Daily Dogs – Wednesday, February 12

Wentworth Park: Race 4 (8:08pm AEDT)
No. 2 Tookey Keeping

Tookey Keeping enters this race off a luckless performance from out wide here last week, but his form has been typically excellent, and he looks well placed to bounce back tonight. The son of Barcia Bale has won two of his last four, both in slick time and he should be able to find a more prominent position in transit tonight from the inside draw.

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:24pm AEDT)
No. 1 Memories One

Memories One is another greyhound that can continue a smart run of form through the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight. The daughter of Fernando Bale rarely returns a poor effort and flew home from an outside box to win at Gosford two back, before another fair effort to fill the minors from the middle of the field last time out. She can go straight to the lead from Box 1 and will give them something to chase.

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Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:08pm AEDT)
No. 2 Too Easy Punk

Too East Punk was an impressive last start winner and while he does face a small rise in class at Wentworth Park tonight, he looms as a winning chance again at a lovely price ($7 at publish). The son of Barcia Bale finished second in three-consecutive races; checked out of another before being rewarded with a lovely win here last week. I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:24pm AEDT)
No. 4 My Bro's Ethics

My Bro’s Ethics is seeking a hat-trick of wins when he steps out in the eighth at Wentworth Park this evening. The son of My Bro Fabio has actually won three of his last four but his last two efforts, both at this track and distance, have suggested that he has found peak condition. He has form from central boxes and if he steps well, will be hard to catch.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, February 11

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Horsham: Race 6 (4:52pm AEDT)
No. 4 Red Potion

Red Potion has returned several pleasing efforts of late and looks over the odds to win the sixth at Horsham this afternoon ($17 at publish). The son of Kitty Lad has missed a place only once in his last five starts, including two lovely wins down the straight at Healesville. As long as he steps well and handles the change in conditions, he’s up to this.

Ipswich: Race 5 (5:07pm AEDT)
No. 8 Werina Goes Bang

Werina Goes Bang has run one bad race since debuting and looks well placed to record another win at Ipswich this evening. The son of Lightning Frank never got into the race here three back but has filled the minors at his two subsequent starts and has tended to keep his best racing for Ipswich. He has form from out wide and will take beating.

Horsham: Race 7 (5:19pm AEDT)
No. 1 Get Go Boy

Get Go Boy tends to keep his best racing for Horsham, and he looks tough to beat in the seventh this afternoon, particularly after drawing the rails. The son of Fabregas recorded a dominant win here three back and was last seen finishing a close second, also at this track and distance but from a tougher draw. He’s rock-hard fit and ready to go.

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Ipswich: Race 9 (6:17pm AEDT)
No. 3 Paved In Gold

Paved In Gold has been a strong and consistent performer recently and strikes another winnable one at Ipswich this evening, at a lovely price ($8.50 at publish). The daughter of Dashing Corsair hasn’t finished outside of the places at her last five appearances, recording a lovely win over 288m here most notably. She can go forward from Box 3 and will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Monday, February 10

Albion Park: Race 4 (8:19pm AEDT)
No. 8 Bago Bluff

Bago Bluff will relish jumping from a wide box and a drop in class into the fourth at Albion Park tonight. The son of Barcia Bale doesn’t win out of turn, but he also rarely runs a bad race and looks well placed for a return to winning form, particularly in what is now a scratching-depleted field. With even luck, he should be winning.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:55pm AEDT)
No. 4 Misty Haze

Misty Haze will take winning form into the sixth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The daughter of Fernando Bale has continued to improve with racing this time, but her most-recent effort suggested that she has found peak condition, and she needs only even luck from the central box to be in the finish again.

Albion Park: Race 7 (9:17pm AEDT)
No. 2 Burnt Ends

Burnt Ends rarely runs a bad race and looks the one to beat in the seventh at Albion Park tonight. The son of Fernando Bale recorded a dominant win over 520m at Lismore three starts back; failing to finish his next start but hitting the line well to fill the minors at Grafton last time out. This is harder, but he is up to it.

Albion Park: Race 8 (9:40pm AEDT)
No. 1 Ricolina Girl

Ricolina Girl takes good form into her race at Albion Park tonight and looks a winning chance at a price ($9 at publish). The daughter of Bella Infrared was a smart winner at Ipswich two back before running on well for second, albeit comfortably beaten by the winner here last time out. Box 1 is ideal, and I can’t find a reason why she can’t fight out the finish again.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, February 9

Albion Park: Race 5 (7:42pm AEDT)
No. 8 Hope's Heist

Hope’s Heist will take winning form into he fifth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The son of Magic Sprite has continued to improve with racing since debuting and was rewarded with a well-deserved win from a tough draw last week. This looks slightly harder, but he can go on with the job.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:07pm AEDT)
No. 1 Senor Dylan

Senor Dylan is another smart last-start winner set to step out at Albion Park tonight and he’ll be hard to beat again, particularly having drawn Box 1. The son of El Grand Senor has returned several pleasing efforts throughout the last few months, but his performance and win here last week was particularly slick and a repeat would see him in the finish again.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:29pm AEDT)
No. 7 Machine Green

Machine Green rarely returns a poor effort and is primed to salute at Albion Park tonight. The daughter of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed a place at her last five starts, winning on three occasions including an easy performance at this track and distance last week. She’s rock-hard fit and will be hard to run down if she steps well.

