The Sky Racing Final at 6:39pm AEDT starts a competitive night of greyhound racing at The Meadows on Saturday night, and it looks a tough one for punters to pick a winner in. In an open race, Dr. Falkor and Ozzie Pack will likely start joint favourites after winning their heats.
The 5th Grade 725m event starts the quaddie legs at 9:25pm, with the last race of the evening concluding at 10:27pm, which sees another very open race.
In what looks to be a tricky night for investors, we have picked out a couple to include in your tips for the evening.
BEST BET: KISS YOUR LIPS
This bitch has been in the money 49 of 92 starts and is ultra consistent. From the inside draw last start she beat a quality field over the 520m at Geelong and box three in this event is no cause for concern. She can be hit or miss early but after leading all of the way last time, we are counting on her to jump and run again. She has led three of her last five outings. She ran 30.26 at this track when second on February 26 and that time would just about win this. Boxes one and two aren’t blessed with strong early pace which may help her cause.
NEXT BEST: SUBTLE ART
Subtle Art has the chance to settle in the top three after the first section in this event after a favourable draw in box one. He hasn’t won since November but on that occasion it was here in a time of 30.17 which will also go close to winning this event. He is a dog, however, that can find a bit of trouble in his races but we are counting on the rails draw to assist in this one. His last four starts he hasn’t begun that well but we would settle on him settling third behind the leader after the first turn in this one. Winlock Crewe for Team Dailly is hardest to beat if it gains a run as a reserve.
*Odds correct at time of publication
BEST VALUE: ASTON SUNSET
Chris Johannsen’s black bitch is hit or miss at boxrise but with the add of box one we are counting on her to get early room. When she pinged the lids at Sandown Park on February 24 she ran 29.57 after leading all of the way, which was just three lengths off the fastest run of the night. She runs out a strong 525m and offers good each-way value.