Greyhound racing selections and betting preview March 1, 2018

Greyhound tips for Thursday

UNFORTUNATELY, we only got 1/3 on Tuesday, but we are determined to bounce back tonight and we think we have found some clear cut selections which should be winning with even luck.

We have chosen to combine our tips into a multi-bet to potentially give us a bigger return for a small outlay – because let’s face it who doesn’t like turning a little into a lot.

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Maitland R7 No.1 Black Forge

Not disgraced when placed second on debut here last week, running a handy 25.22 when beaten in sensational time. Gets the gun draw and provided he steps with them he should have the early toe to burn them off in the run to the first turn. Would not surprise if he got down around the 25.00 mark which should be good enough to win.

Angle Park R4 No.4 On Fire

Debuted over the longer journey with a stylish win last week. Clocked 43.46 on that occasion but that was on a slow track and he looks capable of shaving some time off that provided he can handle the one-week turnaround. Hard to tip anything against him because he just loves to win!

Angle Park R10 No.5 Victa Louise

Has had a short freshen-up after winning at Gawler on February 20 and looks poised to make it eight in a row here tonight. Doesn’t ping the lids, but does accelerate quickly so she only needs a bit of room and she should be able to find the front. Seems to be getting stronger with every run and there doesn’t look to be another dog here which could match her 29.80 personal best.

Sandown Park R4 No.8 Where Art Thou

Drops sharply in class on her most recent runs and shouldn’t be negatively effected by drawing box eight. Two starts back she flashed home to finish third in the Group 1 Rookie Rebel and she never got into the race last start when seventh behind Rippin’ Sam in a heat of the Super Stayers. Gets her chance to break through here tonight and clearly looks the one to beat.