Daily Dogs – Monday, June 8

Angle Park: Race 5 (7:55pm)
Same Race Multi

Lavish Pedro has gone to another level recently and looms as the one to beat in Race 5 at Angle Park tonight.

The son of Where’s Pedro took a couple of tune up, but his last two efforts, both dominant wins have been outstanding, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Raging Critter and Hesa Marlow are both more than capable under the right conditions, so I’m also going to select both runners to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Lavish Pedro (Win)
  • 2 Raging Critter (Top 4)
  • 5 Hesa Marlow (Top 4)
Angle Park: Race 6 (8:18pm)
No. 8 Long Gully Wilma

Long Gully Wilma has been a strong and consistent performer recently and looks up to winning the sixth at Angle Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale hasn’t missed a place at her last seven appearances, winning two in succession two and three start backed, before finishing second at this track and distance last time out.

She needs only even luck from out wide to be in the finish again.

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Angle Park: Race 8 (8:58pm)
No. 1 Cawbourne Snow

This looms as one of the more open contests at Angle Park tonight and Cawbourne Snow has claims on winning at a price ($7.50 at publish).

The daughter of Cawbourne Frank has mixed her form a little, but she took up the running here last week and never appeared in doubt, extending to score by close to four lengths.

A repeat of that effort, under virtually identical conditions would see her into the finish.

Angle Park: Race 10 (9:40pm)
No. 2 Heart And Soul

Heart And Soul was an impressive last-start winner and looks to have conditions to suit again at Angle Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has returned some pleasing efforts this campaign, but her run at Murray Bridge last time out suggested that she has found peak condition.

She can use her good box speed to go straight to the lead and she will give them something to chase.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, June 7

Albion Park: Race 5 (8:03pm)
No. 2 Honest Daze

Honest Daze has returned some lovely efforts since debuting and looks the one to beat in Race 5 at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Dyna Villa has made only five appearances at the races so far, but has stamped herself as a runner to follow in winning twice and finishing a close-up second on another occasion.

She’s fitter again for this contest and can make her own luck from Box 2.

Albion Park: Race 7 (8:47pm)
No. 2 Magical Cyndie

Magical Cyndie has mixed her form a little this time, but she’s drawn an absolute peach in Box 2 tonight and will be extremely difficult to run down over 331m.

The daughter of Fernando Bale has returned some pleasing performances this time in and she perhaps won’t be offered a better opportunity to return to winning form.

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Albion Park: Race 10 (9:41pm)
No. 1 Tad Nosey

Tad Nosey has returned some competitive efforts recently and looms as a live each-way chance in the last at Albion Park tonight.

The son of Dyna Villa doesn’t win out of turn, but he also rarely runs a bad race and has finished second at each of his last two appearances.

He should be given every chance to performer from Box 1.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, June 6

Wentworth Park: Race 1 (6:05pm)
Same Race Multi

Racing returns to Wentworth Park with a bang and I am eager to have a Same Race Multi in what is a cracking opening contest.

Zipping Junior will take winning form into the race and is set to jump an odds-on favourite. I think the market just about has him right, so I’m going to select him as the winner.

The other two that have caught my eye are No More Partying and Storm Bay, so I’m also going to select them to finish in the first three and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Zipping Junior (Win)
  • 8 No More Partying (Top 3)
  • 2 Storm Bay (Top 4)
Wentworth Park: Race 2 (6:24pm)
No. 4 Zipping Zeek

Zipping Zeek has gone to another level recently and looms as the one to beat again in the second at Wentworth Park this evening.

The son of Zulu Zeus doesn’t know how to run a bad race and has won six of his last eight starts, including three in particularly quick time leading into this race.

The last time that he suffered a defeat, he still finishing a close-up second in Group 2 company and with even luck, he should just be winning again.

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Wentworth Park: Race 5 (7:25pm)
No. 2 Ebby Jet Power

Ebby Jet Power has been undone by wide draws at his last two appearances, but will relish leaving from Box 2 tonight and looms as a winning chance at a nice price ($12 at publish).

The son of Fernando Bale won six races in succession leading into his last two starts and his handy box speed should deliver him into a nice position from inside tonight.

He looks over the odds at his current price.

