Greyhound Racing Tips – 12th December
Published on 11/12/14
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This week we preview the competitive action at Romford and Sunderland live on Racing Post Greyhound TV. Plenty of open and graded races to work out – so let’s crack on and find the winners!!
MARAZION MAEVE (T3) is a very interesting runner in the 8.02 maiden stayers race over the 575 meter six bend trip, the daughter of Crash has only had six competitive runs since moving over from Ireland and has won twice in A4 & A3 grade, the step up in trip will suit and the recent trial would be good enough to take this.
Key to the race will be clearing the inside runners and leading round, once in front its race on. Millwards Vipar was top grade over the 400 meter trip and also his six bend debut here – he could give our selection most to do.
MIKES MACHINE (T4) looks well drawn here and can take the 8.50 open race at Romford – the Ernie Gaskin trained greyhound has been running well recently but has been finding it difficult to win against top class opposition like Aayamzaone and Dower Matt – this is a slight drop in class and she can make all here. With little genuine early pace in the race a trap to line victory looks likely. Airforce Karla (T6) is the solo wide seed and rates as the main danger; Beaming Senor (T5) won well last time out and is respected.
CENTURION LEE is a frustrating sort to follow, he often misses the break then shows good early gears but finds trouble at the first bend, he is potentially well drawn here in T1 in the 9.06 maiden stayers race and could take some stopping if he holds the rails around the first two bends – the clock last time out (35.57) would be good enough to win this race. Ascot Dynamo is stepping up in trip here and will also be looking to get on the bunny early. Elaine’s Boy will be looking to smash out and make all from T6, he pinged out last time but ran wide and forfeited plenty of ground and lost the lead – he can’t afford to that again in a competitive race.
Over at Sunderland the best bet on the card is SUIRVIEW RUBY in the 9.48 A5 graded race – she can trap out and make all from T4, the daughter of Ballymac Maeve is stepping down in class for the first time and this looks a very winnable race with no genuine early pace on the inside, if she manages to hold the pacey Atronar (T5) to the first bend and lead round it’s race on down the back straight.
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