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THE MEADOWS PREVIEW: Can he Double Up?


96 greyhounds will compete at The Meadows this Saturday night with a strong 12 race card beginning at 7.13pm.

The highly talented Letron James steps back to the 600m Meadows trip exiting box one in the third event. Based on his marvellous 29.83 victory over the sprint trip three runs ago (Replay) he looks set to repeat the dose from the same alley.
The Bendigo to The Meadows sprint final comes up as the fourth race and it looks a stirring battle on paper between Mystery RideInvictus Rapid and Catch Fire. I wouldn’t be surprised to see any of this trio win what should be an exciting race.

Tambay Bale looks set to lead the stayers edition of the Bendigo to City but there’s no doubting the likes of Absolute Power and Kraken Nitro will be making their presence felt late.

The sixth event will be one worth tuning in for as eight talented sprinters chase the $12,000 first prize in the fifth grade final.

Dyna Double One makes his 600m debut in the seventh of the night and after breaking Sandown Park’s 595m track record last start (his middle distance debut) he looks back to his best and set to win again (Replay).

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The last event is set to start at 11.07pm so good luck and happy punting for what is bound to be a ripping night of metropolitan racing.

 

THE MEADOWS FORMGUIDE

 

WATCH: Dyna Double One’s track record win at his middle-distance debut at Sandown last start.

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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