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Randwick Tips June 22 - Royal Randwick Saturday best bets and expert tips

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 17 Jun 2019
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Royal Randwick Racecourse

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Royal Randwick is one of Sydney’s premier racecourses and is home to many prestigious Group 1 races throughout the autumn and spring.

As well as the main track, Randwick Racecourse contains a second track known as Kensington.

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Randwick Tips - June 22


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June 8


Race 2 - 12:00PM BRADLEY PHOTOGRAPHERS HANDICAP (1800 METRES)
This is a big drop in class for ITZ LILY who was beaten 1.5 lengths in the Group 2 The Roses (2000m) at Doomben last start. She was a bit flat in the finish and I’m not sure she genuinely ran the trip in that class. The drop back to 1800m in this lower rated event looks ideal, and she also carries half a kilogram less. She’s drawn to get a soft run from barrier 5 and looks hard to beat. 
Result (1st - $5.50)

Race 3 - 12:35PM TAB HIGHWAY CLASS 3 HANDICAP (1100 METRES)
MADAME PAULINE was caught three deep without cover just off the speed in her first run this time in, and despite the tough run, she stuck on gamely and was out bobbed by Lifesaver. She improved second-up over a bit further last campaign on a Soft 7, and she now goes from 1000m to 1100m and strikes a Soft 7. She maps to get the gun run just behind the speed and should be challenging late. 
Result (scratched)

Race 8 - 3:50PM RACING TO WIN HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
NEW UNIVERSE was my top selection two weeks ago at $15, but after going back to a distant last he lost all chance. He then went on to produce the quickest final 400m and 200m sectionals for the entire meeting as he flew home down the outside to grab 3rd. Again, the barrier (12) has made things difficult, but he steps up to a mile which should suit better, and with fitness on his side after three runs this time in, he should be ready to peak and charge home again at big odds.
Result (3rd - $2.40 Place)


May 25


Race 1 - 11:25AM SUPPORTERHUB HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
Chris Waller’s Snitzel colt Reloaded may end up being the best horse in this race, but he maps awkwardly from the inside gate and I’m looking to take him on. Considering FLOREAT PICA wanted to lay in the whole way down the straight in the Group 3 Sires’ Produce (1400m) at Morphettville, I really like the switch to Sydney’s clockwise direction of running. The son of Hinchinbrook was fair first-up over 1100m finishing 3rd, but his second-up effort was a big improvement as he charged home from last on the turn to miss by 1.8 lengths in the Sires’. He now drops 4kg on that run, looks set to improve third-up and represents good value at $7.
Result (unplaced)

Race 3 - 12:35PM MIZUNO HANDICAP (2000 METRES)
COSTAS is an interesting runner here as he was scratched from Canterbury on Wednesday in preference for this tougher event. The most interesting part is that trainer Chris Waller already saddles up the favourite Nobu as well as Stardome and Romani Girl. Costas was a good thing beaten three starts back and atoned for the unlucky run next time with a strong 1600m victory. And his last start 3rd placing behind Wolfe was full of merit as he got flushed out early and worked hard while the winner and runner-up patiently waited and pulled the trigger at the right time. That was his first go at 1900m, and he’ll take improvement from the run, and he must have come on significantly to justify scratching from Wednesday’s winnable event. 
Result (unplaced)

Race 7 - 3:10PM FUJITSU AIR CONDITIONING HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
Another one for Chris Waller with NEW UNIVERSE looking hard to beat here. The Darci Brahma gelding caught the eye first-up from a nine-week break and went into the black book. He then tackled the Scone Cup (1600m) and was caught three deep without cover throughout but battled gamely to finish 1.5 lengths from Special Missile. He’s drawn deep on Saturday as he drops back 200m in distance, but with fitness on his side now, I’m anticipating he’ll take a forward position and prove hard to hold out.
Result (3rd - $3.60 for the Place)


May 4


Race 3 - 12:50PM TAB HIGHWAY CLASS 3 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
AL MAH HAHA was a good thing beaten last start after sitting three deep without cover for the trip and coming four wide on the bend with top weight of 62kg. Despite the tough run, he just kept coming over 1200m following a four-week break, and he now steps back up to 1400m which is the distance he won the Country Championships Qualifier over. Apprentice Jean Van Overmeire goes aboard and gets the horse in with 2kg less than last time and that will make a big difference late as he digs deep in the straight. 
Result (4th)

Race 4 - 1:25PM ATC HERITAGE CENTRE TOURS HANDICAP (1800 METRES)
Chris Waller has a few engaged here and NOBU looks the best suited. He was freshened-up with five weeks between runs as he dropped back from 2400m to 1550m. He started to chime in early and looked a bit one-paced in the straight before picking up late and claiming 2nd prize. He’s looking for further and gets it now, and last time he met stablemate Re Edit, he had that filly covered. He’s placed in all three runs at the track and all three have been at a distance which is too short. 
Result (1st - $6)




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