NZ bets of the week ring-around - July 24

12:44 PM 24 Jul 2014 NZST
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Explosive Art (selected by Jonny Cox) - looks the one to beat in the last race at Rangiora on Sunday.

Last week the ring-around produced six winners with Matthew Williamson, Nathan Williamson, Scott Phelan, Ricky May, John Dunn, and I all delivering the goods.

The best result was my tip Spell which romped in at odds $5.50.

Let’s see what winners we have in store for you this week:

Cambridge – Thursday

Jay Abernethy: Thinks Equulei can kick the ring-around off in style in the first race at Cambridge.

Simon Lawson: Rates Betty Boop Brogden as a good each-way chance in the fourth race on the card.

Alexandra Park – Friday

Todd Mitchell: Has opted for Miss Lotty, who was seen doing her best work late when second last start. She looks a good chance in the first race.

Brent Mangos: expects impressive trialist Vibhuti to prove very tough to roll – race four.

Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Has opted for Djokovic, who looks a bold chance in race five.

Scott Phelan: Rates the chances of inform pacer Cyamach, who looks a strong chance despite meeting a very good field in the sixth race at Alexandra Park.

Addington – Friday

Ken Barron: Expects both Bracken Ridge (race two) and Quaint Glen (Rangiora race 3) to prove very hard to beat.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Bracken Ridge – race two

Mark Jones: Thinks the consistent Jaccka Len can break through for another win – race five.

Gavin Smith: Rates She’s Extreme as a good place chance in the sixth event on the card.

John Dunn: Is expecting a big run from two-year-old filly Cullens First Meddle – race six.

Tim Williams: Has opted for smart mare Here We Go Again, who downed likely favourite Fifth Edition in her last start – race eight.

Matthew Williamson: Expects Ohoka Benson to be hard to beat in what looks an average C1 field – race ten.

Rangiora – Sunday

Terry Chmiel: Has opted for the inform That Guy Finn, who looks a good chance despite meeting a strong C1 and 2 line-up – race six.

Jonny Cox:  Thinks Explosive Art can continue to explode through the grades – race nine.

 

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