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NZ bets of the week ring-around – May 15

11:19 PM 14 May 2014 NZST
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Exciting trotter: Jayceekay - looks the one they have to beat in race five at Addington on Friday.

Last week the Harnesslink ring-around produced four winners as well as a string of minor placegetters.

Let’s see if we can add to that tally this week:

Cambridge - Thursday

Simon Lawson: Thinks handy two-year-old Blinding Light will prove hard to in the first race on the card.

Todd Mitchell: Rates the chances of Jovani, who was a good fresh up second - race one.

Manawatu - Friday

Stephen Richardson (T.A.B): Has opted for Kilkeel Lady as his bet of the week - race three.

Addington - Friday

Terry Chmiel: Thinks that That Guy Finn will give him his best chance of greeting the judge this weekend - race three.

Blair Orange: Has opted for Jayceekay, who backed up his dazzling debut win with a cracking third last start. He looks the one to beat in race five.

Ken Barron: Likes the chances of smart two-year-old trotter B D Love in the same event - race five.

Colin DeFilippi:  Thinks the consistent Rise And Shine can break through for a maiden win - race nine.

John Dunn: Is bullish about the chances of smart two-year-old Say My Name in the Sires Stakes Final - race ten.

Jonny Cox:  Thinks Jaccka Justy will prove hard to beat despite his 40 metre handicap - race eleven.

Mitchell Robertson (Harnesslink): Messini - race twelve.

Invercargill - Saturday

Tim Williams: Will be Popular if he can rein the filly with that exact name home in the first race on the card.

Nathan Williamson:  Thinks handy trialist Splash Cola can kick her career of with a win - race four.

Andrew Armour: Is bullish about the chances of the very capable B D Windermere - race nine.

Matthew Williamson: Rates capable trotter Zhenya as his bet of the week - race twelve.

Oamaru - Sunday

Ricky May:  Has opted for Mach Winger on the back of a dazzling performance at the Ashburton trials - race five.

Mark Jones: Thinks Juneamy Castleton looks well placed in race six on the card.

Anthony Butt: Thinks smart two-year-old Field Marshal can make it back-to-back wins despite his wide barrier draw - race nine.


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