Harness racing selections: Saturday, July 10

There are two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with my focus at Albion Park and Menangle. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best bet: Race 7, Number 1, Krug It won’t be easy for a three-year-old to beat the older horses at Group 1 level, but this Kiwi […]

Harness racing selections: Saturday, July 10

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 7, Number 1, Krug
It won’t be easy for a three-year-old to beat the older horses at Group 1 level, but this Kiwi is an excitement machine and does get Blair Orange to steer, who is the best driver in NZ. It will be fascinating to see what he does from the pole, but he’ll lead and it’ll take a star effort to get past him.

Next best: Race 4, Number 1, Our Princess Tiffany
I’ll bank on her class getting her home despite being first up. This horse is a star mare for the Braun camp that resumes and she is an absolute bomb when produced fresh. She is even more of a bomb when she leads, and drawn the pole, that will be the case, so I’m confident she can resume a winner.

Value: Race 5, Number 8, Fond Memories
The Dixon camp has this mare absolutely flying and despite a class and depth rise, she is worth a 1×3 speck at odds. She should get a soft run, whether it be leaders back or three back at worst. This horse was an impressive winner here last Friday, which followed a good effort at listed level at Redcliffe. She’s in with a shout if things fall into place.

Menangle

Best bet: Race 5, Number 8, Tough Monarch
He is one of the best trotters in Australia, so he should be beating this field up. This horse resumed here last Saturday when a short-priced elect. This horse showed gate speed from seven to lead and once he found the front, it was race over. This horse should find the front again and with upside, he just wins.

Next best: Race 6, Number 3, Island Fire Dance
This horse is a quality filly who should make it two from two this time in. The first-up win came here last Saturday when she led from Gate 7 and didn’t give her rivals a look in, clocking a 1.52.3 mile rate with something in hand. This horse should lead these comfortably and it should be a painless watch.

Value: Race 2, Number 1, He Bettor Step Aside
If he can hold a forward spot from the pole, he could be dangerous at a price. This horse did win at this track five starts ago and since, he has raced pretty well without winning. This horse hasn’t really been helped by gates in recent runs but that all changes here, so you can back him each way.

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Harness racing selections: Friday, July 9

Two meetings to look at on Friday, with Mildura and Tabcorp Park Melton getting my attention. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Mildura Best bet: Race Six Number 5 Lennox Bromac The stable is having a fab run with former Kiwis, especially when racing at Mildura, and I am confident that […]

Harness racing selections: Friday, July 9

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

Mildura

Best bet: Race Six Number 5 Lennox Bromac
The stable is having a fab run with former Kiwis, especially when racing at Mildura, and I am confident that will continue here.

His Australian debut came here last Friday, albeit in a race weaker than this, but gee, he was dominant and impressive. Provided he handles the rise in depth and class, he’ll win again.

Next-best: Race One Number 1 Beau Steele
Market will be fascinating here but I’ll bank on this guy producing his best. I’m going to be forgiving of his run on Wednesday night at Shepparton.

Admittedly, to the eye, he had every chance in front, but he did get quite keen in the run and that may have told late. Prior form suggested a win was near, and overall, this is a massive drop in depth.

Value: Race Seven Number 1 Without Hesitation
This mare hasn’t had much luck with barriers in recent runs but that all changes here with a pole draw, so will be interesting to see where she lands in the run.

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Recent efforts have been more than sound so if she can hold a forward spot and get luck at the right stages, she’ll take beating at odds.

Tabcorp Park Melton

Best bet: Race Four Number 1 Our Little Jet
Short but sweet it should be. Just forget she went around last time at Stawell.

Did far too much work outside the speed and was a tired horse, finishing a plain third, but with excuses. Should lead comfortably from the pole with Chris Alford to steer and is the one to beat.

Next-best: Race Six Number 1 Our Classie Reactor
Confident he can bounce back into the winners list.

The former Kiwi that has had three runs in Australia, winning the first two in good style. Short odds when racing here last time out but was forced to sit parked and that hard run just told at the end. Should hold the lead and prove hard to run down.

Value: Race Seven Number 11 Namoscar
If this girl gets the right drag into the race, gee she’ll be dangerous at odds. Manners weren’t 100 per cent when she raced here last Friday night so want to be forgiving of the run.

Potentially gets the back of the hot pot favourite so if that goes three wide at the bell and this guy follows up, he has the change up speed to win.

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