Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 15

There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my attention at Menangle and Albion Park. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Menangle Best bet: Race 4, Number 9, Sobomba His best will see him take this out. Forgive his last-start effort. He was trucking into the race as a key […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 15

There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my attention at Menangle and Albion Park.

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Menangle

Best bet: Race 4, Number 9, Sobomba
His best will see him take this out. Forgive his last-start effort. He was trucking into the race as a key winning threat but made a mistake and lost all chance. He has since trialled at Penrith and his piece of work there was sound. If he brings his best manners, he wins.

Next best: Race 2, Number 7, Itzfergietime
This looks like a race in two between this girl and Major Creation. Itzfergietime has the good grounding with four career outings and she has shown already that she can do work in the run and still be effective late. Does she lead and cross Major Creation? Perhaps, but likely has to do work in the run. Even allowing for that, she’ll take beating.

Value: Race 6, Number 3, Our Action Man
This is a small each-way ticket at odds. Rickie Alchin trains this three-year-old, who ran in some decent races when last in work and for the most part was far from disgraced. Trials leading in have been solid and with gate speed, this horse can press forward before getting cover, doing no work and being a sneaky chance at a price.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 2, Number 2, Zacharooni
Rickie Alchin rarely gets it wrong when he brings them to Queensland so I am confident that this colt can return a winner. This horse debuted at Penrith back in February. He showed gate speed early but broke and lost all hope. This horse spelled and trialled very well to get ready and should have the speed to lead and prove hard to get past.

Next best: Race 4, Number 2, Uncle Shank
This horse has a bit of class and quality about him and I am confident he can make a winning return in what looks like a race lacking serious overall depth. He did a really sharp job as a juvenile when last in work. I am keen to see how he goes as a three-year-old. He has trialled up nicely in readiness.

Value: Race 6, Number 1, Glenledi Commander
This is a tricky race so I am happy to have a throw at the stumps via this four-year-old. He hasn’t exactly set the world on fire in his career to date but to be fair, that can be said about most of these. He gets a good gate to use, potentially land leaders back and he will be dangerous at a decent price.

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Harness racing selections: Saturday, June 12

There are two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with Melton and Albion Park getting my focus. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Melton Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Cool Water Paddy It is great to see this Tassie star finally in Victoria. This high quality five-year-old has put together […]

Harness racing selections: Saturday, June 12

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Melton

Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Cool Water Paddy
It is great to see this Tassie star finally in Victoria. This high quality five-year-old has put together an outstanding record in the Apple Isle, winning 14 of 24. This horse has drawn the pole. He’ll likely get crossed early, but with Chris Alford steering, he’ll make sure this horse is in front and from there, it should be a painless watch.

Next best: Race 5, Number 8, Crime Writer
I’m keen on this five-year-old to get into the winners list. It just looks like such a perfect map for him. Santa Casa Beach and Ozzie Battler are brilliant from the mobile so they will clap the speed on, and I can just see Crime Writer getting the suck run, with hopefully Santa Casa Beach holding the lead. I can only see Crime Writer running well.

Value: Race 2, Number 8, Larajay Macray
This mare is definitely worth an each-way ticket. This Jess Tubbs-trained mare should land in a perfect spot, ideally behind likely leader Soho Broadway, who she follows out from the second row. She has struggled at metro level previously, but has a soft draw and 1×3 is worth a play.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 4, Number 3, Uncle Jord
Making something a best against a Miracle Mile winner is crazy on paper, but if Spankem is going to get beaten, it is early on in the prep and that is here. Uncle Jord faces his toughest test to date, but he has been a different or better horse since coming to Queensland, and he possesses gate speed, so he’ll lead Spankem and each way, provided there are eight starters, he’s the gamble of the night.

Next best: Race 11, Number 4, Awaywego
The get-out looks a race in two. The up-and-comer and the one with the better barrier can win. It was a strong debut win from this guy, who did it quite comfortably near the peg. McMullen will be aggressive and find the front, lead Dangerzone and look to out tough him.

Value: Race 1, Number 1, Courageous Saint
This guy can run a much improved race at odds. His recent efforts have been just fair, but he hasn’t really had luck when it comes to the barriers. That all changes here with the pole, so he can hold a forward spot from there and perhaps via the sprint lane can finish hard late.

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