown that she has explosive talent, however she has proven to be very hard to follow. Last week she was fair to begin and went to the first marker in 5.17 before going down by a length in solid time. Tonight off the red I think she can go a little quicker to the first marker and if she is on the bunny she should be able to go sub 30 seconds. Her chances hinge on her ability to come out on terms with the rest of the field.

Seabrook Sam is another exciting prospect and his past two wins at Warrnambool have been brilliant. Both times he settled in second spot and in the home straight he went into overdrive before scoring two sizzling wins. He is stepping up to 500m for the first time but he has won at Horsham over the 480m so he shouldn’t have any trouble getting the extra journey. It really does look to be a race in two, however if you’re looking for a blowout chance, American Muscle could be the one. He has been placed in his two tries here and he is capable of running very fast times, however the only knock on him is that he can bomb the start at times.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/2,4,5/Field ($18 for 100%)

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

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

 

Race 4 – 600M Grade 5 – 8:20PM

Wide open affair but I’m a big fan of QLD stayer Hougenie and I think from the red box she may be able to punch through and lead at the first bend. Last start she came from a long way back to score at Albion Park in 35.59, the time wasn’t flash but the manner in which she won was impressive. She has shown previously that she does have some early dash and tonight she has the benefit of a slow beginner and wide runner drawn directly outside her. I think if you can get $4.50 or better that is great value.

Fearless Bert is an enormous talent and he would have any runner in this event covered by 5 lengths in a match race, however he has terrible box manners and he will be desperate to get out wide at the first turn. Clearly box two doesn’t suit but I think he is good enough to still feature if he finds a little bit of trouble in the early stages. Rumero Reason was a strong 34.75 win here in June and he has been placed in four of five overall over this trip. The first 60m is crucial for him as he is slow to begin but if he can find the fence without too much trouble he should be in the mix at the end.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Hougenie and Fearless Bert (should double your money)

Trifecta: 1,2,5/1,2,5/1,2,5,6,7,8 ($24 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,2/1,2,5,6 ($6 for 100%)

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

 

Race 5 – 525M Grade 4 – 8:40PM

The classy Allen Malik has been racing in devastating fashion of late at Warragul and I think he should be able to bring that form to town. Three starts ago he showed a sizzling turn of foot soon after boxrise before scoring a blistering 25.71 Warragul win and from the pink draw tonight he should get enough room early to muster speed and should be able to carve across to the early lead. He has won here previously in 30.33, but he has improved a lot since then and he should be able to get down to the 29.90 mark with a clear run.

Dyna Orion is perfectly placed in the red and he is much better than his recent form appears. In recent times he has been drawn poorly and his slow beginnings have given him no chance in his races, from the red he should be able to settle a little closer to the speed and with only a little trouble in running he should be able to regain some confidence. Missile Flash returned to form last time with a sizzling 29.57 Sandown Park win and she returns to a track where she has been placed in four of five starts with two of these being wins.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 8/1,2,3/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,2,8/1,2,3,8 ($9 for 100%)

Place bet on Dyna Orion (might get even money or better and he really is drawn to improve)

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 525M Grade 5 Final – 8:57PM

Wide open affair but I think Especially showed enough last week to suggest that she is back to her brilliant best. After a long run of outs, she pinged the lids last week and after going through the first section in a speedy 5.06 she never looked back. Her winning time of 30.12 was impressive enough and I think now that she has her confidence back she can go even quicker. There are quite a few front runners in this, so if she does punch through and lead it should be all over.

Mepunga Fearon has won four on end and he too is ideally drawn close to the fence. Last week he came from off the speed to score in a handy 30.18, obviously he can go much faster than that and if he can follow Especially through in the initial stages he will make his presence felt. Hellyeah Bolt is a gun Tasmanian chaser and he turned in a monster performance to win his heat in 30.09. The only concern with him is that he appears to have lost a little bit of his early zip. Galahad does his best racing here and he could cause an upset at big odds.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 1,2,3/1,2,3/Field ($30 for 100%)

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

 

Race 7 – 600M Mixed 4/5 – 9:20PM

Rebelation’s form doesn’t appear too flash but he has been racing in much stronger company of late and he is drawn to get the gun run tonight. With Allen Orville expected to lead from the red, Rebelation should be able to follow him through at the first turn and from there on he should prove too strong for the red in the run home. If you can get around $3.50 or better that is good value.

Allen Orville as stated earlier is expected to lead early and he should give a great sight. He is yet to win here in ten tries over this trip, however the majority of those efforts have been in much stronger company. He should have enough left in the tank to hold on for the quinella spot. Kayo Marciarno is a non-winner but he is never far away in these types of races. He will get a long way back early but I expect him to be charging home late and he can sneak into a place.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Rebelation

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,4 ($3 for 100%)

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

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

 

Race 8 – 525M Free For All – 9:40PM

Another high quality affair with numerous chances. I think track specialist Marcus Joe might be able to get the job done tonight. He has won six of his 13 tries here and he has a ridiculous PB of 29.66. Last start at Sandown he resumed from a spell with a handy placing and was probably a bit unlucky not to win the event. Soon after boxrise he looked for the fence and encountered some trouble and from there on he lost quite a fair bit of momentum, however he still managed to hit the line in good style. I think he should be able to cross to the lead tonight and he will take some running down.

Ride The Rails is a great talent and he only needs an ounce of luck to feature. He has a great record over this track and with a clean getaway he should be able to follow Marcus Joe across in the early stages. Crackerjack Dak is another who excels at this venue and he has been in scintillating form of late. The only concern with him is that he does his best racing when on the bunny and tonight’s field features an abundance of early speed, therefore he may have trouble getting across.

Top Four: 5 – 6 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Marcus Joe

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

Exacta: 5,6/4,5,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 525M Mixed 4/5 – 10:05PM

Yakamov Bale has been racing in good fashion of late and he has speed to burn. Four starts ago he led throughout at Geelong in 29.85 and on that occasion he defeated a quality line-up. He should have sufficient speed to boot through at the first bend and he should be able to run around the 30.10 mark on the bunny. It is a pretty even line-up so you should be able to snag around $4.50 or better.

Dyna Beth has shown glimpse of her best form in recent starts and tonight she appears suitably drawn because she has slow beginners on either side. Last week she hit the line solidly when placed here and she is good enough to go one better. Push It is a gun NSW speedster who has been taking all before her in her home state. She is known for her devastating early pace, however sometimes I have concerns with interstate visitors and I believe they can take a run or two before they show their best. She would have to ping and cross to have any chance tonight.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Yakamov Bale

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

Trifecta: 1,2,3/1,2,3/Field ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 525M Grade 5 – 10:25PM

All Strung Out is a superstar in the making and although The Meadows doesn’t really suit his racing style, he should be good enough to get the cash tonight. He’s recorded three consecutive Wentworth Park placings and in all of them he has powered to the line and gone down narrowly in blistering times. He should be able to find the rails in the early stages tonight and with an ounce of luck he should make light work of these.

Reckless Brown has been racing in consistent style and he has an abundance of early speed. Last week he recorded a zippy 5.01 to the first marker, a repeat of that will see him lead with ease. His last 50m is always questionable but he is likely to be a long way in front early. Rustic Rocket and Jersey Jack are chances but both will require a lot of luck in the early stages, if Rustic Rocket can getaway cleanly he should be right in the mix.

Top Four: 3 – 8 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on All Strung Out

Trifecta: 3,8/3,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

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

 

Race 11 – 525M Grade 5 – 10:42PM

Fort Allen showed his traditional early pace here last week and was only gunned down in the shadows of the post. From the red tonight he should be able to hold the early lead and I would expect him to go one better. He has a top record at this venue and he is very consistent, he should go around at the $4.50 mark and will give you a great sight.

National Time is another who will be settling on the speed and he appears well drawn out wide. He has two slow beginners drawn underneath and that should allow him to get across in the early stages. His form isn’t too crash hot at present so you may get big over’s about him. Cairnlea Ellie and Jack Silver are both racing quite well and if they get a few favours in running they can also feature in the finish.

Top Four: 1 – 8 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Fort Allen and National Time

Boxed Quinella: 1,5,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1/5,6,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – 525M Grade 5 – 11:00PM

Tough race to finish the night but I think the perfectly drawn Dyna Evy can get us out on the right note. From the red she should be able to anticipate the start a little better and she will have sufficient speed to hold her spot at the first bend. She has won here previously in 30.24, but with a trouble free run she can go much quicker than that.

Blurred Lines is a reliable beginner and he has scored two handy Sandown Park wins of late, he doesn’t have a whole heap of speed drawn around him and should get a clear run as they head into the first bend. If I think Dyna Evy is the winner, then Dyna Fulcrum must also be respected. On the assumption that Dyna Evy can hold the lead, Dyna Fulcrum should be able to follow her through at the first bend. He is very strong in the run to the line and he only needs an ounce of luck to feature. Bobby Blanco comes here with strong NSW form but I don’t think The Meadows will suit his racing pattern.

Top Four: 1 – 5 – 2 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Evy

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,5 ($3 for 100%)

Exacta: 1,5/1,2,3,5 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,2,5/1,2,5/Field ($30 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$72 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 3 Kerrigan Bale

Best Roughie:
Race 6 Galahad

Bendigo Cup Betting Preview

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Race 4 – 425M GRV VBIS Maiden Final – 8:10PM

Eight highly promising speedsters are set to do battle and I think the outside division will dominate the race. I found it very hard to split Kuranda Lass and We’re Off Here, both are unbeaten in there two starts and both ran similar sectionals in qualifying. I have given the edge to We’re Off Here. In the second round of qualifying he exited box six and put on a faultless display and from a similar box tonight I think he can repeat the dose. In his brief career he has shown brilliant box manners and in both rounds of heats he reeled off the fastest second split. With a clean getaway tonight he should be able to burn across and get the job done again.

