MIXED results in recent days, but there is some quality racing around the country tonight and some greyhounds which stand out as nice bets in their respective races.
We have been busy studying the form to bring you these selections, whilst we also have the best bookmaker odds available for each greyhound.
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Greyhound racing best bets – Saturday November 11, 2017
Wentworth Park R2 No.8 Bombshell Bandit: Well graded in this class and she is much better than her past two starts indicate where she has missed the start and found trouble. Probably better boxed towards the fence, but if she jumps she has the speed to overcome the box and she looks capable of getting close to the 30.00 mark with a clear run. The one to beat.
Bulli R2 No.1 Another Gangsta: Smart dog which relishes box one and has a good record over this track and trip. Not the fastest beginner, but if he can hold his spot on the fence he will be right in this and if he can reproduce his 26.21 personal best they will find him hard to catch.
The Meadows R7 No.1 Blue Gum Hill: Drops considerably in class on his most recent efforts which he will appreciate. Recently qualified for the Group 2 Geelong cup running fourth behind Thirty Talks and since then he hasn’t had much luck against tough dogs from poor draws. Doubt he’ll lead this, but if he can sit second of third through the first turn he will be a big threat.
The Meadows R8 No.6 Up Hill Jill: Poorly drawn but finds herself meeting weaker opposition than she has faced in a long while. Still some handy types in this race so she can’t do anything wrong, but if she shows her usual box speed and finds the front I doubt they’ll be running past her at the finish.
Cannington R5 No.1 Black Bombshell: Tipped this bloke a few weeks back and he let us down, but we are going to give him another chance tonight. Should enjoy being boxed towards the inside and with his good early toe he should have no problem finding the front. Can carve out some quick time on the bunny and we expect him to do that again tonight.