NZ bets of the week ring-around - April 3

12:21 PM 03 Apr 2014 NZDT
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Master Lavros - Should bounce back to winning form in the 4 & 5YO Trotters Champs on Friday.

Congratulations to David Butt, Josh Dickie, Mark Jones, Simon Lawson, and Tim Williams who all tipped out winners last week.

Unfortunately Blair Orange came up a  ½ length short of tipping six consecutive winners, with the stablemate that he did highlight as the horse to beat holding on to win narrowly.

Let’s find out what the boys have sorted out for us this week:

Andrew Armour: Expects Armbro Courage to break maidens at very short notice – Winton, race six.

Anthony Butt: Thinks Ideal Power can make it three straight victories – Addington, race seven.

Blair Orange: Has opted to go head-to-head with Anthony, tipping Rocknroll Arden in the same event - Addington, race seven.

Craig Thornely: Believes Gotta Grunter can break maidens after a string of seconds to open her career. She competes in the sixth race at Rangiora on Sunday.

David Butt:  Has a big opinion of One Over Da Moon and expects him to win the second race at Addington on Friday.

Gavin Smith: Thinks the unbeaten Karanga Red Fantasy, who trialled well behind Adore Me on Monday, will prove hard to beat in race three at Addington on Friday.

Jonny Cox: Expects Goodness Gracious Me, who was a game third in the Southland Oaks, to be very hard to beat in the seventh race at Winton on Sunday.

Josh Dickie: Has opted for Sunny Vacation as his bet of the week – Alexandra Park, race ten.

Ken Barron: Was keen around the chances of Quality Invasion but in the end opted for Majestic Time who will take all sorts of stopping in the NZ Trotting Oaks – Addington, race four.

Mark Jones: Is very happy with Master Lavros and expects him to bounce back to winning for in the race ten at Addington on Friday.

Matthew Williamson:  Thinks talented but enigmatic trotter Bet’s Sun can bet its best foot forward in the third race at Rangiora on Sunday.

Nathan Williamson: Thinks the consistent Defy is overdue a winning turn – Winton, race six.

Ricky May: Expects extremely talented two-year-old trotter Monbet to prove too good in the first race at Rangiora on Sunday.

Simon Lawson: Rates the chances of Besotted in the Kumeu Stakes at Alexandra Park on Friday.

Steve Richardson (T.A.B):  Likes the chances of speedy filly God Forbid who should be better for her fresh up run – Alexandra Park, race five.

Terry Chmiel: Thinks Little Less can get some money in the seventh race at Addington on Friday.

Tim Williams: Has opted for Popular, who should be just that with punters after a very good run behind Raksdeal last start – Winton, race two.

Todd Mitchell: Expects his stable star Prime Power to prove very hard to beat in the eighth race at Alexandra Park on Friday.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink):

Best Bet:

Saratoga – Alexandra Park, race ten.

Each-way:

Hug The Wind – Addington, race eleven.

Smiles For Miles – Winton, race six.

Value:

Pomme Roy – Addington, race six.

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