Kuranda Lass as mentioned earlier ran very similar splits to the top pick and she too has proven to be a very reliable beginner. My only concern tonight is the box draw because in previous weeks she has had the luxury of exiting the pink and the red respectively and that has allowed her to get a clear run in the initial stages. Tonight she has likely favourite Senor Grumpy and our top pick We’re Off Here drawn on her outside and they are both fast early and keen for the rails. If she can get a clear run in the first 30m she should be able to make her presence felt. Senor Grumpy showed explosive speed when scoring a 23.76 heat win a fortnight ago and he obviously must be respected, however his box manners aren’t as good as the other two and he will need to do everything right early.

Top Four: 7 – 5 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on We’re Off Here

Trifecta: 5,6,7/5,6,7/1,2,3,5,6,7 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 660M Winter Cup Final – 8:47PM

Really tough race to assess but I think the classy Unix Bale should get the cash. She was unlucky in her heat and has drawn poorly again tonight, but last week was her first try at the 660m trip and I think she will be much better for the run. In her heat she was steady to begin and from there on she was always going to find it difficult to feature, however in previous starts she has proven to be a reliable beginner so if she can get away on terms tonight she will find herself in a much more prominent position initially. If you go back through her form, you will see that she did score at The Meadows in a slick 34.40 in May and I don’t think her rivals tonight are quite up to that standard.

Gambo Girl ended a string of luckless efforts when scoring here last week and she is drawn to feature again. With Loud One and Echelonic Action both expected to show speed, she should get the perfect sit on the leaders and based on last week’s run home time, she will prove very hard to hold out. The only concern with her is that she can find a lot of trouble in her races, so if you put your hard earned on, you will be hoping for a little luck in running. Zipping Maggie and Tyra Giselle are both expected to be well fancied but I think they are a little risky from their wide draws. There appears to be an abundance of early pace in this event and it is likely that they will be posted wide for most of the trip. If you are looking for a value place bet, Dewana Sienna could be the one. She doesn’t like to win races but she is rarely far away in this company, she will be huge odds but is more than capable of running a drum.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 1 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Unix Bale

Place bet on Dewana Sienna

First Four: 1,2,6/1,2,6/4/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 1,2,6/1,2,6/Field/4 ($30 for 100%)

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

 

Race 7 – 425M Group Two Bendigo Cup Final – 9:10PM

There were quite a number of surprises in last week’s heats and it has made tonight’s final a wide open affair. Pippa Shiraz and Senor Socks both have fared well with the box draw, however I think the biggest improver from the heats will be the exciting Luca Neveelk who is aiming to win 11 races on the trot. Last week he was only fair to begin and went to the first marker in just a solid 6.60 and at his best I believe he can go around the 6.50 mark which would be enough to lead this field. Obviously this is his toughest test to date, but the times he has recorded on the provincial circuit in his brief career suggest that he has the quality to win an event like this. With the speedy White Spyro drawn directly outside him, the first 50m is very crucial but I believe he should have sufficient speed to hold her out. You should be able to get around the $4.50 or better and that is great value about a chaser who has won 10 on end.

White Spyro looks to be the danger for mine, she is the only runner in the field who has more speed than Luca Neveelk and her winning time of 23.79 last week was super impressive. She would obviously need to cross and lead to win but if Luca Neveelk happens to miss the kick, then she should be able to cross easily. She will go around at double figures and she may be worth a saver bet. Senor Socks is another exciting chaser who continues to impress, after a slow get away in his heat, he showed a tremendous turn of foot and he soon found himself in front. Obviously he can’t afford to miss the kick tonight but from the pink he will get every chance to feature. Warrior King is another who must be respected, he has the field covered in the class and ability department but his poor box manners have continued to cause him trouble. He is armed with a monster finish and if there is any shuffling up front, expect him to be running over the top of them late.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 7 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Luca Neveelk and White Spyro

First Four: 4,5,8/1,4,5,8/7/Field ($45 for 100%)

First Four: 4,5,8/1,4,5,8/Field/7 ($45 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 425M Free For All – 9:28PM

The last leg of the quaddie sees three speedsters do battle. I expect Matt’s Entity, Ferly Reign and the up and coming Universal Size all to be vying for the early lead and the pressure up front will be intense. Based on last week’s sectionals I think Matt’s Entity should be the one who wins the speed battle and if he does that should see him snag the prize. He was a tad disappointing in his cup heat as he appeared to stop quickly in the straight, however he has won four of seven over this journey and he does have a breathtaking 23.57 PB to his credit. He meets a quality line-up here so you might be able to get around the $2.80 mark which is good shopping.

Ferly Reign has been a class act for quite a while now and her 26.50 Bulli win in May suggests that she still has plenty to give. Surprisingly she was made a reserve in lasts week’s heats and unfortunately she didn’t gain a run which means it has been three weeks since her last race, so she should be nice and fresh for this. Universal Size is going to be well supported and he has shown that he is going to be a great short course speedster in the future, however I don’t think he is quite up to Matt’s Entity at present and from the pink draw he may find himself posted wide for most of the trip. Tyronimo and Leesa Benz are two chasers which must be included in your exotic bets, Tyronimo will be steaming home late, whilst Leesa Benz has a great turn of foot from the 30m to the 200m mark and that should allow her to be in contention for most of the trip.

Top Four: 3 – 2 – 1 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Unleash on Matt’s Entity

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

First Four: 2,3,7/2,3,7/1/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 2,3,7/2,3,7/Field/1 ($30 for 100%)

 

Best Bet:
Matt’s Entity

Best Roughie:
White Spyro

Centrebet Box One Bonus At Dapto Provides Plenty Of Value

With Centrebet running a superb promotion that gives punters a massive 25% bonus on any number one dog at Dapto tonight, ARG though we would take a brief look at the hopes of each runner to exit the coveted cherry alley at the iconic circuit on the South Coast of New South Wales.

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Bearing in mind that more dogs win from box one than any other box, it is a tremendous promotion.

Here is a look at the dog sporting the red rug in each race at Dapto tonight;

Race 1 – Benji Backflip – John Little - Things are not easy to begin with when the first runner of the evening is a first starter in a maiden race. But it is not all doom and gloom. The John Little trained bitch had a performance trial at the track last week and ran a moderate 30.66 and the bulk of her opposition here are average at best. Some have been around more times than the lure and are yet to salute the judge, for example Amarina Only (7) is a 91-start maiden. The main challengers look to be boxes two and eight but she has her chance.

Race 2 – Sidestepper – John Aul - Another maiden event with a dog in box one that is yet to fill a placing in three outings. He does get the advantage of a small field here with only six greyhounds engaged but he will need to go well to beat box six in this one.

Race 3 – Midnight Ripple – Peter Sims - This looks one of the better races on which to invest. The regally bred Midnight Ripple (Brett Lee – Midnight Movie) graduates to middle distance racing and is drawn to lead all the way. He has broken the 30-second barrier at Wentworth Park twice in his last three starts and that should be good enough to be going very close to winning this one.

Race 4 – How’s It Rude – Seymour Vassilakis - Punters get another good opportunity to pick up an extra 25% cash when How’s It Rude jumps out as favourite in this maiden final. She showed a plethora of early speed to lead all the way and land her heat in 30.05. a repeat of that will see her winning again tonight.

Race 5 – Zero For Dino – John Aul - Another runner in the red for John Aul in the fifth and he is not without a hope either. He stepped up from short track racing last start to the 520 metres at Wentworth Park and won in a fair 30.32. He has to contend with a speedy beginner next door and is having his first look at the track and trip. Take this guy on trust.

Race 6 – Droopy’s Bay – Janel Erwin - Race six sees a quick beginner in box one who is very capable of leading but will need to if he is to be any chance. He has gone 30.03 at Dapto in the past but faces some pretty handy dogs in this race. He is a $21 chance and rightly so, his only hope is leading and praying for trouble behind him.

Race 7 – Capriati – Harry Sarkis - On the tricky bend start over 600 metres at Dapto, box one is worth its weight in gold and if Capriati can utilise it to her advantage she will be winning in straight sets. She faces a stiff challenge from boxes three, four and six and will need to run up to her best to win. She looks value at around $8.00.

Race 8 – Tough Amigo – Clifford Bell - On his best times, this dog is a red hot chance from the rails alley. The only concern is his recent form which includes two sevenths in his last three starts. He will get his chance to rail under them and pinch this race from the good draw. The 25% bonus might make his price attractive enough to invest.

Race 9 – Stryking Tina – Tony Pagano - This looks like a good race to go and make a cup of tea in rather then bet. While it is an average affair, Stryking Tina’s form for the charismatic Tony Pagano has been far from anything to write home about. She has just one win and a third from 14 outings and has shown little to suggest that it is about to get any better.

Race 10 – Recruitment – Shaun Evans - Punters can go out in style when the zippy Recruitment gets his opportunity in the final event. The Shaun Evans trained dog has registered a fast 29.94 at the track and in his six career starts is yet to draw anywhere near the fence. He looks to have a class edge and is worth a flutter on.

My three box one best bets are Race 3, Race 4 and Race 10. Take advantage of the promo at Centrebet and score an extra 25% on these three runners up to $200.

