The ring-around was a bit quieter last week with just Andrew Armour, Anthony Butt, and myself tipping out winners.
Of those winners, the best resulted was my each-way bet of the week in Dr Hook who romped in at odds of $6.70 and $1.80
Hopefully we can bounce back to top form this week.
Anthony Butt: Has opted for Mah Sish, who will attempt to go back-to-back in the Hunter Cup on Saturday.
David Butt: Thinks stable star Habibti will be hard to beat despite her wide alley - Addington, race ten.
Dexter Dunn: Has opted for Jennalee, who was desperately unlucky last start. She competes in the third race at Forbury Park tonight.
John Dunn: Has a lot of time for the smart two-year-old qualifier Say My Name, and expects him to be very hard to beat in the third race at Addington on Friday.
Jim Curtin: Thinks Damon Runyon is a good each-way chance in the third race at Addington on Friday.
Jonny Cox: Rates the chances of capable filly Goodness Gracious Me in the seventh race at Wyndham on Sunday.
Ken Barron: Thinks Red Under Fire, who has been desperately unlucky lately, can break through for his maiden win in race six at Geraldine on Saturday.
Mark Jones: Has opted for the talented Smart Caesar as his bet of the week. He will compete in the ninth race at Addington on Friday.
Sam Ottley: Thinks capable trotter Spell is knocking on the door of another win – Geraldine, race eight.
Simon Lawson: Thinks Electric Chapel can make it five straight win on Friday – Alexandra Park, race four.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Likes the chances of Chillysjustastrutter in the seventh race at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Tim Williams: Thinks Jocy Jaccka, with manners, will be hard to beat in the first race at Wyndham on Sunday.
Todd Mitchell: Rates Cullies Delight as a good each-way chance in race seven at Alexandra Park.
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink)
Best bet – Tiger Tara – Addington, race six
Each-way – Mashika – Addington, race eleven
Value – Valmagne – Forbury, race eight.