Greyhound Racing Tips – 23rd December

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Greyhound Racing Tips – 23rd December

Posted December 22, 2014 | By Michael @ Betting Gods

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Cracking racing on Tuesday afternoon – the SIS BAGS Track Championships from Nottingham

The first race to highlight is the 2.08 Youngsters race over the standard 500 meter distance, ROMANY ROUGE (T1) will take all the beating here if the solo wide seed can avoid any early trouble and turn with a pitch down the back straight. The recent trials over c&d have been flying, 29.98 and 29.87 are the sort of clocks that Fit To Win was recording when he won the Eclipse recently, so if Richard Devenish’s Peterborough raider can repeat those efforts in a competitive race he will be very difficult to beat. Droopys Roller (T2) looks the likely leader on the rails and could be the one to catch.

BRAZEN KNIGHT looks well drawn in the 3.07 in T1 and the son of Westmead Hawk can make all for the Sheffield team and trainer Barry Draper – he normally runs in the top four bend graded races at his home track but has run over the six bend trip before and raced against some of the best including Ballymac Eske and Millwards Master, there is nothing in this race of that caliber and if getting on the bunny early Brazen Knight should make all. Boherna Bridge (T3) is capable of a smart break so it’s important to lead that rival into the first corner.

VALENTIA FROSTY (T5) can make all in the 3.28 standard for Newcastle, the lightly raced son of Hondo Black recorded a very fast trial last week and if repeating that split and clock he should take this race, the key will be grabbing the early lead. Back in the summer Frosty was competing in the Gymcrack and has since been kept to two bend graded races at his home track Newcastle. Express Master (T4) is a class act and is capable of a smash break, and would rate as a massive danger if pinging out.

BLISSFULL PUDSY (T6) has been catching the eye around his home track Peterborough and can take the 4.47 if producing her best break – the big galloping track should suit the solo wide runner and in a race with plenty looking for the rails, she could be in the best position to avoid the potential crowding and nip round in the lead. Du Cane Road (T2) rates as a massive danger if grabbing the rails early, Graigues Rica (T5) has good form around Sheffield and recorded a decent clock over c&d last week.

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    Couple of seconds, one was beat a short head
    One unfortunately was injured (but will be ok) confirmed on the tele.

    One thing I have noticed is you pick dogs that shorten in price, that can only be a good thing long term, getting the value is key.

    Been a cracking few weeks following you, cheers betting gods.

    Have a good xmas and new year.

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    4 selections today, 4 losers!!! Is it best to try and trade the selections if most of them shorten in price but the strike rate is very low and there is a level loss?

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    I’d put this week down as a slightly unlucky one, the theory was there, a couple of seconds and one of the others injured, it happens, surely it’s the long term success that matters not the individual days and I’ve done well following the blog. And I appreciate the input, I watched RPGTV with my partner for a few months but never had somewhere to get tips, except for the ‘experts’ on the show, and anyone following them to level stakes would be massively down. On there tipster challenge they were all on a minus figure.

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