Saturday, April 19th, 2014

UK Greyhound Racing

BAGS Greyhound Racing Tips Wednesday 5th March

Today’s BAGS racing action comes from Hall Green, Newcastle, Hove and Belle Vue. Here are our fancies for Wednesday March 5th. 11:03 Hall Green – Trap 2 Westmead Sarah Can bounce back to form in this garde following a few disappointing efforts and reward punters at generous odds. 13:44 Newcastle – Trap 6 Cable Kelly Looks the stand out bet to me on today’s Newcastle card. The sole wide... [Read more]


RPGTV Tips 28th February Romford and Sunderland

Tonight’s Racing Post Greyhound TV action comes from Romford and Sunderland. The show gets underway on Sky Channel 212 at 7:15pm with Jason Barrasford hosting. Here are our fancies for tonight. 20:50 Romford – Trap 2 Sneezys Paddy – Although he was running over further when winning here last time out, I feel that this Midlands raider can go in again. His trail over course and distance on... [Read more]


BAGS Greyhound Racing Tips Friday 28th February

A couple of winners yesterday with Mollys Hope going in at 6/4 and Frothy Coffee obliging in the afternoon at 11/4. Two second places as well which is a little frustrating! Onto today’s BAGS racing which comes from Hove, Kinsley, Swindon and Monmore. 11:03 Kinsley – Trap 2 Viking Raider – Hasn’t had the best of luck in running recently but is very capable on his day. The drop... [Read more]


Fear Emoski continues impressive form

Fear Emoski has seen her Golden Jacket odds shorten significantly with Betfair following the draw at Crayford, with Charlie Lister’s St Leger runner-up getting trap one in the second of six heats of the £17,500 annual over 714m. The Regency and Doncaster St Leger winner will head to the Kent circuit as a rare Lister-trained runner. While previous pre-race Betfair favourites have a dismal record... [Read more]


Blackrose Rebel shines at Henlow

BLACKROSE REBEL bounced out to make all in the 460m Xmas Cracker final at Henlow in the year’s last major race and worth £2,500, even though the pup started the race two years younger than main rival Coolavanny Bert. Owned and trained by Eric Cantillon, Blackrose Rebel showed pace and excellent cornering, hugging the bend throughout hugged the bend throughout the race to come home over two lengths... [Read more]