Harness racing selections: Monday, September 20

Two meetings to look at on Monday, with my attention at Maryborough and Goulburn. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Maryborough Best bet: Race 8, Number 9, Blitzern Talented colt for the McDonagh camp that I’m confident can make it three on the bounce. He has done it the hard way […]

Harness racing selections: Monday, September 20

Two meetings to look at on Monday, with my attention at Maryborough and Goulburn. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs.

Maryborough

Best bet: Race 8, Number 9, Blitzern
Talented colt for the McDonagh camp that I’m confident can make it three on the bounce. He has done it the hard way outside the speed in those wins and each time he has found plenty under pressure and has been too good. Whatever the scenario here, he’s clearly the one to beat.

Next-best: Race 2, Number 1, Aldebaran Lovisa
She’s racing well and looks ideally placed to break the maiden tag. Just did a bit too much work from a wide gate to find the front last time out at Bendigo and battled on pretty well when fourth. Drawn the pole, she’ll have little trouble holding the front and proving hard to get past.

Value: Race 5, Number 8, Ferocious Son
Ten years of age, but maintains a healthy zest for racing. Drawn inside the second row, so will need luck to get clear, but to counter that, he’ll do no work on the pegs. Not sure he was suited at Wedderburn last Sunday so on the bigger track, want to give him another chance and is worth an each way ticket.

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Goulburn

Best bet: Race 1, Number 5, Araignee Flair
The good thing on the program and an ideal multi booster. Goulburn can be a funny track for trotters where mistakes can be made quite easily, but if this mare does trot all the way, she’s miles too good for what looks an average bunch. Two back, won at Menangle and was a strong winner here last time. Should be winning.

Next-best: Race 5, Number 8, He’s Dusty
The draw is tricky, but he does have quite good gate speed and if the button is pushed, I think he can find the front, lead, and prove very hard to get past. Good form around him overall and he did look strong in a trial win here just over two weeks ago, so I think he’s ready to go.

Value: Race 6, Number 1, Arma Naughty
Ignatius is a proven Group 1 performer, so you’d be stunned if he got beat; but I think there is a place bet at odds in the shape of this mare, who has had no luck with gates in recent times, but that all changes here with a pole draw. She can use gate speed to hold out early, then sit behind Ignatius and cling on for second.

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Harness racing selections: Saturday, September 18

There are two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with Albion Park and Menangle getting my focus. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best bet: Race 4, Number 1, Turn It Up This just looks like a straightforward good thing to my eye. This horse has been kept on […]

Harness racing selections: Saturday, September 18

There are two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with Albion Park and Menangle getting my focus.

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 4, Number 1, Turn It Up
This just looks like a straightforward good thing to my eye. This horse has been kept on ice, having not raced since the Blacks A Fake at Group 1 level when running last. The depth here is clearly not as strong. He looks like the lone horse with early speed. This horse should find the front and prove much too good.

Next best: Race 9, Number 1, Doug
This horse is heart-in-your-mouth stuff at the start given it’s a standing start, but if he gets away cleanly, he should find the front, have control on speed and prove tough to get past. Forget last start given he made an early mistake and lost all hope. If he gets away cleanly, he’ll prove hard to beat.

Value: Race 1, Number 1, Double Or Nothing
Deus Ex looks hard to beat, but is short enough, so this guy each way at around double figures is a more than acceptable bet in the opener. This horse had the suck run behind the speed here last Saturday and battled on strongly when second to Bitcoin. This horse lands in the same spot again from the gate and is a threat for sure.

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Menangle

Best bet: Race 5, Number 9, Aldebaran Revani
This horse is a very exciting trotting mare for the McCarthy camp that is potentially one of the star trotters in Australia. There is no place to hide here given there is good depth engaged but she is a rising star. She’s winning by big spaces, running sharp time and doing it with a bit in reserve. I am confident she’ll make a big statement here.

Next best: Race 6, Number 10, Alta Orlando
He has found winning form after a stint in Queensland. The query will be whether he can translate it back home at Menangle. He’s drawn wide, but has blistering gate speed and if the button is pushed, he’ll lead. If he does lead and not spend all his petrol tickets, he’ll take a power of beating.

Value: Race 8, Number 3, Our Madiba
I am happy to speck him at odds. He does have good gate speed so he’ll lead early, then likely get a sit and grab leaders back. That is the spot he had last time out here and didn’t exactly finish it off. He’s drawn to get the economical sit in transit and is worth an each-way ticket.

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