Bob Davis Greyhound Bets Tuesday

Bob DavisThe 3 steps to victory begins tonight and im advising an ante post bet on our favourite bitch Patchys Kerry 7/2 Bet365.

Shes got everything needed to win this comp.Im also having a little bit Each Way on Viking Jack at 40/1 Lads. Onto the RPGTV action and ive a few strong fancys tonight.

Kicking off in the 7.39 Harlow, Trap 2 Santo Rossi. I could kick myself as turned this fella down at a cracking price as wasnt sure would suit the flapping game, ive followed him closely and his win at Yarmouth was scintilating.He trapped level and withing 20 yards he was 5 lengths clear.He blew the final bend or else im sure would have shook the clock.2/1 in th Post, thats massive.Ill be happy with anything odds against.

Towcester stage a full open race card and im going in on Trap 1 Oakfield Ceaser in the 7.21. Very unlucky last week , he should make amends.

8.34 and i think Trap 2 Trapper Kate can take care of these, she will behind early, but my god does she finish, i expect her to win.

At 10.11 Trap 4 Trapper Kerry, (Kates sister) can also win to make it a family double,another strong finisher,she can arrive late and fast to win.

Im just having the 1 single bet at Sheffield , 7.43 Trap 5 Sidarian Bullet, he has improved for me since going south to Romford for a minor comp which he won easily.He can blast out the boxes to account for the likel hot favourite Target Harris.

Best of luck Bob


Sunday Free #RPGTV Greyhound Tips

Damson Jam is back in action at Henlow Tonight. He is looking for a hat trick of wins following his two winning weeks at Tuesday. He is getting better and better and we think he could win…


Again he would be better in the red jacket on 1, but if he traps he will win, he is FAST. Westmead Alexis will be favorite, in the right box and with the track knowledge but for me Damson Jam is the better dog. I Think he will lead all the way! Be a great price! Tuesday at Sheffield..

Jonathan Kay in the Racing Post agrees, the dog is a Flying Four pick…

Damson Jam can overcome the lack of previous course knowledge and a very worthy rival in the shape of Westmead Alexis to take the 8.30 over 460m.

Jim Hayton’s dog reached a Category One final in the shape of Nottingham’s ­British Breeders’ Stakes and recent back-to-back sprint victories at Sheffield suggest he could lead here and learn his way round from the front.

The race is actually over the 428 mini distance, which is even better for him. Let’s hope he is right

We also have Jacob’s Beano on, in truth you can not oppose Coolavanny Gooch. But he didn’t stay last time for me and I am going for a Beano at Henlow!

Just a sporting bet, but I think he will lead up and can stay the 550, Towcester was just that bit too far! Just a small bet here. Note difference in stakes!

I landed a gamble with my dog at Sunderland last night! I thought he was well in, when on the bunny he is a different dog, I thought he could lead. I decided to go for it.

I waited until just before the off and got £500 on at 3/1. I never had a moments doubt, watch HERE>>

That is how to do it! He has been a great dog Bob! He is a dog that wins in A1 and A2, the bread and butter races, let’s hope we have Jam to add to that tonight at Henlow! Come on Damson!

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