NZ bets of the week ring-around - March 6

09:57 AM 06 Mar 2014 NZDT
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Quick As A Trick - should regain top form in the twelfth race at Forbury Park tonight.

Last week was a memorable one for the New Zealand bets of the week ring-around.

Aside from my three tips which all won, Anthony Butt, Blair Orange, Gavin Smith, Jim Curtin, Ricky May, and Todd Mitchell also tipped out winners.

The best result was Gavin Smith’s bet of the week in The Mighty Falcon, who got home at odds of $10, while my value bet of the week Scotlynn Jiggs ($7) wasn’t too far behind.

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

Andrew Armour: Thinks two-year-old First Flight In is a good each-way prospect in the fourth race at Gore on Sunday.

Anthony Butt: Thinks talented two-year-old The Jazzman will be tough to beat from his inside alley in the eighth race at Forbury Park tonight.

Blair Orange: Rates the chances of Strike On Command in the last race at Forbury Park tonight.

Craig Thornley: Will take the reins behind Franco Harrington at Reefton where he expects him to be very hard to beat.

David Butt: Thinks Georgie Mach can go back-to-back in the eighth race at Westport on Friday.

Gavin Smith: Who was last week’s top tipster, has opted for True Legend in the fourth race at Westport on Friday.

Jim Curtin: Thinks the talented but enigmatic Sunchita can win the tenth race at Westport on Friday.

Jonny Cox: Rates the chances of Sharpenuff in the eighth race at Gore on Sunday.

Ken Barron: Thinks Sapling Stakes runner-up Mighty Flying Major will be tough to beat in race eight at Forbury tonight.

 Mark Jones: Thinks The Ultimate Storm will take a power of beating in the third race at Forbury Park tonight.

 Matthew Williamson: Expects Quick As A Trick to regain top form in the 12th race at Forbury tonight.

Nathan Williamson: Thinks Aidan’s Rocket will be tough to toss in the last race at Gore on Sunday.

Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Has thrown out some value in the form of Goodboy Tiger – Forbury, race seven.

Tim Williams: Thinks Waitoto Express has a good each-way chance in the seventh race at Gore on Sunday.

Todd Mitchell: Expects Cyclone Kate to be thereabouts in the Delightful Lady Classic at Alexandra Park on Friday.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink)

Best Bet: The Ultimate Storm – Forbury Park, race three

Each-way: Linda Lovegrace – Alexandra Park, race four.

Value: Whynotagrey – Gore, race two.

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