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An early runner on Thursday morning for the myracing greyhound syndicate, with Droopys Hyde in action at Henlow. Hyde has found things tough of late having been kept busy, but it’s eleven days since he was last seen in action. Our greyhound tips tonight will come from the Regency Final card at Hove.
Lemming Boleyn – Young pup has made a very smart start to her career, winning four of her five races. She has very little early boot but she comes home strongly. A 28.32 last time when winning an A7 needs improving on but she looks to have more to give.
Droopys Hyde – Hyde has been a bit flat in recent starts, slipping back down the ladder two grades. A slow starter inside has the look of a decent draw for him, with the 3 not quick from the lids either. Chance if bouncing back to his best.
Blackrose Zeb – Not a quick starter, nor a regular under 28.40, this looks a tough task for this pup. He won in this grade a couple of starts back, staying on well to grab the money in 28.39. Needs more if he is to be winning this.
Ballinvana Queen – Smart turn of early pace, with very little in the way of boot inside her, she should lead this field up. She has been out of action since February so is fully entitled to need this return to action, however.
Ballyroyal Jules – Ex A3 Nottingham bitch, she found the galloping 500m there a little too much for her. She has a bit of early, though not enough to think she can lead up the 4. She clocked a 28.33 winning in the grade below at the end of April, which would see her thereabouts.
Lionel Rich Tea – Strong runner has the occasional burst of pace to the bend, though more often he swoops late. An A7 winner when hitting the lids in early April, recording a 28.08. Big player on that, but he is no good thing to come away in that same fashion again.
Not the strongest A6, a repeat of Hyde’s 28.00 when winning in this grade back in January would make him the one to beat. His recent form, however, would make it hard to fancy him, despite what looks like an ideal draw between a pair of slow starters. The 1 has made a flying start to her career, looking the most likely winner here, though the 6 hits the lids once in a while, which would make him dangerous.