Greyhound Tips

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Greyhound Racing Tips

Greyhound racing has been a popular pastime in the UK ever since the first track opened at Belle Vue, Manchester in 1926. Free greyhound racing betting tips are available on the site now for open racing four times a week on a Monday from Nottingham and Romford, a Tuesday from Sheffield, Thursday from two of the premiere tracks in the country at Hove and Monmore and on a Sunday from Henlow and Sittingbourne.

In addition we are going to provide free dog racing tips for all the major competitions throughout the year, the finals of which are normally covered on Sky Sports and are perfect for ante post betting.
You will find Sky Sports showing greyhound racing on average 3 times a month from a selection of the 25 licenced tracks in the UK including the Scottish Derby at Shawfield and the English Derby from Wimbledon. Our greyhound racing tips will be available for them all with the emphasis on tying to find value despite the small fields.
 Greyhound Racing Tips
Greyhound racing is more affordable for the masses to attend, there are few finer sights in sport than the poetry in motion of a greyhound at full speed. There are of course big money purchases like in horse racing but as was shown in the 2014 English Derby Final won by Salad Dodger, the ordinary man can compete on much more of a level playing field. myracing.com will take you inside the sport with our dog racing tips to allow you a fuller understanding on how to pick winners.
To many, the form on a greyhound race card might as well be written in a different language but many years of watching and learning at all level from BAGS racing to the high end Open races live on Sky Sports means we can guide you through the numbers to give you all the greyhound tips for free!
The greyhound racing betting tips come with full, written reasoning from form study to allow you to understand the thought process that goes into each selection. Join us on our journey round the tracks and let’s bring dog racing back to the popularity level that it deserves to sit at!