NZ bets of the week ring-around - May 29

12:39 PM 29 May 2014 NZST
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Prime Powe - can defend his Jewels crown on Saturday.

Congratulations to Matthew Williamson, Ricky May, Todd Mitchell, Joshua Dickie, Jonny Cox, and Nathan Williamson who all produced ‘the goods’ last week.

The best result was Katieellen Castleton, who was backed into a closing price of $6.50.

Let’s see what good oil the boys have come up with on this massive week of harness racing.

Addington - Thursday

Colin DeFilippi: Has opted for Strathfield Sun, who recovered well to finish fourth after an early gallop last start - race one.

Gavin Smith: Was impressed with Karanga Red Fantasy’s fresh-up second behind Anton Oliver, and think she can go one better in race six tonight.

Mark Jones: Has opted for Rock Till You Drop on the back of a couple of impressive workout performances. - race six.

Ricky May: Is bullish about the chances of Nevertheless, who has been very good in his last two starts - race seven.

Franklin - Friday

Jay Abernethy: Likes the chances of Pacific Rapture, who produced a big performance after breaking behind the mobile last start- race six.

Simon Lawson: Has opted for the consistent Gold Elite - race eight.

Josh Dickie: Rates Kippenberger as a good each-way chance- race nine

Forbury Park - Friday

Nathan Williamson: Thinks Mr Majestic can break his maiden status in the first race on Friday.

Tim Williams: Believes it won’t be long before Mordecai cracks maidens. Probably Friday night- race three.

Cambridge Harness Jewels - Saturday

Greg Hope: Thinks he has Monbet right back on top of his game and expects him to prove very hard to beat in the 2YO Ruby - race two.

Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Has also opted for Monbet on the back of an impressive workout at Cambridge. - race two.

John Dunn: Thinks Venus Serena has a cracking winning chance despite her tricky second-line - race three.

David Butt: Thinks One Over Da Moon only needs a touch of luck to be a major player in the 3YO Ruby - race four.

Ken Barron: Thinks that if Majestic Time is at her best come Saturday she will be a force to be reckoned with - race four.

Anthony Butt: Has opted for smart filly Joannes A Delight, who should strip a better horse this week after missing work last week due to a foot abscess - race five.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Supersonic Miss - race five

Todd Mitchell: Is very happy with Prime Power, who will attempt to defend his Jewels title on Saturday - race seven.

Matt Markham (HRNZ): Rates Prime Power as the bet of the day on Harness Jewels Day - race seven.

Ashburton - Sunday

Dexter Dunn: Has a good book of drives on Jewels Day, but has instead opted for Artismee in race two on Sunday

Stephen McNally: Thinks Hikoi is closing in rapidly on his maiden win- race five.

Terry Chmiel: Thinks last start winner That Guy Finn, can repeat the dose on Sunday - race seven.

Sam Ottley: Rates the chances of Mattjestic Rebeck - race nine.

Invercargill - Monday

Jonny Cox: Is bullish about the chances of King Louie - race five.

Clark Barron:  Rates Royal Taz as his best chance of the weekend - race eleven.

 

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