Monmore and Hove are the venues for tonight’s live RPGTV action with a total of twelve races on each of the two meetings. The pick of the racing comes from Hove, where we have a total of seven open races. Sky channel 212 or Freesat channel 401 is where you can watch all the racing live with the show getting underway at 7:15pm. Darrell Williams will be presenting alongside Jonathan Hobbs and William Hill’s Kate Miller.
The coral.co.uk Ladies is an open contest run over 515m and looks like a reasonably competitive contest on paper. The bookies favourite is the six dog After Liz who comes here in excellent form having won three of her last four starts and finishing second in the other. Her time of 29.94 over course and distance last week looks a fair bit better than any of the rest of this field have offered up recently, and the only reasons she’s a big as 2/1 with Betfair is the draw. Personally I think After Liz could well be good enough to overcome the striped jacket and the price is good enough to tempt me into a bet. The five dog Centurion Dolly did beat our selection earlier this month by three quarters of a length but After Liz got no kind of run on that occasion and did well to finish as close as she did. Riverside Tirana from trap three may still have a bit of improvement in her after winning for the first time in this grade recently but the rest appear to have it all to do.
Back Trap 6 After Liz @ 2/1
This is an interesting race for me as a greyhound I fancied fairly strongly last week and was beating goes again in trap six. Guinness Wild has now run two poor races in succession, but Seamus Cahill’s dog has had now luck in running whatsoever on either occasion and could well be worth sticking with again this evening. You can get 3/1 with Betfred about the wide runner and I feel that’s big enough to warrant a bet when you consider he was Evs and 2/1 for his last two races in very similar events. For me, you can just put a line through those two efforts. The danger is very likely to come from Harmar Superstar on Guinness’ inside and the six dog will need to trap better then when defeated by Kevin Hutton’s runner last time, but the evidence shows he’s more than capable of doing so.
Back Trap 6 Guinness Wild @ 3/1 with Betfred