Albion Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 3rd 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Novice – 6.40pm

Super Vello exits box six again tonight and a repeat of last weeks effort will see him win. Yes Does for Northern Rivers trainer Dean Turley looks to be a top chance from box one. He’s had track experience and should be a huge hope. Big Yellow Taxi and Blue Scorpion look the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 1 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 6/1/5,7

 

Race 2 – 520M Novice – 6.58pm

Tough affair and one with many chances. Eddy Get is trained by leading trainer Tony Brett and an interesting runner. He has been beat easily at his past few, but I couldn’t imagine Tony training him unless he some ability, so keep him safe. Tru Ryder has obvious ability and looks a nice dog on the making, but box five will make life tough. Smooth Style is well drawn and should threaten. Cyclone Clifford looks the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 3 – 1 – 8

Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 3,5/1,3,5/1,2,3,5,7,8

 

Race 3 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.19pm

Velocity Miss is the only one I want to be on here in this race tonight. She ran 30.06 here last week, but I think she can go quicker and I expect her to lead all the way. Pay Sheet is only an average dog, but is well boxed and he can lob handy to run second. Doc Graham can run but he’s so unreliable. Boardies will likely get wide but he can run third. Blue Den is badly boxed but he has talent and if he can find clear room expect him to threaten for a place. Keep Tejays Tiger very safe if she gains a start.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 2 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 4 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.41pm

Chariot’s Offiah looks super hard to beat, he’s in excellent form and will be hard to stop. Trav’s Fantasy is a class runner and is well suited outwide, expect him to fly out. Rainbow Rex is pretty handy and with the right right run he can feature. Barbella needs to lead clearly and she can if she pings, but that’s unlikely.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 7 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 5 – 520M 5th Grade – 8.05pm

Outa Tempo has been knocking on the door of recent times and box one will give him every chance. Azza Buzz can drive forward early and lob handy. Lulu’s Lad can be tardy but could rail up and threaten. Seven Straight is looking for more ground now but could run on.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 3 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 6 – 520M 4th/5th Grade – 8.25pm

Put simply Size Does Matter has already won this race. He’s far to good for these. Starliner is well boxed and should race handy before flying home. Abby’s Fantasy had good early toe and can let rip early. Flick Pass will get a nice run and should finish off nicely.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 7 – 520M Winter Cup Group One – 8.44pm

Cracking Group One Final. The bookends look to hold the key in this race. Both should fly out and it will be a match race from there. Leaning towards Awesome Project from box one. Boxes win races and he has it. Love Kills is a super smart dog and I have a big opinion of him and like his place chances. Yogi Blue is another who’s well boxed and is likely to steer clear of trouble.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 8 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 8 – 520M 3rd/4th Grade – 9.08pm

Cracking race and a very tough one. Going with Cyndie’s Special after her flying win from the red two starts back. Drawn to win. Tear Away Size has a mammoth motor and went 30.21 at Ipswich recently, big danger. Rose Of Galo is a classy runner and comes out humming, she can find the placings. You Can Talk should be running on late.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 2 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bet:

Trfecta: 1,2/1,2/5,6,7

 

Race 9 – 710M 4th/5th Grade 9.28pm

Late Angel Lee looks too classy if he handles stepping back up. Mullaway is a handy dog who is suited to this field and will give his all. Golfing Amy is a talented stayer but isn’t racing well. Betty’s Memory is better then her form suggests.

Top Four Selections: 4 – 6 – 3 – 8

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 10 – 600M 5th Grade – 9.52pm

Are Ate looks too classy. Teddy’s Jackpot is well drawn and can feature. Rumble Street is inconsistent but gets her chance and Fine Cotton will run on.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 1 – 4 – 6

Suggested Bet:

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

 

Quadrella:

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

$4.00 for 100 %

Best Bet:
Race 3 Box 1 Cyndie’s Special

Best Roughie:
Race 2 Box 3 Eddy Get

Sandown Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview July 3rd 2014

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:08PM

Quite an open race to kick off the night but I think the winner will come from the outside division. The consistent Lovey led until the shadows of the post here last week and with another clean getaway I think she can go one better. Her personal time of 29.91 from that effort isn’t overly impressive, however tonight’s event doesn’t have a whole lot of depth. She has been placed in her only four tries here and on three of the four occasions she has recorded 5.10 or quicker to the first mark, a repeat of that should see her lead again.

Wind Whistler has been racing in devastating form of late having notched up a hat trick of wins here. All three wins were from off the speed and all were in impressive times. My only concern with him tonight is the wide draw, two of those three wins came from the red alley and that allowed him to settle very close to the lead. Idle Ways must also be respected in this event, he returned to form with a solid 27.29 Horsham win recently and he does possess enough early speed to be in contention at the first bend. I expect Wind Whistler to be quite short so there should be plenty of value with Lovey and Idle Ways.

Top Four: 6 – 7 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Lovey and Idle Ways

Trifecta: 6,7,8/6,7,8/1,2,3,4,6,7,8 ($30 for 100%)

Trifecta: 6,8/7/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 6,8/Field/7 ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:25PM

This race appears to have a lot more depth than the first and there are a number of winning chances. I’ve gone with the well drawn Fratelli Fresh. Two starts ago she stepped cleanly from this draw and led all the way in a more than handy 29.75. On that occasion she appeared to hit the line quite solidly and she looked very impressive. There are obviously a few runners in this that can go quicker than 29.75, but she will be doing it on the bunny and she will prove hard to reel in.

Obviously Hostile must be considered, however he is expected to start at odds on and he is too unreliable to be taking the short odds. Off the red at The Meadows he showed his true ability with a dazzling 29.94 win and if he finds the bunny tonight, I’m sure he will run the hands off the clock again but from the middle pin he will need all the breaks. Mitch Sparrabush must be kept quite safe in this affair, he is drawn to get a nice sit behind expected leader Fratelli Fresh and he has been racing in good style on the provincial circuit. Peter Pettigrew could be a nice place bet at odds and he must not be left out of your exotic bets.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 5 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Fratelli Fresh and Mitch Sparrabush or place bet on Peter Pettigrew. Be sure to place your bet on Fratelli Fresh at Centrebet to receive a massive 25% bonus up to $200 if he gets the chocolates.

Boxed quinella: 1,2,5,6 ($6 for 100)

Trifecta: 1,2,5,6/1,2,5,6/1,2,4,5,6,7 ($48 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 7:44PM

Should be another very competitive race but it is hard to ignore Dyna Yenite after last week’s top placing here. After a clean getaway he showed a dazzling turn of foot and hit the first marker in a blistering 4.99, but unfortunately for connections the powerful Great Spartacus was too close off the back straight and he was nabbed in the shadows of the post. If he can get away like he did last week and reel off similar sectionals, his opposition will have a tough time reeling him in.

Premier Event has a top record over this trip and he has been racing without much luck of late, from the wide draw tonight he should be afforded a clearer run in the first 50m and he should be able to regain some much needed confidence. He is likely to be over the odds and he is worth a saver bet as he can prove hard to catch if he pings the lids. Mystic Twist is showing enormous potential and she hasn’t experienced much good fortune since scoring here in 29.63 last month. Tonight she is drawn to get a clearer run initially and she can feature if she gets through the first bend unscathed.

Top Four: 2 – 8 – 3 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Exacta: 2,8/1,2,3,8 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 2/1,3,8/Field ($18 for 100%0

Trifecta: 2,8/2,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat One – 8:08PM

Gun middle distance chaser Bookkeeper makes his long awaited return to the track but I think he may have his work cut out for him. The Jeff Britton trained Cosmic Wise has been racing in scintillating form of late and most importantly she has been getting away cleanly in her races. She is the type of chaser who likes room to move in the early stages and from the pink box she should be afforded that luxury. Two starts ago she beat a smart field when scoring in 34.17 here and a repeat of that should see her get the cash.

Bookkeeper clearly has the class edge and if he is 100% he will make his presence felt. His record of four wins from ten tries here with a 34.04 PB is hard to ignore but you never know what to expect when chasers are resuming from lengthy spells. Ever Alert has excelled since stepping up in distance and although poorly drawn tonight I would expect him to be thereabouts. Last week he roared to the line and stopped the clock in a brilliant 34.24 and that makes him a major player in this. Sandown Cup runner up Tarks Nemesis must also be kept safe, she is drawn poorly out in seven but she is too good to totally dismiss and must be included in your exotics.

Top Four: 8 – 2 – 4 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Cosmic Wise

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

Trifecta: 2,8/2,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Quinella: 8 to rove with 2,4,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat Two – 8:28PM

Prue Bale has been mighty disappointing in recent starts but I’m willing to give her one more chance. Last start at Ballarat she had pressure applied to her from the outset and it all became too much mid race and she was squeezed out. Tonight’s event doesn’t feature a whole lot of early speed and that should allow her to ping to the lead and get out into some open space. When on the bunny and under no pressure she is capable of reeling off ridiculous sectionals, I think she can return to her best here.

Great Spartacus returned to the winners list with a strong 29.59 win here last week and he has given every indication that the step up in journey won’t be a problem. He does like to use a little bit of the track but he has a slow beginner drawn directly outside so he should be afforded some room at the first bend. Sisco Rage is the interesting runner, he has recently joined the McDonald camp and two runs ago he was enormous when placed at Wentworth Park. He has won here previously in 34.40 and I think he can go a lot faster than that now, the only problem is that he will need a whole lot of luck after boxrise as there might be a lot of crunching through the bend start.

Top Four: 4 – 1 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Prue Bale and maybe on Sisco Rage if he is $4.50 or better

Boxed Quinella: 1,3,4 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,3,4/1,3,4/1,2,3,4,5,7 ($24 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat Three – 8:52PM

This heat looks to be an intriguing affair as we get to see gun NSW sprinter My Boy Snoopy make his middle distance debut. Prior to his three placings at The Meadows and Sandown, he had won four of five at Wentworth Park and Bulli, with all of those wins being in blistering times. He can be a little tardy at box rise but he will show a devastating turn of foot once into stride. Obviously because of his brilliance, he is a little doubt to run the trip but from the red draw I think he can poke through and lead and he should have enough in the tank to get to the line.