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Wentworth Park: Race 6 (7:42pm)
No. 2 Ebby Infrared

The talent Ebby Infrared will step out at Wentworth Park tonight and will take a power of beating.

The son of Aussie Infrared has won seven of his last eight races, running second on the other occasion, and he was last seen beating a decent field to the line by around six lengths at Richmond.

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

Daily Dogs – Friday, June 5

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Healesville: Race 8 (1:39pm)
No. 1 Heidi Intention

Heidi Intention has placed in two of three starts at this track and distance and looms as a winning chance again today, at a nice price ($8.50 at publish).

The daughter of Banjo Boy has been a model of consistency recently and recorded a well-deserved win two back, before filling he minors last time out.

She can hug the rails and stay away from early trouble and can fight out the finish again.

Healesville: Race 10 (2:14pm)
Same Race Multi

Always Primed has returned two enormous efforts most recently and is ready to win at Healesville this afternoon.

After drawing Box 1, I’m going to select him to win today’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye are Serious Mayhem and Mystic Don jumping from boxes two and three, so I’m going to select both to finish in the top four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Always Primed (Win)
  • 2 Serious Mayhem (Top 4)
  • 3 Mystic Don (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 6 (8:57pm)
No. 3 Touring Soon

Touring Soon will take winning form into the sixth at Richmond tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Dyna Double One has returned some lovely efforts recently, but her last-start win was particularly eye-catching and suggested that she has found peak condition.

She needs only even luck to take beating again.

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Richmond: Race 8 (9:39pm)
No. 8 Tap Out Sniper

Tap Out Sniper is another runner that has gone to another level recently and he looms as the one to beat again in the eighth at Richmond tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale rarely runs a bad race and is probably unlucky not to be seeking a hat-trick of wins tonight, having just missed at this track and distance last week.

A wide draw suits and he is my best bet of the day.

Daily Dogs – Thursday, June 4

Sandown Park: Race 5 (7:25pm)
No. 7 Rajasthan

Group 1 winner Rajasthan was gallant under tricky conditions here at Sandown Park last week and is primed to return to winning form tonight.

The classy son of Kinloch Brae has returned several typically pleasing performances this time and was a smart winning in slick time over the 595m course here three starts back.

He has a class edge over these rivals, and he needs only even luck in running to be fighting out the finish again.

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Sandown Park: Race 6 (7:44pm)
No. 2 He Shall Power

He Shall Power nearly won the Sandown Cup last week and he will take a power of beating in what is a big drop in class tonight.

The son of Dundee Osprey has been a model of consistency this time and has finished outside of the placings only once in his last eight starts.

He powered home to fill the minors, just over a length behind the winner Bronski Beat last week and anything close to that performance would see him back into the winner’s stall.

Sandown Park: Race 7 (8:09pm)
No. 3 Captain Jake

Captain Jake was an impressive winner in slick time here at Sandown Park last week and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The son of Fernando Bale simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race, but his last-start effort was particularly eye-catching, particularly when considering he had to cross the field from out wide.

This looks like being one of the better races on tonight’s program, but Captain Jake still looks the one to beat.

Sandown Park: Race 8 (8:34pm)
Same Race Multi

Black Opium is an absolute star and is primed to record another win at Sandown Park tonight.

The talented chaser hasn’t finished worse that second at his last seven appearances, winning on four of those occasions, including dominant performance at The Meadows last week, so I’m going to select him as the winner in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

You Tell Me is also a classy type, so I’m going to select her to finish in the top three, while the well-drawn Junk Food Junkie can add a little more value by finishing in the top four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Black Opium (Win)
  • 2 You Tell Me (Top 3)
  • 1 Junk Food Junkie (Top 4)

Daily Dogs – Wednesday, June 3

Richmond: Race 6 (5:04pm)
No. 2 Fever Fury

Fever Fury wasn’t able to get into the race from Box 4 here last week, but her form prior was excellent, and I am happy to give her another chance.

The daughter of Buck Fever has won five of her last eight starts, running second on another occasion, and burnt the clock at this track and distance a couple of weeks ago.

She can use her good box speed to go straight to the lead and she will be tough to run down.

Richmond: Race 7 (5:24pm)
Same Race Multi

Old Mate Koby has only made two appearances at the races so far, but he is clearly a dog of ability and can continue his impressive career start at Richmond tonight.

