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Greyhound Statistics, Predictions, Bet Tips
Betting on Greyhounds? Get our expert betting tips & predictions before you do. Todays free Greyhound racing betting predictions from knowledgeable and profitable greyhound racing tipsters. Todays free Greyhound racing betting predictions from knowledgeable and profitable greyhound racing tipsters complete with detailed reasoning. Sportus Racing offers live Greyhound cards, betting odds, tips and form guides for all of today's Greyhounds races. Live racing results for all race tracks covering. Get your free greyhound racing tips from Racenet. The experts here at Racenet give daily greyhound tips of our best bets. Here are all of our Greyhound races betting tips for today and tonight. Automated self-learning system which crunches numbers to predict results of Greyhound races with high accuracy. All the tips & information you need to be able to find the winner of any greyhound race with the best free bet bonuses available to start. Greyhound betting tips and guidance: learn how to bet the smart way on greyhound racing, what to avoid and how to get ahead in the race! Greyhound racing is an organized, competitive sport in which greyhounds are raced around a track. There are two forms of greyhound racing, track racing (normally around an oval track) and coursing. Dog racing, also called greyhound racing, the racing of greyhounds around an enclosed track in pursuit of an electrically controlled and propelled mechanical hare (rabbit). Dog racing is a 20th-century outgrowth of the older sport of coursing, in which dogs hunted by sight rather than scent. Greyhound Racing betting & latest Greyhound Racing odds. An each-way bet is in reality, two bets on the same dog. Half of your total stake is bet on the dog to win and half on it to be placed (the place requirement is dependent on the number of runners). If your selection wins, you win on both parts of the bet. The place part of the bet is paid out at a fraction of the win odds and will be shown in the betting slip. Unlike horse racing, greyhound races at any one track do not have varying numbers of runners from race to race. Some tracks work on a basis of six runners in each race, others five. This standardisation sets limits to the type of bets you can have. At the track, you can have win, place and forecast bets on the tote. There may also be various multi-bet pools involving the results of two or more races. These vary in character from track to track. Track bookmakers only take win bets. Track – The track where the run took place (many dogs will just race at one track, but better quality greyhounds may run at many tracks). DIS – The distance the race was run over. TRP – The trap the greyhound was in the previous race. SPLIT – The time to the finish line first time around. POS – This is the position by bend in that race. For example, in its last race (top) it was third at the first bend and then led all the way.