It doesn’t get much worse than this.
Nottingham’s most “confident” tipster Peter Harden put himself back in the firing line and – sadly – didn’t fall on his arse! He went two £50 singles on Redeye Melody and Swift Lockjaw and the pair won at 7-4 and 5-6 for a £129.17 profit.
Gary Wiltshire bombed without one in the forecast places. Harnden won the race with his outsider! Big Mark Pierrepont must now endure a dog’s life after his ‘all in’ was beaten half a length.
YARMOUTH was a tale in itself. The kindest thing we can say about Megan Barnard is that she is more consistent than Norwich City. They win sometimes. Liam Aspin will be feeling particularly particularly aggrieved after his ‘£100 all in’ was beaten a head in a photo finsih – at 12-1!!! Proof that God hates clever dicks!
As for Craig Samuels. We are struggling for words. Yarmouth’s ‘in form’ tipster went for two £40 singles and a £20 double. First runner – Send In The Gold – Job done – Even money. Second selection was the Erica Samuels trained Quiet Man (11-10f) LAST! Convincingly beaten by the 18-1 outsider Buddha Sam, trained by . . . .you can guess!
Swift Zulu (R4 T6) Winner last time in grade looks to have a chance here £50 win
Supa Kenzie (R10 T4) Nicely Drawn has good early could get away here to score £50 win
Havana Hottie (R3 T2) will be coming late and fast in the homestraight. £50 win
Supa Hot (R5 T2) should make all with a good break £50 win.
Return of the glory boys – all three with profits on Saturday night! Glynn Dobbs finished £350 in front”
There was typo in last week’s Challenge when Glynn was inadvertently described as ‘Hobbs’. Not normally a name associated with tipping winners. Oi Oi!
Lostrigg Freddy (R11 T2)is in great form never been out the first two since returning from lockdown. He has dropped into A2 after a fine second in A1. There is lots off early pace in this race with 3/4/5 all going at it early. Will set the race up far a power packed finish from Freddy to get up close home £40 win
The first selection I’m expecting will be a short priced favourite but a greyhound we must be with. Southwood Lady (R3 T2) has to be the pick. She finds herself unpenalised for a recent S2 victory and the clock of 39.47 was impressive for the grade. She clocked a 13.06 sectional that day and I can see her blasting out again and the rest not seeing which way she went until the pick up. Casino Deejay is no snail and is also unpenalised for a recent win. The second that day Merry Mia won well on Monday afternoon so the form is solid, I feel tonight however it will be John Sharp’s bitch in blue that will have the Deejay in a spin from the word go and make every single metre.
The second selection is Keefill Arthur (R11 T4). Barrie Draper’s son of Jaytee Jet has early pace in abundance. His early sectionals are sensational and he will lead the field and play the “catch me if you can” tactics again. He was recently sent of a warm favourite for an A1 in which he finished 3rd and tonight he gets the drop in grade to A2 which could see him return to the winners podium. Trap 5 also has good early pace and Carl’s lightly raced dog in stripes also looks like a dog the Geelo Racing Team will won races with but tonight it’s Arthur to put them all to the sword. £100 Double the pair.” £100 win double
Tuesdays card looks a good mixture of races, and some very competitive line ups but my selections go in the first few races.
My main selection goes in the Droopys Greta (R2 T3). This bitch has been crying out for a downgrade and finally gets that tonight. Hopefully she can lead out the boxes and get her nose in front by the first bend and go on to win. £75 win.
My second selection goes in first race, Kalamoun (R1 T5). I thought this dog ran a cracking race last week to lead the field and just got picked up before the line. Hopefully he will be a shade fitter for that run and if leading again, he would be hard to beat.£25 win