Greyhound Betting Tips For Wednesday 27th November 2013

Albion Park Greyhounds Race 9 Box 1 Diamond Chisel 5.32pm

I’ve been closely following this fellow from day one and strongly believe he’s got plenty more left in him. He’s only won the two races, but he’s knocked on the door a few times. Regally bred the son of Brett Lee and Ellie’s Diamond, he draws the cherry here tonight and if he jumps, should put himself right in this race. He goes better from a wider draw but should jump and roll off on the first turn, provided he doesn’t get himself tangled up, he should shoot through and find the bunny. Once on the bunny he should run around 23.00 dead and that’s easily good enough to win this. He won’t start favourite, but he does look a great eachway bet.

Angle Park Greyhounds Race 7 Box 8 Cool Merri 2.14pm

A last start winner at Gawler Cool Merri, won her maiden well in the average time of 23.36 from box 1, but this race is much much harder. She does however look to have plenty of improvement in her and will get a clear trouble here run here. Her dam Cool In Blue was a handy chaser and handled the longer trip. With natural improvement and a little luck, Cool Meri looks a nice eachway chance at odds.

Bulli Greyhounds Race 3 Box 8 Rexroth 7.48pm

Two dog race here with chances given to Rexroth and the talented Boyce Road. I’m quietly confident Rexroth can get the cash here from the perfect box 8 draw. He won extremely well here last start, and had to really dig in and fight to win. From box 6 here last start he run a very solid 26.41. He will need to run every bit of that here tonight, but with his main danger exiting from the squeeze box, box 5 he should get the jump on him early. The only other chance is given to Señor Speedy from box 1 but he’ll need loads of luck to beat these pair of flying machines.

Ballarat Greyhounds Race 9 Box 3 Dark Warrior 9.41pm

I really like the chances of Dark Warrior here in heat 5 of the Ballarat Cup. He’s a very fast dog up to 450m and really let’s rip from the get go. He should be leading these according to my speed map, or at least up there vying for the front. Like most dogs if he finds the top he’ll be super hard to run down. He’s won from every box and has had the one start for one win here. You can make a case here for most dogs, but I’ll stick with the early speed and proven front runner, Dark Warrior.

Best of Luck

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