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NZ bets of the week ring-around - April 24

03:34 AM 24 Apr 2014 NZST
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Prime Power.png One Over Da Moon
Prime Power - will start favourite in the Anzac Cup
One Over Da Moon - looks hard to roll in race eleven at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Mitchell Robertson photo
Last week was a disappointing one for the ring-around with just Blair Orange and Mark Jones producing the goods, however a form reversal is expected this weekend.
Here is what some of New Zealand's leading harness racing participants came up with for us this week.
Addington - Thursday
Josh Dickie: Was pleased with Speeding Spur in his South Island debut and expects him to be hard to roll in the feature two-year-old trot - race two.
Mark Jones:  Has opted for impressive trialist Fleeting Grin, who should take all sorts of stopping in race five on the card
Craig Thornely:  Expects Gotta Grunter, who is now on the beach with Mark Jones, to break maidens at short notice - race five
Stephen Richardson (T.A.B): Was impressed with the way Fifth Edition found the line last start. He looks well placed in race six on the card after dropping back from C2.
Matthew Williamson: Thinks Mokosun can make it three wins on end in race eight on the card.
Nigel McGrath:  Believes that Heza Mighty Monarch will take a power of beating if he is to do things right in race ten.
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Has opted for Iceobar on the back of an eyecatching fresh-up third - race eleven
Gavin Smith:  Thinks Waihemo Art is a strong chance in what looks an average maiden line-up - race twelve

Alexandra Park - Friday

Blair Orange: Expects a bold preformance from  Paramount Queen in the first race of the card.

Stephen McNally: Thinks K D Muscles, who has been racing well in age group company, looks the one in race three.
Scott Phelan: Rates Sweet Art  as a good each-way chance- race seven
Todd Mitchell: Was impresed with how Prime Power worked during the week and expects him to be very hard to beat in the Anzac Cup - race nine
David Butt: Expects One Over Da Moon to prove too good if he can jump to the lead early - race eleven
Simon Lawson: Has opted for classy two-year-old Beaudiene Boaz - race twelve
Gore - Saturday
Tim Williams:  Thinks Bettor Buy It  will prove hard to beat in the Southern Supremacy- race ten
Rangiora - Sunday
Terry Chmiel: Thinks Dynamic Party looks well placed in race two despite his tricky barrier draw.
Ken Barron: Believes Pacquiao can top off a string of good runs with a win in race five.

Jonny Cox:  Is bullish about the chances of Jaccka Justy, who was a game second behind Master Lavros last start - race seven

Ricky May:  Expects Terror To Love to finish his season in style in the Rangiora Classic - race eight

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