Daily Dogs – Tuesday, July 28

Gosford: Race 5 (8:23pm)
Same Race Multi

Zipping Phil has found good and consistent form and strikes another winnable race at Gosford tonight.

The son of My Bro Fabio recorded two impressive wins in succession before running second at Richmond last time out.

His chances of winning again were given a huge boost when he was allocated Box 1 tonight, so I’m going to select him as the winner in our Same Race Multi.

I’m also going to select How’s It Beauty and Zipping Jaffar to finish in the top three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Zipping Phil (Win)
  • 4 How’s It Beauty (Top 3)
  • 6 Zipping Jafar (Top 4)
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Gosford: Race 6 (8:43pm)
No. 3 Star Hotel

Star Hotel has gone to another level recently and looks a winning chance again tonight, at a nice price ($7 at publish).

The son of Aston Dee Bee has won each of his last four starts, three in particularly slick time, and he was last seen winning from a central box at this track and distance.

He’s rock-hard fit and with even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:23pm)
No. 2 Seymour Blue

Seymour Blue was an impressive last-start winner and can record another at Gosford tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale has made just five appearances at the races so far, but has won three and placed on another occasion.

He can use his good box speed to navigate to a forward position, and he’ll be tough to run down.

Gosford: Race 10 (10:03pm)
No. 2 Paige

Paige is capable of a high-rating performance on her day and I think she’ll have conditions to suit at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Dyna Double One has been a model of consistency recently and was last seen finishing off well from out wide to place second at The Gardens.

She can settle closer to the pace tonight from Box 2 and will be hard to hold out.

Daily Dogs – Monday, July 27

Albion Park: Race 5 (1:12pm)
No. 2 Riley's Reason

Riley’s Reason will take winning form into the fifth at Albion Park today and will be hard to beat again.

The son of My Bro Fabio has continued to improve with racing recently, but his last-start effort to easily win at this track and distance suggested he has found peak condition.

He can slot in behind the early pace and finish over the top of his rivals.

Albion Park: Race 7 (2:07pm)
Same Race Multi

Fernando Beach hasn’t won for a couple of months, but he also rarely returns a poor effort and can break back into the winner’s stall this afternoon.

The son of Fernando Bale has placed in four of his last five starts and is drawn to receive all the favours today, so I’m going to select him as the winner in our Same Race Multi.

The others that have caught my eye in this contest are Kiss An’ Roll and Waikarie Willow, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Fernando Beach (Win)
  • 3 Kiss An’ Roll (Top 3)
  • 5 Waikarie Willow (Top 4)
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Albion Park: Race 8 (2:22pm)
No. 3 Coast Guard

Coast Guard has gone to another level recently and will take a power of beating again at Albion Park today.

The son of Fernando Bale has won each of his last three starts, his last two in particularly slick time and by a combined eleven lengths.

He’ll have the benefit of an empty box on his inside and will take beating.

Albion Park: Race 10 (3:07pm)
No. 2 Vaquero

Vaquero will take winning form into the tenth race at Albion Park this afternoon and is up to making it two in a row.

The son of Paw Licking hasn’t missed a place at his last seven appearances and was an impressive winner from out wide last week.

I concede that he’ll need to be at his best to beat the likes of Rapid State, but I think that he will be.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, July 26

Albion Park: Race 5 (6:48pm)
Same Race Multi

We’ve got a pretty clear-cut favourite in Special Was It going around in the fifth at Albion Park this evening, and it looks a great opportunity to place a Same Race Multi.

Special Was It has been racing well in tougher contests than this one recently and was last seen recording a dominant win from out wide here last so, so he goes on top of our multi.

The other two that have caught my eye here are Forever Diamonds and Blue Rocky, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first two and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Special Was It (Win)
  • 2 Forever Diamonds (Top 2)
  • 4 Blue Rocky (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 7 (7:28pm)
No. 4 Bow Baby

Bow Baby has found peak condition and looks the one to beat again in Race 7 at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Keybow has continued to improve with each start recently, culminating in consecutive wins at this track and distance most recently.

