Timeform bring you three selections from the action on Easter Monday.
"His win over course and distance four runs back in an Open was an excellent effort..."
BAHAMIAN BERYL (Trap 6) looks well in off scratch in the 15:17 at Sheffield and can get back to winning ways. Indeed, the last time she won was when having a rare start in a handicap four runs back and this task looks much simpler. Her make up should allow her a clear run around the first bend and she should be coming home strongest of all.
Damson Jam is unbeaten in six Opens this year and Jim Hayton's Kinsley raider is favourite to make it seven in the 19:48 at Nottingham tonight, but the claims of OLD JOE GOLDEN (Trap 6) are just as convincing if not better. Charlie Lister's wide runner hasn't broken as well as he is capable of in his last two races, but he looks to have a clear edge here all the same to the first bend with two slow starters drawn inside and he will prove hard to pass if getting out in front.
FARRAN SEXTON (Trap 4) looks to hold good claims in the 21.07 at Nottingham and the early odds seem to suggest his chance has been underestimated. His win over course and distance four runs back in an Open was an excellent effort, characterised by a very good burst of early pace, and if he shows that again today he'll be very hard to beat. The return to a middle trap having been drawn on the inside in his last two races raises hopes that will happen.
Timeform Greyhound Smartplays:
Back BAHAMIAN BERYL (Trap 6) in the 15:17 at Sheffield
Back OLD JOE GOLDEN (Trap 6) in the 19:48 at Nottingham
Back FARRAN SEXTON (Trap 4) in the 21:07 at Nottingham