Harness racing tips incoming! Dabble’s very own Tim O'Connor has broken down the racing for this Saturday. 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 Saturday:
Best Bet - 1. The Chancer ($2.15) - Melton, Race 1
Not wasting any time at Melton on Saturday night, with the in-form The Chancer the one I'm most keen on throughout a cracking eight-race card from Victorian harness racing headquarters.
Geoff Walker's pacer was simply brilliant when runner-up at Melton last time out, clocking the fastest closing sectionals of the race despite being wide off the track in the sprint home.
He draws well here and can either lead or trail his way to victory.
Next Best - The Lost Storm (Win), Bulletproof Boy (Place) & Joyful (Place) ($2.19) - Melton, Race 5, 6 & 8
I'm not often much help for the multi players, but this looks a good bet on a night with a few shorties and some difficult races.
The Lost Storm is a star and will get the ball rolling, Bulletproof Boy should lead and give Catch A Wave a real race in the Smoken Up Sprint before Joyful brings home the three-legger with a typically classy performance in the last event of the night.
Remember...The Lost Storm to win, with Bulletproof Boy and Joyful to run a drum.
It's no spoil at under $3.00, but it's a multi play I'm feeling good about.
Value Bet - 1. Ever Hoping ($7.50 / $2.15) - Melton, Race 3
This looks a very even race, but I think Jess Tubbs and Greg Sugars' pacer represents some each-way value in the third event of the night.
Ever Hoping has been racing in good company of late and impressed with a last-start third in the Group 1 Vicbred Super Series final behind Solesseo Matuca.
That looks good form for a race like this, and while he's likely to be crossed at the start, the four-year-old has come up a backable price for a good horse drawn gate one.
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Note: Odds correct at time of publication.