Watch Out a shot at top dog
GREYHOUND racing returns to the Townsville showgrounds tonight with the Rossvale Fish and Burger Bar fifth grade final over 498m the feature.
This final will have a few chances including Watch Out Renald ( 3) for Rhonda Essery, who ran a good second last week behind Whatta Pass after leading for most of the race, and he will be better for the run with each- way claims.
Nova Party ( 2) for Robert Lound has drawn closer to the rails this week, and should also begin each- way claims.
Fastest heat winner Riff ( 6) for Harold Hovi has not drawn well this week, but should still be up there with the leaders.
Whatta Pass ( 5) for Glen Olsen is backing up from Cairns on Friday night where he was unplaced in the Young Guns Final, has a very strong finish.
Not A Word ( 7) for John Forster is a consistent performer, and ran third behind Riff last week. He has a good finish and is a place chance.
Race 4 is the Town Automatics R/ W over the 498m, an open race with a couple of chances.
No Not Me ( 4) for Essery is backing up from Friday night in Cairns where she won over the 410m. She is having her second start over the distance and has drawn better this time in each way claims.
Queen Of Cawdor ( 8) for Jay Schafer has a time of 29.01 for this distance needs to begin well to be a place chance.
Slippery Coin ( 3) for Graham Thomson is having her first start over the distance and is a well- bred youngster worth watching each way.
Pass The Ammo ( 5) for Robert Lound is also backing up from Cairns on Friday night where she ran second over the 410m and has each way claims.
Race 8 is the Just Perfect Kitchens Best 8 over 380m. Slow Dancer ( 2) for Glen Olsen is backing up from Cairns on Friday night in the Young Guns Final over the 410m she has to jump place chance.
Madagaster ( 3) for Clarence Wilcox has drawn well this week and will be up there with the leaders, always consistent with each- way claims.
Kerrie’s A Minx ( 8) is also in good form and won her last two starts and had a good second on Friday night in Cairns. She will be a big danger to the favourite.