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Dogs to follow – Not For Profit, Millara’s Money and Serena Bale

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.

Jan ’21 Fernando Bale x Fantastic Hope
Trainer: Steven Bruce White, Buln Buln East
Record: 7 starts 6-0-0

Dale says: Accomplished trainer Steven Bruce White has found himself another country cups proposition in Not For Profit.

This 22-month-old greyhound moved to Victoria only recently following some smart Murray Bridge form.

In his two starts for his new trainer, he has scorched around the 350m circuit at Traralgon, including a track record victory in 19.31sec.

Not For Profit has unrivalled speed soon after box rise and he is getting faster each time he races.

Best traits: Ridiculous acceleration soon after box rise
Ideal draw: Box 1
Ideal distance: 400m


Add Not For Profit to your Blackbook HERE

 Nov ’20 Fernando Bale x Dreamy Eyes
Trainer: Christian Wilk, Tanjil South
Record: 3 starts 0-1-0

Dale says: Millara’s Money has had absolutely no luck in his first three starts, all of which were from unsuitable draws.

He is engaged to run at Warragul on Tuesday night in Race 3 and he looks a big chance to put his best paw forward from an ideal draw (Box 1) and break his maiden status.

Best traits: Mid-race speed
Ideal distance: 440m
Ideal draw: Box 1


Add Millara’s Money to your Blackbook HERE

 Oct ’20 Orson Allen x Dyna Chill
Trainer: Brad Keel, Anakie
Record: 7 starts 1-3-0

Dale says: Tennis fans should be adding this girl to their Watchdog Blackbook.

Following an eye-catching heat placing in which she found trouble from the outset, Serena Bale took out the Maiden Final at The Meadows on Friday night with a spectacular last-to-first performance.

She has the potential to develop into a top-class middle-distance chaser or stayer.

Best traits: Determination; strength at the finish (over 500m)
Ideal draw: Box 1
Ideal distance: At least 550m


Add Serena Bale to your Blackbook HERE

Dale Code is a professional form analyst and son of champion Melbourne Cup-winning trainer, the late Judy Hayley.

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