She can use her good box speed to overcome the central draw and will take beating.

Albion Park: Race 8 (7:48pm)
No. 1 Farmor Crownies

Farmor Crownies will take winning form into the eighth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The son of Velocette has missed a place just once in his last seven appearances, but his last-start effort was easily his best performance of late, and a repeat from Box 1 tonight would see him winning again.

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Albion Park: Race 12 (9:05pm)
No. 6 Blended

Blended hasn’t been seen at the races since May, but he is a quality greyhound and is up to winning this race at a genuine each-way price ($12 at publish).

The son of Lochinvar Marlow ran some good races south of the border during his recent prep, winning three in succession at The Gardens and Gosford most notably.

This is a pretty open race and I am happy to take the value around this runner.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, July 25

The Meadows: Race 6 (8:18pm)
No. 2 True Detective

True Detective is an above-average runner and I think he’ll take beating in tonight’s Group 3 Fireball Final.

The son of Black Magic Opal has been returning big performances in good races all season, and ran a close second behind Bronski Beat in the Group 1 Sandown Cup Final, most notably.

He should be able to navigate to a nice position in transit from Box 2 and with even luck, he can finish over the top of his rivals.

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The Meadows: Race 7 (8:40pm)
No. 3 Simon Told Helen

Simon Told Helen is probably the best greyhound currently going around in Australia, and he looks the one to beat in tonight’s Group 1 Maturity Final.

The son Of Barcia Bale has returned to the races in typically strong form this time, and won his way into this field with a dominant performance in his heat last week.

Bad luck looks his biggest danger but around the $2.20 mark, I’m happy to be with him.

The Meadows: Race 8 (9pm)
Same Race Multi

The outstanding contests continue in Race 8 and Group 1 winner Black Opium headlines the field.

Black Opium has been a strong and consistent performer throughout her racing career and enjoyed a fruitful trip to Queensland, highlighted by a win in the Group 1 Brisbane Cup, before returning south to finish second from Box 5 here last week.

She goes on top of our Same Race Multi.

The other runners that have caught my eye here at Weblec Ace and Whodat Opal, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Black Opium (Win)
  • 5 Weblec Ace (Top 3)
  • 4 Whotdat Opal (Top 4)
The Meadows: Race 11 (9:58pm)
No. 1 Flossing

Flossing will take winning form into the penultimate contest at The Meadows tonight and is up to making it two in a row.

The daughter of Banjo Boy has missed a place only a couple of times in her last eight starts and returned a particularly eye-catching effort to win in slick time at Geelong, last time out.

This is harder, but she’s drawn to receive all the favours from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Friday, July 24

Healesville: Race 6 (12:49pm)
Same Race Multi

There are few things more enjoyable than a race down the straight at Healesville, I think that Worthy Prince will take a power of beating in the sixth this afternoon.

The son of Barcia Bale tends to keep his best races for here at Healesville and he can go straight to the lead today, so I’m going to select him as the winner in our Same Race Multi.

The other runners that have caught my eye are Lucky Paws and Shirdale Tom, so I’m also going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Worthy Prince (Win)
  • 6 Lucky Paws (Top 3)
  • 3 Shirdale Tom (Top 4)
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Healesville: Race 11 (2:37pm)
No. 5 Ko Rapid Jack

This is one of the more open contests at Healesville today and a runner like Ko Rapid Jack has winning claims at a nice price ($7 at publish).

The son of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in a lovely win at this track and distance in June.

He’s had a freshen-up and with luck from the draw, he’ll be hard to beat. We can have an each-way play at the price.

Richmond: Race 8 (9:42pm)
No. 7 Ritza Coen

Ritza Coen has found top gear and strikes another winnable contest at Richmond tonight.

The son of Collision has won four of his last five starts, including three in succession leading into this race, and his form from out wide is good.

