Greyhound racing best bets and top odds Tuesday November 21, 2017

Tuesday greyhound racing tips

WE have had a short break from the tips, but with a huge week ahead we’re hoping to be back with a bang today.

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Greyhound racing best bets – Tuesday November 21, 2017

Lismore R3 No.1 Marilena Franco: Been in great form, finishing second here last week behind her sister in fast time before running a quality race at Wentworth Park on Saturday night. Well drawn on the fence to bounce straight on the bunny and lead all the way.

Gosford R8 No.7 Big Bang Tears: Not particularly suited by the drop in distance, but he is a class animal and only bad luck should beat him. Smaller field is an advantage and he should get plenty of room to wind up and put himself in contention for the title. If he finds the front he is capable of easily breaking the 30 second barrier and that should see him prove to good.

Gosford R11 No.1 Chevy Prince: Not going as well as he was 12 months ago but still more than capable of landing the prize here. Suitably drawn on the inside and if he can hold his spot on the fence he will be very hard to beat. Goodwin Terry is the obvious danger, but he is poorly drawn off the track and if Chevy Prince gets a crack at them I can’t see Goodwin Terry running past him.

Warragul R8 No.4 Aston Selena: Quality bitch which has been racing some tough opposition at Sandown and The Meadows. Box four no help, but she has good pace once she hits the ground and with clear running she will be very hard to beat.