Bob Davis Wednesday #SkyGreyhounds

Bob DavisThe Arc final at Swindon tonight on Sky, ill run through the full sky card.

7.11 Domino Storm Trap 3, we aint going to get rich at 8/11 but she is class and will win.

7.26 Trap 5 Ballybee Brewery, looks different class and 11/10 dont seem to bad.

7.43 Trap 5 Face the Blade 7/2, hes a dog that dont kennel great at the track ,so the earlyish race can help him here

7.59 Trap 5 Fizzypop Buddy, Swindon is made for this fella and i can see him coming home in isolation.An easy winner in my book, Evens looks value.

Im sitting out the 8.16, all 6 dogs crying out for rails.

8.33 Trap 1 Calco Flyer, can lead up the fence .11/4 best with Hills.

8.51 Trap 2 Jet Stream Bound 13/8, should lead and go clear, could be tiring late on but can see it out.

9.08, the arc final can see a deserved win for the Paul Sallis trained Embers Fury 11/4 Hills, will get plenty of room on the rails and lead from pillar to post. Best of luck Bob.

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Damson Jam Max Bet 10/3 WON last night, that is MY OWN DOG, my Private info. Today there is a meeting LIVE ON SKY SPORTS and again I am having a MAX BET. I have given my PRIVATE CLIENTS one bet;

21.08 Hall Green TRAP 5 FIZZYPOP BUDDY Max Bet 11/10 (Hills)

11/10 right now at William Hill. GET ON (best odds guarantee) NOW at the price. I have had a decent bet at this price. Once again this is my PRIVATE CLIENT INFO. The final of the PRESTIGE at HALL GREEN. A six bend contest over 645m for £6000. Fizzypop Buddy has been very impressive, St Leger winner, running this track very well and has been the fastest. Two dog is the danger, but for me this represents MAXIMUM BET MATERIAL! I fully expect him to win.

Here he is winning the St Leger at Wimbledon…

Here he is last week winning the Heat last week to qualify for the final…

Just one bet tonight then, ALL IN! The action is LIVE on SKYSPORTS tonight!

Magic Monday for Our Tipsters…

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It may have been a low key Monday but our tipsters delivered BIG WINNERS across the board, both on the flat at Leicester and Redcar and over jumps at Ayr.

Tony Gains is consistently producing winners. Sunday was a BIG DAY with two winners and on Monday Gains did it again. The Daily bet advised each way was placed at 16/1, Osteopathic Remedy and the Premier Capital Bet Won easily at Leicester, returned 7/4 from an advised 15/8. Tony Gains is challenging for top spot on the tipster leader board.

Tony will have to dislodge Curley, who had a break on Sunday, after two winners on Saturday, he was back with a maximum bet at Ayr. Hurricane Hollow was a big winner at Ayr  for Curley on Monday winning at 11/4. So many members have joined his service for only £19 until the end of 2014, and will get 12 months FREE if Tuesday’s bet does not win! You still have time to join the service before Tuesday!

There were other winners too, including yet another winner for The Irish Pro. The Saint weighed in with another winner, THEWOLFOFWALLSTREET which won at 7/4. The film of the same name is X-rated stuff, but this race was much better viewing!

Carl Harris‘ members were on to a winner at Redcar with MILKWOOD making the race in to a procession! 11-8 was the winning SP, but there was not an ounce of sweat perspired by backers, very easy!

The Betpay Power Play completed the day  with another winner! A great day on Monday for X22 and Betpay members! Tuesday promises to be even bigger with some BIG racing bets and greyhounds Live on Sky Sports. Our own Viking Jack will be in action in from of the Sky Cameras and two of our antepost bets, advised at 14 and 16/1 line up in the British Breeders Final.

Bring it on!

Disgrace at Doncaster…Thursday Sky Card

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Redbrick Stuart will be 1/5. A total non-contest, live on Sky, what fun is that for the punters? For those who don’t know the dog is owned by the same guy that owns the track! Personally I find that a complete and utter disgrace!

The card, for a Sky Meeting is poor. The issue is there are not many of the top trainers who want to run their dogs there. Greyhound racing is not like horseracing where to enter a specific race, you put your dog forward and the racing manager frames the races. Redbrick Stuart also has the one box, how lucky for it to get the draw as well as the easiest open race shown on Sky this year! A non contest for betting purposes.

There is little in the way of betting interest all night! Surely this is the last we see of Doncaster on TV. It is embarrassing!

The 19-34 is an open puppy race, only two of them have run in a open before, it is a poor contest! No bet for me.

The 19-49 is a stayers contest, trap one has been competing at A6 at Yarmouth! Surely there must be some quality control in Greyhound Racing! It is like me claiming a horse rated 45 at Southwell and entering it Royal Ascot. Amazing. Trap 5 (KILLIEFORD KAHLI)  is a decent dog and this looks like the first of a hat full of winners on Charlie Lister’s benefit night! There are only two dogs who should be running in opens.

The 20-o4 is the best race of the night, with PINPOINT FINAS in TRAP 2 being an overwhelming favourite to win. The sponsors dog, bolted up at Sheffield and should do the same here. Sadlly not much to make the market and 8/11 early (Bet365) is likely to be the biggest price this dog ever is!

