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NZ bets of the week ring-around - February 27

12:46 PM 27 Feb 2014 NZDT
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Anthony Butt: thinks Thebestlove (pictured here) will be hard to beat in the Sales Series Trot tonight.

Last week the ring-around produced six winners, including Eyre I Come, who opened up at $31 fixed odds.

Let’s see if we can dig up some more value this week.

Anthony Butt: Thinks talented trotter Thebestove will be hard to beat in tonight’s Sales Series Trot at Addington.

Blair Orange: Thinks Twentyten, who showed plenty of ability as a two-year-old, can make a winning return at three – Cheviot, race two.

David Butt: Expects Lothario to make amends for his last start gallop in the third race at Cheviot (Addington) on Sunday.

Gavin Smith: Rates The Mighty Falcon as a good each-way chance from his ace alley in the first race at the Cheviot meeting at Addington on Sunday.

Jim Curtin: Believes the consistent Vitali is overdue a winning turn – Cheviot, race five.

Ken Barron: Thinks Mighty Mara can make a winning debut in the first race at Addington on Sunday.

Nathan Williamson: Believes in form trotter Springbank Sam can carry on his winning way – Cheviot, race seven.

Ricky May: Expects Pal Amino, who has trialled up nicely for her fresh-up assignment, to be tough to toss from her ace barrier in the ninth race at Addington tonight.

Terry Chmiel: Thinks Little Tess, who caught the eye flashing home late last start, is a good each-way prospect in the last race at Addington tonight.

Todd Mitchell: Expects Prime Power to add to his picket-line fence in fifth race at Alexandra Park on Friday.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink):

Best Bet : Free Falling – Cheviot, race four.

Each-way:  Unforgiving – Alexandra Park, race four.

Value: Scotlynn Jiggs – Addington, race ten.

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