Greyhound Tips: 29th September

What a magnificent night of greyhound racing we were lucky enough to witness on Saturday at Wentworth Park, when the Brendan Pursell trained McInerney made full use of his red box to win the final of the Million Dollar Chase. His victory, by a neck over Zipping Kyrgios, earned for his connections $1,000,000, and took him to number seven on the list of highest stake earners in Australia. Bred and owned by Noel Mugavin, McInerney is the son of leading sire Fernando Bale, out of Born Ali, a group one winner herself whose dam lines trace back to the mighty producer Dark Debutante who was owned by Noel’s father. The list of group performers from this line is endless and it is unlikely to end in the near future.

As mentioned last week, we have placed a huge wrap on the John Finn trained younger Zipping Orlando, and he did not let us down, winning the final of the rich Masters Young Star (520m) series in grand fashion and in scintillating time again, recording a flying 29.65. With eight wins from his race eight starts, his future looks as bright as any greyhound going around at the moment, and a victory in one of the big group one’s coming up would not surprise at all. We should also make mention of the win of the outstanding stayer Super Estrella in the final of the Group 2 Sydney Cup (720m), where she again led throughout to record another comfortable win in smart time. She has built an imposing record in New South Wales, and hopefully over the next few months she is able to perform at her best in the rich staying races she will contest in Victoria. She deserves that. The focus tonight will centre on Angle Park where six heats of the Group 1 Adelaide Cup (530m) will be contested, with the six winners and the fastest second to join Wow She’s Fast in the final field, after she brilliantly won her way into the final field by winning the Match Race Series last week in track record time. We have studied the form in great length and we think we have found the winners for our followers.

Angle Park Race 3 No 4 Zara’s Ivan $3.20 at PlayUp – Can mix his form at times, but his last two runs at Wentworth Park during then Million Dollar Chase series have been outstanding. Not a lot of speed around him, plus empty box on his immediate outside, we think he can find the early lead, and once on the lure he is tough to beat. Selections: 4-3-6-1.

Angle Park Race 4 No 1 Mobile Legend $2.35 at PlayUp – Talented Victorian who is stepping up to tackle the best dogs for the first time. Loves an inside draw, and hopefully it can win him the race. It is a tough heat, as Fernando Mick is well drawn in box 8, and Aston Ulysses is a high class galloper. Selections: 1-2-8-4.

Angle Park Race 5 No 7 Paddy Wants Pats $1.55 at PlayUp – Class Victorian galloper who has been mixing it with the best dogs in he country for the last 12 months and performing well. Will love the wide draw and the empty box on his inside. The spacious Angle Park circuit will really suit him. Looks the best bet if the night, so make him your banker in all your multi bets tonight. Selections: 7-5-4-1.

Angle Park Race 6 No 2 Photo Man $1.65 at PlayUp – Victorian who has already won at group one level when he was victorious in the Brisbane Cup recently. A touch disappointing last start at Richmond in his attempt to qualify for the Million Dollar Chase but this has given connections a chance to show him this track. It does look his race. Selections: 2-1-3-8.

Angle Park Race 7 No 2 Zippy Tesla $2.15 from PlayUp – From the strong Dailly kennel, this dog has as much ability as any other dog in the country, it is just his slow box manners that can bring him undone at times. Does look nicely drawn here close to the rails. Very strong in the latter stages of his races. Selections: 2-3-4-1.

Angle Park Race 8 No 2 Mallee Magic $2.50 at PlayUp – Selecting the local dog to topple the short priced favourite from Victoria. This greyhound has a great record on the track and we think his knowledge of the track will be the difference. Can win. Selections: 2-1-3-5.


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