There are not that many major greyhound races left these days, however one that is going to be run this coming Bank Holiday Monday in the UK is of course the Puppy Final Classic, and whilst quite some time in the making there are six greyhounds taking part in that final race this year.
However, as for which one is going to have a chance of winning, well there is one that has been attracting plenty of ante post support, and it will probably do so over the weekend too, and below I will be giving you an overview of each of those greyhounds.
The greyhound that is being backed is Ice on Fire and having opened up at odds of 3/1 which dropped down rather quickly to odds of just 5/2 it is now on offer at 8/11, and as such you can see the level of support that puppy has been attracting.
If you do fancy betting on that favourites then get a move on for the rate at which those odds are dropping, they could get even lower soon, and it is over at the Nottingham Greyhound Stadium that race is being held at by the way.
Fancy an Each-Way Tickle?
You can quickly mope up some each-way value of you do not agree with favourite backers, for the Coral betting site for example ate paying out to two places to each-way punter and at a quarter of the win odds too.
In fact, if you haven’t yet signed up to the Coral betting site then they do have a sign up offer available this weekend too, so feel free to check out the terms and conditions associated with that offer, as you may fancy making use of it and claiming it.
The Rest of the Puppy Classic Field
Roxholme Dolly is the current second favourite to win this years running of the Puppy Classic, however with the favourite now being odds on that does of course mean that there is some value to be had backing that second favourite for it is on offer at odds of 7/2 if you are quick.
You will find Headford Ranger is easy to back at odds of 9/2, but things will need to pan out during that race if it is to get into a lead and stay there.
Next you have Antigua Rum who is currently trading at odds of around the 7/1 mark, but it did actually open at 16/1 so maybe that is the puppy for your each-way sharks to bet on, Waikiki Lad does look up against it at odds of 14/1 and the rank outsider is Salacres Magnier at 66/1.