Daily Dogs – Wednesday, January 22

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:27pm AEDT)
No. 2 Typhoon To Excel

Typhoon To Excel will take winning form into the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight and looks up to make it two in a row. The son of Allkel To Excel rarely runs a bad race, but his win over 535m at Richmond on Saturday was amongst his best career performances and he should be given every opportunity to replicate it tonight from Box 2.

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Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:48pm AEDT)
No. 3 Non Plussed

Non Plussed is another strong and consistent performer, and I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish of the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight, at a price ($9.50 at publish). The daughter of Fernando Bale recorded a dominant win at this track and distance at her most-recent appearance and while this is a step up in class, she looks more than up to it.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:27pm AEDT)
No. 2 Hardaway Harada

Hardaway Harada was an impressive last start winner and looks beautifully placed to record another at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Barcia Bale tucked in behind the early speed here last week and mustered an eye-catching turn of foot in the straight to finish over the tops of his rivals. His drawing of Box 2 tonight means that he should be able to replicate that performance.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:49pm AEDT)
No. 2 Fab's Unicorn

Fab’s Unicorn boasts excellent box speed and that could prove the difference in this 280m dash at Wentworth Park tonight. The daughter of Fabregas has been a model of consistency recently and recorded a dominant win in slick time at Bathurst two back, albeit in easier company. There’s a couple of handy ones confirmed for a start, but I’m happy to take the $5.50 on offer for Fab’s Unicorn at publish.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, January 21

Ipswich: Race 6 (5:34pm AEDT)
No. 6 Ringbark Reign

Ringbark Reign has mixed his form a little of late, but he is capable of a big performance under the right conditions and looks well placed to win today. The son of Head Bound recorded a lovely win at this track and distance two back but was luckless when stepping up in grade last time out. This looks a far more appropriate task for him.

Ipswich: Race 7 (5:54pm AEDT)
No. 1 Spring Roy

Spring Roy will take winning form into the seventh at Ipswich this evening and looks well placed to make it two in a row after drawing Box 1. The son of KC And All could hardly have been more impressive when winning at this track and distance last week and he should be able to dictate terms again.

Ipswich: Race 8 (6:10pm AEDT)
No. 6 Winning Light

Winning Light has been flying recently and looks tough to beat in the eighth at Ipswich this evening. The daughter of Cosmic Rumble beat a decent field to the line at her most recent appearance in particularly slick time, and with appropriate luck from out wide, it’s tough imagining any of these getting the better of her.

Gosford: Race 4 (7:58pm AEDT)
No. 7 My Halo

My Halo has won four races in succession leading into her appearance at Gosford tonight and will take beating again. The daughter of My Bro Fabio rarely runs a bad race, but her recent form has probably been the best of her career to date and this looks another lovely race for her.

Daily Dogs – Monday, January 20

Albion Park: Race 2 (7:46pm AEDT)
No. 2 Velocity Zarin

Velocity Zarin has returned plenty of pleasing performances and looks primed to win the second at Albion Park tonight. The daughter of Kiowa Producer recorded a lovely win here in November and has improved for two starts since resuming this month, including a credible second at the track and distance last week.

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:46pm AEDT)
No. 7 Limited Edition

Limited Edition has capable of a big performance under the right conditions and it looks as though she’ll get them in the fifth at Albion Park tonight. The daughter of Fernando Bale has only made six career appearances to date but has recorded three wins and placed second on another occasion, and she’ll haver the benefit of empty boxes on her inside for this.

Albion Park: Race 8 (9:45pm AEDT)
No. 2 Alby Valley

Alby Valley has been airborne of late and looms as the one to beat in the eighth at Albion Park tonight. The son of Sh Avatar continued to improve with racing during his early preparation but has won each of his last three starts in dominant fashion, two of which in particularly slick time. The inside draw suits.

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Albion Park: Race 9 (10:04pm AEDT)
No. 8 Emmaville Bella

There’s no denying that race favourite Queen Supreme will take plenty of beating, but Emmaville Flyer is an above-average athlete and looms as a live each-way chance of winning the ninth at Albion Park. The daughter of Primo Uno ran on well to finish fourth in Grade 3/4 class last time out and with even luck from out wide, can fight out the finish of this.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, January 19

Healesville: Race 5 (12:10pm AEDT)
No. 7 Golden Years

Golden Years will take winning form into the fifth at Healesville today and will take beating again. The son of Banjo Boy has won two of his last three starts, including a dominant performance in slick time here three back. He is a runner that is suited to an outside draw and with even luck, he should be making it two in a row.

Healesville: Race 8 (1:11pm AEDT)
No. 7 Riddles

Riddles has a class edge over his rivals in the eighth at Healesville this afternoon and looks up to returning to winning form. The son of Barcia Bale was an impressive winner of a harder race at Sandown Park three back and has been luckless at his two most-recent appearances. If he steps well and with appropriate luck this time, he can overcome these rivals.

