There's another big card of greyhound racing at Cannington in WA tonight (Wednesday, March 13th) and we've picked out five selections from the 12 races on offer!
The first race is set to get underway at 6.42pm WST, with the last race jumping at 10.05pm WST.
Check out our preview and tips below!
An intriguing race that is currently $3 the field and no clear early speed advantage to any one greyhound. Serg’s Girl and Westdale Anne have the two inside boxes which means they get first chance to try and hold out their opposition. Westdale Anne began well from box six last time before copping a check on the first corner. She weakened late to run third, instead of second; she recorded a 30.35 which is her best over track and distance from two attempts. She had won three in a row at Mandurah before two Cannington runs and should go close if she can find the rail at the start.
Premium Share has won back-to-back races in 30.09. The latest was from box seven which means box eight won’t be too much of an issue here. He generally begins well and will be looking to get an early advantage on Yunderup Lauren who will prove hard to beat if she gets the early advantage. Super Blade can also begin well but don’t expect her to be a threat later in the race. A winner at two of three so far, Premium Share can continue his winning ways.
Apache Gundi initially took my interest from box three and I do think he will be the strongest chance in the race. However, I think the value lies with Triple Crown Blu who has copped his share of bad boxes – five times in a row he has begun from boxes six, seven or eight. I went back through his inside box form. A win and four minor placings from eight attempts from the red is a nice stat for a dog at double figures. If he can step well from his inside box, he could surprise at an each-way quote. A win bet on Apache Gundi also looks a good play.
Unbeaten bitch Rock To Love has very strong claims in the penultimate race on the program after drawing box one. Two victories could become three if she repeats recent performances with a last-start 16.00. Her first split was 5.49 which would see her leading once again. Her main dangers have drawn three, seven and eight which gives her the advantage. Rock To Love’s 16-seconds flat is about four lengths faster than the standard winning time for this grade, so expect her to take a power of beating.
Ninja Mittens looks suited in the last race as she returns to an inside draw. Beaten three times in a row at $2.10 odds, we now get a better price for her and her form from inside boxes looks good for this class of race. She will be trying to get across Shinboner Spirit early and not crossing him will make it a little tougher. There are definitely dangers in the race, but Ninja Mittens should give a big sight and can return to the winner’s circle after letting punters down recently.
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