Last week the ring-around produced six winners including Jewels champions Monbet, Venus Serena, and Supersonic Miss.
Let’s see what good oil some of harness racing’s leading lads have come up with for us this week.
Forbury Park – Thursday
Jonny Cox: who has been enjoying a purple patch of form, has opted for Expressive Art in the third race on the card.
Sam Ottley: Thinks Smoken Roman will prove very hard to beat in the fifth race on the card.
Matthew Williamson: Rates Al Raza as a very good each-way chance on the seventh race on the card.
Nathan Williamson: Thinks the very consistent Nickelson is a good each-way chance again – race eleven.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Has opted for the Phil Williamson trained Monnay in the same event.
Alexandra Park – Friday
Todd Mitchell: Thinks Princess Sophia, who is dropping back from Harness Jewels Company, can give a sight in race four.
Ken Barron: Rates the chances of Pacquiao, who was a luckless fifth in the 4YO Emerald – race five.
Jay Abernethy: Thinks Equulei can get herself into the finish of the last race on the card.
Nelson – Friday
Mark Jones: admits he doesn’t have a great team in this week, but rates Eastburn Mara as the best of them – race two.
Anthony Butt: Has a tidy book of drives at Nelson but rates capable trotter Gregory R as the best of them – race five.
Blair Orange: Has opted for smart mare Sunchita in the same event.
John Dunn: Rates stable newcomer Cindi Arma the best of what is a very good book of drives on Friday – race six.
Tim Williams: Think Here We Go Again is a very good chance in race nine provided she steps away.
Craig Thornely: Has opted for Al’s Courage, who was huge in fifth last start after missing away. He looks the one to beat in the last race of the card.
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Madiba Magic – race twelve.