Last week was an adequate one for the ring-around with just, Blair Orange, Nathan Williamson, and yours truly selecting winners.
Let’s see if we can add to that tally this week.
Forbury Park - Thursday
Matthew Williamson: Thinks Cullen's Finest looks well placed in the second race on the card.
Blair Orange: Has opted for Doves Veecee, who is now with Jamie Gameson. He was an impressive trialist earlier in the month and looks hard to beat - race five.
Ricky May: Rates the fresh-up Even Flo as a very good each-way bet - race seven.
Mark Jones: Has opted for capable two-year-old Pomme Roy, who was unlucky in last week’s Sires Stakes Final. Expect him to lead and win race nine.
Alexandra Park - Friday
Scott Phelan: Rates Berlusconi as his best bet of the week - race four.
Simon Lawson: Thinks that The Wonkey Donkey, with manners, can win race six on the card.
Todd Mitchell: Has opted for smart three-year-old Cyclone Prince, who looks well placed on Friday night - race eight.
Anthony Butt: Thinks smart filly Joanne’s A Delight can lead and win the Sales Series Final - race nine.
Jay Abernethy: Has opted for The Early Wicket, who finished a nice second on debut - race twelve.
Josh Dickie: Thinks Katieellen Castleton can provide some value in race twelve.
Addington - Friday
David Butt: Expects One Over Da Moon, who was sensational in the Northern Derby after making an early break, to prove too good in race five on the card.
Colin DeFilippi: Has opted for smart mare Elusive Chick, who is now back with Derek and Adele Jones. She has trialled up super in preparation for her resumption and looks the one they all have to beat- race six.
Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Elusive Chick - race six.
Samantha Ottley: Thinks the consistent Spell, who has finished second in her last three starts, can breakthrough for her second win - race eight.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Rates the chances of Lucky VC, who downed a smart type in Mach Winger at a recent trial - race ten.
Winton - Sunday
Jonny Cox: Has opted for stable newcomer Pay Me Quick, who looks a good each-way chance in the maiden Claimers Final - race two.
Nathan Williamson: Thinks Spash Cola, who produced a herculean performance to win her debut, can repeat the dose - race four.
Clark Barron: Has selected Strategic Miss, who looks a strong chance in an average C0-1 line-up - race five.
Andrew Armour: Thinks Trial By Jury, who finished second on debut, can go one better on Sunday - race six.
Addington - Sunday
Dexter Dunn: Expects Delightful Dash, who downed a nice field last start, to win again on Sunday - race two.