Greyhound Racing Tips For Thursday 17th October 2013

Albion Park Greyhounds Race 7 Box 1 Ah Gee Lass 8.52pm

I remember when Dean Turley first brought this bitch from Sydney, and started her here at Albion on a Monday night. She went like a rocket and won at odds of around $30 from the middle box, running 30.08. The time was quite surprising for me, and I know just as surprising for Dean. Since that win she’s been around the mark but hasn’t lived back up to that run. She was only just beaten in solid time last start over the 600m, and I’ve seen plenty of dogs come back from a 600m run and win over the 520. Even if she hadn’t posted that solid run last start over the 600, I’d still be tipping her from the cherry and against this ordinary field. She’s certainly got a motor and is way way overdue for a win. Not the best of beginners, but as long as she can get out and stay in touch rounding the first turn, she should be far to strong through the middle stages of this race. Big chance and boxed well.

Angle Park Greyhounds Race 6 Box 4 Miss Mozoltov 8.58pm

The ex Jason Thompson runner has made me a small fortune of late. They sent her across to WA where she failed to fire a shot, but since coming to SA Troy Murray has her flying. She flew out and scorched around Gawler last start, and I see no reason why she won’t do the same here tonight and break 30.00. She’s very fast early and can run solid sectionals. The middle box won’t worry her and she should spear the lids and take plenty of catching. It will be a interesting race however if box 1 runner, Long Gully Court comes out running with her. She too is capable of breaking 30 and expect her to be in the firing line throughout.

Dapto Greyhounds Race 3 Box 7 Jan Jet 8.11

I actually backed this bitch at Coonamble when she won there over the carnival recently. I remember watching her a liking the way in which she won, around the tight grass circuit. She’s run solid time at Richmond and Take the Kitty’s offspring do seen to have strength on there side. It’s a poor field with very little competition engaged, and if she can get away safely she may be a little to talented for these here in this. Box 8 runner Stately Striker is also a threat, but he may be the undoing of out selection, if he decides to cut across her and take her out. It’s a tough race and they look the winning pair, but bet carefully.

Hobart Greyhounds Race 10 Box 1 Cosmic Eagle 10.50pm

This fellow generally saves his best for Devonport, but he does wind up really well from inside boxes. He’s tardy early and that often brings him undone in his races but he finishes them off like a train, and often comes from near last. It’s not a hard race and this is the sort of race he can win. The danger is the well performed and travelled Tiger Toes, who can run fast times and is well suited by the one turn track. The question is though how he goes first up, over here and over this distance. Eachway both dogs.

Sandown Greyhounds Race 1 Box 2 Surf’s Up Nova 7.05pm

I was impressed by the run of thus fellow last stat at Tralagon, where he was beaten by his littermate. He was away well but just got tightened and out sped for a little bit, but rallied really hard in the run to the line. He may find himself getting forward here in this, and I’d he manages to he’ll be a different dog in the bunny. It’s always hard to win in town as a youngster, but this fellow looks above average and if he’s at fair odds he’s worth a little flutter. The danger is Ozzy Bale, and he’s sure to win one sooner or later; but box 7 makes it tough and he’ll be spotting the early leaders a start.

Best Of Luck

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