Harness racing selections: Friday, July 30

Two meetings to look at on Friday, with Albion Park and Mildura getting my focus. Down below are the best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best Bet: Race Nine Number 2 You No Ill Be Late 2YO trot races can be fraught with danger, but gee it was a slick debut from this […]

Harness racing selections: Friday, July 30

Two meetings to look at on Friday, with Albion Park and Mildura getting my focus. Down below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park
Best Bet: Race Nine Number 2 You No Ill Be Late

2YO trot races can be fraught with danger, but gee it was a slick debut from this colt back in late June. Near faultless display from the outset and he spanked his rivals. I just think he has to produce something similar and he’ll be beating up this lot as well.

Next Best: Race One Number 9 Game Set Major
Looks to be a stack of gate speed on the front line, so looking for something to sit off that and be strong late, which this guy will be. Has had two runs back from a spell and has got better with each outing, the latest a third here over a month ago when a beaten odds on pop. Should get a lovely run in transit and prove strong at the end.

Value: Race Six Number 1 Il Maximus
He will likely be in front and running a bold race at odds. Attempted to lead throughout here two weeks ago and gave a solid kick, but just felt the pinch late when fourth. Interesting to see if he holds the lead, or opts for cover. Whatever the scenario, he’s in with a shout at a price.

Mildura
Best Bet: Race Three Number 1 Mista Pumblechook

Hasn’t had much luck with barriers his past two but that all changes here drawn the pole. Has contested stronger races at Charlton and Shepparton respectively, and has been far from disgraced both times. He has the gate speed to hold the lead and the stable do have a great strike rate at the track.

Next Best: Race Two Number 1 Four Starzzz Ruby
On the quick back up after resuming with a solid second on Tuesday night at Swan Hill. I think she can go one better despite the quick back up.

That run earlier in the week was quite good in a race clearly stronger than what she faces here. Should hold the front from the pole and prove hard to run down.

Value: Race Eight Number 1 Goodtime Maddie
Reckon 1×3, this filly is worth a speck at price. Did far too much work on speed at Swan Hill last time out and felt the pinch when running last. Has run well at Mildura in the past and does have enough gate speed to potentially lead, and near the front, she’ll give a sight at odds.

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Harness racing selections: Thursday, July 29

Two meetings to look at on Thursday, with my attention at Albion Park and Penrith. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best bet: Race Eight Number 2 Skippys Delight Gets a perfect chance to get a win in this Queensland stint for Rickie Alchin. Hasn’t won a race since […]

Harness racing selections: Thursday, July 29

Two meetings to look at on Thursday, with my attention at Albion Park and Penrith. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race Eight Number 2 Skippys Delight
Gets a perfect chance to get a win in this Queensland stint for Rickie Alchin. Hasn’t won a race since arriving from New Zealand but is bursting to win one, having been close up on a number of occasions.

Draws to lead this field up and he’ll prove too good.

Next-best: Race One Number 1 Doolittle Dexter
Looks a race in two, but I’m going with this guy, who has the run under the belt over the first starter, who has trialled well leading in, but this guy did trial well prior to his resumption at Redcliffe where he just looked in need of the run.

He can use gate one to advantage and prove hard to beat.

Value: Race Five Number 1 Just One Good One
Was on him 1×3 last Thursday at Redcliffe and he did the right thing in running third.

He had the suck run behind the speed and battled on well. Gets a similar set up this time around and does have a solid enough record at the track, so 1×3 again looks the option.

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Penrith

Best bet: Race Eight Number 3 Sugar For My Honey
Both runs have come at Menangle so dropping a back bit in grade and depth, he should take a power of beating.

Was good in defeat at Menangle last time out when fourth to a smart one in Smaltese. Has the gate speed to find the front and from there, he can dominate proceedings.

Next-best: Race Four Number 2 Marika Springfield
Market watch for sure with this guy, given he is having his first run for Jack Trainor and we know the record has with these cast-offs.

They go from being average to metro class, so with the new camp, it’ll be interesting to see where he lands from the gate, but I’ll bank on the stable getting him right.

Value: Race One Number 1 Ed Mendes
Happy to back this three-year-old 1×3 at double figures. He ran here last Thursday and did a really good job from off the speed to finish second.

If he can use gate one to advantage, he likely lands leaders back and from there, he can be quite dangerous at a good price.

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