The son of Barcia Bale was a dominant winner in slick time on debut and flew home to finish a close-up second over 400m here last time out, so I’m going to select him to win in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Isaac’s Spirit has also recorded a win and a second placing from only two career starts, so I’m going to select him to finish in the top two, while Roman Remiss adds value as a top four selections.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Old Mate Koby (Win)
  • 4 Isaac’s Spirit (Top 2)
  • 7 Roman Remiss (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 8 (5:57pm)
No. 1 Sure She Is

Sure She Is has been a model of consistency recently and her drawing of Box 1 tonight has well and truly enhanced her chances of returning to winning form.

The daughter of Sh Avatar was an impressive winner at Bulli three starts back and has run a place at her last two, flashing home from out wide to fill the minors over 400m last time out.

She’s another runner who can go straight to the lead and she will give them something to chase.

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Richmond: Race 10 (6:22pm)
No. 2 Fix Your Tiara

Fix Your Tiara has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence, and she looms as the one to beat again in the tenth at Richmond this evening.

She’s had only five starts since debuting but has won on three occasions and is seeking a hat-trick of wins when she steps out tonight.

Barring any bad luck, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again and she is my best bet on the program.

Daily Dogs – Tuesday, June 2

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Gosford: Race 5 (8:30pm)
No. 1 Offline

Offline hasn’t run a bad race since debuting and strikes another winnable contest at Gosford tonight, at a lovely price ($8.50 at publish).

The son of Collision has so far recorded two wins and a close-up second from only five starts and was last seen saluting at this track and distance, to the tune of six lengths.

Any improvement on that effort would see him into the finish again.

Gosford: Race 6 (8:54pm)
Same Race Multi

Simply put, Fire On Ice has been airborne recently and there is no doubt that she is the one to beat again in the sixth at Gosford tonight.

The daughter of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed a place at her last six appearances, winning on three of those occasions including two in particularly slick time most recently, so I’m going to select her to win in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

Jet Jackson is also a good greyhound, so I’m going to select him to finish in the first three, while I’m also a fan of Umatilla who looks big overs at his current price – happy to pick him to finish in the first four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 8 Fire On Ice (Win)
  • 7 Jet Jackson (Top 3)
  • 5 Umatilla (Top 4)
Gosford: Race 8 (9:35pm)
No. 3 Miss Blue Ivy

Miss Blue Ivy will take winning form into the eighth at Gosford tonight and is up to making it two in a row.

The daughter of Barcia Bale has continued to improve with racing recently, culminating in her dominant win over 515m at The Gardens last time out.

She needs only even luck from the draw to fight out the finish again.

Gosford: Race 9 (9:55pm)
No. 6 Monster Magic

Monster Magic has mixed his form a little this time but will have conditions to suit at Gosford tonight and the benefit of an empty box on his inside.

The son of Barcia Bale was an impressive winner at Grafton two back but run into early traffic last time out and just couldn’t get into the race.

With appropriate luck, this looks a lovely target for him.

Daily Dogs – Monday, June 1

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Albion Park: Race 4 (7:40pm)
No. 5 Winning Light

Winning Light will take winning form into the fourth at Albion Park tonight and looks well placed to make it two in a row.

The daughter of Cosmic Rumble has returned plenty of pleasing efforts recently, but her last-start effort and win at this track and distance was one of the best performances of her career to date and saw her cross the line more than ten lengths ahead of her closest rivals.

A repeat of that effort would see her winning again and she’ll have the benefit of an empty box on her outside.

Albion Park: Race 6 (8:20pm)
Same Race Multi

This is one of the more open contests on tonight’s card at Albion Park and it looks an excellent opportunity for a Same Race Multi.

Exclusive Chloe and Waikarie Willow have both been racing in top order recently and both have claims on winning this race.

I can’t split them, so I’m going to select both to finish in the top two, as well as Fabrique to run in the top four for a little extra value.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Exclusive Chloe (Top 2)
  • 7 Waikarie Willow (Top 2)
  • 6 Fabrique (Top 4)
Albion Park: Race 8 (8:57pm)
No. 5 Cyndie's Out

Cyndie’s Out has been a model of consistency this time and strikes another winnable contest at Albion Park tonight.

