Harness racing selections: Friday, June 11

Two meetings to look at on Friday, with my attention being at Mildura and Albion Park. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Mildura Best bet: Race Two Number 4 On My Oath Kate Hargreaves has another handy former WA pacer here that can build up a real picket fence in the […]

Harness racing selections: Friday, June 11

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

Mildura

Best bet: Race Two Number 4 On My Oath
Kate Hargreaves has another handy former WA pacer here that can build up a real picket fence in the form guide.

First up run for the camp came in a lowly race at Ararat where he led from the pole, got control and was a mile too good. Won’t get it as easy this time around, but still should be winning.

Next-best: Race Four Number 1 Mista Pumblechook
Has done little wrong this time in and she can continue that here. Was $101 when winning fresh, surprising many. Started $2.80 here last Friday and battled on pretty well after copping heat in the run. Looks to lead comfortably and prove hard to get past.

Value: Race Six Number 1 Blue Beach Angel
Happy to speck this mare each way at a price. I’d be quite forgiving of her past couple of runs here, each time seeing her sit wide no cover for the last part of the race and she has rightfully tired out of the finish.

Has a soft draw to use this time around and can run a much improved race at odds.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race Five Number 1 The Raconteur

Short but sweet here. Team Morris-trained three-year-old that has been excellent in two runs this prep, both coming here. Brave in defeat fresh after doing a power of work on speed, then led throughout and was dominant in winning. Should lead these and prove too good.

Next-best: Race One Number 1 Geldof
He hasn’t exactly set the world on fire in two runs for the new stable, but this race looks a lovely set up for him with the pole draw.

Forget he went around last time. Just did too much work in the run and was a tired horse. Should get a lovely run from the gate and a bounce back is on the cards.

Value: Race Three Number 1 Nesters Hill
Traditionally does his best racing away from Albion Park, but hard to knock the way he is going at the moment.

He was an eye-catcher last time out at Redcliffe after getting a fair way back in the run. If he can hold up from the inside gate, he’s in with a shout at a price.

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Harness racing selections: Thursday, June 10

Two meetings to look at on Thursday night, with Kilmore and Penrith getting my focus. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Kilmore Best bet: Race Two Number 1 Trent From Punchy This looks a really good bet hey… put in take out job hey. The horse looks to have more brains […]

Harness racing selections: Thursday, June 10

Two meetings to look at on Thursday night, with Kilmore and Penrith getting my focus. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs.

Kilmore

Best bet: Race Two Number 1 Trent From Punchy
This looks a really good bet hey… put in take out job hey. The horse looks to have more brains than his namesake.

Been out of the winners list for a little while but for the most part, he has contested races far stronger than what he faces here, and drawn the pole, he should have little trouble leading and proving hard to run down.

Next-best: Race One Number 1 Aimforthestarzzz
Confident this can be an all the way win in the opener. There was plenty of merit in his last start effort at Cranbourne after showing good gate speed from a wide draw, he had to sit outside the leader for the majority of the race and fought on well to finish third.

Should lead comfortably from the pole and will take some beating.

Value: Race Ten Number 3 Skyrita
Can make a little case for this mare at odds. Yet to trouble the scoreboard in six career outings, but with time and experience, she is getting better with each outing, and was good late from off the speed at Ballarat last start.

She’ll likely ease back for cover and be strong at the end.

Penrith

Best bet: Race One Number 4 Beaudine Western
Should be a pretty painless watch.

Former WA pacer that has his first run in NSW for Paul Fitzpatrick. His form, mainly at Gloucester Park, was just fair, but now in Sydney, gee, his trials have been impressive. He’ll likely be short, but should be far too good and is a decent multi anchor for the night.

Next-best: Race Three Number 8 Hammertime Harley
Confident that this mare can get the job done in what does look a two-horse race between it and Skippys Delight.

That horse was plain at Armidale last time out and will likely be the odds on pop, whereas this girl should be around the $4 mark.

Led and was awful late at Goulburn given the run she had, but she’s better than that, and will be out of trouble from the outset.

Value: Race Four Number 8 Lani Kai Beach
He’ll need luck from the draw, but if he does get the rub of the green, he’s in with a shout.

Just went too keen in the run at Bankstown last time out so forget he went around there. Had run well at Menangle prior to that and even if buried on the pegs, he’ll do no work and be strong late.

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