He can stalk the early pace form out wide and with even luck, finish over the top of his rivals.

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Richmond: Race 10 (10:27pm)
No. 7 Left Unsaid

Left Unsaid hasn’t missed a place at her last seven appearances and looks the one to beat again in Race 10 at Richmond tonight.

The daughter of Sh Avatar has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in four-consecutive wins in slick time, leading into this.

She’ll have the benefit of an empty box on her inside for this race and will take a power of beating.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, July 23

Sandown Park: Race 3 (6:53pm)
No. 1 Carry On Angel

Carry On Angel has made just three appearances at the races so far, but he has more than stamped himself as a runner to follow and can continue his rise through the grades at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Mepunga Blazer raced greenly and ran into trouble on debut here earlier this month, but responded with an eye-catching performance in slick time to record his first win.

He has since recorded another, more dominant win at this track and distance and will give them something to chase again.

Sandown Park: Race 5 (7:34pm)
Same Race Multi

Shima Shine has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks the one to beat again in Race 5 at Sandown Park.

The son of Barcia Bale has won four of his last five races, filling the minors in Group 2 company on the other occasion, and he was last seen recording a dominant win at Horsham.

He goes on top of tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye here are Mepunga Daniel and Halberd Bale, so I’m also going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Shima Shine (Win)
  • 4 Mepunga Daniel (Top 3)
  • 2 Halberd Bale (Top 4)
each way
Sandown Park: Race 7 (8:19pm)
No. 1 Frankie Fever

Frankie Fever faces a rise in class at Sandown Park tonight, but he was an impressive last-start winner and looks to have favourable conditions again.

The son of Barcia Bale flew the boxes here at Sandown Park last week and crossed the field from out wide, leading almost all the way to secure the near four-length win.

A repeat of that effort from inside tonight would take him a long way towards fighting out the finish, at a big price ($21 at publish).

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Sandown Park: Race 8 (8:40pm)
No. 4 Kingfisher Rose

Kingfisher Rose has produced some eye-catching performances recently and finds himself in another winnable contest at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale recorded three consecutive wins in late June and earlier this month and has since finished in the placings of a couple of better races.

He is rock-hard fit and needs only even luck in running to be in the finish again.

Sandown Park: Race 11 (9:49pm)
No. 8 Sailing Shoes

Sailing Shoes rarely runs a bad race and I think that he can fight back into the winner’s stall at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale was blocked from a central draw earlier this week, in what was a total forgive run, but there was an awful lot to like about his performance and win from Box 8 at Cranbourne two starts back.

If he steps well, he’ll be tough to catch.

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, July 22

Albion Park: Race 5 (4:42pm)
No. 1 Miss Cola

Miss Cola will take winning form into the fifth at Albion Park this afternoon and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of My Bro Fabio has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in the excellent performance from out wide here a couple of weeks ago.

She can go straight to the lead tonight and will give them something to chase.

Albion Park: Race 6 (5:04pm)
No. 4 Split Sound

Split Sound has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks the one to beat again in the sixth at Albion Park this afternoon.

The daughter of Dyna Lachlan has won three of her last four, filling the minors on the other occasion, and decent drop in trip last time out didn’t have anything of a poor effort.

With even luck from the central box, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again.

Albion Park: Race 7 (5:29pm)
Same Race Multi

Where’s The Lady has returned some big performances recently and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park.

The daughter of Shakey Jakey has won five of her last eight races and has good form from out wide, so I’m going to select her as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye in this contest are Farmor Fabio and Eternal Glory, so I’m also going to select those runners to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Where’s The Lady (Win)
  • 3 Farmor Fabio (Top 3)
  • 2 Eternal Glory (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 10 (6:30pm)
No. 7 Kenny Sure Can

Kenny Sure Can has been a model of consistency recently and looks the one to beat in the last race at Albion Park this evening.