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Albion Park: Race 9 (9:09pm AEDT)
No. 1 Dixie Louise

Dixie Louise has been racing well without winning recently but looks as though she’ll get a chance at Albion Park tonight at a lovely price ($11 at publish). The daughter of Sulzanti did record a couple of nice wins in December and has placed at each of her last three starts, all tougher race. This is probably another rise in class, but she’s drawn well and looks capable of finish in the first three.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, February 8

Wentworth Park: Race 1 (6:39pm AEDT)
No. 4 Typhoon To Excel

Typhoon To Excel has mixed his form a little this time, but he has been at his best when jumping from a central box and he will have the benefit of an empty draw on his outside tonight. The son of Allkel To Excel was a dominant winner over 535m at Richmond last month but has been reasonably luckless in three subsequent appearances. This looks a good opportunity for him to bounce back into the winner’s stall.

Wentworth Park: Race 4 (7:38pm AEDT)
No. 1 Ritza Gloria

This looks like being a pretty competitive race, but Ritza Gloria has been a strong and consistent performer at this grade recently and looks tough to beat after drawing Box 1. The daughter of Ritza Lenny is yet to miss a place; winning three and filling the minors in two and she was last seen finishing off well at this track and distance. I think her draw will prove the difference in a return to winning form.

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Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:38pm AEDT)
No. 7 Tennessee Tiger

Tennessee Tiger returned an enormous effort to salute at this track and distance in slick time this week and looks the one to beat again. The son of Sh Avatar has produced several excellent performances this campaign, but his effort last week was simply outstanding, and I don’t see a reason why we should jump off after he saluted for us at around $2.60.

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Wentworth Park: Race 10 (9:37pm AEDT)
No. 7 Vintage Dancer

There’s no doubt that this is the toughest race that Vintage Dancer has been tasked with, but it’s hard to argue with consistent winning form and he looks over the odds at a double-figure price ($11 at publish). The son of El Grand Senor rarely runs a bad race and has won his last three starts in impressive fashion. He is as tough as they come and with even luck, can fight out the finish.

Daily Dogs – Friday, February 7

Richmond: Race 3 (7:58pm AEDT)
No. 7 Barcia's Wish

Barcia’s Wish has found peak condition and will take beating in the third at Richmond tonight. The son of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing since resuming but has won his last three starts in dominant fashion. With even luck, I can’t find a reason why he can’t win again.

Richmond: Race 4 (8:18pm AEDT)
No. 6 Here's Ziggy

Here’s Ziggy will need luck after drawing the potentially sticky Box 6, but he is capable of an enormous performance on his day and does look up to doing something here. The son of Barcia Bale recorded consecutive wins here last month, one in particularly slick time and he was last seen filling the minors of a tougher race.

Richmond: Race 5 (8:38pm AEDT)
No. 5 Just A Diva

Just A Diva will take winning form into the fifth at Richmond tonight and looks well place to make it two in a row. The daughter of Unlawful Entry was unlucky not to win two and three starts back having finished a close-up second on both occasions but was rewarded with a well-deserved win here last time out, in slick time. A repeat of that effort would see her winning again.  

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Richmond: Race 6 (8:58pm AEDT)
No. 3 Laurie's Flyer

Laurie’s Flyer has gone to another level recently and is the one to beat in the sixth at Richmond tonight. A son of the legendary Fernando Bale, Laurie’s Flyer has won each of his last four starts, six of his last eight and hasn’t looked troubled virtually at all. He need only step well to be in the finish again, and he is my best of the night.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, February 6

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Sandown Park: Race 4 (8:04pm AEDT)
No. 1 Restricted

Restricted has been a strong and consistent performer since debuting and looks up to winning the fourth at Sandown Park tonight, at a lovely price ($8 at publish). The son of Moreira has missed a place only once in six career starts so far; winning on three occasions including two at this track and distance. There is no doubt that he’ll need to be at his best to overcome the likes of Jim Zarr Dashian, but he should be given every opportunity from Box 1.

Sandown Park: Race 6 (8:43pm AEDT)
No. 8 Kraken Dust

Kraken Dust has been a strong and consistent performer recently and strikes a winnable one at Sandown Park tonight. The son of Fernando Bale recorded three wins in succession last month, including one in particularly slick time over 715m here at Sandown Park. He is a greyhound that relishes jumping from out wide and he can finish over the top of his rivals.

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Sandown Park: Race 8 (9:25pm AEDT)
No. 1 Brother Cousin

Simply put, Brother Cousin has been airborne of late and looms as the one to beat in the eighth at Sandown Park tonight, particularly having drawn Box 1. The son of Moreira has won four of his last eight races including two in succession leading into this, suggesting he has found top gear. He can go straight to the lead and distance terms for his rivals.  

