Day At The Track

Bets Of The Week - 5th February 2015

08:36 AM 05 Feb 2015 NZDT
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Another one of those weeks where we were there abouts without getting the rub of the green, with a lot of the horses selected by our tipsters having little luck.

Five managed to get home first but another five ran second which about sums up the luck at the moment.

Blair Orange, Robbie Holmes, Tony Herlihy, Nathan Williamson and the boss John Curtin all picked winners and special mention for the boss who is going for three in a row this week.

Our tipsters have gone near and far this week from Winton in the south to Tabcorp Park Melton in Melbourne.

Winton - Thursday afternoon

Brad Williamson - Rates Mokosun a big winning chance even off 20 metres in race 4

Clark Barron - Thinks Mass Invasion is overdue a change of luck and can win, also in race 4  

Shane Walkinshaw - Thought Princess Arts from the draw could roll the hotpot On The Town in race 8

Brendon McLellan - Gives Repeat After Me a great chance of running in three in race 9



Manawatu - Thursday night

Kyle Marshall - Reckons Unmissable is ready to win her second race at Manawatu in race 5

Peter Scaife - Rates Mach Cullen from barrier one a big chance to turn his form around and win race 7


Amberley - Friday afternoon

Bob Butt - Rates last weeks impressive debutant Supershakes hard to beat in race 3

Robbie Holmes - Gives Bridget Blue Chip from her handy draw a chance to upset them in race 5

Gerard O"Reilly - Thought Always Yours would take all kinds of stopping in race 6

Jim Curtin - Rates Star Of Dionysis back to the grass a big chance to win race 8


Auckland - Friday night

Steven Reid - Thought  Clarius could continue his good form and win race 1

Tony Herlihy - Likes Walkinshaw to improve on his debut run and win race 4

Maurice McKendry -  Thought his two year old Shandale would have a big show, also in race 4

John Curtin (Harnesslink) - Rates Our Dainty Lady very hard to beat in race 6

Scott Phelan - Thinks Better B Amazed will be awlfully hard to beat in race 9


Ashburton - Saturday afternoon

Tim Williams - Rates Chase The Dream a big chance to win the Sapling Stakes on debut (Race 5)

Blair Orange - Thought Goodness Gracious Me could top off a string of placings with a win in race 9


Tabcorp Park Melton - Saturday night

Ricky May - Was rapt with "Terrors" run last week and thinks he can win the Hunter Cup


Wairarapa - Sunday Afternoon

Todd Mitchell - Rates Te Kawau very difficult to beat in the Wairarapa Cup.


Waikouaiti - Sunday Afternoon

Nathan Williamson - Rates Grey Power a big chance on the grass to win race 5

Matthew Williamson  - Thinks if Bet's Sun trots all the way he can beat his brother in race 5

Craig Thornley - Likes the chances of Dream Big to bounce back and win race 8.


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