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Harness racing selections: Sunday, April 10

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9th April, 2022

There are two meetings to look at on Sunday, with my focus being on Wagga Wagga and Cranbourne. Below are the best bets for the respective programs.

Wagga Wagga

Best bet: Race 3, Number 12, Anntonia
She’s a gun mare, and back to mares grade, she should win barring bad luck. This horse contested a strong FFA at Menangle last time and was far from disgraced in defeat behind Jay Ok. This horse has drawn outside the second row but she has these on toast regarding class and should be winning this.

Next best: Race 4, Number 7, Idea Dan
He should find the front and if that is indeed the case, good luck beating him. This horse had a dominant win in the Young Cup last time out when leading throughout in a strong display. This horse has drawn wide, but he’ll bully his way to the top and take a power of beating against this lot.

Value: Race 7, Number 1, Oh Daddy
The Morris camp has her flying and despite a rise in grade and depth, she’s worth an each-way bet. This horse had a dominant win at Newcastle last time when drawing wide but she was far too good for them. This horse should land leaders back from the pole here and at double figures is worth an each-way ticket.


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Best bet: Race 1, Number 1, Fremarkstilly
Class gets her home. This horse is a talented filly that resumes having not raced since the Super Series Final on December 31 at Melton when outclassed. This horse looks to have trialled up really well leading in, and should hold the front from the pole. In a thin race, she’s a good bet to start the program.


Next best: Race 8, Number 5, Foolish Pleasure
He’ll have to work to find the front but should he get the lead, he’ll take a power of beating. This horse led throughout to win at this track last time and was an impressive winner and burnt the candle at both ends in a really good effort. This horse needs luck, but he’ll take beating if he gets it.

Value: Race 9, Number 1, Beach Wreck
He’s worth an each-way ticket in the get out. I’d be forgiving of his Kilmore effort last time. This horse just did a bit too much work early and tired late. This horse’s form prior was sound and from the pole, he should be afforded every chance, ideally leaders back. And from there, he’ll only run well.