Lismore Greyhounds Race 7 Box 2 Dulcie Dee 8.42pm
Dulcie Dee, trained by Frank and Edith Hancock, hails from the very successful Collision-Dulcinea litter who have all become top class greyhounds. The litter includes track record breaker Mr. Babicci, Battistuzzi and others. Dulcie Dee put in a brilliant run last start when running third at Albion Park on a bog track. She’s not generally that strong at the end of her races, but got home hard in the run to the line. Dulcie Dee is usually a speedy beginner who wins her races early on, by spearing the lids and taking off and she should be able to do that here tonight and she looks the outright winner.
She has a great record here at Lismore with eight starts for four wins and three placings with a best time of 30.13. Box two is the only box she is yet to win from in her short career, so that alone demonstrates her ability. She should however put a end to that tonight once she crosses the line first. It’s hard to determine her starting price, as there are a couple in this race that can also win.
Box one runner Teddy’s Jackpot can win and she is suited by the red. Glamour Row can ping from box three and lead all the way, and last weeks winner I’m I Said could blouse them all should he ping and run a time he looks capable of. With all that being said I do like Dulcie Dee and expect her to lead all the way from box two.
Gosford Greyhounds Race 6 Box 8 Snow Shiraz 8.39pm
Show Shiraz should give theses win burn here tonight in a race that looks very poor behind the favourite. He has won in fast time at Wentworth Park and run solid time at Richmond over the tough 618 meter trip. He should jump nicely from box eight and should cruise around the outside of these, before putting the race beyond doubt. He is an old dog but hasn’t had all that many starts and his trainer has chosen to race him at a variety of tracks.
He has raced here at his past two starts and both times has finished behind Hope’s Fancy. She isn’t engaged in this race tonight. This field does have a number of dogs that can win, but are either struggling for form, or are past their best. If odds of about $3.00 pop up for the son of Bombastic Shiraz I suggest loading up.
He looks a great bet and tonight looks his night.
Warragul Greyhounds Race 7 Box 2 Turbo Norris, 8.50pm
Turbo Norris is a son of Knocka Norris and could salute in this if he finds himself jumping away well with clear running. He has a big motor, but at times struggles to get forward on his races and generally finds himself chasing bums. Tonight’s run is his only his second back from a spell and he should strip much fitter and be eager to race. He can ping the lids and if he manages to head off box one runner Buckle Up Lara he should find the fence first and prove hard to run down on the bunny.
He is yet to race here, but don’t let that deter you, it could bring the best out of him. Box four runner Relius Bale is the main hope after he flew at Bendigo a few starts back, but he can be slow to begin and may get caught up in traffic early on.
Best of Luck
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