Free Greyhound Tips
by Kevin Deer
Free greyhound tip (every Friday) from Greyhound Mastertipster - 07 Mar 2014
Ante Post - Monmore Puppy Derby (Final 14/3/2014)
Scarface - Win bet @ 8/1 Boylesports & Stan James
See more information on Greyhound Racing at Betmonkeytree
Romford 9.06 Trap 6
Win bet @ 5/2 Power (bog) & Ladbrokes won
Romford 9.24 Trap 1
Landed at Last won
Win Bet @ 5/1 Hills (bog)
Romford 9.56 Trap 1 Nans Turbo 2nd evs SP,
Win Bet @ 6/4 Ladbrokes/Betfred
Swindon 8.34 Trap 1 Scolari Express 4th 6/4 SP,
Win bet @ 7/4 Betfred & betvictor.
Romford 10.11 Trap 6 Borna Monty 1st 4/5 SP,
Win bet @ 11/10 Bet 365
This week I can't see past Borna Monty who is running ever so well apart from his one blip in the Golden Sprint has won 6 from his last seven round his home track. The butchers apron suits him well and with 5 railers on his inside, he should have lots of room to show his class.
Romford 9.06 Trap 3 Aero Rebel - 2nd 5/4,
Romford 7.27 Trap 2 Rummy Lord Win Bet @ SP. won 11/8 SP ,
Romford 9.24 Trap 1 Kellistown Sal
Win Bet @ 13/8 Coral/Betfred 3rd 9/4 SP ,
11 April 2013 Hove 7.31 Trap 6
Bouncy Bocko won 7/4 SP ,
Win Bet @ 2/1 Ladbrokes
28 March 2013
Rockchase Reem - 2nd
Win bet @ 2/1 b365 (bog)
Baileys Quest won 9/4 SP ,
Win bet @ 5/2 b365 (bog)
Both dogs have good Irish form and have trialled well in the UK, so I'm hopeful both can win on UK debut. Be lucky.
22 March 2013:
Romford 9.24 Trap 1 - Ding Hero - Win Bet @ 9/4 b365 (bog)- won 7/4 SP
Kevin Hutton's dog has the best early pace of the railers
Experience and research by Shane Gilbert, writing for the Betting School
reveals that certain dog tracks are more profitable than others.
2010 was a great year for greyhound racing with some memorable performances. Included in Shane Gilbert's free greyhound information is the ability to cross reference tracks in England, Ireland, America and Australia.
Reference to famous races such as the English St Leger, won in 2010 by Droopys Bradley, trained by Paul Donavan and the Champion Stakes – won in 2010 by Raving Black and trained by Seamus Cahill.
While greyhound events in the International arena include the Anglo-Irish International Dundalk – won in 2010 by Definate Opinion and trained by Pat Guilfoyle of Tipperary.
There is no doubt that greyhound racing is a fast and exhilarating sport especially when you consider that some of these canine athletes reach speeds of up to 40mph (comparable to a thoroughbred racehorse)
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