Harness racing selections: Wednesday, March 31

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with Geelong and Bathurst getting my attention. Below are the best bets for the respective programs. Geelong Best bet: Race 5, Number 7, Soho Bollinger Class gets him home. This horse is a quality three-year-old colt that resumes for the Stanley camp after a strong […]

Harness racing selections: Wednesday, March 31

There are two meetings to look at on Wednesday night, with Geelong and Bathurst getting my attention.

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Geelong

Best bet: Race 5, Number 7, Soho Bollinger
Class gets him home. This horse is a quality three-year-old colt that resumes for the Stanley camp after a strong two-year-old season, where he took on the best of the best and was far from disgraced each time he stepped out in strong company. This horse resumes without a trial and has drawn poorly, but class gets him home.

Next best: Race 6, Number 4, Cant Top This
He should be winning. This horse is a talented animal for Emma Stewart that looked a near good thing when racing at Melton last time and looked to get a comfortable lead, but galloped and that ended his chances. Provided he does everything right, he should find the front and prove awfully hard to get past.

Value: Race 2, Number 10, Buslin Brody
It’ll be heart-in-your-mouth stuff from the standing start, but if he gets away cleanly, he only runs well in a race like this. This horse was good in defeat fresh at Kilmore when outside the speed. Then last time at Shepparton, he galloped and took no competitive part. If he brings his best manners, he can win this for sure.

Bathurst

Best bet: Race 1, Number 5, My Belle And Me
This mare should start the meeting on the right note. This horse ran last Wednesday here when showing good gate speed to land in an ideal spot near the speed and battled on really well in defeat. This race doesn’t look strong overall and with her gate speed, she finds the front and proves hard to run down.

Next best: Race 3, Number 9, Im Desirable
She’s a sharp filly who should prove very hard to beat back to this level. This horse found the class a bit rich two back at Menangle behind star filly Tough Tilly. This horse then went to Young and wasn’t suited to the tight track. This horse is better suited here, with a driver upgrade, and despite the second-row draw, is clearly the one to beat.

Value: Race 8, Number 1, Call Her Ari
I can back her each way. David Jack had good success with the Tiara Final on Saturday night, and he has this filly in the Bronze Consolation. Her two career outings to date have been just fair, but this race is much weaker compared to her last-start effort here and from the pole, she should get every chance.

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Harness racing selections: Tuesday, March 30

Two meetings to look at this Tuesday, with Tabcorp Park Menangle and Albion Park getting my focus. Down below is best bets for the respective programs. Tabcorp Park Menangle Best bet: Race One Number 3 Funky Monkey Quality trotting mare who should win again. Three-from-three since arriving from NZ. She wasn’t as brilliant last time […]

Harness racing selections: Tuesday, March 30

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

Tabcorp Park Menangle

Best bet: Race One Number 3 Funky Monkey
Quality trotting mare who should win again. Three-from-three since arriving from NZ. She wasn’t as brilliant last time compared to the previous two wins, but was still good enough to get the job done.

Has the gate speed to get across and lead this field up, and from there, should take plenty of running down.

Next best: Race Four Number 7 Rave On Hall
The manners can be off at times, but if he does everything right, he’s too good for this lot. Gave them a spanking at this track two back before an early gallop last start, which put pay to his chances.

His subsequent trial was very sharp and does show good speed from the mobile, so think he finds the front and will prove too good.

Value: Race Five Number 2 Shes All Star
Something very small each way on this former Western Australia mare, who is now with Leon Jurd and he is a very capable trainer when it comes to a tried horse.

On her recent form in WA, you couldn’t touch her, but is drawn the pole, should do no work in the run… could easily run a place at a big price.

Albion Park

Best bet: Race Two Number 3 Itz Major Rich
Pretty keen on his chances. He’s third up from a break and should just about be at peak fitness. Has had little luck in both runs back from a spell, the latest seeing him parked for the trip.

This field, as a whole, looks thin, and with gate speed, he finds the front and with race fitness, think he beats Frontliner.

Next best: Race Three Number 10 Orlando Jolt
Just needs to get away cleanly and he wins. Ran on Saturday night in a stronger race and gee, he had no luck in the run. Was bolting but just couldn’t get a clear crack at them.

This looks a very much suitable race and provided he gets away safely from the tape, he’ll be taking this out.

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Value: Race Four Number 1 Notorious
He’s a great each way gamble in a competitive race. Didn’t get the rub of the green from a second row draw last time out and should have finished much closer in a luckless effort.

He has gate one to use and if he can hold a forward spot, he’ll only run well against this lot.

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