Last week the ring-around produced five winners, including both my best and each-way bet of the week.
The best result was my each-way bet of the week in Mashika, who opened at a quote of $6.50 but was eventually backed into a $2.20 favourite.
So, what’s winning this week?
Anthony Butt: Thinks extremely talented two-year-old The Jazzman will be very hard to beat in Saturday’s Sapling Stakes at Ashburton.
Blair Orange: Is bullish about the chances of Jay Dubb, who was an expensive purchase out of the barn of Mark Smolenski. The classy two-year-old is set to do battle in the first race at Winton on Friday.
David Butt: Has opted for Eagles Nest, who looks a good each-way prospect in the Sapling Stakes on the back of some strong trial form.
Gavin Smith: Thinks capable mare Vincennes will be hard to stop in the fifth race at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
John Dunn: Thinks Princess Galleon only needs to trot to win the second race at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
Jonny Cox: Rates the chances of the unpredictable but talented Chiola Belle. She competes in the tenth race at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
Josh Dickie: Thinks Spanish Angel can break through for his maiden victory in the third race at Manawatu tonight.
Mark Jones: Thinks stable newcomer Jaccka Len will prove very hard to beat in the twelfth race at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
Matty Williamson: Likes the chances of capable three-year-old trotter Zhenya. She goes around in the fourth race at Rangiora today.
Nathan Williamson: Rates Harry Mac as a good each-way prospect from his ace alley in race five at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
Ricky May: Thinks Delightful Dash can go one better in the second race at Waikouaiti on Sunday.
Scott Phelan: Likes the chances of Starry Delight in the second race at Manawatu tomorrow.
Simon Lawson: Believes Ace Of Delight is his best drive of the week – Alexandra Park, race six.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Has opted for On A Promise in the eighth race at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Terry Chmiel: Thinks Rip Roaring should break his maiden status in the ninth race at Rangiora tomorrow.
Tim Williams: Likes the chances of talented 3YO Bettor Buy It, who competes in the ninth race at Winton on Friday.
Todd Mitchell: Expects Lost In Bangkok to be hard to beat in the fifth race at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink)
Best bet – A Boy Named Rosie – Ashburton, race eight.
Each-way – Smart Alex – Rangiora, race seven.
Value – Hairy Maclary – Rangiora, race three.