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Healesville: Race 10 (1:47pm AEDT)
No. 1 Aston Truffle

Aston Truffle only just missed at this track and distance last week and looks capable of going one better this afternoon, at a price ($8 at publish). The Kinloch Brae strung together three wins last month and has continued to return competitive efforts and results. He can make his own luck from Box 1 and can fight out the finish.

Healesville: Race 11 (2:13pm AEDT)
No. 4 Man City Boy

Man City is another runner that will take winning form into his race at Healesville this afternoon and looks the one to beat again. The son of Barcia Bale never appeared in doubt last week; striding to the lead from a central box and giving his rivals windburn in what was a dominant performance. A repeat of that would see him winning again.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, January 18

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Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:57pm AEDT)
No. 8 Good Odds Harada

Good Odds Harada doesn’t know how to run a bad race and looks the one to beat in the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Collision hasn’t finished worse than second at his last six appearances, which included an impressive win in Group 1 company. He’s rock-hard fit and is my best of the night.

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Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:17pm AEDT)
No. 2 Dual Keroma

Dual Keroma has found strong and consistent form recently and looms as a live chance of winning the sixth at Wentworth Park, at a nice price ($6 at publish). The son of Lochinvar Marlow recorded three wins in succession last month, all in slick time and was last seen finishing second at this track and distance. The inside draw suits and with even luck, he can fight out the finish.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:37pm AEDT)
No. 2 King Cratos

King Cratos is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out at Wentworth Park tonight and looks up to pulling it off. The son of Sh Avatar has continued to improve with racing, but his two most recent efforts suggested he has found peak condition. This is certainly harder, but he’ll have conditions to suit and looks up to it.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (8:59pm AEDT)
No. 1 Feral Franky

Feral Franky is another above-average greyhound stepping out in the Paws Of Thunder Heats at Wentworth Park tonight and he looks tough to beat. The son of Collision recorded consecutive wins two and three starts, including a Group 3 race and was last seen bolting home to fill the minors in Group 1 company. He can dictate terms from Box 1 and can record another win.

Daily Dogs – Friday, January 17

Healesville: Race 5 (12:17pm AEDT)
No. 8 Red Potion

Red Potion will appreciate a drop in class at Healesville today and looks tough to beat in the fifth. The son of Kitty Lad doesn’t win out of turn, but he also rarely runs a bad race and hit the line well to finish third here last week. He can stay away from early trouble from out wide and will take plenty of beating in this class.

Healesville: Race 7 (12:55pm AEDT)
No. 8 Meehan Pebbles

Meehan Pebbles is another runner that looks beautifully placed for a return to winning form at Healesville this afternoon. The daughter of Barcia Bale returned an enormous performance to salute in slick time here last month and was last seen finishing second from a central draw here last week. With even luck, this looks a lovely race for her.

Healesville: Race 11 (2:07pm AEDT)
No. 8 Global Gem

Global Gem has mixed her form a little of late, but she relishes jumping from a wide draw and looks well placed for a return to the winner’s stall. Another daughter of Barcia Bale, Global Gem was an impressive winner from Box 7 here two back before a luckless, though fair effort last time out. She’s rock-hard fit and looks the one to beat.

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Ipswich: Race 9 (6:22pm AEDT)
No. 2 Crocodile Smile

Crocodile Smile faces a rise in class at Ipswich tonight, but she has been in strong and consistent form of late and looms as a live chance of winning at a price ($7 at publish). The daughter of Dyna Double One recorded three wins in succession before running second here last time out. She’s rock-hard fit and with appropriate luck, can fight out the finish again.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, January 16

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Sandown Park: Race 5 (8:25pm AEDT)
No. 1 Renewed

Renewed has been in consistent form of late and looms as a live chance of saluting in the fifth at Sandown Park tonight, particularly having drawn Box 1. The son of Kinloch Brae was an impressive winner in slick time at The Meadows last month and hasn’t missed a place at his last three starts, which including an eye-catching second at this track and distance last week. He appears capable of going on with the job in this company.

Sandown Park: Race 6 (8:46pm AEDT)
No. 6 Mandalorian

Mandalorian looks to be a star in the making and while he does face his sternest task to date in the sixth at Sandown Park tonight, he is primed for another big performance. The son of Barcia Bale has won each of his last three starts by a combined seven lengths, two of which at this track and distance. He will need appropriate luck in running given he is jumping from out wide, but he certainly has the talent.

