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Harness racing selections: Tuesday, November 23

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22nd November, 2021

There are two meetings to look at on Tuesday night, with Wagga Wagga and Bendigo getting my focus.

Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Wagga Wagga

Best bet: Race 1, Number 5, Blazing Banner
This horse is short but it should be a relatively painless watch and is a good multi anchor. This horse is a very progressive juvenile that led throughout and spanked them last time at Leeton, winning by close to 40 metres. This horse should have little trouble getting the front and from there dominate proceedings.

Next best: Race 2, Number 3, Admirable
He’s been costly for punters in recent times but that changes here with a good draw. This horse has been a beaten favourite in three of his past six, including last start, so the patience is wearing thin for most punters. But with the inside gate, he should find the front and prove tough to run down.

Value: Race 3, Number 1, Havachew
This horse lacks the class of some of these, but has drawn the pole and has gate speed so she’s an each-way bet for sure. This horse held up and led last time out and battled on well when third. That was a 49-58, now up to a 65 race, the class factor is a query. But with that, you should get a good price and she’ll give cheek.

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Best bet: Race 5, Number 1, Captain Rival
The key scratching of Beach Villa leaves the race open for Captain Rival to dominate from the front. There was a query that there could be a battle for the lead, but with Beach Villa out, Captain Rival should have little trouble holding up. And in a thin race, he’s a standout.

Next best: Race 7, Number 4, Platinum Sparkle
This horse looks extremely hard to beat. This horse came second here two back to a star, Tough Tilly. Then last start in a heat, this horse just did too much work early, but was far from disgraced in defeat. This horse has the gate speed to cross and lead these up, and if that is indeed the case, then it should be an easy watch.

Value: Race 2, Number 5, Kyvalley Picasso
I am hoping we can get an each-way price about this guy. This horse led and was dominant three back at Kilmore before bad manners cost him in the Redwood. Then this horse went to a heat of this series and was plain. This looks like a very winnable race for him if he can find the front. And if so, he’ll take running down.