Albion Park Greyhounds Race 10 Box 2 Diamond Chisel, 5.53pm
Diamond Chisel a son of the great Brett Lee and is my pick here today in the last race at Albion Park. His record suggests he’s a non winner, with 17 starts on the track for 9 placings. But he won’t get a better chance than he’s going to get today to win. He was only beaten four lengths in 22.79 last start and a repeat of that performance will see him win. He should jump and head these off here, and be the first dog on the rail. If he can do this, then he looks the winner. The main danger is the Beau Jillem from box four for trainer Di Hannon. He’s got a solid record here and knows how to win.
Box four won’t worry him, so keep him very safe.
Bulli Greyhounds Race 8 Box 1 Winsome Senor 9.25pm
This dog has a huge motor and should gap these here if he comes out and finds the top. He’s already run a blistering 26.22 here over the 472 metre trip, in a performance trial. But after winning his maiden in 26.56 he’s failed to fire since. Box one should help him here, but the extra distance may test. There’s plenty of dangers and experience engaged so play it safe. But if he bring his “A Game”, he’s certainly worth an eachway ticket. Cawbourne Power looks the main danger after recording a solid win from out wide here last week.
Ballarat Greyhounds Race 2 Box 2 Nathaniel Bale, 7.18pm
I backed this fellow last week when he was run down buy Jason Thompson’s young charge Cheap Currency. He flew the lids and looked all over the winner, until Cheap Currency put on a huge finishing burst to race past him in the straight. He should once again lead this field and if he does he’ll be super hard to run down. Frank Furter, a son of Bekim Bale, looks the main danger. He’s been brilliant in his last two wins and can be first past the post if he comes out running.
Best of Luck
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