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Sandown Park: Race 8 (9:28pm AEDT)
No. 6 Slingshot Hammer

Slingshot Hammer will enjoy a big drop in class into the eighth at Sandown Park tonight and looks hard to beat. A son of the legendary Fernando Bale, Slingshot Hammer was a dominant winner at this grade at The Meadows three starts back progressing to a close-up second in a heat at Warragul two back before stepping out in Group 2 company last time out. If he steps well, back luck looks his only real concern.

Sandown Park: Race 10 (10:12pm AEDT)
No. 7 Weblec Jack

Weblec Jack will take winning form into the tenth at Sandown Park and looks up to making it two in a row. The son of Kinloch Brae rarely runs a bad race and flew home to finish over the top of her rivals at Geelong last week. He is a runner that is suited to an outside draw and with even luck, he can replicate his last-start effort tonight.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, January 15

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm AEDT)
No. 4 Turbo Thomas

Turbo Thomas has been airborne of last and looms as the one to beat in the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Collision has won each of his last eight starts, all in outstanding time and his last three by a combined fourteen lengths. This is harder, but he clearly has the runs on the board and will have the benefit of an empty box to his outside.

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Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:25pm AEDT)
No. 1 Mike's Return

Mike’s Return is a consistent performer and looms as a winning chance in the eighth at Wentworth Park tonight, at a price ($10 at publish). The son of Barcia Bale has missed a place only once in his last four appearances and is a proven performer at this track and distance. He can make all his own luck from Box 1 and can fight out the finish.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:45pm AEDT)
No. 4 Summer In Motion

Summer In Motion’s win at this track and distance and at this grade last week was simply outstanding, and a repeat of that effort would see her just winning again. The daughter of Magic Sprite rarely runs a bad race and when she wins, she does it in excellent time. With even luck from the central box, she’ll take a power of beating again.

Wentworth Park: Race 10 (10:02pm AEDT)
No. 7 Bear's Octane

Bear’s Octane will take winning form into the last at Wentworth Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The son of Keybow is another greyhound that rarely runs a bad race and his last-start effort suggested that he has found peak condition. With the empty box on inside, he can go straight to the lead and will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, January 14

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Devonport: Race 5 (1:47pm AEDT)
No. 1 Clubber

Clubber will take winning form into the fifth at Devonport today and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The son of Sulzanti has continued to improve with racing recently, but his last-start effort to salute over 515m at Launceston was outstanding and suggested that he has found peak condition. He can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and will give them something to chase. ($7 at publish).

Devonport: Race 8 (2:49pm AEDT)
No. 6 Lady Danger

Lady Danger has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looms as the one to beat in the eighth at Devonport this afternoon. The daughter of Kayda Shae hasn’t missed a place at her last four appearances, winning on two occasions including a smart win at this track last time out, from this draw. With appropriate luck, it looks hers to lose again.

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Ipswich: Race 9 (6:28pm AEDT)
No. 4 Winning Light

Winning Light has been in excellent form of late and is primed to make it three in a row at Ipswich this evening. The daughter of Cosmic Rumble has typically been racing in tougher company than she strikes tonight and was a smart winning in slick time here two back, before winning over 520m at Albion Park last time out. She’s my best of the day.

Ipswich: Race 10 (6:52pm AEDT)
No. 1 Little Go Getter

Little Go Getter was luckless here at Ipswich last week, but his form prior was good, and he is primed to win the last today. The son of Zabdon Ferrari recorded a dominant win here three back; progressing to a credible third in a harder race two back. He’s rock-hard fit and should be given every opportunity to dictate terms from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Monday, January 13

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:35pm AEDT)
No. 7 Best Fit

Best Fit has mixed his form a little since debuting, but he’ll enjoy a drop in class at Albion Park tonight and up to winning. The son of Fabregas has only had seven career starts so far, but immediately stamped himself as a dog to follow when winning two of his first three. He’ll further have the benefit of an empty box on his inside tonight.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:55pm AEDT)
No. 2 One To Win

One To Win will return from a short spell at Albion Park tonight and is up to winning. The son of Fabregas was a consistent performer last time in and returned plenty of pleasing efforts and results in tougher races that this. He can make his own luck from an inside draw and will be hard to beat.

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Albion Park: Race 7 (9:18pm AEDT)
No. 1 Techno Hornet

Techno Hornet doesn’t win out of turn, but he also rarely runs a bad race and he is up to winning the seventh at Albion Park tonight, at a lovely price ($11 at publish). The son of Paw Licking savaged the line from a central draw to finish a close-up second the last time he stepped out in this grade and should be given an even better chance from Box 1 tonight.

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Albion Park: Race 10 (10:16pm AEDT)
No. 2 Headspin

The early scratching of several key runners including Solo Mission has left Headspin and as the greyhound to beat in the last at Albion Park tonight. Headspin has been in strong and consistent form recently and should be able to dictate terms in this contest from Box 2. With even luck, he’s going to take a power of beating.