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Harness Picks: Wednesday, July 7

There are a couple of meetings to look at on Wednesday night, as Redcliffe and Shepparton caught my eye.


Best Bet – Race 2, No. 1: Brian Christopher
That looks like a good race for this ex-Kiwi, who’s run two rounds in Australia, and both come on the track. He drove all the time to win here last week and was very in control in the race to the streak. He drew the pole here, he wouldn’t have much trouble holding the lead and from there he could take control and prove that it’s hard to break.

Next Best Bet – Race 3, #2: Themidnightrambler
Camp Dwyer has this guy totally flying, and there’s no reason why he can’t continue his winning path. He tied in the second row when he was racing here last week but he was still very good for his rivals. Now draws the front row. He has gate speed, so he should find the lead and be an hour without pain.

Value Bet – Race 5, No. 7: Diadima Monastery
If things go into place from the second-row draw, you’ll be hit with a price. She was a few meters away from Themidnightrambler in the aforementioned race from last week. This form reads well, so drawn inside the second row, if you can bring the leaders back, it’s dangerous.


Best Bet – Race 4, #10: Whatwillbeewillbee
Provided it comes away cleanly from the holder, it will be very good. The former kiwi of Brent Lilly who debuted in Australia in Kilmore. He pressed forward to land in front before sitting down, and kept chasing in a good effort. Depth here is nowhere near as strong, and if he does everything right, I think he will win.

Next Best Bet – Race 8, #9: Illawong Paris
I think this is a perfect setup for this four-year-old. He’s following a fast newbie, so despite drawing inside the second row, he’ll come in handy, and if he somehow manages to find the lead, the race will be over. His last form was powerful. He’s clearly the one who excels in a race that can be won.

Value Bet – Race 10, No. 11: Salsbuy
Hope we can get a price per direction for this guy. He’s eight years old and started at 12, so obviously he’s been having problems, but he has to show something around the house to keep going. He was fine late in Maryborough last time having not done any work on the pegs. If he gets good traction in the race, it will be difficult for him to hold out late.

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