NZ bets of the week ring-around – June 26

05:57 PM 26 Jun 2014 NZST
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Mark Jones - has declared Lady Mackendon in the first race at Forbury. "Only a bad drive will get it beat"

Last week was a great one for the Harnesslink ring-around with Matthew Williamson, Ken Barron, Scott Phelan, Josh Dickie, Jonny Cox, Craig Thornley, Ricky May, Anthony Butt, and Blair Orange all tipping out winners.

Here are this week’s selections:

Cambridge - Thursday

Simon Lawson:  Expects Ton Tine to win again – race five.

Alexandra Park – Friday

Steve Richardson (Harnesslink): Thinks Russley Haste will prove very hard to beat in the fourth race on the card.

 Scott Phelan: Has opted for the in form Cyamach in the Winter Cup - race seven.

 

Forbury – Friday

 

Mark Jones: Has declared Lady Mackendon as the biggest cert he has ever taken to the races. “It’s like Master Lavros in a maiden trot. Only a bad drive will get it beat.”

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Rip Roaring  - race two.

John Dunn: Expects smart juvenile Robbie Burns to make it two wins from as many starts – race four.

Josh Dickie: Has just an average book of drives this week, but rates Russet Norkotah, who will be at any old odds, as the best of them - race five.

Matthew Williamson: Thinks Al Razza will prove very hard to beat again – race ten.

Nathan Williamson: Will go head-to-head with brother Matthew, with the talented Sheeza Shark in the same event.

Rangiora – Sunday

Blair Orange: Rates Zakspatrol as his best chance of the week – race seven.

Terry Chmiel: Has opted for That Guy Finn, who will shoot for three wins in a row in the same event – race seven.

Ricky May: Has opted for smart three-year-old Explosive Art, who has been coming along in leaps and bounds in recent starts – race eight.

Ken Barron: Thinks Livura will prove hard to beat in the ninth race on the card.

Jonny Cox: Has a decent book of drives, but rates Galleon’s Triumph as the best of them – race eleven.

Anthony Butt: Is bullish about the chances of smart 2yo Field Marshal in the last event on the card.

 

 

 

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