Harry Buchanan’s Sunday Greyhound Best Bets


Race 3 No. 5 Red Ned Gundi

Looks his race if he steps, and he usually does. Has gone sub 16 here track and trip and these don’t go that so he only has to offset the box early and he’s the one to beat.

Race 4 No. 8 Where’s The Kuna and No. 7 Westdale Buster

The 8 almost got over last week off the same draw and can go better this time with a similar step. Hard to beat here in this company. The 7 will run another cheeky race off this draw and is a silly price for a dog who usually hits the frame over this track and trip. EW for him as well.

Race 5 No. 2 Rhythmic Moment and No. 3 Touch Of Tommy

The 2 drops back from a super win over the 520m last start and his good early pace will see him threaten from the get go. If he leads here he will be hard to catch. The 3 coming off a freshen and can go well if he steps too. Can come from off the arm and has talent but doesn’t win often although he’s never far off. Keep in mind.

Race 7 No. 5 Shima Dream

Corner start racing was her enemy last week and while she is backing up again off the bend, she will go much better in this if she hops out her best. Has a minute on her opposition and you are only betting on her coming out well and getting there early. She won’t be caught if she does.

Race 8 No. 6 Clifton Matilda

Top two go here and surprised she isn’t shorter in this. Can step and get up there and while she is known for her longer trip racing, she is also quite versatile and can sprint most starts. Will give a great sight here and can win with any luck to the back.

Race 9 No. 4 Ruthless Tiger

Has any amount of ability but struggles to bring that to race day. This small field can only help though and there is a chance he leads here. If he does then we will see the best of him and that should get it done.

Race 10 No. 3 Ash The Flash

Gets right on to the fence here as she doesn’t seem to get as wide as she does at Mandurah. Class runner but distance is short of her best trip. Will still drive home along the fence though and worth a place heavy spec at the price.

Race 12 No. 8 Jubilee Keeping and No. 2 Found The Brake

The 8 gets her chance in this and will be looking to rush across early and take up a spot. No luck in a much tougher race last week and will improve. The 2 is always thereabouts and can come from anywhere. Will be probing for runs and can even lead on his day. Dont ignore him either.

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