Harness racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own Tim O'Connor has broken down the racing for this Wednesday. Searching high and low, he has found our loyal Dabblers the top three harness racing bets of the day. He has 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 - 1. Paris Abbie ($2.10) - Melton, Race 3
They can often be chaotic these 1200m events, but this looks the perfect race for Sam Barker's mare to record her second career victory at start 14. Her recent form has been good since she led and won her maiden at Bendigo five starts back, and the coveted inside alley tonight means she's going to be awfully hard to hold out.
The peg-line runners have dominated these six-furlong sprints in recent times and Paris Abbie looks set to lead or, at worst, trail in transit. Either way, I think she will prevail in a very modest NR 0-50 event at better than even money.
Next Best - 4. See Me No More ($3.00) - Melton, Race 4
You have to look past this horse's most recent effort at Cranbourne when a soundly beaten favourite and go off his previous form, but the $3.00 about See Me No More looks a great play in the fourth event this evening. In another of the 1200m sprint races, Chris Svanosio's four-year-old only needs to replicate something like he produced to beat Impulsive George at Ballarat on September 13 to be prevailing in this contest.
On that occasion, he sat parked and raced past his rival in a slick 56.4 last half to score by 2m, with Impulsive George then going on to win at his next outing. He might not lead here, but I'm still keen to back See Me No More in a race where key danger Eye See Amour is drawn horribly wide and needs lots of favours to win.
Value Bet - 4. Ooh Ah Listah ($6.50 / $2.00) - Melton, Race 5
Had some luck with the value plays of late thanks to Ever Hoping's efforts on Saturday night and El Boston's win at a big price last Wednesday. But let's not stop there. I think the Joanne Justice-trained Ooh Ah Listah shapes as a great winning hope in this event and is backable at the each-way quote.
He was very brave when hitting the line hard for second behind tonight's favourite Blood Moon at Ballarat last week and before that chased home Jeremy Wells – who also reopposes here – in a race at Kilmore when he was forced to do some early work. El Boston will likely lead and prove hard to catch, but the speed will be on and Ooh Ah Listah can turn the tables on his rivals to score in a race of many chances.
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Note: Odds correct at time of publication.