I am writing this weeks edition whilst on the flight back from my weeks break in Tenerife.
Another 5* holiday paid for by the bookmakers! I needed to recharge the batteries as I have a big, big month coming up, with the William Hill Greyhound Derby starting next Friday.
With 153 confirmed entries and the live draw taking place on Sunday on RPGTV it’s likely that there will be 13 heats on Friday & Saturday evening and all the first round action can be watched live on RPGTV.
Now some of you may have seen the pre-launch emails and yes I have been itching to tell you about this for a few weeks now, but Betfan and I are launching a Greyhound Derby tipping site, which will cover all the Derby action, from the start of it next week until the grand final on the 29th June.
I will be putting up my ante post fancies for the Derby, along with value selections every derby race night on this site, along with some eye-catchers from previous rounds.
As a reward to my current GMT subscribers, they will be offered a healthy discount to come and join the Derby site.
I thought I would dedicate a whole site to take in the Derby in all its glory and separate it from my GMT site, though I will still be looking to bang in the winners on the GMT site at all the other meetings covered on RPGTV nights.
Come and join the Derby site and lets have a successful Derby together. There will be early bird offers available if you’re quick off the mark.
Onto last weeks review and I carried on in fine winning fashion with Shaneboy Spencer Saturday then Johnnys Boy Sunday, no selections Monday/Tuesday, Tonnetta Bound kept the run of winners going Wednesday, Bouncy Bocko let the run down last night.
I am flying high in the Betfan top 10 currently lying 4th and this despite not being able to compete with the some of the big priced winners that the horse racing guys unearth, the golf long shots landed or the football accumulators that betfan tipsters regularly find.
I just regularly pick out value greyhound winners, check the out the GMT on Betfan’s website, all my results and tips are on there, I have nothing to hide!
Now I have been disappointed with not landing a free tip for a while, lets put that right with a selection as usual from my home track Romford. I think Dave Mullins bitch who ran brilliantly in the Regency down at Hove before that hosed up over c&d breaking 35 secs. She will have too much in her locker for these if in the same form tonight.
Romford 10.26 Trap 6
Win Bet @ 13/8 Ladbrokes
Kevin aka GMT