Harness racing selections: Tuesday, July 20

Two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my focus at Tabcorp Park Melton and Tabcorp Park Menangle. Down below is best bets for the respective programs. Tabcorp Park Melton Best Bet: Race One Number 9 Harryhoo I think now he has found winning form, he can go on with it. Go back last year, […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, July 20

Two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my focus at Tabcorp Park Melton and Tabcorp Park Menangle. Down below is best bets for the respective programs.

Tabcorp Park Melton
Best Bet: Race One Number 9 Harryhoo

I think now he has found winning form, he can go on with it. Go back last year, he was racing at Group l level. He’s been out of the winners list for a while but that all changed last time out with a strong win from a second line draw at Shepparton. Maps to get a good sit off the speed and class gets him home.

Next Best: Race Two Number 5 Awesome Ollie
He’s a little while between wins but I think he can get into the winners list here. Has been around the mark his past few, the latest seeing him run third at Mildura as a $1.50 favourite, so he is becoming costly from a punters perspective, but think with gate speed, he leads and is hard to get past.

Value: Race Five Number 1 Wotchawaitingfor
I reckon he is going much better than what his numerical form reads. He hasn’t been beaten far in recent times and hasn’t had the rub of the green when it comes to barriers.

That all changes here, because he has the pole draw, so if he can hold a forward spot, I think he’ll run a big race at odds.

Tabcorp Park Menangle
Best Bet: Race Four Number 6 Heston Zoolander

Fraught with danger making a first starter a good thing on the program but confident this guy can make a winning debut.

Jarrod Alchin trains with Cameron Hart to steer and he has looked sharp in recent trials at the track, running good time in winning. Has gate speed off the trials and should he lead, it’s race over I feel.

Next Best: Race Three Number 2 Our Ultimate Lizzy
Rickie Alchin has a smart filly on his hands here I feel. Had the A1 run in transit when debuting here last Tuesday but still had to take advantage of it and that she did, producing sharp change up speed in the straight to win and win well. Should find the front and prove hard to get past.

Value: Race Six Number 2 Old English
Reckon this guy is in with a shout at odds. Attempted to lead throughout at Penrith last time out and gave a really good kick, just feeling the pinch late and was nabbed near the peg. Should get a soft trip behind the speed and while he mainly races at Penrith, his two runs at this track have been solid.

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Harness racing selections: Saturday, July 17

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 10, Number 1, Cat King Cole She’s the best two-year-old filly in Queensland and should resume with a win. She took all before […]

Harness racing selections: Saturday, July 17

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 10, Number 1, Cat King Cole
She’s the best two-year-old filly in Queensland and should resume with a win. She took all before her last time in, headlined by a breathtaking win in the Gold Bullion at this track. The two trials leading in have been strong and even with bad luck, she’ll be too good for this lot as she heads towards Group 1 targets.

Next best: Race 4, Number 13, Pink Galahs
She will have to defy history in this race because no horse has won two heats and then the final. But she’s one of the best trotters in Australia and I’d say she’s the best trotting mare in Australasia. Her two heat wins have been outstanding, with her brilliant turn of foot coming to the fore. She just has to step away cleanly and she’ll quite clearly be the one to beat.

Value: Race 7, Number 7, Turn It Up
He’s drawn outside the front row in the feature race of the meeting, but he does have electric gate speed when asked to go from the mobile and being a Group 1, his only chance of winning is going forward. His recent efforts at this level have been sound and should he find the front, he’ll give cheek despite the fact he’ll have top-class horse flesh chasing him.

Menangle

Best bet: Race 6, Number 2, Ardens Ace
This quality three-year-old from NZ makes his Australian debut for the Binskin camp and I am confident it will be a winning debut. His latest run was May 21 in a listed race at Addington when the horse finished a game second. He has produced good gate speed when racing in NZ, so should lead and from there it will be a painless watch.

Next best: Race 5, Number 6, Ignatius
He can bounce back into the winners list. This horse was really plain two back in the JD Watts Memorial when a short-priced elect. He had a mini freshen-up and ran here last Saturday where he was very good from the back. This horse should press forward early and if he can land a decent spot, potentially 1/1, he has class and that will carry him a long way.

Value: Race 2, Number 2, Outrageous El
I can make a 1×3 speck at big odds for this guy. He ran here three weeks ago where he drew awkwardly and couldn’t come on in a plain effort. He hasn’t had much luck in recent times but that all changes here. He should do no work from the soft gate and he can sneak a place at a price.

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