Daily Dogs – Sunday, September 22

Sale: Race 6 (7:12pm)
No. 6 So They Say

So They Say will carry winning form into the fifth at Sale and looks tough to beat again. The son of El Grand Senor has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence during his short racing career and if he can replicate his last run at this track and distance, he’ll just win again.

Sale: Race 7 (7:27pm)
No. 8 Zipping Nitro

Zipping Nitro has a class edge over his rivals in the seventh at Sale today and will take plenty of beating. The son of My Bro Fabio recorded a blistering time over 600m at The Meadows last time out and bad luck from the outside box looks his only real concern this time around.

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Sale: Race 8 (7:46pm)
No. 5 Tansy

There is no doubt that Tansy faces a reasonable rise in class at Sale tonight, but he has been racing extremely well and looms as a live each-way chance ($16 at publish). A daughter of Fernando Bale, Tansy has continued to improve with racing this time and was last seen recording a smart win at this track and distance. This does look a pretty open contest and with even luck, he looks up to fighting out the finish.

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Sale: Race 9 (8:11pm)
No. 4 I'm The Poppet

I’m The Poppet is a talented greyhound and will be tough to run down in the ninth at Sale tonight. The daughter of Black Magic Opal has been racing well in tougher races recently and is rock-hard fit for this contest. She’ll have the benefit of an empty box on her inside and can go straight to the lead.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 21

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:29pm)
No. 1 Kraken Spike

Kraken Spike has been a model of consistency recently and strikes a winnable one at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed a place at his last seven campaign starts and can make all of his own luck tonight from Box 1.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:48pm)
No. 8 Blabba Mouth

Blabba Mouth has been airborne of late and looks the one to beat in the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Magic Sprite has shown a clear affiliation for Wentworth Park and has won each of his last three starts, all at this track and distance. Bad luck from the wide alley looks his only real concern.

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Wentworth Park: Race 8 (8:32pm)
No. 2 Poacher

Poacher faces a rise in class at Wentworth Park tonight, but he has been racing extremely well and is up to winning again at a price ($10 at publish). The son of Fabregas has enjoyed a nice rise through the grades and has won four of his last five starts, including a six-length domination here late last month. He’s drawn well and can fight out the finish.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (8:50pm)
No. 1 Weemala John

Weemala John is an above-average athlete and looks well placed to record another win at Wentworth Park tonight. Weemala John recorded consecutive wins at Richmond two and three starts back and worked home well to finish second behind the talented Ebby Infrared last time out. There is no dog of that calibre in this field and Weemala John can return to winning form.

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 20

Healesville: Race 4 (12:03pm)
No. 1 Lanis Morris

Lanis Morris will have conditions to suit at Healesville today and is up to winning the fourth at a nice price ($5.50 at publish). The daughter of Fernando Bale can go straight to the lead from Box 1 this afternoon and given this is a short, sharp 300m dash, I think she’ll be tough to run down.

Healesville: Race 5 (12:22pm)
No. 3 Samba King

Samba King has returned several pleasing efforts recently and looks capable of winning the fifth at Healesville this afternoon. The son of Magic Sprite mustered a particularly slick performance to score at this track and distance last week and a repeat of that effort would simply see him winning again.

Healesville: Race 10 (2:07pm)
No. 2 Flaming Fabio

Flaming Fabio was an impressive winner here at Healesville last time out and looks well placed to make it two in a row today. The son of My Bro Fabio mustered a lightning turn of foot to scorch the line last week and he should be given every opportunity to replicate that run from Box 2.

Healesville: Race 12 (2:47pm)
No. 1 Macauliff

Macauliff hasn’t been seen at the races since June, but he is a dog of immense talent and I’m expecting him to fire fresh in the last at Healesville today. The son of Cosmic Rumble did mix his form a little last time, but he has a class edge over the majority of these rivals and can make a winning return.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, September 19

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Angle Park: Race 6 (8:58pm)
No. 2 Oakvale Beauty

Oakvale Beauty has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks difficult to beat in the sixth at Angle Park tonight, at a nice price. The talented daughter of Kinloch Brae hasn’t finished out of the places at her last eight competitive appearances, winning two of her last three starts. She’s drawn a peach in Box 2 and can win again.

Angle Park: Race 8 (9:40pm)
No. 4 Curt Lee

Simply put, Curt Lee has been airborne this time in and will take a power of beating in the eighth at Angle Park tonight. A son of the legendary Fernando Bale, Curt Lee has recorded wins in five of his last seven starts; placing on the other two occasions, and the central draw tonight should prove to be a concern as his form from similar boxes is excellent.

Angle Park: Race 9 (10:05pm)
No. 2 Jack Get Back

Jack Get Back is seeking a third-consecutive win when he steps out at Angle Park tonight and looks to have conditions to suit again. The son of Kinloch Braw has won his last two starts, four of his last five and was last seen recording a dominant six-length win at this track and distance. He’s drawn ideally on the inside and has the benefit of an empty box on his outside.

Angle Park: Race 11 (10:42pm)
No. 2 Bailey Rocks

Bailey Rocks was never in the hunt after a luckless start here last week, but her form prior was excellent, and she can bounce back into the winner’s stall at Angle Park tonight. The daughter of Fernando Bale recorded three wins in succession prior to her last start, and a repeat of any would have her winning this.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, September 18

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:25pm)
No. 6 Wild Flyer

Wild Flyer has been airborne recently and with even luck from the central box, can record another win. The daughter of Fabregas finished third on debut and has since recorded four-consecutive wins, all in slick time. Bad luck looks her only real concern.