Hawk Alone is clearly the main danger, he has won over 300k in prize money and he returned to his best form with a brilliant 30.04 Meadows win recently. Box three isn’t ideal but he should have enough speed to drive through at the first bend. Surf Mail is another who is back in form and he has won four of six over this journey. He is likely to be well in the market but I think he may be unders from the awkward draw.

Top Four: 1 – 3 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on My Boy Snoop at Centrebet with the 25% red box bonus. Great value.

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

Trifecta: 1,3/1,3/Field ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat Four – 9:11PM

My Bro Fabio was desperately unlucky here last week and with an ounce of luck this week he should go one better. He has scored some ridiculously fast wins over the shorter trips in his career and his racing style indicates he will be even better over this journey. From the middle pin you should be able to get around the $3.00 mark and for a chaser of his ability that is a great price.

Go Mobo has been racing in super form of late and he just continues to get away cleanly and figure prominently in his races. Last week he beat My Bro Fabio but I think this week he might have a little more pressure applied to him early and he may be found wanting in the last 50m. Musquin Bale is always a chance in these type of events and to give you a little more confidence he returned to his best at The Meadows last week over 600m with a 34.61 win.

Top Four: 5 – 1 – 6 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on My Bro Fabio. Also something small on the red runner. With the added 25% bonus at Centrebet he will be value.

Exacta: 5/1,6 ($2 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5/1,6,8/Field ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat Five – 9:35PM

Superstar chaser Xylia Allen returns from a successful QLD trip and at the $1.20 she should get the cash. She has won five on the trot and she has won here previously in a near record 33.79. She has had a couple weeks off since her last start so she should be primed to show her best. At the short quote is worthwhile just anchoring her up front in trifecta’s and first fours.

Gimme Fuel is drawn to hold the lead for the first few hundred metres of the race and his 600m Meadows win in May suggests he should be good enough to hold on for second place. Cornelius Fudge has a top record at this venue and he is never far away in this class. Four starts ago he powered to the line when scoring here in 34.47 and he is a great place bet.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 4 – 5

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 8/1,4,5/1,2,4,5 ($9 for 100%)

First Four: 8/1,4,5/1,2,4,5/1,2,3,4,5 ($27 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 595M McKenna Memorial Heat Six – 9:55PM

The final heat is packed full of talent and there appear to be a number of chances. Dyna Kayla appears to be back to her best and she should be good value in this event. She is drawn poorly in six so she should go around at the $3.50 mark or better. In her last two starts she has got away nicely and showed a lot more early dash than normal. Back up to the middle distance tonight she should find herself in the first two early and she will prove too strong for her rivals.

Dream It was a tad disappointing here last week over this trip but I think he will be better for the run. It was his first try over the 595m journey and after some bother early he appeared to look a little flat at the end of the race. He should be able to settle much closer to the speed tonight and he will make his presence felt. Allen Eryk is a gun and he is never far away, whilst Bekim Hatrick is absolutely flying at present. Lobby Lu is going to be well fancied, but I think she is a lay tonight because she is better suited to a wider draw.

Top Four: 6 – 4 – 3 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Kayla

Trifecta: 4,6/2,3,4,6/2,3,4,5,6 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 515M Mixed 3/4 – 10:12PM

Hard to go past the odds on favourite here in Mepunga Armagh. From the red draw he should be able to fire through to the early lead and if he reproduces the run which saw him win here in 29.37 in May, he will prove far too classy for this line up. He has been a little disappointing in his last couple but I think he can regain some confidence from tonight’s good draw.

Zipping Brock has been racing in solid form of late and with the abundance of speed drawn underneath him, he should be able to find the rails early on. He is very fast on his night and at the $12 mark or better he is worth a saver bet. Rumbling Rick is going to be well fancied based on his 29.52 win here a fortnight ago and he is obviously a great chance tonight, but I think he will have trouble leading so place claims appear best.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

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

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

 

Race 11 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:32PM

Tough race but I think the well drawn Tee Brady might be able to get the job done. He has been racing consistently on the provincial circuit of late and he has won here previously in a slick 29.64. He is armed with very good early speed and with a clean getaway he should have no trouble getting across. It’s worth noting that three of his past four wins have come from this draw.

Dello Bale is going to probably start favourite but his tendency to bomb the start is a concern for me. He has won six of 13 over this trip and if he can get through the first bend unscathed he should make an impact. Mechatronic could be the surprise packet in the event. He has a wide runner drawn directly outside tonight and with a clear run initially he may be able to run a cheeky race at odds.

Top Four: 8 – 2 – 4 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Tee Brady and Mechatronic

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,4,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:52PM

Beckenbauer has been racing in great fashion of late and he looks perfectly placed in this event. Two starts ago he showed a great turn of foot soon after boxrise before going on to score a smart 30.26 Meadows win. Tonight he should have no trouble crossing in the early stages and he should be running around the 29.50 mark on the bunny.

Cosmea is well drawn out wide and she has been thereabouts of late. Normally a reliable beginner, she should find herself in the first three at the first bend and she has proven in the past that she can run a very strong 500m. Dynamic Punch is going to be fairly well supported and if he gain an ounce of luck early he should be in the mix also. He is capable of running very fast times but his poor box manners have proven to be a big problem of late.

Top Four: 3 – 7 – 1 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Beckenbauer

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

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

 

Quaddie

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

($18 for 100%)

Wentworth Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 28th 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Grade 5 – 7:30PM

Very open race to kick start the night but I think we can find some value with Sherlock. He isn’t drawn very well but he has speed to burn and he really impressed me in his handy placing here last week. On that occasion he pinged the lids and led initially but after being headed he still held on quite well. There are a couple of pacy ones drawn in the middle tonight but I think they might carve up the inside division and Sherlock may sneak away with the prize.

Rhino Collision was desperately unlucky here last week and prior to that he hit the line hard when scoring here in a slick 29.89. He lacks early speed but if he can work through the first bend without too much trouble he should figure prominently. Te Akai Kahn and Hector Kahn are the two speed chasers drawn in the middle, both are quite reliable early and if they can cross early they become major contenders.

Top Four: 7 – 6 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Sherlock and Rhino Collision.

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

 

Race 2 – 520M Non Graded – 7:50PM

Suits Us is better known for his staying capabilities but tonight he finds himself in a fairly weak 520m affair. Last week he posted a 5.60 to the first marker here, however I think he can go a little quicker than that and this race doesn’t have a lot of runners with early speed. The two runners drawn directly underneath are both poor beginners and that should allow him to find the rails quite easily. You should be able to land around $3.40 or better and that is enormous overs in this field.

Bearly Fair is surprisingly well drawn out wide and he has won here previously in a handy 30.10. With the lack of early speed from other runners, he should be able to get across quite easily and he is a pretty handy chaser when on the bunny. Teddie Boy must also be respected in this event, he does his best racing over this trip and he has been racing in much stronger class of late. He should settle in the first three and he should be in contention throughout.

Top Four: 3 – 7 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Exacta: 3,7/2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

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

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

 

Race 3 – 720M Non Graded – 8:07PM

Cosmic Rosie was far from disgraced in her staying debut at Richmond last week and I think she will be greatly improved by the run. In her heat she missed the kick and had to slowly work her way through the field. She is normally a fairly reliable beginner and I’m hoping she can anticipate the start a little better. If she can settle in the first three as they head into the first bend she should charge away mid race.

Irinka Hope is clearly the danger after she scored a convincing 41.90 heat win at Richmond. She began a lot better than normal in her heat and that is why I’m being a bit more cautious with her tonight. She isn’t known for her great box manners and I can see her finding bother in the early stages tonight. Billy Style must be included in your exotic bets, he doesn’t win often but he will be jumping out of the ground late and he may be able to snag third spot.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3,8/3,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

Trifecta: 8/2,3,4/Field ($18 for 100%)

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

First Four: 3,8/3,4,8/2/Field ($20 for 100%)

First Four: 3,8/3,4,8/Field/2 ($20 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 520M Non Graded – 8:30PM

It’s always hard to tip a greyhound like Gradence on top but tonight he looks perfectly placed and he should break through. Like always, I’m expecting him to drop out in the early stages but expected leader Soaring Eagle will get tired late, therefore I’m anticipating there to be a little bit of shuffling up front and that should play into the hands of Gradence. Two starts ago he was enormous behind Zipping Willow and he really only needs an ounce of luck to win.

Watto Lotto has a similar racing style to Gradence but he is more likely to hug the fence. Drawn in the check he should be able to find the rails early and if he can get a few gaps in running he should make the most of it. El Caballo can be hard to follow at times but he should be suited by the lack of early speed in this event. If he can reproduce the effort which saw him place here in May, he should be in the finish.

Top Four: 5 – 2 – 4 – 3

Suggested Bets:

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

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

Quinella: 5 to rove with 2,3,4 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 5 – 520M Grade 4 – 8:50PM

Amazon Lizard looks to be the likely leader and I think he may be able to steal the prize at nice odds. Three starts ago he pinged the lids and looked brilliant when scoring in a slick 29.79. His last 50m is always questionable but at the double figure odds I reckon he will give us an almighty sight.

Bessy Boo is likely to start favourite after capturing the Peter Mosman classic here last week. After a clean getaway she found herself in third spot as they headed for the back straight and from there on she was always going to take a power of beating. I don’t think she will settle as close to the speed tonight but she is still good enough to feature. Creepy Coupe must also be respected after he won here last week in 29.71 and on that occasion he beat the exciting prospect Lochinvar Impact.

