Free greyhound racing multi tips for Sunday July 12, 2015.

AFTER a terrific night of racing on Saturday things are starting to quieten down today, however there are still plenty of winners to be found around the country.

To help you get some extra cash in your betting accounts, our expert tipster Brad Bugeja has selected today’s best greyhound racing .

Today’s multi is excellent value, returning $8.35 for every dollar invested with .

Leg 1 – – Race 5: Neva’s Tree To Win $2.50

Neva’s Tree is normally a faultless beginner and she is currently in fantastic form having won two of her past three. Last time out she speared the lids and beat a quality lineup when recording a more than handy 22.76 over this journey. Tonight she is dropping in grade and there doesn’t appear to be anything in this race that can go with her. The two is a small concern, he has won 10 of 11 starts at Broken Hill but I think this is a big step up in class for him.

Leg 2 – Gawler – Race 8: Aston Archer To Place $1.67

Aston Archer has been placed in six of his past eight starts and he has been taking on some gun opposition in recent times. He hasn’t drawn too favourably tonight but there is very little speed drawn around him, so with a clean getaway he should get enough room to push through at the first bend. He is quite strong in the run home and he has been placed in his only try over this journey, he has a great chance of winning but I think the place option is safer for the multi.

Leg 3 – Park – Race 6: Wind Whistler To Win $2

Wind Whistler has a terrific record over this track and trip and he appears to have a fair bit on his rivals. He had been struggling for a little while, however last time out he showed a return to form when placed behind the classy Spring Leaf here. Tonight is a considerable drop in class for him and with any sort of luck in running he should be winning. The even money is a bit skinny but he does look the goods.

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