Harness Racing Selections: Thursday, September 2

Two meetings to look at on Thursday, Redcliffe and Charlton my focus. Here are the best bets for the respective programs. Redcliffe Best Bet: Race 1, Number 2, Slide To Unlock: She’s had a few chances to break the maiden, but this might well be her day because the depth is very much on the […]

Harness Racing Selections: Thursday, September 2

Two meetings to look at on Thursday, Redcliffe and Charlton my focus. Here are the best bets for the respective programs.

Redcliffe

Best Bet: Race 1, Number 2, Slide To Unlock:

She’s had a few chances to break the maiden, but this might well be her day because the depth is very much on the thin side. Grant Dixon trained filly that has been racing well this time in. Only problem being she hasn’t won. But given the set up and the lead being there for her, she should get win one on the board.

Next Best: Race 3, Number 2, Digyourheelsin:

Should make it 2/2 for the new camp. Formerly with the Hutchinson team, she’s now with Colin Godden where the first run came here on Monday night, making an absolute mess of them from a second-row draw. Drawn much better this time around, think she only has to hold her form to be winning again.

Value: Race 5, Number 1, Rousey:

Reckon this mare can run a cheeky race at a price. Has had three runs back from a spell and for the most part hasn’t been too bad, and with excuses, doing work on speed on a couple of occasions. Drawn the pole, she’ll do no work in the run and prove hard to beat at odds.

Chartlon

Best Bet: Race 2, Number 9, The Kingsman:

If he does everything right, he wins. Former Kiwi that was short odds when making his Australian debut at Terang where he galloped and lost all hope, letting his army of supporters down. This race is very much on the thin side so he just has to bring good manners to be winning IMO.

Next Best: Race 1, Number 1, Hadtobeharry:

Lightly raced trotter that is still learning his craft but no doubting he has a good engine. Debuted with an eye catching fourth at Ballarat before going to Maryborough when forced to sit parked before galloping under pressure. If he does everything right, he’ll take a power of beating here.

Value: Race 6, Number 1, Vapar Rocks:

Think he gets his perfect set up of trailing the speed, the set up which saw him win three back at Ballarat. His manners haven’t been 100% his past couple so there has been excuses for those flops. Should get a trail behind the leader and via the sprint lane, he can be quite dangerous.

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Harness racing selections: Wednesday, September 1

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my attention at Bathurst and Bendigo. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Bathurst Best bet: Race 3, Number 5, Perfect Cut It should be a pretty painless watch for this two-year-old and it is a multi anchor. This horse is a […]

Harness racing selections: Wednesday, September 1

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Bathurst

Best bet: Race 3, Number 5, Perfect Cut
It should be a pretty painless watch for this two-year-old and it is a multi anchor. This horse is a former Kiwi who has had two runs in Australia. This horse was far from disgraced in start one at Menangle, then raced here two weeks ago and made a mess of them. This horse should find the front, have control and be far too good.

Next best: Race 4, Number 10, Lyrical Genius
This horse is a smart juvenile for Amanda Turnbull that let us down last Wednesday, but I want to give him another chance. He was first up and just didn’t look switched on. By the time he was headed, he surged again to run second. Perhaps with cover and a drag into the race, he’ll be more effective.

Value: Race 5, Number 1, Myra Dawn
He’s in with a big shout here at odds. It looks like an even race on paper and it could well come down to run-of-the-race stuff, which this guy will get from the pole, likely behind the leader. This horse had that run here last week and just missed so each way, he’s worth a gamble.

Bendigo

Best bet: Race 5, Number 5, Captain Pins
He might have to sit parked in order to win, but he’s pretty good. Unbeaten in two Australian runs, this former Kiwi was outstanding at Maryborough last start when on speed, copping pressure, but still managed to rattle off a sub 56 final half. He’s well above average and though he likely has to work again to win, he showed last start he can do that and still win.

Next best: Race 1, Number 1, Ideal Pace
Masquerading has the runs on the board and likely goes around a short-priced favourite, but this colt can beat him. This horse debuted at Cobram in a hot race and ran very well when second to Hes Charlies Angel, who is well above average, so I am respecting that form, and if he lands leaders back, ideally behind Masquerading, he can beat him via the sprint lane.

Value: Race 6, Number 1, Out Pontiac
This horse is likely to go around at big odds here given he hasn’t won in a little while and has been beaten comfortably in recent runs, but he has a good draw to do no work with the pole. There looks to be a bit of speed on the front line, but if he can hold a forward spot, he’s in with a shout at a price.

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