Sandown Park: Race 11 (10:28pm AEDT)
No. 4 Mrs. Sharp

Mrs. Sharp has continued to improve with racing recently and is primed to when the penultimate race at Sandown Park tonight. The three-year-old daughter of Unlawful Entry rarely returns a poor effort and has mustered an eye-catching turn of foot to fill the minors at her last two appearances. She’ll need to step well from Box 4 but with even luck, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, February 5

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (8:26pm AEDT)
No. 6 Tookey Keeping

Tookey Keeping has been in strong and consistent form recently and looks tough to beat again in the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Barcia Bale has won two of his last three starts, both in slick time and including a dominant performance over 516m at Dubbo last time out. This is harder, but he is up to it.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (8:47pm AEDT)
No. 1 Cool Rocco

Cool Rocco is another consistent performer than looks well placed to win at Wentworth Park. The son of Fabregas recorded a lovely win at The Gardens three back and has filled the minors at this track and distance at his last two, jumping from tough draws. A return to Box 1 could prove all the difference.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (9:05pm AEDT)
No. 3 Fire On Ice

Fire On Ice will take winning form into the seventh at Wentworth Park tonight and looks tough to beat. The daughter of Fernando Bale rarely runs a bad race and stepped out in Group 2 company two back, albeit a failed tilt, before returning to winning form at The Gardens last time out. She’s rock hard fit and can make it two in a row.

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Wentworth Park: Race 8 (9:25pm AEDT)
No. 2 Non Plussed

Non Plussed has returned several pleasing efforts of late and strikes a very winnable one at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Hay Fergus hasn’t missed a place at his last six appearances, winning twice and he tracked home well to finish in the minors in stronger company last time. He can make all of his own luck from an inside box tonight and looks over the odds at his current price ($6 at publish).

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, February 4

Ipswich: Race 7 (5:39pm AEDT)
No. 3 Preferred Lies

Preferred Lies is seeking a hat-trick of wins when she steps out in the seventh at Ipswich tonight. The daughter of Barcia Bale rarely runs a bad race, but her last two performances, both dominant wins at this track and distance and in slick time suggested that she has found peak condition. She needs only step well from the awkward draw to fight out the finish again.

Gosford: Race 6 (8:38pm AEDT)
No. 2 Stelly Girl

Stelly Girl has continued to improve with racing recently and strikes a very winnable one at Gosford tonight. The daughter of Fabregas doesn’t win out of turn, but she’s hit the line well from out wide to fill the minors at her last two and this does look an easier task for her. With even luck, she’s ready to win.

Gosford: Race 7 (8:58pm AEDT)
No. 4 Sheza Party Girl

Sheza Party Girl will take winning form into the seventh at Gosford and looks well placed to make it two in a row. The daughter of Barcia Bale has missed a place only once at her last seven appearances and mustered an eye-catching turn of foot to salute by close to five lengths at this track and distance last time out. A repeat of that effort would see her hard to beat again.

Gosford: Race 10 (9:58pm AEDT)
No. 4 Sticky Wicket

Sticky Wicket simply does not know how to run a bad race and even from the potentially awkward box 4, will be tough to beat at Gosford tonight. The daughter of My Bro Fabio hasn’t missed a place at her last seven starts, winning on two occasions and was last seen hitting the line to finish second in decent company at The Gardens. She’s rock-hard fit and ready to win again.

Daily Dogs – Monday, February 3

Angle Park: Race 2 (7pm AEDT)
No. 1 Horror Show

Horror Show has returned a few competitive efforts this time and is ready to win again at Angle Park this evening. The daughter of Worm Burner was a dominant winner at this track and distance on New Year’s Day and has been racing well in tougher company, without a lot of luck. She can make all her own luck today from Box 1 and will take beating.

Angle Park: Race 7 (8:52pm AEDT)
No. 2 Long Gully Bella

Long Gully Bella has found top gear and looks the one to beat in the seventh at Angle Park tonight. The daughter of Spring Gun returned several pleasing efforts late last year and in January, but her two most recent efforts were nothing short of outstanding, included a five-length win at this track and distance. She needs only to step well to fight out the finish again.

Angle Park: Race 10 (9:51pm AEDT)
No. 1 Emerley Skimmer

Emerly Skimmer has been a strong and consistent performer recently and is ready to return to the winner’s stall tonight. The daughter of Worm Burner has finished second at each of her last two appearances, including a smart performance from the outside box last week, in which she finished within a length of the winner. A return to the inside could prove all the difference.

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Angle Park: Race 11 (10:07pm AEDT)
No. 1 Danyo's Sarah

Danyo’s Sarah will take winning form into the eleventh at Angle Park tonight and will be hard to beat again. The daughter of Barcia Bale is another greyhound that rarely runs a bad race and she was utterly dominant at her most recent appearances. This is tougher, but she can go straight to the lead and will give them something to chase.