Harness racing selections: Tuesday, September 14

There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with Albion Park and Menangle getting my focus.  Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best bet: Race 1, Number 6, Dreamee This horse has done little wrong since coming to Queensland from Victoria and I’m confident he’ll make it three on […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, September 14

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 1, Number 6, Dreamee
This horse has done little wrong since coming to Queensland from Victoria and I’m confident he’ll make it three on the bounce. This horse had a dominant win here last Tuesday from a 20-metre handicap. It is an identical set-up this time around, so all things being equal, he should be winning.

Next best: Race 3, Number 5, Uncle Shank
It is not an ideal gate, but he does have a clear class edge on his rivals. Forgive his last start effort behind Captain Crusader after doing too much work on speed. This horse is much better suited here and if he can slot in from the sticky draw, he’ll be much too good for this lot.

Value: Race 4, Number 8, Bondi Shake
He is going better than what his recent form would suggest. This horse had a little luck two back at Redcliffe, then raced here last time out when contacting another sulky, losing momentum and should have finished closer. If he can land leaders back here, he’ll be quite dangerous at odds.

Menangle

Best bet: Race 2, Number 6, My Ultimate Cobber
This horse is a smart youngster for the Rickie Alchin camp that should make it two from two this time in. This horse led throughout to win fresh at Penrith and ran a fast mile rate for a juvenile at that tight track. This horse has good gate speed so should be able to find the front and from there, he can dominate proceedings.

Next best: Race 4, Number 10, Madrid
It is not often you see a juvenile run 26.3 for their last quarter but that is what this girl did last start and she was impressive. This horse won by 29 metres but it could have been further. This horse is a potential star and despite drawing wide, she has the gate speed to lead and take a power of beating.

Value: Race 6, Number 2, The Longest Day
He’s worth a speck at a price. I’ve been on his back a couple of times in recent runs, and he has let me down. The saving grace is the draw, where he should do no work on the pegs. I am not sure he wins, but in terms of a 1×3 bet, he’s certainly worthy of that kind of bet.

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Harness racing selections: Monday, September 13

There are two meetings to look at on Monday, with my attention being at Maryborough and Newcastle. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Maryborough Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Miss Maia I am pretty confident she can start the meeting on the right note. This horse is on the quick back-up […]

Harness racing selections: Monday, September 13

There are two meetings to look at on Monday, with my attention being at Maryborough and Newcastle.

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Maryborough

Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Miss Maia
I am pretty confident she can start the meeting on the right note. This horse is on the quick back-up after racing at Melton on Tuesday, where she led and tired late to finish down the track. But the depth there was far stronger than what she faces here, so she should find the lead and prove hard to get past.

Next best: Race 4, Number 8, Sunny Petite
This horse will need luck from the draw, but should she get it, she wins. This horse is a former Kiwi who has had two runs down under, the latest in the Melton race mentioned above when a dominant winner in good time. This horse has drawn inside the second row, but if she gets luck, she’ll be too good.

Value: Race 8, Number 8, Carload
I am happy to speck this guy 1×3 at a big price. This horse has drawn inside the second row, so likely gets back on the pegs, three back, four back at worst. He hasn’t had much luck with gates in recent times, but drawn here, he should do no work and if he gets luck in the run, he could be dangerous.

Newcastle

Best bet: Race 1, Number 5, Patersons Pride
He let punters down badly on Friday but if you butter up, I am pretty confident you’ll be rewarded. He just did far too much work early on Friday night and even though he eventually landed leaders back, the early burn just told late. If he finds the lead cheaply, put the glasses down.

Next best: Race 2, Number 3, Tuakana
He hasn’t set the world on fire in two runs since arriving from Queensland, but he gets a good draw to use, has gate speed and drops miles in grade and depth. If you go off his Queensland form, he has a bit on these and should prove much too good despite poor recent form.

Value: Race 7, Number 9, Im Quick As Fire
I am happy to speck him 1×3 at odds given the map. This horse was a beaten favourite when racing here a couple of weeks ago but he did break in the run, did work and tired late. This horse has been drawn to do no work from the draw and if he can get luck in the run, he’s a definite winning chance at likely good odds.

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