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Greyhounds all go and how to use weights to get an edge

Update 11.35 a.m. There’s little value in Australia today but David has his best bets here for the NZ Greyhounds today. I’ll have a full preview of Australian racing by 2 p.m. Wednesday.

It is great to have New Zealand racing up and running again with twelve greyhound races at Addington and twelve at Whanganui. It is going to be hard to gauge the level of fitness for each dog but having all races over sprint distances initially, will help. We have opened up the Formpro Ratings here so you can use the speed maps, Predictor and many other tools to find the fastest and best dogs. Plus David is going to post some selections by noon.

I’ll be posting selections for any Australian gallops races by noon  and maybe a recommended quaddie.

The review of Kensington Randwick is here with comments about how you can use weights to find winners. David Walsh is coming back on Heads Up this Friday and I’ll be asking him his opinion about how weights affect horses as well. If you have any questions you would like David to answer, let me know.

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Good luck,


Enquiries to Neil at formpro@formpro.co.nz or text or phone 027 352 6402

About Neil Davis

Neil is New Zealand's leading form analyst with particular expertise in the area of horse racing sectional times. He has had a life time interest in racing. The Formpro website first started back in 2008 - 10 years ago!