Neds offer refund tonight at Dapto in race one if your bet loses

AUSTRALIA’S newest bookmaker is back with another cracking promotion for tonight’s opener at Dapto dogs.

When you place a fixed odds bet tonight on Dapto in race one you’ll get a full refund on your stake if your chosen greyhound doesn’t win, up to the value of $20.

To be a part of the promo, you need to hold a valid, active and funded betting account with Neds – so what are you waiting for? Sign-up now to be a part of this great offer.

The offer applies to the first win or each-way bet placed on the race and bets for the promotion can only be placed after 5pm AEST (6pm AEDST).

Before placing your bet, be sure to read the full terms and conditions at Neds.com.au to ensure you are eligible to be a part of the promo.

So who will win race one tonight at Dapto dogs?

Much like last week, we recommend avoiding the favourite and going for some value – worst case scenario your dog doesn’t win and you get your stake back in your account.

We’ve decided to go with Blitzem Miah (Goodesy x Fantastic Rose Dec ’15) which has landed the coveted rails alley.

She is having her first start, but has a couple of performance trials to her name. The first was over the track and trip here at Dapto in July – she came out terribly but mustered pace before dropping out to finish almost 11 lengths behind the winner in 30.36.

Wouldn’t mind betting she wasn’t quite right after that trial because she had two months off before heading to Goulburn where she clocked a competitive 25.65 on September 19.

The favourite in this race is the two – Extortionate (Exclusive One x Singapore Slip Jul ’14) which looks a handy bitch – but outside of her this seems a pretty steady race.

If Blitzem Miah can punch up and hold the lead she could pinch this race on the bunny.

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