The son of Outa Credit was an impressive winner here three back and has placed at his two subsequent starts.

Scratchings have left an empty box on his inside for this and with appropriate luck, he’ll be hard to beat.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, July 21

Gosford: Race 7 (9:02pm)
No. 1 Memories One

Memories One has been a model of consistency recently and can win again at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has missed a place just once in her last seven starts, recording a dominant win from Box 1 the last time that she stepped out here at Gosford.

She can go straight to the lead and will give them something to chase.

Gosford: Race 8 (9:18pm)
No. 4 Star Hotel

Star Hotel has found top gear and looks the one to beat in the eighth at Gosford tonight.

The son of Aston Dee Bee has won each of his last three starts, all in fast time, and his form from central boxes is excellent.

With even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

Gosford: Race 10 (10:03pm)
Same Race Multi

Texas Target has gone to another level recently and will take plenty of beating in the tenth at Gosford tonight.

The son of Magic Sprite hasn’t finished worse that second at his last six appearances and should be given every opportunity to perform tonight from Box 2, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other runners that have caught my eye in this race are Sakeyna and Seymour Blue, so I’m also going to pick those dogs to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 2 Texas Target (Win)
  • 4 Sakeyna (Top 4)
  • 8 Seymour Blue (Top 4)
Gosford: Race 11 (10:24pm)
No. 1 Spice

Spice has returned some bold efforts recently and should relish the conditions in the last at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale went straight to the lead at The Gardens earlier this month and was never headed, beating a smart field to the line.

She should be given every opportunity to replicate that effort from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Monday, July 20

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:04pm)
Same Race Multi

Charming Chaos has gone to another level recently and looks the one to beat again.

The son of Cosmic Rumble has won each of his last five starts, his last four in particularly slick time, and he’ll take beating again, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye are the consistent Farmor Fearless and Summer’s Flyer, so I’m going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Charming Chaos (Win)
  • 1 Farmor Fearless (Top 3)
  • 3 Summer’s Flyer (Top 4)
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Albion Park: Race 7 (8:44pm)
No. 7 Such A Villain

Such A Villain has been racing well recently and looks a live each-way chance in the seventh at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Dyna Villa has missed a place just twice in his last eight appearances and is suited to a wide draw.

With appropriate luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.

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Albion Park: Race 8 (9:04pm)
No. 3 Gate Code

Gate Code will take winning form into the eighth at Albion Park tonight and can win again.

The daughter of Dyna Villa rarely runs a bad race, but he snapped a four-race winless streak in dominant fashion last week and a repeat of that effort would see him winning again.

Albion Park: Race 10 (9:42pm)
No. 3 Flying September

Flying September has returned some big efforts recently and strikes another winnable race at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Zabdon Ferrari flew home from an outside draw to score at this track and distance two back, before a luckless run last time out, which I am happy to forgive.

He can go straight to the lead and will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, July 18

Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:30pm)
No. 1 Drink Moet

Drink Moet will take winning form into the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight and can make it two in a row.

The daughter of Sh Avatar rarely runs a bad race, but her last-start effort and win was particularly eye catching and a repeat would see her winning again.

Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:48pm)
No. 2 Aston Lee

Aston Lee has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks a winning chance in Race 6 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Brett Lee has won two of his last three starts, both at this track and distance and he is drawn to receive a lovely run tonight from Box 2.

Wentworth Park: Race 7 (8:07pm)
No. 1 Zipping Bram

Zipping Bram has gone to another level this time and can record another win at Wentworth Park this time.

He continued to improve with racing earlier this prep, but has won each of his last three in impressive fashion and he should be able to dictate terms from the inside box tonight.

Wentworth Park: Race 10 (9:17pm)
No. 7 No More Partying

No More Partying has returned some quality efforts recently and looks the one to beat in Race 10 at Wentworth Park tonight.

The son of Sh Avatar flew home to win in almost identical circumstances last time and with even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.