Congratulations to Dexter Dunn, Jonny Cox, Ricky May, Scott Phelan, and Stephen McNally who managed to tip out winners last week.
The best result was Stephen McNally’s tip of Juicy Odds. Who lived up to her name, getting home at odds of $5.10
Let’s see if we can top that this week.
Andrew Armour: Thinks Rory, who was an emphatic first-start winner, can repeat the dose in race twelve at Gore on Saturday.
Anthony Butt: Has opted for Pass Them By, who drops back to a grade race after finishing fourth in the Methven Cup. He looks hard to beat in the second race at Addington on Friday.
Blair Orange: Rates the chances of the impressive Saveapatrol. He will look to make the most of a Harness Plus bonus in race ten at Gore on Saturday.
Craig Thornley: Thinks Sunset Franco can offer some value in the last race at Timaru on Sunday.
John Dunn: Thinks Franco Nelson will take all sorts of stopping in the first race at Addington on Friday.
Jonny Cox: Believes Moonlight Spirit is a bold each-way chance from the ace draw in race seven at Gore on Saturday.
Mark Jones: Has a nice team in this week, but rates Major Sam as the best of them – Addington, race 12.
Mathew Williamson: Has opted for the fresh-up Yankee One as his bet of the week. He competes in the sixth race at Addington on Friday.
Nathan Williamson: Is very bullish about the chances of Onedin Mach, who looks the one in race six at Gore on Sunday.
Ricky May: Thought Beach Bunny won with a bit in hand last start, and thinks he is a better horse this time in. Look out for him in the second race at Addington on Friday.
Simon McMullen: Has runners far and wide this week. But thinks an improving Jono Bonito is the best of them – Alexandra Park, race five.
Simon Lawson: Has opted for Tiago Bromac, who was a good fresh-up winner. He goes around in the last race at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Thinks the talented New Deal can break his maiden status in the last race at Addington on Friday.
Terry Chmiel: Thinks Oh Nova can get the job done in race five at Addington on Friday.
Tim Williams: Has opted for Back On Board, who resumes in the second race at Gore on Sunday.
By Mitchell Robertson