Greyhound Betting Tips For Saturday 23rd November 2013

Ipswich Greyhounds Race 8 Box 2 Stalingrad 9.59pm

He’s a pretty consistent chaser this fellow and does have the ability to win this. His record here is good and he’s overdue for a win. He tends to track wide off the track early on, and he’s drawn to gain clear running with the dogs boxed around him. It’s not a good betting race with 5 or 6 genuine winning chances. So only go backing Stalingrad if he’s close to double figure odds.

The Meadows Greyhounds Race 7 Box 2 Born Ali 9.22pm

Robert Britton has made it well know he loves his stayers. Born Ali last start, ran unplaced behind the eventual Rob Britton trained winner of the Bold Trease, Cheetah Zorro. So there is no better form line then that to work on here to find the winner. It’s her second attempt at the 700, and I get the feeling she’ll adapt to the staying trip with more racing. She’s still capable of running 30.00 dead here for the 520m trip, so expect her to get out to a big lead here tonight against these. Once infront she should hold on to win but be careful taking unders here, she’s really only a $3.40 chance and nothing less at her second staying attempt. Punters chasing value may find it with box 1 runner Reckless Charm, who looks a rough eachway chance from the red.

Wentworth Park Greyhounds Race 7 Box 2 Mr. Fordham 9.30pm

The Warren and Jill Harper trainer Mr. Fordham is knocking on the door to win another here and should get his chance here tonight. Warren and Jill most recently trained star chaser Miagi who had great success as a stayer, and has been a success at stud. Mr. Fordham hasn’t really adapted to Wenty all that well, but there given him plenty of chance to find his feet here at headquarters. Box 2 will suit and he’ll get the run of the race in this. It appears a two dog race between box 1 and box 2 and I’ll stick with box 2 Mr. Fordham.

Best of Luck

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