Rangiora - Sunday
Gore - Saturday
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink):
Stephen Richardson (T.A.B):
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
: 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
Expects Gotta Grunter
, who is now on the beach with Mark Jones, to break maidens at short notice - race five
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.
Believes that Heza Mighty Monarch
will take a power of beating if he is to do things right in race ten.
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.
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
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
Expects One Over Da Moon
to prove too good if he can jump to the lead early - race eleven
Has opted for classy two-year-old Beaudiene Boaz
- race twelve
Thinks Bettor Buy It
will prove hard to beat in the Southern Supremacy- race ten
Thinks Dynamic Party
looks well placed in race two despite his tricky barrier draw.
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