Ipswich Greyhounds Race 10 Box 6 No Prisoners, 11.17pm
I think I’ve found a winner in the last at Ipswich, but unfortunately it’s not until race 10 at 11.17pm. No Prisoners for trainer Tom Tzouvelis looks the winner here, the son of Pure Octane and Absolute style is from a repeat mating, with the first litter producing the highly talented Praying Mantis. This fellow is no Praying Mantis, but he does have ability. He’s been racing over the 431 metre trip lately, but the step up to the 520 metre trip shouldn’t be a concern. I expect him to ping out and lead these and once in front he should be too good. He looks capable Of running 30.80 and that will be enough to win this by a couple of lengths.
The danger will be Nice Mover, who’s a talented type with a super quick 30.53 PB. If she jumps and finds the bunny she’ll probably run a similar time and just win. But she’s not racing as well as when she recorded that time and can’t be backed with confidence.
The Meadows Greyhounds Race 8 Box 4 Brent Bale, 9.43pm
Brent Bale has been knocking on the door for a whole now. It’s been over five months since the son of Dyna Lachlan has won a city race, but I reckon he’s building up to one. His run last week was solid considering he couldn’t lead. He should be able to lead theses tonight and if he does he could lead all the way if they jam up behind. There will be plenty of speed from the outside and if Brent Bale can ping and get away and lead, the outside
runners might find themselves coming together.
Box three runner Cornelius Fudge could be the smokey. It’s likely he’ll get back, but if they do jam he’ll no doubt have the rail and will look to rail up underneath them. He’ll be finishing really hard so maybe a saver on him.
Cannington Greyhounds Race 6 Box 8 Hillbilly Flash, 10.50pm
The Paul Stuart trained Hillbilly Flash was going to lead and get across last week from box eight before being smashed around the first turn and put completely out of play. He’s drawn the same box again here tonight against a very similar field. I see no reason why he can’t lead again tonight and it will only take a little but of luck, and he’ll get across and in front around the first turn. Once in front and on the bunny I can’t see anything running him down.
Group one winner Zelemar Fever is the danger and the class dog of the race. She’s broken 30.00 here multiple times and was unlucky also last week in the same race. She should fire and and be the main threat to Hillbilly Flash. It looks a great quinella race, so I suggest boxing runners 4 and 8 in an exacta. $2.00 for 100%.
Best of luck
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