Harness racing selections: Wednesday, June 2

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with my attention being at Shepparton and Redcliffe. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Shepparton Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Im Loki He has done little wrong since coming over from WA and he can win again. It was a painless […]

Harness racing selections: Wednesday, June 2

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

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Shepparton

Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Im Loki
He has done little wrong since coming over from WA and he can win again. It was a painless watch if you were on him last week at Bendigo. He led throughout from gate two and was miles too good. This is a step up in class for him, but he should lead once again and prove hard to run down.

Next best: Race 4, Number 7, Easy Pickings
This horse is yet to really put a foot wrong since arriving from across the ditch and is in the right camp to keep progressing. It was an ordinary field he beat up last time out at Warragul but it was done with arrogance and dominance. This is harder, but I can only see him going upwards in trajectory.

Value: Race 5, Number 8, Tidal Surge
If the breaks go his way with the tricky barrier, he’ll run a very positive race at a likely decent price. He had the dream run at Echuca last time, getting the box seat sit, and once he got the gap, he sprinted and was too good. He does follow out a fast beginner, so hopefully can land leaders back.

Redcliffe

Best bet: Race 3, Number 1, Fire And Ice
I like him a lot here with the pole draw and a drop in class. Forget he went around at Albion Park last time. He just did far too much work to land on speed and by the time that happened, he was a beaten horse and tired. He has drawn the pole, and has the gate speed to lead and give a bold sight.

Next best: Race 8, Number 5, Elle Jay
Peter Greig doesn’t mind racing this guy. He had five runs in May, his latest effort coming here last week. He was near the speed from the good draw throughout and battled on pretty well to run third. It is a tricky draw this time around, but he only has to hold his form to go close.

Value: Race 9, Number 4, Rock With Zara
This is a bludger of a maiden so I’m happy to speck one at a price via this filly. This horse was dragged back from the wide gate last time out at Albion Park and failed to come on. This race is significantly weaker and with luck in running from the gate, she can run a much improved race at odds.

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Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 1

Two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with Tabcorp Park Menangle and Albion Park getting my focus. The best bets for the respective programs are down below. Tabcorp Park Menangle Best bet: Race 4 Number 3 Ball Park I’m confident he can make it 2/2 for the new camp. the first run for Munday saw […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, June 1

Two meetings to look at on Tuesday, with Tabcorp Park Menangle and Albion Park getting my focus. The best bets for the respective programs are down below.

Tabcorp Park Menangle
Best bet: Race 4 Number 3 Ball Park
I’m confident he can make it 2/2 for the new camp. the first run for Munday saw him get the dream sit behind the speed here last Tuesday and once he got clear air in the straight, away he went and he was dominant. He has gate speed so think he finds the front and should prove too good.

Next-best: Race 1 Number 2 Florencita
If she puts it all together, she can take this out. She was quite good on debut, but in two subsequent runs, she has galloped and brought her worst behaviour. She has shown enough to suggest she can hold the front and if she does everything right, she can win.

Value: Race 5 Number 1 Vinny Chase
He’s worth a speck each way at the odds. He has had no luck with barriers in recent runs but that all changes here given he draws gate one. He was excellent from a bad spot last time out. He has the draw to use gate speed so with that, he’ll only run well here.

Albion Park
Best bet: Race Five Number 2 General Montana
A former Kiwi who should make a winning account down under at start two for the Graham camp. His Australian debut came here just under two weeks ago and he did a pretty good job in defeat from a sticky draw, far from disgraced in defeat. He draws much better this time around and should come on from the resumption.

Next-best: Race 6 Number 1 Feels Lika Boss
I like him a lot here. HE ran here on Friday night when leading throughout and he was strong to the line in getting the job done. It’s interesting that he backs up so soon, but he comes up with a perfect draw here to use gate speed and overall, the depth here isn’t overly strong to my eye.

Value: Race 8 Number 1 Intransit
We were on this guy when he won back in January at a decent price, getting the suck run behind the speed and for the first time since that win, he comes up with a soft run draw from the pole. He has enough gate speed to hold up and then get the box seat run. If that indeed does eventuate, he’ll run a big race at odds.

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