RPGTV Notebook - June 21

RPGTV Notebook - June 21

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

Babyitsyou (Romford A10)
Paul Young's pup was unlucky in her bid for a second win. She blew the start again but showed good pace to get in a challenging position at halfway. The improving winner was not for catching but she only went down by three-parts of a length and is well worth supporting.
Blue Jig Queen (Hove S3)
Richard Rees' veteran certainly knows her way round the track and sees the six-bend trip out out strongly. The much younger winner stole a march on her but she battled hard throughout to close down the margin at the end to just two lengths. Still has a race or two in her.
Colliery King (Doncaster D2)
Making his first sprint graded appearance at the track, Debbie Calvert's dog trapped in midfield and took a while to get into full flight but then flew to the bend to lead at that point. Was always in control afterwards despite only winning by three-parts and looked a cut above.
Endova Mccoy (Crayford A6)
Dave Lee's debutant was the subject of significant market support which resulted in him going off favourite, but punters left the money behind after a moderate start and early crowding. However, there was much to like about his early and middle speed as he closed the winner down.
Glenside Anchor (Monmore A10)
An August 2020 youngster with only three at the track and who ran a good race in defeat for Jooles Slater. Still a bit green and returning to the track from being off colour, his overall calculated times have been improving and he just missed out having battled to the front.
Moanteen Bale (Central Park D5)
Dan Brabon's pup was completely left and trailed the field but good early pace saw him latch on to the pack going into the turn only be stopped in his tracks a couple of times. The manner in which he rallied to be beaten less than three lengths in total bodes well.
Sehnsa Judge (Towcester A3)
After a first-round exit from the Derby, the Newbridge winner turned up in a warm graded contest. The winner has 712m form and the outcome was inevitable once she led, but the manner in which Chris Hamblin's dog knuckled down suggests his time in graded company may be brief.
Swift Lizard (Henlow A9)
Having just his second start after a bumpy first run, Barry Ashpole's dog checked at the start and was then crowded as he edged middle. Last into the back, he began to make headway at the top bend and, despite being forced to take wide course turning in, powered home to claim second.
Wise Daisey (Harlow A7)
Paul Vincent's youngster was a wide-margin winner of her last race post-season in April and has returned with another victory, two seconds and a fifth. Her latest silver medal came despite her being knocked right back at the fist bend after which she battled hard to get up for second.