Congratulations to Andrew Armour, Dexter Dunn, John Dunn, Maurice McKendry and Nathan Williamson who all tipped out winners last week.
As well as the five winners, there was also six minor placegetters tipped out.
Here are this week’s selections
Anthony Butt: Has gone for Elusive Chick as his best bet of the week, she resumes off the back of her super Harness Jewels win in the sixth race at Rangiora on Friday.
Blair Orange: Thinks Machs A Flyin, who looked very unlucky in his fresh-up run at Addington last week, will take all sorts of stopping in the fourth race at Timaru on Sunday.
Colin DeFilippi: Believes the progressive Smoken Roman can make it five wins from his last six starts in the eighth race at Timaru on Sunday
Dexter Dunn: Thinks Born In The USA can break his maiden status in the third race at Rangiora tomorrow.
Gavin Smith: Has opted for Incredible Anvil this week. She would have run in the money last week had she not gone off stride, and looks a bold chance in the first race at Rangiora tomorrow.
John Dunn: Said he doesn’t have a great book of drives this week. But he does rate Bad Girlsrbest as a good each-way prospect in the fourth race at Timaru on Sunday.
Ken Barron: Said that True South is the best of his three drives this weekend. He goes around in the second race at Rangiora tomorrow.
Mark Jones: Thinks Offtocullect should extend his impressive record in the fourth race at Rangiora tomorrow. Big Is Good looks the main and possibly only danger.
Ray Green: Can simply not see Lincolns Megastar getting beat in the second race at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Simon Lawson: Thinks Charge Forward could possibly cause a minor upset in Friday’s Spring Cup at Alexandra Park – race seven.
Stephen McNally: Rates Xmas Joyella as his bet of the week. She goes around in the first race at Timaru on Sunday.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Thinks Easy On The Eye will start his New Zealand Cup campaign on a winning note – Alexandra Park, race seven.
Todd Mitchell: Believes stable newcomer Continental Auto can kicks things off on a winning note – Alexandra Park, race six.
By Mitchell Robertson