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.
LAKEVIEW ALLY (Box 4)
Breeding: Nov ‘20 Bernardo x Lakeview Maisey
Trainer: Monique Whelan, Metung
Record: 20 starts 5-4-2
Dale says: Lakeview Ally made her distance debut over the 680m at Warragul on Sunday night and she impressed with a brilliant win in 39.10 seconds.
Lakeview Ally lacks a little bit of early speed and was getting too far back early over the shorter distances, but the step up in distance looks her go as she can settle closer to the speed and is less likely to find trouble in her races.
Best traits: Mid race speed
Ideal draw: Box 8
Ideal distance: 650 metres
Add Lakeview Ally to your Blackbook HERE
SUCCEED (Box 3)
Breeding: Feb ‘21 Fernando Bale x Naughty Cazza
Trainer: Kayla Cottrell, Pearcedale
Record: 8 starts 5-1-1
Dale says: Succeed has burst onto the racing scene with some eye-catching performances in his five wins from just eight starts.
He has shown he can either lead or come off the speed and races with a maturity that exceeds the little race experience he has had.
If Succeed can remain fit and healthy, it shouldn’t be long before he becomes an elite sprinter.
Best traits: Versatility; can lead or come off the speed to win
Ideal draw: Box 1
Ideal distance: 525 metres
Add Succeed to your Blackbook HERE
DEWANA MYSTERY (Box 3)
Breeding: May ‘21 Fernando Bale x Dewana Classic
Trainer: Brendan Dewan, Carrum Downs
Record: 3 starts 1-2-0
Dale says: Dewana Mystery is a talented youngster who has three very important ingredients every trainer and owner would want in their greyhounds.
Dewana Mystery is a reliable box dog, keen railer and she has a will to win.
Combine her talent and these assets, and this should be a recipe for a successful racing career.
Best traits: Tenacious, reliable beginner, keen railer
Ideal draw: Box 1
Ideal distance: 450 metres
Add Dewana Mystery 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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