RPGTV Notebook - June 7

RPGTV Notebook - June 7

Highlighting the greyhounds who have caught the eye of RPGTV analysts over the past seven days.

Cloheena Miley (Hove A9)
The November 2020 pup was having her second race for trainer Jamie Kingsley and put in a good performance. After missing her break, she showed good pace to get into a decent position down the back straight then challenged the leader but was outstayed by a stronger runner. 
Coconut Chicken (Monmore A9)
A raw February 2021 bitch pup who went really well on debut for Pat Curtin. She was quick off the mark and led everywhere but the finishing line when she was beaten by a rival on the nod. Will come on for the experience but even a repeat performance may well suffice next time.
Concra Wood (Harlow A6)
Coral Wilson's dog was having his sixth run at Harlow having secured two wins to date and was not disgraced despite missing his break. He paced up well and got behind the leader who was away and gone with the pair pulling away from the rest which always marks the form up.
Drumcrow Memphis (Doncaster A6)
Jimmy Gaskin's dog was well-supported on the back of a creditable first try at 483m and looked unlucky. Yet to open his account, he can soon remedy that on this evidence as he seemed all set to go round in front only to be crowded. Chased a strong leader hard throughout afterwards.
Inamo (Romford A10)
David Mullins’ bitch pup has been costly to follow but had caught the eye on a few occasions all the same and finally managed to force a dead-heat after losing a bit of ground when challenging. The run is better than the bare form and there is every chance she can creep up the rankings.
Oh Cosmopolitan (Towcester A3)
Having her first 500m race since December for trainer John Mullins, she looked to dominate from the front but was beaten to the punch by the winner. Successful in two sprints this year, she ran well for a long way and should come on significantly in terms of fitness for the run.
Pincher Mac (Crayford A9)
Having just his second UK race for Nick Deas, the September 2020 pup showed good pace for the level. He challenged the leader and eventual winner off the last bend but was bumped and lost all chance in a real momentum-stopping moment. Compensation surely awaits.
The Blue Lagoon (Central Park A4)
Won two of his four sprint races after arriving from Ireland and looked set to score on four-bend debut after barging to the front. However, Barry O’Sullivan's dog had the misfortune to see a strong rival turn close behind so credit him with sticking in there until outstayed late on.