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NZ Bets of the Week Ring-Around – April 17

05:59 AM 17 Apr 2014 NZST
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Pacquiao - will be hard to stop in the last race at Addington on Saturday.

Last week the ring-around produced five winners including my each-way bet of the week Dream Gal, which bolted in at odds of $6 and $1.80.

Others to tip out winners included Mark Jones, Steve Richardson (TAB), Todd Mitchell, Matt Williamson, and Tim Williams.

Let’s see what good oil we can dig up this week.

Cambridge - Thursday

Todd Mitchell: Has opted for unbeaten juvenile trotter The Driving God - race five.

Scott Phelan: Thinks Seven Blue Chips can make the most of his ace alley in race number six.

Stephen Richardson (T.A.B): Expects Thomas McBride to prove very hard to beat in the seventh race on the card.

Simon Lawson: Has opted for Ton Tine as his Harnesslink Bet of the Week – race nine.

Forbury - Thursday

Nathan Williamson: Thinks the very consistent Nickelson will get some money in race three.

Ricky May: Is very bullish about the chances of Pay Me Sush in the sixth race on the card.

John Dunn: Has opted for Graduate Under Fire, who has been in brilliant form of late. He looks well placed in race number seven.

Gavin Smith: Thinks Vincennes looks well suited to the short 1200 metre sprint distance in race nine on the card.

Terry Chmiel: Expects Moondyne Joe, who was in need of a run when third in a good field last start at Addington, to prove too good - race eleven.

Blair Orange & Mark Jones: Have both opted for Strike On Command, who is unbeaten from two appearances at Forbury Park - race twelve.

Jonny Cox:  Rates Sara Holley, who has drawn well for Thursday’s assignment, as a very good each-way bet. She also competes in the last race on the card.

Tim Williams: Has added to the puzzle by tipping Bobbie McArdle in race twelve. Trifecta perhaps?

Addington - Saturday

Josh Dickie: Was impressed with how Speeding Spur trialled on Monday and expects him to highly competitive in the Two-year-old Trotting Stakes - race four.

Anthony Butt:  Has opted for impressive two-year-old trialist Curlimore, who looks a great chance from a good alley in race number six.

Matthew Williamson: Expects Zhenya to appreciate the drop back in class in race number seven.

Craig Thornley: Thinks Given only needs to trot to be competitive - race eleven.

Ken Barron: Was very pleased with Pacquiao last start and expects him to prove very hard to beat in the last race on the card.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink):

Best Bet:

Snooki – Hawera (Saturday), race three.


Prince Fearless – Addington (Saturday), race four.

Curlimore  - Addington (Saturday), race five


Dark Side  - Forbury Park (Thursday), race five.

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