Welcome to Australian Racing Greyhound’s free Greyhound Racing Tips for Friday 24th July 2009 with Tips tonight from Geelong (Victoria), Richmond (New South Wales) and selected races from Mandurah (West Australia).
Hopefully we’ll see some good Greyhound Racing action tonight with Greyhound Racing coming from Geelong (Victoria), Richmond (New South Wales) and selected races from Mandurah (West Australia), lets just recap betting advice for those tracks.
Geelong is considered to be a safe punting track especially over the 457m distance. The 347m starts are usually plagued by interference and terrible betting races, box 1 is an advantage and box 3 has a good record of this trip. The few 600m races run can produce good results but the short run to 1st corner has caused more than one betting plunge to go astray and does give an advantage to the box 1 runner. Over the 457m boxes 1 and 8 both share favouritism with the next most preferred draw box 7.
Richmond has always been a hot bed of greyhound betting activity, both good and bad; and it has always paid to follow educated money in most races at Richmond. The track has undergone some changes in recent years but the 535m races are genrally safe betting events as most dogs will get their chance in the run. Richmond races over the 313m and 400m distances and these should be avoided as betting options. If you must bet, boxes 1 and 2 over the 313m and box 1 over the 400m journey are massive advantages. The inside 3 boxes are only slightly favoured in the 535m races and again the inside 3 boxes are slightly favoured over the longer 717m distance. Over the 618 box 1 can be an advantage with box 2 next best.
Mandurah can be a punters graveyard, the 492m distance, 647m distance and the 302m distances are corner starts and even the 405m start is only a short run before the corner. Good beginners are decidedly advantaged as are the red boxes over all 3 shorter distances. In the 302m races box 1 is a huge advantage and the same box features as prominently over the 405m, although the inside 4 boxes all perform well. Over the 492 distance box 1 is again a big advantage as is box 2. Over the 647m there is a very slight preference to the squeeze boxes, 3,4,5 and 6 but it is marginal.
Geelong Greyhounds – Race 2 – Box 2 – Allen Shaul
Dailly’s look to have another handy one in Allen Shaul who won a Bendigo Qauli in 24.39 and the used box 1 in the final to win by 4.5 lengths in 24.33. Obviously handles an inside box draw and Dailly’s have a huge number of new Wheeler greyhounds at the moment and Allen Shaul may just be one of the best of them.
Geelong Greyhounds – Race 4 – Box 1 – Carlinford Frost
Risky breed for for Peter Carter but Carlinford Frost is typical of them and very quick when confident. Ran second from box 8 to make this final behind Uno Animo in 26.39. Will have to go much quicker to win this final but off box 1 might just be able to do that and steal this maiden final at huge odds.
Richmond Greyhounds – Race 2 – Box 3 – Irinka Reg
Irinka Reg looks another very good greyhound for Ray Smith and the “Irinka” line after winning 4 of 6 career starts at Cowra, Dubbo and Bathurst. Tonight is first real test but this line just keeps producing and a dominant performance is almost guaranteed.
Richmond Greyhounds – Race 5 – Box 6 – Drover
To say the Julie Fletcher trained Drover ahould have won last start would be loooking at the race “through our kick” as we were on him when he was comprehensively trounced by Influential Lady in 30.65. She is again in the same race but has to move from box 3 to box 7 and Drover did look a little strange to the track last week and can improve. His problem is he is a greyhound that gets back in his races and so is better better drawn out wide like tonight. Give another chance as he does have a lot of pace.
Richmond Greyhounds – Race 7 – Box 2 – Rockstar Image
I just keep bangin on about this greyhound but he is one of the most genuine Big Daddy Cool’s to grace the track and Nick Healey has addressed his tardy box manners by stepping him up over a middel distance. Since that move he has won both races at Bathurst and Gosford, beating the talented Brislane last time out. Should be winning this in this scratching depleted field, only concern is getting a decent price.
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