Naples fort Myers is hosting a bumper 24 race programme which kicks off at 6pm. Delightful. Let’s get stuck in.
The first race we turn our attention to is the third race on the card, a Grade B due off at 6;32. The runner to keep an eye on in this race is Trap 5 Cetmark Dutchess, this dog has run in Grade A contests her last couple of times but the last time she ran in Grade B she duly obliged, winning by 3 lengths. she has won 4 times in the past and could certainly go in again.
Race 4 on the card is a Grade A. Trap 8 YouDontKnowMe, this experienced August 17 dog has had 66 starts to his career and out of 33 starts here he has managed to win 8 times and placed a further 10 other times. His personal best time of 30.26 would see him bang there and run a massive race from the outside. We’ll take a chance on him here.
The sixth race on the card is another of the Grade B races; it’s a tricky race with none of the runners in particularly good form. In the blue Trap 2 Imark Sauerkraut is a lady who won 3 starts ago and placed in her last 2 in today’s grade only beaten a head last time out when almost getting up late on in that race. She stays very well so getting a run down the far side this lady will be finishing like a train close home.
Race 7 is another Grade A race, definitely the best race on the card. Four inexperienced dogs should all have major chances, each of them with less than 10 races ran. Also, there are four in the race who are all last time out winners. I napped the Trap 7 FF Lurch last week when he duly obliged and I think he could go in again here. This dog has 7 starts so far and won 5 of those including his last two in this grade. He seems to be doing it from the front so I hope he is wearing his trapping boots again today and if so could be another trap to wire win for him and I’m going to NAP him again to oblige.
Race 10 is the final of our Grade A races, Tap 3 Crowbar is the interesting runner here; this dog had banged in 3 victories in a row before being defeated last time out by only a neck. This dog seems to have it all, he can start and stay quite strong and rarely runs a bad race so if he close to the pace he’s not to be denied.