Last week the ring-around produced just the four winners, so there were some slim pickings for ring-around followers.
However, the ring-around rarely has two bad weeks in a row – so expect this one to be a good one.
For the record, those who tipped out winners last week were: Blair Orange, Nathan Williamson, Steve Richardson (T.A.B), and Todd Mitchell.
Blair Orange: Thinks smart trotter Notaboutthemoney will get the money in race three at Addington on Friday night.
David Butt: Has also gone for a trotter in race three at Addington in Lothario. All things being equal, the pair should make up the quinella.
Gavin Smith: Thinks The Burning Question is a place chance at what should be lucrative odds in race eight at Addington on Friday.
John Dunn: Has opted for Kotare Mahal as his best bet of the week. The smart pacer goes around in race six at Kaikoura on Monday.
Jonny Cox: Thinks Smoke N Grin, on the back of a bold debut second, is a strong chance in race five at Ascot Park on Sunday.
Ken Barron: Rates the chances of capable pacer Still Laughin. He resumes in race six at Kaikoura on Monday.
Mark Jones: Thinks Major Sam is a strong each-way chance in race five at Addington.
Matthew Williamson: Was impressed with Windermere Lad last start, and thinks he will take some stopping in the Riverton Cup on Sunday.
Nathan Williamson: Has a strong book of drives at Ascot Park on Sunday, but rates Royal Squeeze as the best of them. She goes around in the first race on the card
Ricky May: Has a lot of time for Helena Jet and thinks she will take all sorts of beating in race eight at Addington.
Scott Phelan: Rates the chances of speedy mare Pepper Pots. She competes in the seventh race at Cambridge tonight.
Simon Lawson: Is bullish about the chances of Valencay in race three at Cambridge tonight.
Steve Richardson T.A.B: Who has been in good tipping form of late, has this week opted for Mary Anastasia. She resumes in the sixth race at Cambridge tonight.
Todd Mitchell: Has opted for Continental Auto as his bet of the week. She looks well placed in race two at Cambridge tonight.
By Mitchell Robertson