To mix things up we have studied the form at different meetings around the country so hopefully we get a bit of luck and can come out in front.
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Greyhound racing best bets and top odds Thursday January 11, 2018
Maitland R6 No.2 Ask King Jeff: looks the class runner of this field after his brilliant 31.72 heat win last week. He began well on that occasion and never looked in danger and from an identical draw he looks set to repeat last week’s performance. He is odds on but deservedly so.
Maitland R7 No.8 Tristan Cannon: Returned from an unsuccessful Hobart Thousand campaign with a slick win at Bulli on January 6 and he should relish the rise in distance. Boxed beautifully out wide to whoosh straight to the lead and if he can get anywhere near his 24.71 personal best he will be winning by a big space.
Albion Park R8 No.2 Champagne Sally: Cracking race featuring three of Queensland’s best bitches – Champagne Sally, Cyndie’s Magic and Outside Pass. Going the way of Champagne Sally which is flying at present – she has broken two track records at her two most recent starts including a phenomenal 34.43 over the track and trip here last week. She is beautifully drawn on the inside and she is racing high on confidence – although she won’t be able to make any mistakes.
Angle Park R7 No.6 High Eden Frost: Classy field and there is about four realistic chances of pinching it. Decided to go with High Eden Frost which isn’t drawn particularly well but he is the class runner if he is spot on. He has a good beginner on his inside which should bring him into the race with a clean beginning and if he can get down around the 29.60 mark he will be hard to hold out.
Sandown Park R4 No.1 Rippin’ Sam: Has been brilliant since stepping up to the ‘700’ winning both starts here and at The Meadows as well as at Bendigo over 660m. This is a rise in class but he looks a star in the making and if he can balance up towards the front early he should be going very close.