Top Four: 5 – 3 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Amazon Lizard and Creepy Coupe

Boxed Quinella: 1,3,5,6 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 3,5,6/1,3,5,6/Field ($54 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 520M Free For All – 9:12PM

Zipping Willow is flying at present and she is likely to start at short odds, however I think Double Twist can turn the tables on her from last week. After a slow start she worked her way through the field and she really chewed into Zipping Willow’s lead in the concluding stages. From the pink tonight she should be able to settle much closer to Zipping Willow and then run over the top in the final stages.

Cawbourne Whip must also be respected based on her recent efforts. After scoring two brilliant 600m wins at Canberra, she returned to town and posted a breathtaking 29.38 win. In recent times she has been pinging the lids and I’m not sure how long she will keep doing it for. Zipping Willow as mentioned earlier has been flying and she is expected to lead for a long way. The final 50m has really concerned me in her past two wins as she has really folded up, however she has only had three runs from a spell and she is likely to keep on improving.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Double Twist

Trifecta: 3,4,8/3,4,8/1,3,4,7,8 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 720M Grade 5 – 9:57PM

Gotta Problem is a hard dog to tip with any confidence but he appears to have found the perfect race. Last week he hit the line strongly over this trip and was only beaten by three and a half lengths behind the exciting Dusty Moonshine. The key to tonight’s event is the small field and with less traffic to weave through, he should be able to make his presence felt.

Queen Marina set the pace in the same race as Gotta Problem last week and although she got a little tired, she was far from disgraced. I would expect her to lead again tonight but my only concern is that the non chasing Hayden Hair is likely to be pestering her the whole trip and there enhances the chances of Gotta Problem. My Asuncion should also be respected in this event, she has a poor record here but the smaller field will suit and she is rarely far away in these type of races.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Gotta Problem and have a crack at the place (looks a lock to finish top two)

Quinella: 2 to rove with 1 & 7.

 

Race 8 – 520M Grade 5 Final – 10:17PM

In what is a very strong final, I’ve settled on the highly talented Sir Lancelot. Although beaten in his heat, he recorded a very slick 5.40 to the first marker and a repeat of that should be enough to hold out the outside division. Last week he was unable to lead and therefore probably looked a little disappointing, however in the past he has shown he is capable of reeling off sizzling sectionals when on the bunny.

I’m Pedro looms as the likely danger after he has turned in two brilliant performances here in recent weeks. After narrowly going down to Stylish Jenmar in quick time, he followed that up the following week with a sizzling 29.75 win here and provided he gets an ounce of luck early he will be in the finish. Cawbourne Cobra could be the smokey in the event, he has tended to struggle here previously, however last week he overcame a slow start and was far from disgraced when placed behind I’m Pedro. He could be a nice place bet at the odds.

Top Four: 4 – 7 – 5 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Each way on Sir Lancelot

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

 

Race 9 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:37PM

The highly exciting Lochinvar Impact was a tad stiff here last week and if he can step away like he did last time he should be off and gone with the prize through the first turn. Tonight he has the luxury of two slow beginners drawn outside him and a keen railer drawn directly underneath so he should be afforded all the favours at box rise. There are a couple of handy ones in this event so we might get $2.60 or better.

Breaker Kahn has been racing with limited luck in recent times and if he can show his normal turn of foot he should be able to cross quite easily and match motors with the favourite in the early stages. I think Lochinvar Impact may be a little too brilliant for him but he will definitely give him a run for his money. Paddles Anderson and Oh So Striking are the other obvious winning hopes but both are likely to get a long way back in the early stages. If either of them happen to step and are close to the lead off the back straight, they will give the favourite a fright.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 8 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Have a crack at Lochinvar Impact if you can snag $2.60 or better.

Trifecta: 5,6/5,6,7,8/2,5,6,7,8 ($18 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 520M Grade 5 – 10:57PM

Avondale Zena has found the class rise a little too much in recent weeks but tonight she is taking on a slightly weaker affair and she should be able to lead throughout. Three starts ago she flew through the first marker here in a blistering 5.36 and she still had enough in the tank to stop the clock at 29.86. If she can reproduce that performance she will take a power of beating,

Lacey Lois was very unlucky here last week and she has been racing in very consistent style. She should be able to follow Avondale Zena across in the early stages and she should box on well for the quinella spot. Ritza Raider and Queen Esther both appear fairly well drawn on the inside and if the top two picks make any mistakes early the one and the two should capitalise.

Top Four: 6 – 7 – 2 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Avondale Zena and Lacey Lois (more on Avondale Zena)

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

 

Quaddie:

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

$90 for 100%

 

Best Bet: Race 3 Number 8 Cosmic Rosie

Best Roughie: Race 2 Number 7 Bearly Fair

Group Two WA Oaks Tips And Betting Preview

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Race 4 – 530M WA Oaks Heat One – 10:09PM

The first heat looks to be a battle between three classy speedsters in Liara Allen, Oakvale Flyer and Replica Queen. All three have recorded numerous city wins and they can also test the clock. After accessing each chasers strengths and weaknesses, it’s hard to look past Victorian star Oakvale Flyer. The Robert Britton trained chaser has already made a number of Group Race Finals and two starts ago she smashed a quality line-up when scoring at Sandown Park in 29.48. Obviously the early speed of Lady Goldenpaw may be a concern, however Oakvale Flyer has the unique ability to win races by either leading or coming from off the speed.

Liara Allen returned to form with a strong 30.22 Meadows win from this draw last week and with some luck early she should figure prominently again. Her box manners aren’t the best, however she has a slow beginner drawn directly outside and she should get every chance to drive through at the first bend. The fact that she has raced here previously also enhances her chances. Replica Queen is one of WA’s up and coming stars and she has a tremendous record here having won eight of twelve and she boasts a slick 30.46 PB. She is normally a lid pinger and she is likely to set the pace, my only concern is that in her previous races she has not had a lot of pressure applied to her mid race. Tonight I’m anticipating her to be feeling a lot of heat from a few runners off the back straight and she will need to pull out a big effort to hold off some of her stronger competitors. It is a very interesting and strong heat and the winner should come from one of those three.

Top Four: 3 – 1 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Oakvale Flyer

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

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

 

Race 5 – 530M WA Oaks Heat Two – 10:32PM

Another quality line-up look set to do battle. Victorian superstar Mepunga Hayley should start short odds and if she can do everything right she should advance to next week’s rich final. Last week at The Meadows she bombed the start and she continued to find trouble in the run, however she picked herself up and continued to hit the line strongly. Prior to that defeat she had strung together five consecutive wins and they were all in explosive fashion. During that stretch she was pinging the lids and recordings sizzling sectionals. There is a little bit of early speed in this event, but if she happens to step on terms she will have too much natural speed for her rivals.

Queensland Speedster Le Sirenuse is making her WA debut and comes here with strong open class form in her home state. Her box manners can be a little bit of a concern at times but when she hits the ground she does muster pace at a rate of knots. Although she is a keen railer, tonight’s draw shouldn’t be too much of a disadvantage. From the pink if she misses the kick she will still get plenty of room to muster speed. Free Candy appears to be the only other winning hope in this event, she has won six of 15 here and her quick 30.46 PB was recorded in her last start win. She isn’t armed with an abundance of early speed but if she gets enough room in the first 50m she should be able to hold her position.

Top Four: 2 – 8 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 2/7,8/4,5,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 2/7,8 ($2 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 530M WA Oaks Heat Three – 10:50PM

This is probably the most exciting heat for mine. WA star Gone To Heaven will do battle with two gun interstate visitors in Mepunga Moss and Chica Destacada. It’s always hard to tip against the home field advantage but I am a huge fan of Chica Destacada. Prior to her last start defeat she really caught my eye with two blistering Wentworth Park wins in 29.51 and 29.49 respectively. Her latest win was from an awkward draw so tonight’s wide draw shouldn’t be too much of a concern.

Victorian raider Mepunga Moss is another who has been racing in sizzling form of late. Three starts ago she led throughout at Sandown when scoring in 29.43 and she followed that effort up with a brilliant second behind the in form Mepunga Hayley. She has a fair bit of pace drawn outside her tonight but she should have sufficient speed to fire through early. Local star Gone To Heaven rounds out the winning chances, she has the tremendous record of 10 wins from 16 tries here and she boasts a ridiculous 30.09 PB. My only concern with her is that she has been a tad disappointing in her past few and if she isn’t on the bunny she doesn’t always show her best.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 4 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 3,7/3,7/Field ($10 for 100%)

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

 

Race 7 – 530M WA Oaks Heat Four – 11:07PM

Oakvale Destiny is another star Victorian and he should give the Britton family another finalist. Two starts ago she unleashed a powerful finishing burst to score at Sandown Park in a smart 29.67 and on that effort she should have their measure here. The empty draw underneath should enhance her chances and I can see her settling around third through the first turn and she should take over off the back straight. She is likely to start fairly short but she is all class and I would be very surprised if she got rolled.

Regal Patch looms as the likely danger to the favourite, last week she showed solid early speed and was far from disgraced when placed here in solid time. This is obviously her toughest test but I don’t think it is totally beyond her. Angels Chorus and Kerry Spice appear to be the other place hopes as both have been racing here in consistent style.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 6/1,2,7/1,2,3,7 ($9 for 100%)

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

The Meadows Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 28th 2014

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Race 1 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 7:15PM

Oscura is a class act at his best and with an ounce of luck in the first 50m he will prove too good for these. Last start at Sandown from the same draw, he managed to step on terms and he found himself very close to the lead at the first bend. He later managed to real in the talented Premier Event in a more than handy 29.76. This race doesn’t appear to have a whole lot of depth and he really looks a good thing.

