Greyhound Betting Tips For Monday 10th June 2013

Greyhounds Race 5 Box 1 Andalucian 8.02pm
There’s plenty of winners tonight at Albion, but mostly all shortys. I’ve decided to go with the Robin Briant trained Andalucian. It’s a little hard to work out whether he’s well suited from box 1 or box 8, but he has been around the mark of late, and looks well suited tonight in this. He’s only won the 3 races which is a little worrying, bt he’s drawn the right field here tonight to salute. He should land 2nd or 3rd early on, and will look to mid way through. At eachway odds he looks a great bet.

Angle Park Greyhounds, Race 6 Box 7 Fair Change, 8.14pm

This race is a little tricky with, a couple of good dogs badly boxed. Fair Change might be worth a bet here if she’s fair odds, $3.00 would be about the right price. She’s a good beginner with plenty of early toe, but does need clear room once she jumps out. If she can ping a hold the lead or at worst, 2nd or 3rd, she should prove far to strong for this lot. Life’s Cool and Ikari Pedro will pose the biggest threat, with both dogs possessing plenty of early toe.

Bulli Greyhounds, Race 6 Box 1 Nothing’s To Good, 8.50pm

Plenty of winning chances here in this. Nothing’s Too Good looks a nice safe bet here after his good win two starts back. He’s done a but of traveling of late but I doubt it will have affected him. Although his own PB is a bit off a few of these, he does get the chance to improve on that here tonight. He’s seems to be able to from both ends, and he should land right in the speed here tonight. Box 1 is a huge advantage if it can be used, and this fellow will have no trouble using it to his advantage here tonight. Switch Up is the class runner, who is a powerful runner with a clear run. If he lands anywhere near our selection early on, we might need a but more the just luck to get home.

Launceston Greyhounds, Race 4 Box 3 Happy Tiger, 8.38pm

Theirs only two chances here in this tonight. One of my favorites Terror Time, and the only other chance Happy Tiger. Terror Time will start the favorite, but I reckon Happy Tiger can get the better of her here in this. He’s not as quick early but does have big alot of mid race acceleration. The trip shouldn’t be too much of a worry, and he can win this if he can head her of mid race. She’s going to skip away, but it should only take him 400m to pick her up. These two should race right away, and it looks a great multiple race behind the two favs.

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