Greyhound Tips For Tuesday 30th April 2013

Ipswich Greyhounds, Race 6 Box 1 Miss Lauryn 5.34pm

trainer of Miss Lauryn, is having a shocking run of late, and is barely able to lead in a winner. The old champ is about the only dog Tony has that’s winning, but from box 1 here today I expect Tony to lead in Miss Lauryn a winner. She has posted a quick 30.67, and has a good record on the track. She’s out of form but from a good box she should be able to punch through and win this. Float Ya Boat will be the biggest danger, but from box 7 he’s going to have his work cut out here to get across. Miss Lauryn, great each way bet.

Lismore Greyhounds, Race 10 Box 1 Sir Yorklea, 9.42pm

We have to wait until the last race here tonight to back a winner, but I really young dog Sir Yorklea. He’s shown plenty of gusto and will come from behind. A string of bad and little luck has been costly to him of late. But tonight he’s been lucky and has come up with the coveted rails box. He’s not a brilliant beginner, but he does have plenty of guts and will push trough early up against the rail. He has a PB of 24.49, not the quickest in the field, but there’s plenty of upside to this bloke and he should be winning here tonight.

Gosford Greyhounds, Race 7 Box 1 Blue Norris, 8.57pm

This son of the flying , journeys to the big smoke here tonight after a brilliant performance at . It’s interesting looking at his form his runs have been well spaced and his weight has varied quite a lot. This scares me a little, but he does seem to be on the right track now. Box 1 will suit, and if he can repeat the Dubbo performance he should win this here tonight. I doubt wether he’s seen the track and that can be down right carnage for a young dog. So don’t take silly odds, he’s young inexperienced and maybe having his first look. But he does poses a motor and if he handles the change he’s going to be mighty hard to stop here.

Warragul Greyhounds, Race 6 Box 2 Whata Good Size, 8.27pm

The speedster and son of Fear Zafonic looks all over the winner here. I remember backing him at early on when he was a certainty beat. Since then he’s gone on to win a classic race and assert himself as a speedster. He has plenty of early toe and should lead in this here tonight. If he leads he just simply wins. He’s got a huge motor up too about 430m and can carve out very quick sectionals. He’s second up from a short spell, and should be primed here for this. Very tough to beat.

Best of Luck

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