The 20-19 sees GOLDEN WONDER get TRAP 1. Again how fortunate! The dog is desperate for TRAP 1 and should win here. Another for Charlie Lister. 6/4 early is again the best price I think we will see this dog.

The 20-34 is a stayers contest. Not much quality in this race, Trap 4 is another dog there to make up the numbers. An A3 grader over 4 bends. Running slow dogs in opens serves no purpose, they only risk causing trouble. Laughable really. Crazy Weasley is probably the favourite, but a race that hardly inspires excitement. No bet for me!

The 20-49 is the REDBRICK STUART race. Utter disgrace to the sport and an insult to the sponsors. In the scenario about Southwell, above, this is like running Muthmir in a 45 rated handicap over 5 furlongs. He would win by miles. The race is a joke. trap 2 is a slow starting A5 grader, you simply can’t make this up! Another for Charlie Lister!

The 21-04 could be yet another for Charlie Lister. Again he has been fortunate with the draw, (how lucky yet again) with TRYUR ANNALEEN getting the red! The race looks perfectly set up for this one, and once again Charlie Lister should win!

The Yorkshire St Leger…FINAL

The 21-19 is the only actual proper race worthy of being televised, in my view! Even then its not that good. I am not betting but the short price MILLWARDS TEDDY is a good dog, but a bit hit miss, although if he gets it right he should win this in style!

For the first time this year I will not be watching Sky Sports, it is a sad night for the sport of greyhound racing! The Redbrick Stuart race is just pathetic in my opinion! 

 

 

Viking Makes It Three Cat 1 Finals in a Row

by Carl Harris For me personally to own a dog running in the Steel City Cup Final is a dream come true! Viking Jack is a dream come true, full stop. He will line up in what looks to be the final of the year, his third consecutive category one final in a row.

We never thought Sheffield was his best track, but he has run superbly well in both rounds to qualify for what promises to be a superb Steel City Cup Final next week live on Sky at Sheffield. This is more than I could ever have hoped for. I want to win it, of course I do, no question!

I grew up just down the road from Owelerton Stadium, in Rotherham and Sheffield is in every sense my local track. For me it is not just the best track in Yorkshire, it is the best in the country, to have a shot at winning the Steel City Cup is the realisation of dream. The reality is Jack will not start as one of the favourites, but he has a decent chance, he is a decent dog.

People said to me on Tuesday, “you must be disappointed with that run?”, errrr, NO! He did not run as well as he did in the heat or run as well as he is capable of, but when a flat run gets him through to a category one final, what is there to be despondent about?   Dogs are not machines and Jack had an off day, but I will take that, no question!

Jack will be contesting his third consecutive Category One Final. Third in the Sunderland Grand Prix over 640m was followed by victory in the Monmore Gold Cup over 480 and now he goes over 500m at Sheffield. A versatile and talented greyhound, Viking Jack is amongst the best in the country. That will do me. I am so proud to own this dog, he has won a cat 1, anything he does now is all bonus, I just love every minute of it. There are plenty of dark days in greyhound racing.

Take The Crown sadly suffered a serious injury, a wonderful greyhound and my thoughts are with his connections and I hope he recovers quickly. Very sad to see. Lovely greyhound.

I said at the start of the competition that the dog that beats Candlelight King is the dog that will win the Steel City Cup. He proved that last night with a superb run coming from behind to beat the blistering early pace of Conner Trigger. King has drawn the red in the final. Jack is in five, he had the plumb draw at Monmore, not here. Six would hve been much better But he is in the final and that was the aim last night. So it was a case of job done. Thank you very much. Another day in the sun for this sensational greyhound.

Blatantly, Sheffield is not ideally suited to Viking Jack. Long straights are his forte, he doesn’t run the bends as well as the straights and he may have to give best to the Sheffield Specialists. Run this race at Monmore or Wimbledon and Jack would be favourite, no question. We came here knowing this, I am not moaning or making excuses, we are Yorkshiremen and to have a shot at this great prize means so much. I will enjoy the night win lose or draw. He is no back number and Jack can win it. Make no mistake!

He ran much slower than the previous week, but he got through, he can run better and the biggest cert is this, Jim Hayton will have Jack 100% for the final next week. Then again so will Elaine Parker, Paul Young, Dean Childs and Kelly Macari, this is the best final we have seen this year. The final is full of class, any one of these greyhounds could win this race, you can not always say that about Category One Finals, realistically anyway!

 

When you look at it Viking Jack is the Cat 1 winner of the field and the only dog to have made three cat 1 finals in a row. Do not write off Viking Jack, bring it on!

Tuesday’s Betfred Steel City Cup final (live on Sky Sports), with betting from the sponsor

1:  CANDLELIGHT KING 7-4 Elaine Parker

2: KILDARE PREMIER 12-1 Elaine Parker

3: DROOPYS NORRIS  12-1 Dean Childs

4: UNDERGROUND PAUL  9-2 Paul Young

5: VIKING JACK (w) 5-1 Jim Hayton

6: CONNA TRIGGER  (w) 2-1 Kelly Macari

Candlelight King was offered as an alternative ante post bet at 10-1 and once again advised to win the semifinal last night to Premier Bet members and on the X22 Blog!

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