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NZ Bets of the week Ring-Around – May 1

11:45 PM 30 Apr 2014 NZST
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Full Speed Ahead - will take a power of beating in the first race at Alexandra Park.

Last week the ring-around produced seven winners, with Mark Jones, Stephen Richardson, Blair Orange, David Butt, Simon Lawson, Terry Chmiel, Jonny Cox, and Ricky May all producing the goods.

Let’s hope for a repeat performance this week!

Forbury Park - Thursday

Andrew Armour: Has opted for Al Raza, who will look to go one better after a nice debut second - race two.

Jonny Cox: Is bullish about the chances of Tagataese, who smashed his rivals in a penalty free maiden claimers race last start. He competes in the third race on the card.

Tim Williams: Has opted for the consistent Waitoto Express, who should add to his bank balance on Thursday - race five.

Matthew Williamson: Had the choice of three drives in the last race at Forbury but opted for Lionels Meddle, who looks well placed in the tenth race on the card.

Alexandra Park - Friday

Blair Orange: Is bullish about the chance of Full Speed Ahead, who was an emphatic winner at Addington last start - race one.

Todd Mitchell: Has opted for the smart Doubleodeano, who looks the main threat to Full Speed Ahead. - race one.

Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Rates the chances of smart filly Lancewood Lizzie, who is now trained by Barry Purdon - race four.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Linda Lovegrace - race five

David Butt: Thinks One Over Da Moon can make the most of his ace alley in the Northern Trotting Derby - race eight.

Ken Barron: Expects star trotting filly Majestic Time to prove very hard to beat in the Northern Trotting Derby - race eight.

Anthony Butt: Will take the reins behind Aussie raider Zedalite, who was a very good second in the Anzac Cup last week - race ten.

Nathan Williamson: Has taken The Wonkey Donkey north and expects him to be very competitive in the last race on the card.

Addington - Friday

Mark Jones: Thinks two-year-old Smoke N Santanna will be very hard to beat in what looks an average maiden line-up - race one.

Gavin Smith: Thinks the consistent Naughty Maravu can be competitive despite his tricky barrier draw - race eight.

Thames@ Alexandra Park - Sunday

Josh Dickie: Has opted for Live At Speed, who drops back from a handy fifth in a much stronger field last start - race one.

Jay Abernethy: Rates Riverboat Sue as his best chance of the week- race five.

Ashburton – Sunday

Ricky May: Believes Franco Salisbury, who was a fast-finishing fourth last start, will prove hard to beat from his ace alley – race seven.

Terry Chmiel: Thinks Little Tess looks very well placed in the ninth race on Sunday.



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