The daughter of Barcia Bale recorded a lovely win here three starts back and has placed at his last two appearances, both behind the talented Hara’s Panda.

There is no runner of that class in this field and Cyndie’s Out can return to winning form.

Albion Park: Race 10 (9:38pm)
No. 1 One Mumma

One Mumma has been racing well and her chances of returning to winning form tonight has taken a huge boost after drawing Box 1.

The daughter of Dyna Double One rarely runs a bad race and was an easy winner here from Box 3 three starts back but has ultimately been undone by a wide draw at her last two.

She’s rock-hard fit and will take beating.

Daily Dogs – Sunday, May 31

Sandown Park: Race 5 (6:10pm)
Same Race Multi

Gypsy Yankee has only made three appearances at the races so far, but he is clearly an above-average greyhound and he can continue his rise through the grades at Sandown Park tonight.

The son of Fernando Bale finished second here on debut and has won each of his two subsequent starts in dominant fashion and slick time, so I’m going to select him to win in today’s Same Race Multi.

Lawson Drive has shown plenty of promise, as has Red Light Rico, so I’m going to select both runners to finish in the top four.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 6 Gypsy Yankee (Win)
  • 2 Lawson Drive (Top 4)
  • 5 Red Light Rico (Top 4)
Sandown Park: Race 6 (6:32pm)
No. 6 Potent

Potent has returned some pleasing efforts recently and will be tough to beat in the sixth at Sandown Park this evening.

The daughter of Barcia Bale recorded consecutive wins at Geelong before another fair effort for fourth here last week, and I think that she’ll take good improvement for that experience into this contest.

She needs only even luck from the draw to fight out the finish.

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Sandown Park: Race 9 (7:27pm)
No. 1 Karma Bale

Karma Bale ran into traffic from a central draw last week, but her performance and win from Box 2 two starts back was outstanding and she can bounce back into the winner’s stall tonight.

The daughter of Allen Deed has mixed her form a little, but when she’s turned it on, she’s won in utterly dominant fashion and from Box 1 tonight, I’m happy to be with her.

Sandown Park: Race 11 (8:10pm)
No. 1 Houdini Boy

Houdini Boy looks a good type on the rise, and he can record another win at Sandown Park this afternoon.

The son of Zambora Brockie won on debut here and has placed at his two appearances in the wakee, including a close-up second from out wide here last week.

I’m looking forward to seeing what he can muster from an inside draw.

Daily Dogs – Saturday, May 30

Richmond: Race 6 (6:41pm)
Same Race Multi

Due West has been a strong and consistent performer this time and looks well placed to win again at Richmond this evening.

The son of Fernando Bale was a dominant Goulburn winner three back and has finished a close-up second at his last two starts, so I’m going to select him to win in tonight’s Same Race Multi.

The other two that have caught my eye here are Trump Card and Towering Dawn, so I’m going to select them to finish in the top two and four respectively.

Our Same Race Multi selections are:

  • 1 Due West (Win)
  • 2 Trump Card (Top 2)
  • 4 Towering Dawn (Top 4)
Richmond: Race 7 (7:01pm)
No. 4 Ideal Dream

Ideal Dream will relish a drop in class at Richmond tonight and can return to winning form.

The daughter of El Grand Senor has only made four appearances at the races so far, but was a dominant winner here on debut before running second behind Keeps The Law most notably.

She harbours further improvement and needs only even luck in running to fight out the finish again.

Cannington: Race 5 (10:24pm)
No. 3 Pixie Monelli

Pixie Monelli has been a strong and consistent performer this time and tonight’s Group 2 WA Oaks looks a very winnable race for her.

The daughter of Fernando Bale hasn’t missed a place at her last eight starts, winning on three of those occasions and in particularly slick time.

She’ll be suited to this draw and with even luck, she’ll take a power of beating.

Cannington: Race 6 (10:42pm)
No. 3 Chimera Monelli

This is a drop in class for Chimera Monelli and he can return to winning form.

The two-year-old rarely runs a bad race and was last seen stepping out in a Group 2 race, albeit a failed tilt from out wide.

The closer box will certainly suit and he might not be offered a better opportunity to return to winning form.