Greyhound Tips: Blake to Gain Revenge in Harlow Feature

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Waikiki Blake is expected to impress at Harlow on Wednesday evening.

Harlow plays hosts to a quality 11-race card on Wednesday evening.

Another quality-looking card at Harlow on Wednesday evening includes seven open races.

The running surface has been superb there of late, so the track are getting the support they deserve, which translates into some great contests for punters to get stuck into.

The feature race comes up at 19.44, where Waikiki Blake can gain revenge for his heat defeat by Lemming Devon.

He was awkward leaving the traps last week before a bump at the bend saw him on the back foot.

Both hounds represent the kennel of Paul Clarke and his kennelmate will do him a favour and head straight left from trap four. A slicker exit tonight can see Blake take advantage of the room to lead early.

York to Trump Them

Roger York should have a couple of winners on the card, including Indian Trump at 21.02. He did incredibly well to get anywhere close last week given early trouble, almost down on his nose at the opening turn.

One of the top local performers, anything approaching a clear run round tonight can see him make amends for that with his best times superior to this field.

Humble to Turn on the Jets

York has taken full advantage of the race conditions of the 19.24 with Humble Jet.

Despite four open race wins over 400m at Romford, he is still allowed to run in maiden company over this 415m trip.

His Romford win times are superior to those of his main danger Mohort Bob and his experience of this track compared to a rival who has none makes him the one to beat.

Mullins on the Quest for a Double

Winning first time up at Harlow is tricky, but Pantone Quest can do exactly that in the 20.03. He boasts lots of experience around a shorter course at Romford so he is not coming in completely cold.

He has kept stronger company than this at that track of late and while he is a railer, he tends to trap better from a middle slot so a draw in four looks a plus for his chances on his first visit.

Suzie can Step up With Experience

Troy Suzieeq was just run down late on last week over a longer trip on her Harlow debut.

She is a touch between trips, but the drop to 592m from 769m  in the 20.43 can see her get her head back in front.

She narrowly failed to pick up the re-opposing Chess over 575m at Romford three starts back, but the extra distance and her experience of this track can see her time her challenge to perfection and reverse that form.

A sports journalist for over 15 years, Aidan has been part of written and audio coverage on a wide-ranging number of events. Having played and coached at amateur level, he offers in-depth insight and opinion into the world of football in particular.
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