2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final – form, ratings, tips

There has been a move on TABsportsbet for tonight’s 2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final (520m) favourite No Rules League.

The big betting firm yesterday where offering $2.10 about the George Micallef-trained bitch but she has tumbled into $1.90 to take out Dapto’s richest event.

A win would be a fairytale for owner Chris Bertinato who has a lot riding on the 2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final.

A win would ensure a deposit on a house he is eyeing off, a loss is back to the drawing board.

The winner of the 2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final will receive a massive $75,000 first prize.

It is not bad for Bertinato who only paid $800 for the daughter of Bit ChilliCartz.

The 2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final betting move for No Rules League has seen his seven opponents all drift in the betting market.

While No Rules League wasn’t the fastest heat winner, she has the fastest overall time at the track in 29.87 sec.

2011 Dapto Puppy Classic Final – form, rating, tips.

  1. NO RULES LEAGUE (George Micallef): (12:7-2-2): A winner of five from eight starts at this track and both previous starts from box one.  She has the fastest overall time and is quick early. Her heat win in 30.23 sec was highly competitive – the fastest being Unfinished in 30.18. Unfinished provides No Rules League with an added bonus. It likes to get off the track and should leave the red plenty of room to strut her stuff. Hard to beat for sure. Rating 9.
  2. UNFINISHED (Majella Ferguson):  (10:5-1-0):  Was the quickest heat winner in 30.18 when leading all the way from box five. Quick early but likes to run to the middle of the track in general.  Good overall record and a winner of three from six starts at Dapto. Small bitch at just 25kg and wouldn’t want to have any trouble but certainly good enough to show them a clean pair of paws and lead throughout. Rating 7.
  3. CHEVY DOTCOM (Michael Manuel): (2:0-1-1): Pretty decent effort to make this final after just two starts. As good as it is the inexperience may be his problem. That and speed. He only recorded the equivalent to 30.65 sec at this track. It isn’t enough to win and one expected the $51 offered by TABsportsbet is about the right price. Not that quick early and others with stronger claims. Rating 1.
  4. GO JESSIE’S GIRL (Norm Becroft) (28:12-5-7): Has a great record from box four with five wins and two placings from seven starts. In fact it for some unknown reason could be construed as her best box. The daughter of Collision is quick early and has an equivalent best time here of 30.20 sec. Definitely good enough to take out this race. She was narrowly defeated in the heat by One Banana but an turn that around. Good chance. Rating 8.
  5. LAGOON NIFFY (Ray Webster) (6:1-0-3): Lightly raced and having its first start from box five. The best overall time posted by this bitch is 30.58 sec. Not much is lining up to the positive for Lagoon Nifty who is just an average beginner who found the lead early in last week’s heat. Unlikely to do that here and being just 26kg it looks a terribly tough assignment. TABsportsbet have her at $51 and you wouldn’t take any shorter. Rating 1.
  6. FRISKY MELODY (Vince Bennett) (27:7-10-3) : Overall record quite good and seems to be able to find her way into the placings without winning more often than not. Box six a a tough one. She has won one of three starts from the box and is quite a handy beginner without being brilliant, Her best time at this track at four attempts is just 30.50 sec. Probably not good enough to win but that  place record is impressive.  Perhaps one for trifectas and first fours. Rating 4.
  7. ONE BANANA (Frank Hurst) (15:8-2-2):  Winner of four of its past five runs. Also a winner at both Dapto starts to date. Won its heat in 30.19 sec from box six last week when quick away and lead. With an average beginner to his outside, this son of Collision is likely to get a clear run early. Seems to win at any track he competes and looks outstanding value at $4.80 with TABsportsbet. Definitely can win. Rating 8.
  8. DANCING COOKIE (Geoff Cook) (12:1-5-1): Overall all record doesn’t read great but has shown enough ability to be a knockout chance in this race. This will be her first start from box eight. She can be hit or miss at the start but on her night can run a bit of time. She did it two starts back when second to One Banana running the equivalent of 20.29. That is competitive here and the fact she is just 25kg, the box draw is likely to suit her style for staying out of trouble. Definitely not the worst. Rating 6.

  Tips: No Rules League 1, One Banana 2, Go Jessie’s Girl 3 Unfinished.

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