Greyhound Betting Tips For Wednesday 31st July 2013

We have been on struggle street again lately and we can t seem to change our luck. It’s been a while since we have had a good run of winners, so here’s to hoping we can kick of our wining streak again here today.

Bulli Greyhounds Race 4 Box 1 Seven Sevens, 8.05pm

I haven’t been able to do a lot of study on this race, as most runners are only new to the racing game; but i do like the look of Seven Sevens who I have tipped before. He’s by Mantra Lad and has had the 4 starts to date with 1 placings here and he was only just beaten in fair time, from the same box. He’s got a tad bit of early toe and he should find the front here tonight from the cherry. He should be able to run around the 22.70 mark and that should see him win this here tonight. However there is a couple of handy first starters here who can also get the job done. Boxes 3 and 6 appear as if they can certainly salute here in this based on there solid performance trials at Richmond and Bulli respectively. I prefer to back runners who have had experience and Seven Sevens has that so we will stick with him here tonight.

Ballarat Greyhounds Race 5 Box 6 Fully Advanced 8.18pm

A shorter one here tonight but he looks unbeatable based on last weeks solid run. He took on Jason Thompson’s young gun Innocent Till and went well when challenging him early on, before fading a little in the run to the line. He’s got heaps of early toe and should ping and head straight to the front here in this. He’s dropping way down in grade here back to a 4th and 5th and he appears too classy and speedy for this line up. Apart from him, the Wheelers have nearly all the field engaged and its hard to split them up. Look for Hurunui Hitman as hes back form a lay off and will start to hit his straps shortly. Fully Advanced to win.

Cranbourne Greyhounds Race 5 Box 8 Pure Instinct 8.08pm

Its been a while since Pure Instinct has managed to win one, but he looks really well placed here tonight in this. He enjoys box 8 and Wayne Vassallo is capable of getting them up on there night. It’s a tough race but a few of the ,main dangers are getting on and have seen better days. He’s only had the one go here but hes got a motor and is capable of running low 30.40s when on song. He too is getting on a bit but should still have enough pace to find a forward position here early on. As long as Mepunga Geordie doesn’t get away early, look for Pure Instinct to be charging home late down the outside. Each way chance here.

Best of Luck

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