Proven Maddy, Nosey Rozy to set the track A Light at Bulli Tonight!!!
We head south tonight to Bulli where we see the running of the Bulli Gold plate, at 9.35pm NSW time. And the Debut of Nosey Rozy at 8.53 pm Nsw time here, after starting here career of with a bang running brilliant times winning 5 from 5 at Maitland, and steps up to the longer journey of 472m. Takes on some seasoned campaigners here but theirs no doubt she’ll acquit herself very well!
And Grahame Bate holding most of the aces with great chances in most of the heats, lead by versatile chaser Irma Bale. Who takes on Local hope and popular Apple Isle chaser Rob Pines. And young and up-comer Rumbling Rick. Owned by Cricketing Legend
“Punter” Ricky Ponting.
This bloke was air born here last week running a near record 29.58 from box 7. And looks to be every much as good at this stage, as his older half brother and fantastic chaser Rewind, who also looks hard to beat in his heat.
Bulli Greyhounds. Race 8. Box 7 Proven Maddy. 9.36pm NSW time.
Tonight’s feature race is the Cyril Rowe Gold Plate run over 472m with $25000 to the winner. And Proven Maddy looks set to collect the winners cheque. He flew here last week and posted a near record 26.13! With two ordinary beginners both sides he should gain clear running early and if he can clear Hoover boy, from the red which he should easily do, he’ll streak away with this. Fixed price will be on offer by most of our corporate sponsors, so jump in early and take the fixed price about this fellow.
Albion Park Greyhounds. Race 7 Box 1 Bakaara 8.47pm Qld time
Has been mixing her distances a bit lately, but a few starts back here she Absolutely flew! Running a super quick mid section and if she can get away early here and runs that same sectional, she will open this field right up. Finishes her races of over the 500 ok, and I expect her to be a long way in front here early and hopefully an unassailable lead. Union Dues and Gamah’s Wonder look to be the main dangers here. Gamah’s Wonder went terrific here last start and a repeat of that performance will see him right in the thick of things here tonight.
Albion Park Greyhounds. Race 10 Box 6. Ellie’s Flash. 9.46pm Qld time
Very ordinary race here tonight but I’ve chosen to select one here in The John Edwards trained Ellie’s Flash. Is the second quickest dog in the race second to only, Box 1 runner Nothing Goes. The Dashing Corsair, youngster holds the key to the race here. She’s badly out of form at present and started a very short priced favourite off the red last start. If she can push up early she should take care of these. However if she continues her run of poor form then, we gotta find something to beat her.
And that for me is Ellie’s flash. A quick beginner who handles the 500m journey ok and should jump and be running from the get go. If Nothing Goes, begins to steadily or gets tangled up Ellie’s Flash is the one to beat. Ellie’s Flash may just be a little over the odds here, and Nothing Goes way too under the odds. Ellie’s Flash the better value!
Angle Park Greyhounds. Race 7 Box 3. Fast Finish. 8.37pm NSW time
Fast Finish should be a great odds in this. Just Shine is likely to start favourite in this event. But he may have his work cut out to get clearly around this field early. Life’s Cool box 1 was able to lead Just Shine here last week before Just Shine proved to good in the run home. I’m hoping he can once again lead here and give Fast Finish a nice inside drag into the race. She should clear Ba Ba boom and with a little trouble early and clear running up the inside Fast Finish may prove to be the knockout chance in this. Finishes off here races nicely and may prove to strong here if theirs trouble around the first turn..
Launceston Greyhounds. Race 9 Box 2 & 3 Joshua, Tadmore Dunoon. 10.25pm NSW time
Race 9 looks to be one of the easiest heats on the card tonight. With what appears to be only 3 winning chances.
Joshua for G. Bate and the local Tadmore Dunoon. And I’ll throw Holy Heath in the mix here also. But the other two look to be too classy here. As Holy Heath is best known as a front running stayer these days. It’s very hard to split the main two for mine. Both very talented types with Tadmore Dunoon, blessed with having the local experience. With 44 starts for 14 wins and as many placings. Gets back a little and runs on very powerfully. Joshua on the other hand should come away well and lead his main rival early on. But the question remains will he handle the track first go. If he does he should be the hardest beat. I can’t split the 2 so take a multiple with one of our many corporates. The value should lie in it.
No matter where you select to invest tonight, there’s definitely a few nice races that are sure to throw up some interesting results. So go ahead and follow your gut, and back your charge with one of our many sponsors.
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