Greyhound Racing
Hat-trick on the cards for Kincora Applaud

By Steve Carpenter Thursday 01 November 2012 Updated: 01/11 10:29

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SUCCESSFUL gambler Harry Findlay gives our readers his tips ahead of Thursday's greyhound racing at the Coventry Stadium:

"After appearing to throw away a couple of races back in September, I have to admit that I have not been to complimentary about Steven Howards pacy Kincora Applaud.

"But she's certainly made me eat my words with two back-to-back victories and with her natural ability never in question, I think there is every chance she can make it a treble on Thursday night from a tricky T3 draw in race 7 (9.15pm).

"The only fly in the ointment is Crashing Trend in T4 trained by the shrewd Craig Andrews.

"I'm convinced its only a matter of time until this strong runner bolts up but Kincora should be in front of him coming out of the second bend and hopefully he will have to wait a bit longer to break his maiden tag at Coventry."

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