Sat & Sun Greyhound Racing Preview
Sat & Sun Greyhound Racing Preview

Greyhound Racing

Sat & Sun Greyhound Racing Preview

Posted May 1, 2015 | By Michael @ Betting Gods

Greyhound punters have plenty to get stuck into this weekend with racing live on Racing Post Greyhound TV from Romford, Sunderland, Crayford, Newcastle and Henlow. Betting Gods and Premier Greyhound Tips will now guide you through the action and highlight the main races over this bank holiday weekend.

This evening live on RPGTV we have Sunderland and Romford, It’s competitive graded racing at the North East venue while at Coral owned London Road Romford circuit we have a decent mixed card to try and work out. The feature race at Sunderland is the Leeview Shane Trophy, a race in honour of the former Sunderland A1 performer who sadly passed away recently – the race this evening looks wide open with the likes of Istheinkdry (T2) Eden Brae (T4) both capable of making all on a going day and the stayers like Eden Rex (T1) and Cloncunny Prince (T6) looking to close down the pace setters and land the prize this evening.

Over at Romford the Follow @Coral on Twitter Bitches open race takes centre stage at 9.24. The race looks wide open with plenty capable on a going day – Emmas Memory has won her last three over course and distance and would a huge runner if holding the rails pitch into the first corner and could out run her current price. The class acts are Millwards Katy and Aayamzaone from traps 5 & 6. The middle and wide seeded runners will both be looking to break well and lead round with Emma Memory – as ever over the 400 meter trip at Romford it all on the break.

Moving on to Saturday and it’s Crayford and Newcastle live on Racing Post Greyhound TV

Newcastle as ever on a Saturday evening stages a very competitive graded card with the races taking place over the standard 480 meter trip. The Gain feeds race of the week is the final race on the card at 10.35. The A2 event looks wide open with plenty in with a chance of landing the prize – the well drawn Queenies Three in T1 could be the one to side with. The son of Ace Hi Rumble has found plenty of trouble in his races lately but with a better run to the first corner he could hold the rails and make all.

Over at Crayford greyhound punters have a decent card to try and work out – it’s mostly graded action but we do have three decent open races in the mix. The feature race is the Ladbrokes Hurdle Trophy at 8.34. As ever in a hurdle race trainer Ricky Holloway has a strong hand with Con Te Partiro (T2) and Soviet Military (T6) both in with major chances of landing the £500 prize money. Local hope Handy Henry (T5) has a chance with a ping break but might of prefered to be drawn in T6, Razldazl Butch (T1) looks well drawn on the rails and can take advantage if the middle to wide runners get in each others way at the first corner.

Sunday – Henlow – Live on Racing Post Greyhound TV

As ever on a Sunday it’s Henlow live on Racing Post greyhound TV, we have plenty of decent open racing to work out and with the likes of Mays King and Aero Babooshka on the card it should be a cracker. Mays King from the Richard Devenish kennel is a class performer over this course and distance and the son of Droopys Vieri will be very hard to beat in the 9.00 over the standard 460 meter trip. Rearguard Bond is another that should go well from T1 in the 9.15, the six bend and marathon runner ran with credit at Romford last Friday and this race looks at the mercy of the early paced railer – with one of his better breaks he will be very hard to beat.

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    I’ll be at Romford tonight, backing the straight forecast of Millwards Katy and Mikes Machine in the 9.24. Emma’s Memory has looked good recently, but just can’t see her making the step up.

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