Dyna Fancy is the likely leader in the event and if she can reproduce the effort which saw her win here in 30.16 earlier this month, she will prove very hard to reel in. Obviously the last 50m is always a concern with her but she is likely to have set up a comfortable lead. Ozzie Bullet looks the other danger in the event, his record here isn’t flash but he has been racing in much stronger company of late. Especially is a former class sprinter but she has been really struggling. She has the ability to cause an upset if she can regain some confidence.

Top Four: 1 – 7 – 5 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1/4,5,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta: 1/4,5,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 7:37PM

Dyna Beth appears well graded in this event and if she can get away cleanly she should make light work of her opposition. Two starts ago she pinged the lids and reeled off a slick 5.03 to the first mark at Sandown before going down by less than a length to gun sprinter/stayer Dyna Kayla. There are clearly no Dyna Kayla’s in this event and if she can cross she should get the cash quite easily.

Galahad has been racing in consistent style of late against strong opposition and he too should be suited by the drop in class. He is very hit or miss at box rise but his past two runs at Warragul behind Allen Malik have been hard to ignore. Outside of the top two it is quite an even affair, however Airbound is an improving type and he has the ability to cause a boil over. Last start he hit the line solidly here and he could be a value bet to run a place.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 5 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dyna Beth

Trifecta: 3,8/3,8/Field ($12 for 100%)

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

Quinella: 8 to rove with 3,5,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 600M Grade 5 – 8:00PM

Abbey’s Hand has been a little disappointing of late but tonight she has a suitable wide draw and this race isn’t overly strong. If you go back through her form, she has turned in some monster performances behind the likes of Kang Bale and Mermaid Princess and she is much better suited over the 600m trip.

Outside of Abbey’s Hand it is a pretty even affair. Crafty Maisy, Hession Boots, Gemstone Jack and Blue Viper all have potential to feature. I’ve decided to put Crafty Maisy in for second, last week over this trip she settled in a prominent position before getting poleaxed and with a clear run she would have figured in the finish. Hession Boots beat a class field at Horsham on Tuesday and he will be hitting the line very hard. My only concern with him is that he will get a long way back in the early stages. Blue Viper can’t win but she is a great chance to run a place, she refuses to go past the leader in her races but she is rarely far away.

Top Four: 6 – 7 – 5 – 8

Suggested Bets:

Boxed Quinella: 5,6,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

Exacta: 6,7/5,6,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

Trifecta: 5,6,7/5,6,7,8/1,5,6,7,8 ($27 for 100%)

 

Race 4 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 8:20PM

Humphrey Bale has a top record over this trip and he looks to have the edge over most of his rivals. Three starts ago he led all the way in a handy 30.18 and it appears that he should have sufficient speed to cross again tonight. He has broken 30 seconds here before and a similar run would be enough to salute in this.

Lethal Three is better known for her staying prowess, however from the rails draw she should be able to settle closer to the pace than normal. Prior to commencing her staying career, she had recorded a number of fast sprinting wins. All In Troy must be kept somewhat safe as he is a fast beginner and he has been racing in strong fashion on the country circuit, whilst Dyna Fulcrum is always thereabouts in this type of company.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Humphrey Bale

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

Quinella: 8 to rove with 1,2,6

 

Race 5 – 525M Mixed 4/5 – 8:37PM

To kick off the quaddie we are going to have a short priced favourite off the red, however I think he is going to be under the odds and it may be worth taking him on. Reckless Brown could put some value into the quaddie, three starts ago he beat the talented Kraken Classy in convincing style at Bendigo over 500m and he is normally very reliable at box rise. He has won here in a solid 30.43 previously but I think he can go a little faster on the bunny.

Blurred Lines is the obvious favourite and if he steps cleanly and leads he will get the cash. I’m willing to take the chance that he misses the kick from the red alley. If we are going wide in the quaddie, it is worthwhile to put in the likes of Squall Bale, April Rose and Sisco Good. Sisco Good has been racing in strong company of late and he should get a nice cart across from Reckless Brown in the early stages.

Top Four: 6 – 1 – 7 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Reckless Brown and Sisco Good at the value.

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,6,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 600M Grade 5 – 8:57PM

In what is a high quality affair, it is really hard to look past the in form Searle Bale. Last week from a similar draw at Sandown she shanghaied out and set a scorching pace before recording a 34.08 victory. In that event she never looked in doubt and with a similar beginning tonight she should repeat the dose.

Tick Bale looms as the obvious danger after he scored a commanding 34.62 Geelong win last week. On that occasion he had to overcome some difficulties early but once he got into some open space he really powered to the line. Musquin Bale is a classy type and must also be respected, however tonight’s box draw will definitely work against him.

Top Four: 8 – 7 – 6 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Searle Bale

Trifecta: 6,7,8/5,6,7,8/1,2,5,6,7,8 ($36 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 9:20PM

Allen Gravion has been racing with minimal luck and success of late but I believe he is capable of a lot more. He has been missing the kick and finding bother, but he has still been hitting the line hard and is threatening to win races. Tonight I’m anticipating that he may step away a little better and he may in fact be in front or in the top two as they head into the first bend. I believe he is around a 30 flat to 30.10 dog untouched and that should be enough to win.

Amadeus Strikes is all class and she is another who hasn’t experienced a lot of luck recently. If the outside division don’t come across too quickly she should be able to follow Allen Gravion across in the early stages and she will make her presence felt. Jersey Jack and Trail Blazing both have big motors but they will both need to getaway on terms and avoid any trouble early.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 6 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Each Way Allen Gravion

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

Quinella: 4 to rove with 5,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 525M Grade 5 Final – 9:40PM

Exciting sprint prospect Shamus Allen is unbeaten in seven starts, with his latest four victories being here over this trip. Although he is a keen railer and therefore drawn poorly tonight, he has shown enough early speed in his recent victories to suggest that he will have no trouble crossing. His heat winning time of 30.11 was solid, but the most impressive part of the victory was his ability to pick himself up after copping a big knock soon after boxrise.

Shoulders finally showed Victoria what he has to offer with a sizzling 29.94 heat win and obviously if he repeats that effort he will take a power of beating. The only concern with him is that he is not the most reliable of beginners and he needs room in the first 50m. American Muscle continues to impress and work his way through the grades. Box six is not ideal but I would expect him to get back in the field in the early stages anyway.

Top Four: 8 – 3 – 6 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 8/1,3,6/Field ($18 for 100%)

Exacta: 3,8/1,3,6,8 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 10:05PM

Tasmanian superstar Hellyeah Bolt has come across to the mainland and appears well graded in this event. A winner of 23 from his 37 starts, this black speedster should have no trouble finding the early lead and scoring a commanding win. He resumed from a month off with a top 30 flat Launceston win and he should be even better for that effort. You won’t see any flashy odds but he is simply better than these and it is worthwhile anchoring him upfront in your exotics.

Vanger Bale is making his fourth race appearance and he is obviously quite inexperienced, however he really caught my eye when winning at Sandown Park recently in a slick 29.64. He isn’t blessed with a heap of early speed but he has great mid-race pace and he can make his presence felt. Lektra Brave has been flying over the 390m trip at Ballarat and he has no issues with the step up to 525m as he has won here previously. Keep an eye out for any betting moves on NSW chaser Gaudi, prior to his recent run of outs he showed tremendous potential and he may be able to find his feet for his new kennel.

Top Four: 4 – 5 – 7 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 4/3,5,7/Field ($18 for 100%)

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

Quinella: 4 to rove with 3,5,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 10:25PM

Very tough race but I have settled on the Karen Leek trained Billy Rocket. Earlier in his career he was a very reliable beginner, however of late he has been a little inconsistent. Tonight I’m hoping he can ping the lids and if he leads at the first bend his opposition will find it hard to reel him in. Three starts ago he won at Cranbourne impressively in 30.40 and earlier in his career he did post a PB run here of 29.94.

Coulta Rock looms as the danger based on his sizzling 29.52 Sandown Park win two runs ago. On that occasion he missed the start but he then showed a tremendous turn of foot to take the lead as they headed into the first turn. If he can avoid trouble in the first 50m he will definitely make an impact. Heidi Go Seek and Al Moran are both class chasers and if either of them happen to ping the lids they should play a part. Overall it’s a very open affair and it may be worth backing a couple of runners at the overs.

Top Four: 4 – 6 – 5 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Billy Rocket and Coulta Rock (should double your money at worst)

 

Race 11 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 10:42PM

Fort Allen set the track alight at Geelong recently when recording a 22.31 win over the 400m journey. On that occasion he showed dazzling mid race speed and he hit the line strongly. I know there is a big difference between 400m and 525m, but he has won here in the past on six occasions and I expect that he will have a big lead off the back straight tonight.

Mepunga Fearon is the obvious danger. He has scored three brilliant wins on the trot and he seems to be getting away a lot quicker at present. He has been placed in three of his four tries over this trip and with some luck early he should add to his consistent stats here. Punch It returned to form at Geelong recently with a top 34.66 win and she is probably better suited back to this journey and can run a big race at odds.

Top Four: 2 – 4 – 3 – 7

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Fort Allen

Exacta: 2,4/2,3,4,7 ($6 for 100%)

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

 

Race 12 – 525M Grade 5 Heat – 11:02PM

Herbivorous is showing plenty of potential and he appears to be getting stronger with every run. His last two efforts have seen him record placings at Geelong over 460m in very fast times and I think tonight he should be able to get a very cheap lead. He should go around at the $7 or $8 mark and appears to be great each-way value.

