Harness racing selections: Thursday, June 17

Two meetings to look at on Thursday, with Penrith and Redcliffe getting my attention. Down below are your best bets for the respective programs. Penrith Best bet: Race One Number 1 I’m Freyja Former WA pacer that is having start one for Jack Trainor. She can make a winning account for the new camp. Her […]

Harness racing selections: Thursday, June 17

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

Penrith

Best bet: Race One Number 1 I’m Freyja
Former WA pacer that is having start one for Jack Trainor. She can make a winning account for the new camp.

Her recent form over there was average, but we so often see that these WA pacers grow a leg with a change of scenery, so I’m confident that Trainor can spark good improvement from this girl.

Next-best: Race Two Number 9 Enemy Lines
This guy is flying and I think he can continue his winning ways.

Few weeks between runs since recording a sharp win at this track when sitting off the speed and unleashing a powerful finale to win and win well. Has another trailing draw again but hard to knock the way he’s going at the moment.

Value: Race Five Number 1 Pocket More For Less
Can make a little case for this gelding at a price.

Recent runs have been okay, without setting the world on fire, but he does find quite a thin race. Far from disgraced at Canberra last time out and does race well here. Should land in a good spot from the pole and 1×3 at odds, he’s a play for sure.

Redcliffe

Best bet: Race Nine Number 1 Ark Me
Just looks such a perfect map for this mare.

I’d forgive her last start effort at Albion Park. Just got into a tricky spot from the gate and couldn’t figure in the finish. Drawn the pole, she should land box seat and get her chance to blouse them late via the sprint lane. Really keen on her chances.

Next-best: Race Two Number 1 Gotta Beauty
Looks a race in two but confident this filly gets the job done at start two.

Debuted here last Thursday when having a second row draw. Sat off the speed and worked home strongly late to run second.

Much better gate this time around, should hold a forward spot and prove hard to beat.

Value: Race Seven Number 7 My Ultimate Clippa
He is worth a shout here at a price.

Was just too bad to be true last time out at Albion Park. He dropped out too quickly and was very plain late.

Prior form was sound and with a good trailing draw here, he’ll do no work. If he gets luck in the run, he’ll be dangerous at a price.

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Harness racing selections: Wednesday, 16 June

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my focus on Bathurst and Redcliffe. Bathurst Best bet – Race 2, No. 2: Single Shot I’m pretty keen on this three-year-old to bounce back. Be forgiving of his run here last Wednesday. He just had far too much to do from where he […]

Harness racing selections: Wednesday, 16 June

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my focus on Bathurst and Redcliffe.

Bathurst

Best bet – Race 2, No. 2: Single Shot
I’m pretty keen on this three-year-old to bounce back. Be forgiving of his run here last Wednesday. He just had far too much to do from where he was in the run. He gets a significant driver upgrade with Amanda Turnbull taking the steer. I think this gelding will lead and prove hard to run down.

Next best bet – Race 7, No. 3: The Rainbow Beach
His class should see him win here. He ran on Saturday night in the Tatlow at Menangle, and despite being a $101 chance, I thought he was far from disgraced in defeat. He has the gate speed to find the front and should he lead and get control, then it’ll be race over. He’ll prove too good.

Value bet – Race 4, No. 1: Pat McGarry
I think he’s worth an each-way ticket. He hasn’t raced since 5 May, when finishing off strongly from off the speed at Bathurst. His recent runs haven’t seen him draw well, but that all changes here. If he can hold a forward spot, I think he’ll take a beating at hopefully a decent price.

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Redcliffe

Best bet – Race 4, No. 1: Which Hunt
Getting back to Redcliffe and a step back a bit in depth should see a return to the winners list for Which Hunt. Her last few runs at Albion Park have been in much stronger races than this, and for the most part she has been far from disgraced. I think she will hold the lead from the pole and from there can dominate proceedings.

Next best bet – Race 1, No. 1: Fire And Ice
This will be a very winnable race if he produces anything near his best. It’s been a little while since he has done that, but he does have Barrier 1, and with good gate speed he should hold the lead, which is certainly no disadvantage at Redcliffe. I’m banking on him getting a good set-up in front and proving hard to get past.

Value bet – Race 3, No. 1: Heavens Hint
Something very small each way. She was too bad to be true when resuming here, tiring late and finishing tailed off, with clearly something amiss. She was ordered to trial, and the trial wasn’t too bad, with her running fourth. She has a good trailing draw to use and at big odds, so she could sneak a place.

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