Greyhound Racing Tips – 11th September
Another Thursday rolls round which means a visit to the South coast for a night at Hove dogs.
The first open race of the night is an interesting 475m contest where a classy field line up. The short run to the bend and the way they are drawn would suggest trouble is imminent so the percentage call looks to be the red jacket of Ballymac Loch. He tends to pop out which may well be enough if the expected concertina effect wipes out the opposition at the first bend.
Tip – Trap 1 Ballymac Loch
Underground Paul did the job nicely from a tricky draw last week and can repeat the dose. His main danger is drawn directly to his right which could be a problem for Jolly Razor as the selection is likely to take his ground on the run up. It should be plain sailing once the red jacket turns in front with Paul Young’s raider likely to take some pegging back.
Tip -Trap 1 Underground Paul
The best drawn dog of the night comes up over 695 in the form of Droopys Beckett. While normally he wouldn’t want to be this wide out and he doesn’t win as often as he should he looks to have been presented with a great opportunity. The five will come out and go straight to the left leaving the selection with plenty of space to operate. A repeat of his latest effort should be enough to suffice in this field with most unlikely to trouble the 42 second mark.
Tip – Trap 6 Droopys Beckett
Not normally much of a fan of sprints but To The Moon caught the eye last week on his debut and can make amends. He was pitched in the deep end, straight into top grade but he acquitted himself well. Just a April ’13 there is likely to be plenty of improvement in the tank with a level break likely to be more than enough to see him home in front.
Tip – Trap 3 To The Moon