WE are back with some more tips to try and get your weekend started in winning fashion.
A few of our selections are at Richmond where some top class youngsters will go around across the 11-race card, but we have also picked some standouts at other meetings around the country.
Greyhound racing best bets December 8, 2017
Bendigo R5 No.8 Fully Loaded: Has shown ability from day one and has won 10 of his 15 starts to date. Better that some of his recent runs indicate where he has missed the start and found bother. Better drawn tonight in the pink – he should have plenty of time to muster and he looks capable of breaking the 24 second barrier which will make him hard to beat.
Richmond R4 No.6 Big Bang Tears: This bloke is always a bit of a risk because he can be a slow beginner, but he has a massive motor and with even luck he should be winning. Runs into some handy dogs in this race, but is suited by the big open Richmond circuit.
Richmond R6 No.6 Bolt Like Bekim: Steps up in class but his last start win at Maitland was very impressive and it looks like he will relish the extra journey. Obviously he has to do everything right from box six, but at close to double figure odds he is worth an each-way or place bet.
Mandurah R5 No.2 Desert Rampage: The Chris Halse trained greyhound is the King of the 405m distance at Mandurah having won 22 of his 34 starts over the track and trip. He loves an inside draw and has good early speed – he should have no trouble finding the front here and I expect him to be too good.