Sunday, February 20, 2011

Sunday - Great Racing This Weekend at Orange Park

GlobalGreyhounds.com -- Highlights from each card, selected by GlobalGreyhounds.com 

Sunday - 2/20/2011

Sunday Matinee we look at the 7th, 11th, 12th, 14th, and 15th races.

Race 7 is an A 550 race where speed is the key to winning on the matinee. So with that being said, we take a bit of a leap here and venture out on the limb with Awesomeofcourse. Loads of early speed in this greyhound, but will it be enough to hold on late? We will see, but if not solid A's Daycare Ron and Scottish Dreamer, along with closer Pehnom Paul, could be in the mood to steal it at the wire. (8-4-6-2)

Race 11 is an A 550 race featuring the tough running speedball Braska Happy. Happy can come out with the best of them and loves to start from the rail. The 3 box is close enough to get things done and rack up her fourth win in six tries, but she must be wary of the DQ pair of La's Gigi and Touch My Hand. (3-1-8-7)

Race 12 is a B 550 race that is all about seeing red. Hanks Marsbar is a one box running, rail hole stealing, determined at the wire, winning machine. Or in other words, he is Chris Carter from the one box, HE JUST WINS! How about 6 wins and 8 quinielas in his last 9 races from here, and that includes two wins in a row. Do I really need to explain it? (1-4-7-5)

Race 14 is a C 550 race that will have a great battle up front, but they might not be the ones who will eventually win this effort. Why? Miss Kate will be just too much in the stretch. I know she hasn't won in awhile, but she is due! Giving her all at the finish, she will eeck out the mortal combat pair of Uss West Coast and Kiowa Mon Elsie. If she does falter, either of the other two might get the nod. SOLID TRIFECTA PLAY - BOX. LOL! (8-7-5-3)

Race 15 is a B 550 race and gets the vote for the come on now award. Clearly Kiowa Top Design is the choice in this effort. He is easily the best talent in the field and gets to start off this race from a great post position. The only thing holding him back is himself. He has to get out and want to win, which he will in B, so count on a big effort today. No delay moving back to grade A as he has won 5 of his last 8 races against this level of competition. (3-6-1-2)


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