Harness racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own Tim O'Connor has broken down the racing for this Wednesday. Searching high and low, they’ve found our loyal Dabblers the top three harness racing bets of the day. They’ve done all the hard work for you finding the best harness racing tips, so you don’t even have to lift a finger – how nice is that?!
Without further ado, see Tim O'Connor's best bet, next best and value bet from around the grounds this Wednesday:
Best Bet - 9. Rastamon ($2.70) - Ballarat, Race 2
Coming from Race 2, Rastamon is our best bet for the night. Awfully tough meeting at Ballarat tonight with five 1200m sprints on the card, and I've tried to find something away from the odds-on chances for our best bet.
Therefore, I've landed with Tina Ridis' trotter Rastamon, who won with authority last time at Charlton and was held up before chasing home the talented Mercenary in a good race at Kilmore prior to that. It's anyone's guess as to how the six-furlong dash will pan out for the trotters, but I think this bloke has the class to get the job done.
Next Best - 7. Icanmotor ($4.60) - Ballarat, Race 3
As mentioned, I'm steering away from the odds-on pops this evening and I reckon Icanmotor might be suited to this 1200m event at a decent price. He usually gets back in his races and unleashes a short sprint, which could just work for him over tonight's journey.
It's a very weak race and some of his recent runs have had merit, and while I'm not thrilled about following backmarkers over a 1200m trip, I feel he's good enough to beat this lot with the right run in transit.
Value Bet - 6. El Boston ($11 / $2.15) - Ballarat, Race 1
The value bet on the card at Ballarat comes from the first race in runner El Boston. Taking a chance here with Ken Tippet's fiery customer in a race featuring an ultra-short favourite with a few unknowns next to her name.
El Boston is lethal off the arm and should be able to cross these at the start, and with no sprint lane at Ballarat over the 1200m trip, it wouldn’t surprise to see him box on and fend them all off. His record at six furlongs isn’t great, but his recent runs at Yarra Valley and Ararat have been good enough to give him another chance at juicy each-way odds.
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Note: Odds correct at time of publication.