In the opening heat we see Queensland trainer Tony Brett bringing down Bogie Ace to tackle the local speedsters.
Bogie Ace has won in fast times at the gold coast circuit and going on those wins the dog will prove hard to beat. Bogie Ace has won ten races at Albion Park and only missed a place 4 times from 26 starts.
The Mark Gatt trained Winsome Joe winner of 4 from 5 starts at Bulli with a personal best of 26.38 is nicely drawn in box seven and will give his supporters a great site at making the final.
Cool Flight winner of seven at Wentworth Park for trainer Sid Swain is nicely drawn in the one alley will be hard to toss if he can gain the lead.
Heat 2 is an even race, Bulli specialist Awesome Hustler starting from the red alley. Trained at Silverdale by Steven Konkolics has won 12 races at Bulli from 24 starts and has recorded a best time of 26.25 for the 472 trip.
Nimbastic trained at Berkshire Park by Owen Langley winner of six at Wentworth Park and three at Albion Park had his first start at Bulli last week for a second to Proven Diego will be much improved by the run and should figure in the finish.
The Tom Astbury trained Youngster Bluey Tadmore winner of both his starts at Bulli has plenty of speed and will be a major player in the final outcome with any luck at all.
Mountain Of Love will be charging home in the run for the judge for trainer Ruth Matic. Mountain Of Love has won six at Bulli with a personal best of 26.55.
Proven Chayse trained by Mark Azzopardi winner of all four starts at Bulli has recorded a time of 26.53, but will have to improve his box manners to be emerge the victor.
Little Feather trained by Kevin Herring at Austral is a handy bitch who has won four out of five at Bulli is nicely drawn in the eight alley, she is a fast beginner and will be near the lead early and could figure.
The Bruce Fletcher trained youngster Magnifique looks the winner in the third heat after his winning performance last week in the fast time 26.36. In all his three wins the dog has show an abundance of speed and this race appears the weakest of the four heats.
In the Final heat, we see Hasting Bale trained by Victorian Graeme Bate in the one alley will be having his first starts at Bulli, but going on the greyhounds Melbourne performances the dog will be the one to beat.
Kokoda Sun scored a convincing win at Bulli last Sunday in the time of 26.35 will be the main danger to the former for trainer Sam Sultana.
Disorderly trained by Northern Rivers trainer Neil Falls has recorded fast times at the gold coast circuit is a strong chance also in the race.
The heats are all fantastic and you will see greyhound racing at its very best and well worth the trip to Bulli to see Australia’s fastest sport in action