1,837/1 Clean Sweep & 32/1 Double

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On Thursday we absolutely destroyed the bookies! After a winning Daily NAP, 32/1 ITV Racing Double and a good few winners at our sponsored meeting at Nottingham racecourse we kicked on in the evening and every one of our Greyhound Tips won – an 1827/1 clean sweep! All of our tipsters have been in brilliant form and followers were again absolutely delighted!

How We Landed The Greyhound Clean Sweep

Acca and Mega Acca

Droopys Tracker (4/9) – First up was Droopys Trapper, a fantastic dog that many think will have a great chance in the English Derby next year and he did those credentials no harm last night running out a comfortable 2.75 length winner to start both Accas.

Roxholme Butt (8/13) – Rumour has it that they paid a kings ransom for Butt and from what we’ve seen so far he’s worth every penny. With a nice draw in trap one he broke well and, despite some late pressure from the 3 dog Droopys Trawler, he went on the record a comfortable success.

Geelo Blissful (4/7) – Blissful one of the best in the Bitches division in the UK at the minute. Having produced a great time at Newcastle already we fancied her to really turn on the style here and after a nice break we weren’t disappointed as she blitzed the field to score by over 5 lengths!

Tea For Tess (NAP 5/4) – Tess moved really well in recent trial at the same track and with a nice enough draw and we fancied her to come on for the run with a nice early break. Thankfully we got just that and she went on to win comfortably in a trouble free run by 3.5 lengths! NAP landed and one more for a 10/1 Acca!

Azzuri Genesis (Next Best 6/5) – With the NAP home it was down to the Next Best to land the Acca. Having competed in a much better race last time out we were confident that she was easily the best dog in the field and despite not having run at the track Newcastle she’d have too much class for her rivals. She pinged the lids, her recent run had her spot on in terms of fitness and quite simply embarrassed her rivals running out another wide margin winner, this time by 5 lengths. Next Best landed, 10/1 Acca landed and one more need for the Mega Acca!

Jaguar Jack (4/5) – He was a short enough price but after a recent 28.57 we simply couldn’t get away from him. He arrived from Ireland with bags of ability and we fancied that even a reproduction of his recent trial would be enough to handle this field. Another to get a solid start and Jack wasn’t for catching, beating the next three home by 3.75, 7.5 and 11.5 lengths respectively. 31/1 Mega Acca landed! But we weren’t finished there…


Droopys Heron (7/2) – In between the Acca runners our first Single came in the 7.26pm Newcastle with Droopys Heron. He ran a great race last week when just beaten by a very good dog. With bags of early pace the draw always looked to be to his advantage with the outside dog moving towards the middle early on causing all kinds of problems. It was a good move from the 6 grabbing a decent early position but he found himself just behind our selection at the line, who made all to win by by a head.

Donation (5/2) – Donation is a bit of a myracing favourite having been a selection of ours a few times in the past. With traps 1 and 2 facing potential early problems caused by themselves we went with the strong staying wide runner and how it paid off with the bitch running out a near 6 length winner – easy!

Falcon Bay (3/1) – With the NAP, Next Best, 10/1 Acca and 31/1 Mega Acca already home and hosed this was for a clean sweep at ridiculous odds of 1827/1! In these trappy kinds of affairs we like a dog to get out and get on the bunny. Falcon Bay loves being off the front and with every chance that he’d hold the favourite in trap 6 wide we liked him to hold them off from the front. We got the break, we held the jolly and stayed all day from the front to land an unprecedented 9-fold! WHAT AN UNBELIEVABLE EVENING!

How We Landed The ITV Double

Communique (5/1) – After posting a career-best effort when landing a competitive handicap at Newmarket we liked his chance at Goodwood, especially partnering a man bang in form in Silvestre De Sousa. The champion jockey settled him in midfield and only began to make a move around 3 furlongs out on the inside. Mark Johnston’s colt picked up well to lead just before the furlong pole and stayed on strongly to repel his nearest challenger by 1.5 lengths.

Wild Illusion (9/2) – In a tricky renewal of the Nassau with question marks over the majority of the field we sided with the safer option in Wild Illusion. Godolphin’s daughter of Dubawi was a Group 1 winner as a two-year-old and, after not quite finishing her races over 1m 4f the last twice, the step back in trip looked ideal. William Buick set his stall out early to make the running at an easy enough pace before stepping through the gears 3 furlongs before the line. Urban Fox looked to be coming with a stong run in the final furlong but Charlie Appleby’s mount stayed on much the best and was ridden out for a cosy 2 length victory. 32/1 Double landed!

How To Follow Our Greyhound Tips

Our Greyhound Tips go online at around 5.30pm every day so be sure not to miss tonight’s! If horses are more your thing then our Free Horse Racing Tips and also go online every day from around 8pm the evening before racing. We also have your ITV tips covered this week for Glorious Goodwood with those also going online the evening before racing.

Followers’ Bet Slips

We love to see people winning big but last night was insane! £1 turned into over £2,ooo, £5 turned into over £10,000. The bookmakers took an absolute hiding from us and our followers! Below are just a few of the many, many winning betslips sent in:

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