Greyhounds Tips June 4th

Greyhound Selections 

Super night of racing across the nation last night, highlighted by five stunning heats of the Flying Amy and two heats of the Dashing Corsair both at Albion Park. 

And it was the NSW visitor, the Jack Smith trained Jungle Deuce, who produced the run of the night, in conditions that could only be described as atrocious, in winning his heat of the Flying Amy. A heavy thunderstorm hit Albion Park as greyhounds were heading to the boxes, and the rain did not let up until well after the greyhounds were back in the kennel block following the race. But this did not stop the rising star, coming from behind to run down the tearaway leader, Merchant Navy, in 30.23, an astonishing time under the conditions that prevailed at the time. The locals had plenty to cheer about on the night, as Queenslanders Impact and Hopeful both recorded strong heat wins, whilst the two remaining heats were taken out by NSW dogs, Louis Rumble and Ice Cream Story. The box draw for the final was conducted on track on the night, and after drawing the coveted rails draw, Jungle Deuce has been installed as a short-priced favourite in front of the fastest heat winner Impact.

A major upset occurred in the first heat of the Dashing Corsair, when Lucky Hero, trained by the President of the Capalaba Greyhound Club, proved too strong for her more fancied fellow Queenslander Maggie Moo Moo, whilst in the second heat, the NSW visitor Zipping Niseko was able to find the lead early and then hold off the flying finish of Classy Ethics. Despite recording the slower heat time, Zipping Niseko has been installed as the early favourite in the final.

Last night at Sandown, we believe a first occurred when Mepunga Rosie produced three winners on the night, all over different distances, these being Mepunga Warrior (515m), Mepunga Ruby (595m), and Star Blazer (715m). And to make it more amazing, Mepunga Rosie herself, back in 2016, won races over all the three distances at Sandown, somewhat of a rarity.

We managed to provide punters with a couple of very nice winners last night, at juicy odds, so let us see if we can repeat the job again tonight.

Geelong Race 5 No 6 Weblec Blazer $4.40 at PlayUp – Resumed from a two-month break last week when he showed very good speed to lead before finishing second in good time. Should be improved by the run and can go one better tonight. He is our best of the night and looks really good value in the early markets.

Geelong Race 6 No 6 Carry On Liam $4.00 at PlayUp – Member of the strong Tim Britton kennel, who was outstanding recently at the Meadows winning in a very fast 34.29 over the 600-metre trip, Steps up to the 680 metres tonight, but with his early pace we believe he can set up a big enough lead to hold off all challengers in the straight.

Richmond Race 6 No 3 Hampshire $4.60 at PlayUp – Has not managed a win in six previous attempts at this trip but his field does lack depth and looks a very winnable race for our selection. Gets to the line quite well and is a very good chance of finding the rails early. Each-way value.

Richmond Race 11 No 2 Byron Breeze $3.70 at PlayUp – Resumes here from a two-month spell, but she had shown enough prior to suggesting this is a race she can win. A reliable beginner who can find the lead from this nice draw and lead all the way.

Mandurah Race 5 No 4 Zambora Smokey $2.00 at PlayUp – Winner of 22 races in Victoria at the highest level, resuming here after 4 months on the sidelines and for a new kennel. Are classes above his rivals, and with a clean getaway, he will win easily. Yes.


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