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The Meadows Preview: Small Greyhound with a Big Finish


12 races on the program as per the norm this Saturday night from The Meadows with a strong program assembled.
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Racing gets underway at 7.15pm with a novice 600m final, which looks a race set for the tiny 25 kilogram chaser Small One to fly home to victory. After a swooping last-to-first win here two starts back in her heat (Replay), the Rob Britton prepared potential handy stayer should be rocketing into the action late. The only concern will be if she finds bother at the post the first time when she’s making her run, as a check at this stage could cause a large momentum loss impeding her ability to reach top speed toward the end of the race.
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Danyo’s Slappy lines up in the second of the night and after tearing the provincial scene apart, the son of Cosmic Rumble looks set to make a cracking Meadows debut after a speedy 24.57 win at Sale at his last start (Replay). With the ability to show great acceleration, Id expect him to be leading up the home straight with the last fifty metres the concern.
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I’m quite the fan of Sir Bekim who has drawn box three in the third of the night. He dropped in class when producing an impressive 27.14 win a Horsham last week and a similar performance should see a win here (Replay).
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Weston East looks set to return to the winners list in the fourth after an extremely unlucky run here last week. Drawn perfectly with a speedy beginning wide runner drawn his outside, the Angela Langton runner should see plenty of clear space on the rail when he looks to push through at the first corner. If he pushes out of the first bend in the top half of the field, the super strong chaser will rip away to win easily..
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Later in the night I’m keen on the likes of Whodat Knockin’ (pictured) and Repayments who have both drawn well in their respective races. The last is set to jump at 11.02pm so giddy up, good luck and happy punting!!
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The Meadows Formguide: Click Here
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Watch: Small One (4) scores a huge last-to-first win at The Meadows.
jamevdm
About James Van de Maat - RSN Race Caller RSN race caller with a love for greyhound racing. Owner, trainer and breeder with a driving passion to win a Group race. (The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of GRV)
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