Monday’s top greyhound racing tips at Shepparton on April 4, 2016

ANOTHER working week is here and Australian Racing Greyhound has the best tips to help make your day a winner, with our selections coming from tonight’s meeting at .

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Best bet – Shepparton Race 7 No.2 Asa Killa Queen

Asa Killa Queen returns to after contesting the Golden at his last start. Trained by Anthony , the black dog is suited dropping back down to the 450m trip and is ideally drawn in box two. The son of Kinloch Brae and Cawbourne Shine possesses brilliant early speed and is well positioned to jump straight on the bunny and burn his competitors off in the run to the first turn. There are a few handy greyhounds in this race, but Asa Killa Queen is a class animal and will take a power of beating with a few factors in his tonight.

Suggested bet: WIN bet on Asa Killa Queen at $1.75

Best value – Shepparton Race 3 No.8 Bag Of Magic

Bag Of Magic is a regally bred chaser which has scored some impressive wins in her limited starts to date. Today she steps back to restricted win class at the provincials after recently taking on some tough opposition at Park which is sure to make it much easier for her. She would be better drawn towards the inside, but if she can step well from the outside she should have the pace to cross the field and she will be hard to run down if she finds the bunny.

Suggested bet: WIN bet on Bag Of Magic at $4.80 with Bet365

Best roughie – Shepparton Race 12 No.1 Spring Premier

Tricky race to wrap up the card at Shepparton, with a rough chance given to Spring Premier off the inside. The son of and Spring Penny only has a steady overall record, but will appreciate the rails alley and is capable of holding his spot on the fence and running into a place. He will have to do everything right to win, but should at least be able to run into some minor money tonight.

Suggested bet: PLACE bet on Spring Premier at $3.10 with Bet365

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