12 SIZZLING hot tips for tonight’s GREYHOUND action at Romford – The Bet

12 SIZZLING hot tips for tonight’s GREYHOUND action at Romford - The Bet

Top flight GREYHOUND racing takes the centre stage at
Romford tonight as we continue with our 2021 dog racing coverage.

Tonight’s action on this 12 race STACKED card are the
semi-finals of the CORAL Essex Vase.

Run over a distance of 575 metres, the contest was first
run in 1939 and boasts a prize fund of £10,000. Recent winners include Adageo
Bob, Bubbly Torpedo, Murrys Act and Droopys Aoife. The 2020 renewal was won by
Kimessan Puma. I’ve previewed the semi-finals with our best bets for all of the
action, which includes our NAP and Next
Best.

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6:09:
Romford: Aero Rackitup (Trap Three)

A fascinating little opener in which local trainer Nathan
Hunt has two live chances. Grays Cup Winner bounced back to form with a smart
win last time out, but his stable companion Aero Rackitup is a bitch in the
form of her life. A winner of an Open Race before Christmas, she returned to
action with a stylish success in an A1 earlier this month and looks the one to
beat.

6:28:
Romford: HollywoodCoco(Trap
Five)

Not much Romford form to go on and with that in mind
Hollywood Coco is a tentative pick. She has finished with promise in two runs
in Open company at the track and if breaking smartly, she has possibilities
here.

6:43:
Romford: Droopys Flight (Trap Two)

A talented dog who was unlucky at Romford last time out.
Nothing went right for him on that occasion and he has to be of interest
following a solid trial time back at the track earlier this month.

6:58:
Romford: Over The Bonnet (Trap Two)

Progressive type who did the business nicely in an A2 last
time out. This step up to Open company clearly demands more, but she is going
the right way and it would be folly to write her off a draw that suits.

7:18:
Romford: Goldies Hoddle (Trap One)

Did this column a favour last week with another imperious
performance. He has now won three of his last four starts at the track and was
impressive on his latest outing. The draw is potentially a slight worry, but he
shows such good early that he can negate that issue. He looks one of the best
bets of the evening.

7:36:
Romford: Signature Dancer (Trap One)

A tricky event. Signature Dancer lacks form around Romford,
but his two trial runs at the track have been sparkling. He has clocked decent
times on both occasions and has to be of interest despite this being his first
experience of an actual race at the Essex venue.

7:56:
Romford: Smallmead (Trap Three)

The first semi-final of the Coral Essex Vase. St Leger hero
Smallmead was sensational in his opening heat last week with a stunning six and
three-quarter length success. He clocked under 24 seconds on that occasion and
is the one to beat if in the same form. There are dangers aplenty headed by
Antigua Romeo and Newinn Liz, but they will have to take another step forward
to defeat Smallmead given his rampant form of late.

8:17:
Romford: Aayamza Lexie (Trap One)

The second semi-final could all be about this exciting
bitch drawn in the red jacket. She showed electric pace from the boxes in her
opening heat and was not for stopping. She posted a solid time on that occasion
and breaking from the same trap, she makes plenty of appeal here.

8:38:
Romford: Droopys Aoife (Trap One)

An interesting puzzle for punters to solve in the third
semi-final. Droopys Aoife was not disgraced when a fine second to Aayamza Lexie
last time out and will be suited by trap one. The dangers include Ivy Hill
Skyhigh and Desperado Dan who were both beaten favourites last week. However,
they now have questions to answer whereas Droopys Aofie shaped well behind the
exciting Aayamza Lexie and gets the vote. 

8:54:
Romford: Chilli Trend (Trap Two) 

He shaped with promise dropped back into this grade when
only beaten narrowly. A reproduction of that effort gives him leading claims
here.

9:12:
Romford: Piemans Tom (Trap Four)

A dog who is progressing with every run. He made up good
headway after a poor break to score last time out in a performance which was
very impressive visually. Given the ground he made up on that occasion, he
looks a dog at the top of his game and he can continue the winning run.

9:28:
Romford: Magical Firebird (Trap Four)

Was slow away, but still managed to finish a solid second
last time out. She clearly needs to break more sharply from the boxes, but that
was a fine effort and she makes appeal in the finale.

NAP: 7:18: Romford: Goldies Hoddle (Trap
One)

Next Best: 6:09:
Romford: Aero Rackitup (Trap Three)

Author: Ken Sutton