Harness racing selections: Wednesday, 30 June

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my attention being at Redcliffe and Shepparton. Down below are the best bets for the respective programs. Redcliffe Best bet – Race 4, No. 1: Rainbow Jet This three-year-old is bursting to win a race, and he gets his chance this time around. He […]

Harness racing selections: Wednesday, 30 June

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my attention being at Redcliffe and Shepparton.

Down below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Redcliffe

Best bet – Race 4, No. 1: Rainbow Jet
This three-year-old is bursting to win a race, and he gets his chance this time around. He hasn’t exactly been helped by bad barriers to use gate speed, but that all changes this time around. He has gate speed so should be able to hold a forward spot from the outset, and the depth isn’t strong.

Next best bet – Race 1, No. 1: Beef City Blaze
The Greig team has him flying, and there’s no reason he can’t make it three on the bounce. The last two have come at this track and distance, each time seeing him get a suck run behind the speed and finishing best. He should land in a similar spot this time around and prove hard to hold out.

Value bet – Race 5, No. 7: Aroona
This horse is worth a 1×3 speck at odds. He was an impressive winner at the track three starts ago, and in his two subsequent runs he has been far from disgraced, the latest being a fifth to talented juvenile Misty Creek. If he can hold the leaders back, he’ll be in with a shout at a price.

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Shepparton

Best bet – Race 5, No. 2: Platinum Stride
I’m confident he can get back onto the winners list. Butt/Smith team-trained gelding that was just fair when racing here last time out in a listed race, but the depth there was much, much stronger than what he faces this time around. Drawn well, he’ll press forward and with class get home.

Next best bet – Race 2, No. 2: Ultimate Me
On recent numerical form he has no chance, but he has had genuine excuses, whether it be bad manners or flat tyres. The depth here this time around is looking very much on the thin side, and if he does everything right, he has the draw to find the front – and he does get Chris Alford to drive.

Value bet – Race 7, N0. 10: Mascott
He’s a former Tassie trotter that has had two runs for the new camp. He hasn’t exactly set the world on fire each time he has stepped out, but I will say both runs have seen him not on his best behaviour, so there have been excuses. He should get decent cover and a drag into the race from the draw, and at odds I can back him each way.

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Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 29

There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with my focus at Albion Park and Menangle. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Albion Park Best bet: Race 3, Number 1, Misty Creek This guy did the right thing for us last Thursday against the older horses and now back to his […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 29

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race 3, Number 1, Misty Creek
This guy did the right thing for us last Thursday against the older horses and now back to his own age, I’m keen on him. That win against the older horses came at Redcliffe where he led throughout and was quite dominant in the way he drew clear. He should have little trouble leading and proving hard to get past.

Next best: Race 8, Number 5, Carlos Bromac
I’ll bank on this former Kiwi getting it right under the care of the McCarthy camp. This guy built up a solid record back in NZ with okay form around him. A recent trial was more than a pass mark and the stable rarely get it wrong when it comes to having one in the camp from across the ditch.

Value: Race 10, Number 1, Another Statement
He’s worth an each-way ticket in the get out. This horse is a Shannon Price-trained four-year-old that should be forgiven for his last-start down-the-track effort. He got a mile out of his ground from a wide second-row draw and just couldn’t figure in the finish. Now he has drawn the pole, he should get run-of-the-race stuff.

Menangle

Best bet: Race 2, Number 4, Aldebaran Revani
He’s the most fascinating runner on the program but is potentially the best runner on the program. He is a former US trotter that makes his Australian debut for the McCarthy camp. The trotting ranks in the US are very strong so when they head abroad, they should be respected and followed with confidence. He has trialled up sharply in readiness, and with gate speed, finds the lead and wins.

Next best: Race 3, Number 3, Ad Maiora
This horse looks beautifully placed. This horse is a Team Morris-trained three-year-old that was game in defeat here from off the speed last Tuesday when second. The depth here is nowhere near as strong. He should find the front and prove very hard to get past with Robert Morris to steer.

Value: Race 4, Number 1, Pocket More For Less
Numerically, his form doesn’t scream a coming winner, but he’s going well and is a definite winning chance. He did a really good job from near last in the run when racing here last time out. He has drawn the pole this time around, can settle much closer in the run and be dangerous at odds.

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