We kick off with Race 3 on the card and the selection represents an in form kennel. Out of his depth in recent races in Grade A, the class drop and calmer waters is welcomed by connections.
When last seen in Grade B ran out a good winner. Will finish like a train.
Youngster of the field and was asked a huge question by the grader in recent races after a ten length victory back on April 1st. Is open to any amount of improvement and has gained much-needed experience in recent starts. Will win in this grade at some point and I think it might be here.
Trap 7 Prairie Day is the selection in this weak Grade C race. Our faith should be rewarded quickly as she needs to race from the front. Has mixed in much better races than this recently and will not get a better chance to lead her rivals a merry dance. Trap-to-line success expected.
The feature race on the card and looks a match between Trap 4’s Xk Left Em and Trap 5, Ff Lurch. The latter is looking to win five races on the bounce but I’m giving a confident vote to Xk Left Em to, well, leave ’em trailing.
Crucially drawn inside his main rival, he is a real pacey individual and if he gets first run or is even close around the opening corner can stretch clear and is the fastest finishing greyhound in the race .
Yet another Grade A contest, but this is weak enough in terms of quality. The selection, however, does not lack quality and is given a break from the grader. Winner of four of his last 11 races, he has just missed the kick in recent starts and as a result found trouble at the opening bend. Due a fast start and if it comes, he can return to the winners’ enclosure.
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