Greyhound Racing Tips – 1st November
RacingPost Greyhound TV is live from Crayford and Wimbledon tonight on sky channel 212 form 7.15pm, the show feature the St Leger second round heats plus the RFS puppy Derby heats, plenty for greyhound punters to get stuck into.
The form has been studied, the videos have been watched – so let’s crack on and find the winners!!!!
The top class Wimbledon cards feature’s 10 open races with the first starting at 7.25.
CHICAGO will be very hard to beat in the first heat from T3, the Hove raider has taken well to the step up in trip and is fancied to make all tonight, with T2 vacant (Borna Champ N/R) that gives the selection a clear run to the first bend and he can kick on and build up a sizable lead, Racenight Jenny and Fizzypop Magic will be looking to close late on but Chicago should win once in front. Killieford Khali will have to ping from T5 to stand a chance here while Droopys Flash looks the rank outsider and will do well to get involved.
FEAR EMOSKI (T1 7.39) ran well last week keeping on for second behind the impressive Teejayspowerhawk, if Fear Emoski leads as expected tonight it’s race on, Touch Tackle found all sorts of trouble last week and did well to qualify and he will have to start better to make it through to next week’s semi-finals. Hather George will be looking for the early lead from T4 but might struggle with plenty of pace to clear on his inside. Wiki Waki Woo ran better than the bare form suggests and will be overpriced tonight and could attract some support from T3.
Course and distance specialist ROMANTIC RAMBO (T4 7.54) returned to form last time out with an impressive 41.74 clock after leading at the fourth bend, with little early pace in the race it’s possible that Rambo could lead tonight and pull clear on the first circuit, once it front it should be all over bar the shouting. Millwards Teddy will be staying on well from T5 and rates as a danger if turning close while Billys Bullet will be looking to turn with our selection on the rails but might struggle to clear T1 around the first couple of bends.
TEEJAYSPOWERHAWK really impressed me last week making all on his first competitive run over the course and distance and the Paul Young trained Romford raider can repeat that effort here from T2 and upset the short priced favourite in T3, if Teejays holds the favourite around the first couple of bends its race on. Roxholme Dream is a class act and is capable of winning the whole competition but i can see an upset here.
The RFS puppy derby heats look very competitive and the market will be the guide in most of the races, most of the pups have only run a couple of times so bet with caution.
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