Rocklynn's Angel, No.1, is Stephen McGrath’s pick to take out Race 2 today at Border Park.
Rocklynn's Angel, No.1, is Stephen McGrath’s pick to take out Race 2 today at Border Park.

Still plenty of action at the Park

AFTER a week’s rest the greyhounds return to the Border Park Raceway this afternoon, and although nominations were a tad slow, the action on track will, as always, be anything but.

Race 1 is a Maiden 420m and I like Perplexity for Troy Sharpe over Flag and Notta Smartie, while in Race 2, the maiden final, I can’t look past the inside lot and fancy Rocklynn’s Angel over Deebah Flyer and Sunset Jazz.

The third is a Fourth and Fifth Grade 520m, and for me it’s Twin Fin over Findings and Mr Imagination.

Trainer Keith Boan has had a bit of luck lately, so in the fourth I will stick with him and go for Super Surfer over Farmer Bond and Wicked Sky.

In Race 5 I expect to see Cheato come home over Kay Cee Jet and Midnight Grace, and in Race 6, a “free-for-all” I’m going to go with Cloud Dancer over Silver Shari and Teddy to Go.

In the seventh, I like Diamond Series out of the box one over Oxley County and Bearing Bond, which is now up in the grades, while in Race 8 my money’s on Tricky Uno to come home ahead of Mooball Enforcer and Ivory Spy.

In the last for the day I expect it to come down to Steal De Bullion, Kee and Wild Eclipse, and I’ll have them in that order.

Good punting everyone.

Full on-course and interstate betting facilities are available on course in the club’s undercover auditorium, so be on course and bet with Kerrie and Lloyd.

The first race jumps at 1.45pm (DST) and gates open at 10am.



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