Form expert Dale Code has picked out a selection of greyhounds to follow from around Victoria. You may even want to add them to your Blackbook account.
MR TELFORD (Box 6)
Breeding: Apr ’20 Aston Kimetto x Bold Desert
Trainer: Billy Stockdale, Fulham
Record: 6 starts 4-2-0
Dale says: Mr. Telford is improving with every run and in his sixth race, he beat a strong line-up last start which included the likes of Aston Merit and Boom Out. I expect Mr. Telford to establish himself as a prolific winner on the provincial circuit.
Best traits: Elite turn of foot
Ideal draw: Box 8
Ideal distance: 400m
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SWEET VIBES (Box 2)
Breeding: Sep ’20 Orson Allen x Super Yesy
Trainer: Jeff Britton, Anakie
Record: 23 starts 6-2-2
Dale says: Sweet Vibes stepped up to long distance ranks five starts ago and he has quickly made an impression. He is getting stronger with every run, with his last-start performance at Sandown Park particularly imposing, as he dominated his rivals from start to finish to score by seven lengths in the smart time of 42.00 seconds. Sweet Vibes can develop into a front-running city class stayer.
Best traits: Maintains his speed over long distances
Ideal draw: Box 8
Ideal distance: 650m
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GOOD CHAT WISPY (Box 2)
Breeding: Aug ’20 My Redeemer x Moltisanti
Trainer: Robert Crawford, Pearcedale
Record: 16 starts 7-3-0
Dale says: Good Chat Wispy was super impressive in his city debut at Sandown Park last Thursday night, handling the step up to 515m with aplomb. He clocked a brilliant 5.05sec first section and controlled the race throughout, winning in 29.47sec in a rails-hugging performance. Good Chat Wispy has plenty of scope for improvement and could become a top-class metropolitan sprinter.
Best traits: Elite early pace
Ideal draw: Box 1
Ideal distance: 460m
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Dale Code is a professional form analyst and son of champion Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, the late Judy Hayley.
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