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Classy youngsters to steal show in Launceston

07 / 01 / 2013 Article by: Editor
Shes All Class winning in Hobart - she should return to winning from  in Launceston tonight icon Click to enlarge

With all ofTasmania’s top grade greyhounds fronting up tomorrow for this year’s Devonport Cup the best youngsters in the state hold centre stage in Launceston tonight.

The David Crosswell trained She’s All Class returns to racing in race four.

She took all before her until a bad fall at Devonport in a restricted final and then got pole-axed at her only start on this track.

She has been freshened up and has now got her confidence back and will relish drawing box one in one of the easier races on the programme.   She looms as the best bet of the night.

Dilston Fencer trained by Neville Allison had no luck at his only try on this track and looks a good chance in race two.   He will get plenty of opposition from Terry’s Memory from the Zeehan kennel of Joe Pringle.

He won well at Devonport at his first start on 28 December.

Two smart youngsters in Captain Cosmic (Mick Stringer) and Smokin’ Banzai (Susan Gittus) do battle in race six and one of them should win a tough race.

Bold Water (Nicole Howard) also is a chance if he was to bring his best form.

The value bet on the card is the Wayne Maine-trained All My Life in race five.