Last week Dexter Dunn, Mark Jones, Ray Green, Stephen McNally and Steve Richardson all managed to tip out winners.
The best result for ring-around followers was Xmas Joyella, who was tipped out by Stephen McNally. She got home at odds of $9.70 & $2.80 in the first race at Timaru on Sunday.
Let’s see what winners we can come up with this week
Andrew Armour: Thinks Chers Bettor Babe will prove very hard to beat in the fifth race at Invercargill on Friday.
Anthony Butt: Rates Astral Traveller as his best bet of the week. He looks very well placed in race nine at Motukarara on Sunday.
Blair Orange: Thinks Classiebee can top of his very consistent run of form with a win in the last race at Motukarara on Sunday
David Butt: Believes Georgie Mach, who was a good second on debut, will take all sorts of stopping in race three at Motukarara
Gavin Smith: Likes the chances of Incredible Anvil, who has landed the ace alley in race three at Invercargill.
Jim Curtin: Was impressed with Dr Hook’s fresh-up run and expects him to be hard to beat in the DG Jones Memorial Trot on Sunday
Jonny Cox: Has opted for Homeforabubbly as his best bet of the week. He goes around in the tenth race at Invercargill.
Ken Barron: Thinks Gold Harmony gives him his best chance of a trip to the winners circle this week.
Matthew Williamson: Thinks the highly talented Jags Invasion can continue his winning ways in race seven at Addington.
Mark Jones: Will send Electric Ollie down south this week, for what looks like a very suitable race. Watch out for him in race eight at Invercargill on Friday.
Nathan Williamson: Thinks Jaccka Wilco is good enough to get atleast some of the money in race nine at Invercargill.
Ricky May: Has opted for dual New Zealand Cup champion Terror To Love as his best of the week. He resumes in the eighth race at Addington on Friday.
Scott Phelan: Thinks Freespin can bounce back to winning form in race seven at Cambridge tonight.
Simon Lawson: Thinks Betty Boop Brogden is worth an each-way bet in race six at Cambridge on Thursday night.
Stephen McNally: Thinks Juicy Odds is a strong chance in race three at Motukarara.
Steve Richardson (T.A.B): Believes La Norvic De Milo will resume with a win in the eighth race at Cambridge tonight.
Tim Williams: Has opted for Tartan Trilogy as his bet of the week. She goes around in race nine at Invercargill
Todd Mitchell: Is expecting a bold first up showing from last year’s Young Guns winner Cyclone Prince – Cambridge, race five.
Zac Butcher: Thinks Randalstown will take some beating from the ace in the eighth race at Cambridge on Thursday night.
by Mitchell Robertson