Potential megastar Silver Lake will play the ‘lone ranger’, according to The Watchdog.
He’s only contested nine races for five wins, but the expert form analyst is tipping a sub-29.70sec run could be on the cards tonight.
“He is still learning what it’s all about but is a generational talent, and fingers crossed he can stay sound and continue to light up the track for greyhound fans,” The Watchdog said.
Silver Lake established a new Ballarat 450m track record (24.69sec) on February 3, and he has registered a stunning 29.14sec at Sandown Park. He was also a Western Districts Derby finalist.
So, it will be all eyes on the clock as “one of the hottest prospects on the planet” hits The Meadows for the first time.
‘Punting prognosticator’ The Watchdog gazed into his Ballarat Cup crystal ball last night and delivered an amazingly accurate prophecy.
The expert form analyst cum clairvoyant claimed new sprint king Ferdinand Boy was “an absolute moral”.
And he put his money where his mouth is when asked how he would spend $20 on the Cup: $10 Win – Ferdinand Boy; Trifecta – 8 / 2,3,4,7 / 1,2,3,4,6,7 ($10 for 50%).
The win bet returned $25 and the trifecta (8-7-3) $96.95.
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