Harry Buchanan’s Daily Greyhound Tips



Race 1 No. 5 Burning Passion

Change of kennel and Damo has her ready to win first up. Has raced better class than this and a steady beginner inside her means she gets every hope here. 

Race 2 No. 4 Love and Danger and No. 6 West On Jazz

The 4 has some talent and will take improvement out of his last start here. Good form track and trip and runs good middle and last sections. The 6 is a smokie at odds who can surprise if left alone up the back. Will be running on and coming off a freshen. 

Race 3 No. 2 West On Brae and No. 4 Poppa Monno 

The 2 will set these alight off the mat and if he gets away, will take all sorts of stopping. Class act who burns the clock. The 4 will come out and go straight around the field here. More comfortable outside dogs and will look to round them up. Superb last start win at Cannington. 

Race 4 No. 4 West On Fire 

Under rated girl who can get into this. Went well in much harder company last time and can be a main player late here. Good form over the track and trip and looks set to hit top 2 with any luck. 

Race 5 No. 2 Wynburn Burner and No. 4 Yunderup Sheila

The 2 did enough last week to suggest that he only has to offset this box to figure. Better drawn wide, he actually stepped well last week but copped checks into the back. Can do better. The 4 gets one last chance to get near the arm and show her old form. Put out of business again last start, she needs to show more purpose into the back. Can win on the arm and will be big odds. 

Race 6 No. 2 Terra Logic

I just think she outpaces the kennel mate here and the short trip should see her go all the way. Has terrific acceleration and hard to catch running low 17. 

Race 7 No. 8 Panama Pepper

The Good Friday Cup and the 8 gets the nod here. Can handle an outside draw a his heat win was superb after copping a messy check. Looking for the dogs inside him to show their early pace and cart him straight over. Will be ominous if close and take a stack of holding out. 

Race 8 No. 1 Master Blaster and No. 3 Bush Martini 

The 1 only has to lead to win and he will go close to doing just that. They won’t catch him on the arm with his recent runs setting him up for a victory here. The 3 is a long shot smokie who isn’t hopeless. Any trouble and she can capitalise and run on late at odds. 


Six heats of the 2022 Geelong Cup highlight the card today. Let’s take a look at the key plays in each heat. 

Race 4 No. 2 Ariarne Bale and No. 8 Quinlan Bale 

The 2 is highly promising and drawn to get a great run. Strong last section. The 8 will step and muster here. Has a good turn of foot off the mat and can cross. Hard to catch if he does. 

Race 5 No. 5 Fabriola Ximinez and No. 4 Hendrik Bale

The 5 goes well on the outer track and can bring that to the inner here. Rails hard and reels off smart fractions when on. The 4 bolted in here track and trip last start in prep for this beating Titan Blazer. A repeat sees him go close. 

Race 6 No. 3 Weblec Jet

Unbeaten track and trip with 3 from 3. Raced the best and has some big wins to his name. Still going super and will look threatening at some stage and hard to hold out.

Race 7 No. 3 Emani Bale

She’s a stayer but versatile and can run a race here. Starts her run up the back and will look for gaps and hit the line harder than anything at big odds. Place heavy. 

Race 8 No. 6 Zivon Bale and No. 8 Cashton Bale

A couple of smokies here. The 6 is under rated and will go well. Has raced the best VIC have to offer and goes fast time when on. The 8 is strong and will be looking to run on late here. Goes well on the outer track. Can surprise. 

Race 9 No. 8 Substantial and No. 2 Gracie Bale 

The 8 is a weapon and if he gets a look here it’s over. Boxed to give this an almighty shake. The 2 is very good when she gets room to operate and loves racing here. Fast last start Meadows winner. Can figure. 

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