Bing Gordyn is drawn to run a monster race, however he does tend to find a lot of trouble and he doesn’t like to be crowded in his races. If he can get an ounce of luck in running he should be in the finish. Veetee Turbo had no luck when resuming from a spell recently and he should be much better for the run, whilst Kerrigan Bale looked super impressive when scoring at Cranbourne recently in 30.13.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 7 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Each Way Herbivorous

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,5,7 ($6 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$80 for 100%)

Albion Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 26th 2014

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Race 1 – 520M Novice – 6.44pm

Tough first race as usual but I’m going with Velocity Mist, who has started even money at both her 520M starts. She has burnt up the track over 395m here at Albion and should fire out and lead for a long long way tonight. Sheza Good Girl looks second pick and should lob handy early. Giggling Panther is a run on type and should be getting home hard. Bella Narcissus looks the best of the rest.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 3 – 4 – 1
Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 2 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.05pm

Just Like Tina has shown she’s better than average and she should notch up her first class one meeting win. She’s speedy early and solid to the line, she should win. More Aries could be a big smokey, he needs to jump and get forward early, but should he land forward he’s a chance. Out West and Blue Den look the best of the rest. Kira Kawati could be a run on chance with luck.

Top Four Selections: 5 – 3 – 1 – 2
Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 5/1,2,3/1,2,3,7,8

 

Race 3 – 520M 5th Grade – 7.22pm

King Elliot has been knocking on the door to win and won’t get a better chance than this race tonight. He’s been very erratic at his last couple and really raced poorly. He should hum out tonight and pose a huge threat should he lead. Gunspeed has talent and looks right up to threatening. Gemma Dual pings and runs and should land handy and can hold on to a place. Lulu’s Lad has a smart PB and can work his way into clear room to place.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 4 – 1 – 5
Suggested Bet:

Win bet on King Elliot
Trifecta: 3,4/1,3,4/1,3,4,5,7,8

 

Race 4 – 520M Winter Cup Heat 1 – 7.41pm

Brilliant race full of high quality dogs, with some of the best locals trying to topple the young champ Keybow. Hew should get a clear run from the get go and the son of Take The Kitty should be far to good. Cyndie’s Special was brilliant here last week running a fast PB of 29.88 from box one. Rose Of Galo is a brilliant beginner, but gets tired if she can’t lead all the way. Not Held is a class act and can fill a place now that he’s back in form.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 1 – 3 – 6
Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 5 – 520M Winter Cup Heat 2 – 8.05pm

Another cracking heat with some mighty fine chasers. Late Angel Lee drops back from the 710m trip to contest a group one heat. I believe connections should of left him sprinting and made this their aim instead of targeting the 710m Gold Cup. He did equal the track record from the red, so if he jumps tonight I expect him to win. Buckle Up Wes is the classiest runner of the race and a brilliant chaser, if he pings and goes they won’t catch him. Spud Regis is another superstar who has obviously been targeted towards this race and is now in training with Tony Brett. Love Kills is smart dog and he’ll certainly give his all.

Top Four Selections: 1 – 2 – 5 – 6
Suggested Bet:

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2,5/1,2,5,6,7

 

Race 6 – 520M Winter Cup Heat 3 – 8.25pm

Awesome Project is one of the best dogs going around at present. His form is outstanding of late and he’s stopping the clock in quick time as well. I’m unsure if he has trialled, but if he handles the track and jumps he’ll win. Duchess Bale is a brilliant bitch who can run fast time and she should come out running and pose a threat. Top Story is a super local chaser but has drawn the wrong side of the track tonight. Chant has pace but is unlikely to trouble these tonight.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 5 – 1 – 4
Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 7 – 520M Winter Cup Heat 4 – 8.44pm

Another cracking affair that looks a race for the locals. Flash Reality is a brilliant pup and has been given a slight freshen up for this. He should relish box eight and and lead all the way. Peter’s Pick is another serious pup but he lacks the early brilliance needed to climb the Group One ranks. Victorian raider Mepunga Armagh has talent but the box could be his undoing. Captain Clarrie is a local chaser who gives his all every start.

Top Four Selections: 8 – 7 – 6 – 3
Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 8 – 520M Winter Cup Heat 5 – 9.08pm

Gimme Fuel is a fast beginner and a strong dog. If he can clear Yogi Blue early and find the top he should win. Kiss Me Ketut is unbeaten here and a group one winner, so he’ll be super hard to hold out. Yogi Blue is a local chaser who has shown he can match the best. He needs to lead, but if he can he will give some serious cheek. Placid Planet is an interesting runner now trained by Tony Brett. He and hasn’t started for over 6 months, but has a fast PB here so don’t leave him out.

Top Four Selections: 2 – 6 – 1 – 4
Suggested Bet:

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

 

Race 9 – 600M 4th/5th Grade – 9.28pm

Rumble Street pinged and won easily last week from box six much to my dismay. I backed her in her previous two starts only to watch my money go down the drain. She steps up to 600m tonight where she has won in fast time. If she pings again tonight she should win. Premier’s Reign is racing consistently and she’ll pose a threat. Abbey Corsair is as strong as they come, so expect her to be powering home. Hougenie loves the track and has a smart PB. She’ll run on late along with Bellisimo Belle, who is likely to lob handy.

Top Four Selections: 6 – 7 – 5 – 3
Suggested Bet:

Win bet on Rumble Street
Trifecta: 6,7/5,6,7/1,3,5,6,7,8

 

Race 10 – 520M 5th Grade – 9.52pm

Fancy Stitches drops a long way in grade here tonight and I expect that to be enough for her to win. She’s fair early with good drive and a fast PB of 30.00. With a clear run she wins. Rainbow Rex is a great money spinner and is sure to challenge here at some stage. Tejay’s Tiger has been around the mark of late and is likely to challenge. Auriga Doll drops back from the 710m trip, but is well drawn and a likely place hope.

Top Four Selections: 3 – 1 – 4 – 6
Suggested Bet:

Win bet on Fancy Stitches
Trifecta: 3/1,4/1,4,6,7

 

Quadrella

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

$24.00 for 100%

 

Best Bet:
Race 3 Box 3 King Elliot
Race 10 Box 3 Fancy Stitches.

Both runners are trained by Reg Hazelgrove, it looks a great all up bet.

Best Roughie:
Race 2 Box 2 More Aries Eachway.

Sandown Park Greyhounds Tips & Betting Preview June 26th 2014

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Race 1 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:08PM

In what is a handy race to open up the card, I think there are only two genuine winning chances in Elite Faze and Rinash. Although Rinash is drawn better, I’m going to give the edge to the ultra consistent Elite Faze.

Two starts ago she pounced on the early lead and scored a brilliant 25.77 Geelong win. On that occasion she posted extremely fast splits and smashed a quality line-up. She is making her Sandown Park debut tonight but I think she can cross in the early stages she should be able to set up a monster lead off the back straight. Obviously the last 50m will be a little concern but outside Rinash this isn’t an overly strong field.

Rinash scored a solid 29.91 win here from this draw last week and with an ounce of luck he should fill the quinella spot. The time wasn’t too flashy last time but I believe he is around a 29.60 dog on the bunny. Lovey and Hello Stranger appear to be the only other two chances, both have early speed and perform best when out in front. I don’t think either of them can lead tonight so place claims appear best. Worth noting that reserve Boston Heart has shown talent at Bendigo and he is a member of the strong McDonald team, so keep him safe if he gains a start.

Top Four: 8 – 1 – 6 – 2

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Elite Faze

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

Quinella: 1,8

Trifecta: 8/1,2,5,6/1,2,5,6 ($12 for 100%)

 

Race 2 – 515M Grade 5 – 7:25PM

Another good quality race and I think the inside division hold the key. Proven Streak looks perfectly placed in the two box and she is drawn to get a clear passage at the first turn when Santa’s Special drifts wide. In recent times she has been racing without any luck but on each occasion she has hit the line very strongly. If you can get around the $7.50 she is definitely worth a crack each way.

Santa’s Special is drawn to punch through and lead and she is capable of running very fast times on the bunny. Two starts ago she showed her true talent when she reeled in the classy Bottom Dollar at Ballarat in a handy 25.64. On that occasion she hit the line strongly and the extra trip shouldn’t pose too much of a problem. He Isn’t Really is also a strong chance in this event, he is likely to get a long way out of his ground early, but he will unleash a powerful finishing burst. It may be worthwhile anchoring him for second and third in your exotics. All One Size must also be kept safe as he was far from disgraced when placed here last week after getting a long way back in the early stages.

Top Four: 2 – 1 – 3 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Trifecta: 1,2/1,2,3,4/1,2,3,4,6,8 ($24 for 100%)

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

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

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

Boxed Quinella: 1,2,3,4 ($6 for 100%)

 

Race 3 – 595M Novice Final – 7:44PM

Mepunga Mission was surprisingly slow to begin last week but he managed to work his way through the field before scoring a strong 34.51 heat win. Tonight he exits the same draw but I think he will step away a little better tonight and he should be able to find the lead as they past the post the first time. Obviously Blinkers On will be hard to hold out based on his big heat win, but I don’t think there is a lot between these two talent wise and Mepunga Mission will be a long way in front of the favourite mid race.

Blinkers On is the obvious danger and if he finds himself close to the lead at first turn he will take some holding out. Last week in his heat he used his rails draw to advantage when scoring a breathtaking 34.18 heat win, tonight I don’t believe he will get things his own way in the early stages so he will be relying heavily on luck. Outside of the top two, Josee and Jingellic look to be the likely chances to fill third spot. Josee showed good early speed in her heat placing and she may run a cheeky race again.