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Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:45pm)
No. 1 Velocity Tonelli

Velocity Tonelli faces a rise in class at Wentworth Park tonight, but she has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looms as a live chance at a price ($10 at publish). The daughter of Barcia Bale hasn’t finished worse than second in her last five appearances, including two wins and she can make all of her own luck from Box 1.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:05pm)
No. 8 Really Unreal

Really Unreal will carry winning form into the seventh at Wentworth Park tonight and looks extremely difficult to beat. The daughter of Barcia Bale has mixed her form a little, but her last-start effort at this track and distance from a wide box was outstanding, and a repeat of that effort would see her winning again.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (9:49pm)
No. 2 Lightning Vision

Lightning Vision was luckless last time out, but his form prior was first rate and he can atone in the ninth at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Kinloch Brae recorded four-consecutive wins leading into his luckless effort at Dapto last time, and a repeat of any would surely see him winning in this company.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, September 17

Gosford: Race 3 (7:39pm)
No. 2 Rose Of Lachlan

Rose Of Lachlan has continued to improve with racing since debuting will be tough to beat in the third at Gosford tonight. The daughter of Oaks Road put the writing on the wall when she debuted for a dominant win at The Gardens late last month and has continued to return quality efforts in tougher races, including another smart win last time out.

Gosford: Race 5 (8:22pm)
No. 2 Warrumbungle Gem

Warrumbungle Gem was an impressive last start winner and is up to fighting out the finish of a tougher race at Gosford tonight, at a nice price ($5.50 at publish). The daughter of El Grand Senor finished off her races well two and three starts back to place on the winner’s heels, but her last start effort to score over 272m at The Gardens was particularly slick, and a repeat of that effort would see her hard to beat again.

Gosford: Race 7 (9:05pm)
No. 1 Black Inca

Black Inca has drawn into a field with a couple of smart ones tonight, but he has found excellent form of his own recently and is set to get the gun run from Box 1. The son of Barcia Bale has won three of his last fourth starts, all in slick times, and a repeat of any would see him extremely difficult to beat again.

Gosford: Race 9 (9:42pm)
No. 4 Laces Out

There is no doubt that Laces Out faces a step up in class at Gosford tonight, but it is also hard to argue with strong winning form, and that is certainly something that she has found recently. The daughter of Lochinvar Marlow has continued to improve with each effort, but her last two efforts from tough draws have been excellent and she is a genuine each-way threat again ($10 at publish).

Daily Dogs – Monday, September 16

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Albion Park: Race 4 (7:54pm)
No. 2 Next

Next has continued to improve with racing and is up to winning the fourth at a nice price tonight ($6 at publish). The daughter of Fear Zafonic mustered a nice turn of foot to run on for third here last week and should be offered a better run from the inside box this time around.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:55pm)
No. 1 Banjo's Issue

Banjo’s Issue will carry winning form into the seventh at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The son of Sulzanti has mixed his form a little, but his last effort was outstanding and a repeat of that from Box 1 would see him winning again.

Albion Park: Race 8 (9:17pm)
No. 1 Pearl Za Diamond

Pearl Za Diamond has been racing well recently and looks tough to beat in the eighth at Albion Park tonight. The daughter of Dyna Double One recorded a dominant win at this track and distance ttwo back, before another fair effort in a tougher race last time out. She can make all of her own luck from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, September 14

Wentworth Park: Race 1 (6:12pm)
No. 1 China O'Brien

China O’Brien has shown decent ability during her short racing career and can return to winning form in the first at Wentworth Park this evening. Daughter of My Bro Fabio recorded a smart win over 515m at Gosford last month and has fought home well at her three most-recent starts. She can make all of her own luck from Box 1.

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Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:27pm)
No. 1 Nearly Blue

Nearly Blue has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks up to winning again at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Lochinvar Marlow has recorded two wins at his last four starts and is rock-hard fit for this assignment. Just Terms will be extremely difficult to beat, but there is no doubt that Nearly Blue is over the odds at around the $11 mark (at publish) and he can certainly help fill the minors.

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Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:08pm)
No. 2 Veloce Nero

Veloce Nero will carry winning form into the seventh at Wentworth Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The daughter of Fernando Bale has been in excellent form for a while now, but he last-start win was particularly gritty and a repeat of that effort from Box 2 tonight would see her winning again.

Wentworth Park: Race 9 (8:45pm)
No. 1 Ellie Belles

Ellie Belles doesn’t win out of turn, but she’s got conditions to suit in the penultimate race at Wentworth Park tonight and can bounce back into the winner’s stall. The daughter of My Bro Fabio can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Friday, September 13

Healesville: Race 3 (11:56am)
No. 2 Rockin' Rosco

Rockin’ Rosco has returned several pleasing efforts recently and is ready to win at Healesville this afternoon. The son of Dyna Double One hasn’t missed a place at his last three starts, all here, but he’s faced with arguably a weaker field today and will have the benefit of an empty box on his outside.

Healesville: Race 4 (12:15pm)
No. 8 Superior Uno

Superior Uno is a noted performer down the straight at Healesville and is primed to win the fourth this afternoon. The daughter of Primo Uno has a particularly slick PB here and has been finishing off her races well recently; placing on the winner’s heels at her last two. She can stay away from trouble on the outside and will be hard to hold out.

Healesville: Race 9 (1:47pm)
No. 1 Sam I'm Mikado

Sam I’m Mikado has continued to improve with racing and strikes a winnable one at Healesville this afternoon. The two-year-old flew home to finish a close-up second here last Friday and is rock-hard fit for today’s contest. He can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and will give them something to chase.

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Healesville: Race 12 (2:42pm)
No. 2 Sweet Ambush

Sweet Ambush has been racing well of late and will appreciate a drop in class, into the last at Healesville this afternoon. The daughter of Spud Regis has finished a close-up third at her two most-recent appearances, and she is capable of a big mid-race kick.