RPGTV Notebook - September 6

RPGTV Notebook - September 6

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

Baunaniska Abbie (Crayford A4)
Jim Reynolds’ bitch is now 11 without a win but her latest second can be marked up on the basis railers did not fare particularly well at the meeting. The former top grader scrapes the paint so may have been disadvantaged and surely has a similar contest in her.
Colmyaro King (Hove A3)
Has not been out of the first three in ten starts at Hove but boasts only one victory and hit the bar again latest. However, Richard Yeates' dog was unfortunate after being slowly away as he stuck to the task well and briefly led on the run-in only to be caught by a stronger rival.
Headford Spirit (Doncaster A5)
The punters left it behind on Sharon Saberton's speedy two-year-old previously after a rough ride and this was again far from a smooth passage. Building up a head of steam into the third turn, it looked likely he would score before he was squeezed out on the inside.
Kellsboro Syd (Romford A3)
Got a double upgrade after winning second time up for Nathan Hunt and handicapped himself further with a slow start. Although only fourth after a troubled run, he was not beaten far and gave the distinct impression that this level will not prove beyond him in the near future.
Magical Carrie (Monmore A6)
Having her third start for Brian Thompson, the March 2021 pup gave her rials a start but chased hard throughout and closed the gap behind the winner down to a length and a quarter at the line. With more experience, she looks capable of going through the grades.
Ragtime Jet (Central Park A1)
Paul Donovan's dog made an impressive A2 winning debut in August before running into a top prospect in a maiden open. Returning to graded company, he gave his rivals start and lost all chance due to trouble but chased exceptionally hard. Compensation awaits.
Roses Riley (Henlow A5)
Andy Ioannou's dog suffered a bumpy start to his career before opening his account third time out. Two subsequent runs following an upgrade have seen good efforts and he recorded a career best time latest when running really well until tiring a little late on. Can soon go one better.
Swift Lethal (Doncaster A2)
It was simply a question of how far would Ballymac Rocker win by once the well-backed jolly assumed command but Sean Parker's runner-up battled on well and caught the eye. She has been holding her form well of late and is fancied to make he way back to the winner's podium soon.
Trapstyle Domino (Towcester A5)
Mattie Richards' December 2020 pup was having his third outing in the grade after a double hike following an impressive victory in A7. Breaking smartly, he took the lead round the first bend but was followed round by a strong-running sort eventually finishing second. A good effort.