Top Four: 8 – 4 – 2 – 5

Suggested Bets:

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

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

Win bet on Mepunga Mission

 

Race 4 – 715M Grade 5 – 8:08PM

Zipping Rory has been racing in very consistent fashion of late and he produced a big performance when placed here last week. Tonight’s event doesn’t appear to have a whole of lot early speed so if he can get away on terms he should be able to drive to the early lead. His last two starts suggest that he is getting stronger with every start and at the even money tonight he looks to be a solid investment.

Kim Keeping is another who has been racing in good form and she looks the logical danger based on her 42.31 win here two runs back. The only knock on her is that she can tend to bomb the start and with a number of slow beginners in this event she may get strung up in traffic. Fantasizzing doesn’t have the greatest record here but she looks the next best. She is also likely to settle back in the field, but she does have a good finish and outside of the two favourites this is a very weak race.

Top Four: 6 – 5 – 8 – 4

Suggested Bets:

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

Trifecta: 6/5/8

Quinella: 5,6

Win bet on Zipping Rory.

 

Race 5 – 595M Mixed 4/5 – 8:28PM

The Brooke Ennis trained My Bro Fabio and Dream It are likely to be the top two fancies in this event, however I don’t they are suited and both are really under the odds. Go Mobo has been racing in great heart over the middle distances of late and he has showed that he is getting stronger and stronger with every run. With a clean beginning he should be able to roll to the early lead and the favourites will find it hard to reel him in when he is running around the 34.20 mark on the bunny.

Dream It looked super impressive when scoring at The Meadows last week in 29.91 and the way he has been hitting the line suggests that he will have no problem running out the trip. The only little concern for him tonight is the wide draw on the bend start, he can be very hit or miss at boxrise and he will need to do everything right early on. My Bro Fabio, like his kennelmate, has given every indication that he is looking for this journey. Unfortunately he is also a slow beginner and he will need the breaks as they head through the first bend. Bazza’s Gift could be the smokey in the event, he has enough speed to match Go Mobo early and he is fairly strong in the run to the line.

Top Four: 5 – 7 – 6 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on both Go Mobo and Bazza’s Gift at the value

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

Trifecta: 4,5,6,7/4,5,6,7/1,4,5,6,7,8 ($48 for 100%)

 

Race 6 – 515M Mixed 4/5 – 8:52PM

The pacy Premier Event showed a return to form when placed here last week and he appears well graded in this event. His 5.09 first section should be enough to lead this field and he should hit the line a little better tonight. He has won her previously in 29.49, but a 29.70 run should be enough to score here.

Cobra Bale can be a very hard chaser to follow at times but when he is switched on he is quite brilliant. From the pink draw I’m thinking that he should get a fairly clear passage in the early stages and he may be able to show his true ability. Soul Eater is another hard one to follow but he showed a return to form at Ballarat last time and he is drawn to feature in this event. His box manners can let him down on occasions but he has a wonderful turn of foot and he should make his presence felt at odds.

Top Four: 4 – 8 – 1 – 3

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Premier Event and Soul Eater (Soul Eater should be value)

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,8 ($3 for 100%)

Trifecta: 1,4,8/1,4,8/1,2,3,4,5,7,8 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 7 – 515M Grade 5 – 9:11PM

Very tough race but I think former star chaser Hello Good Bye might be able to return to the winners list. Although beaten, his recent form isn’t that bad and he has produced some quality efforts against some class opposition. Tonight there isn’t a whole lot of speed drawn around him and he should be able to settle in the top two. This race lacks genuine depth and I think he is likely to be over the odds.

Wise Ella should loom as a big threat after she showed a return to form at Geelong two weeks ago. On that occasion she got away nicely and set up a massive lead midrace before going on to win by a whopping 13 lengths in a sizzling 34.69. I know she is dropping back in distance here, but the two 600m races may have helped her regain some early speed and confidence. Great Spartacus must also be respected on his strong placing here last week. He doesn’t win here very often but he did post his slick 29.58 PB here from this draw and he has been racing in consistent form of late.

Top Four: 6 – 2 – 7 – 1

Suggested Bets:

Win bets on Hello Good Bye and Wise Ella

Boxed Quinella: 2,6,7 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 8 – 515M Free For All – 9:35PM

Marcus Joe is resuming from a short spell and he should be primed for a bold showing. He is normally very reliable early and he finds himself in a race which lacks genuine early speed. He has broken five seconds to the first marker here previously and he consistently goes around 5.06. A repeat of that should see him get across quite comfortably. The only small concern with him is that he may get tired in the last 50m, but he should have set up a big enough break mid race.

Nockabout Aussie is probably not that well drawn but the speed underneath him should be a positive. If he can step on terms he should get a nice cart across from Marcus Joe in the early stages and he has been racing in sizzling form of late. He tends to find a lot of trouble but he is going so well at the moment he is always a chance. Cornelius Fudge is drawn to settle a lot closer to the speed tonight and he has a top record here. I’m not overly convinced on his winning chances but I think is he a lock for 3rd or fourth. Corridor is resuming from a spell and he is a gun when on song, watch for any significant betting moves.

Top Four: 7 – 8 – 1 – 5

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Marcus Joe

Boxed Quinella: 1,5,7,8 ($6 for 100%)

First Four: 5,7,8/5,7,8/1/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 5,7,8/5,7,8/Field/1 ($30 for 100%)

 

Race 9 – 595M Grade 5 – 9:55PM

Dundee Toro led for a long way over this trip last week and from the same draw he should find the lead again. Last week he appeared to get a little tired in the run home but he should be a lot better for that run. There are only a couple of chances in this event but most of the other chances are poorly drawn and risky beginners. Off the red he is probably going to be a little under the odds but he really does look suited.

Fearless Bert is a very hard dog to follow and he is disliked by most punters. He is blessed with enormous ability but he misses the kick more often than not and if there is trouble to be found, he will find it. Having said all of that, last week at Sandown he showed good signs when runner up behind the in form Lobby Lu. You’re going to be nervous going into the first bend but if he gets through unscathed he will be right in it. Ever Alert stepped up to the 600m journey at The Meadows last week and scored a strong 34.65 win. He is obviously a great chance but the only concern is that he may be posted wide as they head into the first bend. Kayo Marciarno is the run on dog in the event. He will get a long way back early but he is worth anchoring for third and fourth in your exotic bets.

Top Four: 1 – 4 – 8 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet Dundee Toro

First Four: 1,4,8/1,4,8/6/Field ($30 for 100%)

First Four: 1,4,8/1,4,8/Field/6 ($30 for 100%)

Boxed Quinella: 1,4,8 ($3 for 100%)

 

Race 10 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:12PM

The speedy Yakamov Bale has been going great guns of late and if he can reproduce the performance which saw him win at Geelong recently in 29.85, he will prove very hard to run down. There are a couple of quick beginners in this event but he is normally very reliable at box rise and he has a great turn of foot. He should have enough speed to cross in the early stages and while running 29.60 on the bunny he will prove too hard to run down.

Fighting Fang has been racing in consistent style recently and he is drawn to get a nice cart across in the early stages. He has won three times over this trip and he was far from disgraced when placed here two runs ago. Strange Wish looms as a great chance also, he has a top record over this trip and he is dropping in class from his recent racing. His box manners aren’t the best but if he can hold his ground through the first bend he will make his presence felt.

Top Four: 7 – 8 – 2 – 4

Suggested Bets:

Boxed Quinella: 2,7,8 ($3 for 100%)

Win bets on Yakamov Bale and Fighting Fang (much more on Yakamov Bale)

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

 

Race 11 – 595M Grade 5 – 10:32PM

Very tough race but I have decided to settle on the likely leader Miss Society. Last start she turned in a great performance at Cranbourne over 520m and tonight from the red draw she should be able to lead easily and run her opponents off their legs. She has won here previously in a fairly steady 34.78 but I think she is capable of going much quicker than that.

Peter Pettigrew has been crying out for this distance range and he is drawn to get the perfect sit behind the red. He normally gets a long way back early, however like most runners when they step up in distance, he is likely to show a little more early dash and he should be able to settle much closer to the speed. Zipping Casper appears to be the other genuine winning chance after he produced a barnstorming finish to score at The Meadows last week in 34.84. On that occasion he ripped home from well back and he looked very strong in the run home. I don’t think the outside division will get into the race tonight.

Top Four: 1 – 2 – 3 – 6

Suggested Bets:

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

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

Win bets on Miss Society and Peter Pettigrew

 

Race 12 – 515M Grade 5 – 10:52PM

Dynamic Punch has been racing in very consistent fashion of late and he really looks well graded in this event. Four starts ago he charged home to win at Warrnambool in smart time and his past two starts here have seen him place second, on both occasions he was unlucky and probably should have won those events. Superstar Magic should carve left at box rise and make the race for him and if you can land $3.50 or better, that is great value.

Sisco Good is normally a reliable beginner and he should be able to make up for his luckless efforts of late. Prior to his three luckless runs, he really caught the eye with a strong 30.11 Meadows win. This isn’t an overly strong race and with a clean getaway he should make his presence felt. Proven Earner has a top record here and he only needs an ounce of luck early to feature, whilst Superstar Magic is hit or miss at boxrise, but if he can hit he should be able to burn to the lead and will give a sight at odds.

Top Four: 7 – 3 – 2 – 6

Suggested Bets:

Win bet on Dynamic Punch

Quinella: 7 to rove with 2,3,6 ($3 for 100%)

 

Quaddie

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

$135 for 100%

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

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

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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

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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

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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

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

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