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Rosehill Tips March 23 - Expert tips and Saturday best bets

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 18 Mar 2019
  • 3 to 4 best bets for Rosehill each meeting.
  • Previous results included.
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Rosehill Tips - March 23


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Previous Rosehill Tips:


March 16


Race 1 - 1:00PM CATANACH'S HANDICAP (1350 METRES)
I’m sticking with the Chris Waller-trained STAR OF THE SEAS who has been runner-up over 1000m and 1350m this campaign. On pace runners where favoured in his most recent start and it was a big effort to come from 9th on the turn and finish 2nd to Archedemus. Drops 5kg here and only has to carry 52.5kg which should see him charging home for Kerrin McEvoy.
Result (1st - $4.20)

Race 5 - 3:35PM CHANDON S PHAR LAP STAKES (1500 METRES)
QAFILA strikes me as an outstanding value chance in an open race. Having contested the VRC Oaks (2500m) in her last run for the spring, first-up over 1400m was going to be tough – but she won impressively. She finished 2nd in the Wakeful Stakes (2000m) in the spring beating home El Dorado Dreaming who is my top pick for the Group 1 Coolmore Classic on Saturday. First-up over 1400m she ran three lengths quicker than Jamaican Rain did on the day and she also lines up in the Coolmore Classic. Her Caulfield run was three lengths slower than Alizee’s time in the Futurity, and she goes into the All-Star Mile as favourite. All of those form references are strong, and at $14, she’s over the odds at a great each-way price. 
Result (4th)

Race 7 - 4:50PM COOLMORE CLASSIC (1500 METRES)

Result (2nd - $4.80 Place)

Race 9 - 6:10PM ANZ BLOODSTOCK NEWS HANDICAP (1900 METRES)
Team Hawkes should have some fun with SUPERNOVA who was very impressive last start when making his Australian debut. He settled well back in the field and worked home strongly to finish two lengths behind Sondelon over 1500m. He won his maiden first-up over 2240m at Goodwood and then won a 2400m ratings 85 race at Doncaster before finishing runner-up to Charlie Appleby’s Ghostwatch over 2800m at York. He’s sure to improve over further this campaign, and his second-up record suggests he’ll improve on Saturday. 
Result (1st - $4.40)


February 23


Race 1 - 12:50PM TAB HIGHWAY HANDICAP (1100 METRES)
The Sue Grills-trained BURNING CROWN can get punters off to a good start following a blistering barrier trial that has him primed for his first-up assault. The son of Helmet won by six lengths on debut which was also five lengths quicker than the BM62 at Gunnedah on the same day. He then won a class 2 at Scone before charging home from way back when beaten 1.9 lengths in 3rd at Randwick. He’s strengthened up and returned in great order and won his 1000m barrier trial at Tamworth in 0:56.96. He was under a strong hold throughout and maintained his gallop for 200m past the winning post and that leaves no doubt that he will be strong over 1100m first-up. If Tommy Berry can slot him in three pairs back on the outside, he’ll simply be winning this.
Result: 4th

Race 2 - 1:30PM CHANDON S SILVER SLIPPER STAKES (1100 METRES)
The Golden Slipper favourite, Tassort, resumes from a spell and has been installed as the $1.70 favourite and I’m keen to take him on. Yes, he may end up being the best horse in the race, but I’ve got an opinion of MCLAREN who has a slight fitness advantage with a run under his belt. I expected McLaren to win a bit easier when he kicked clear at the top of the straight last start, but he clearly needed the run and weakened late. That could be the case with Tassort on Saturday, and with McLaren stripping fitter, he looks as a danger. 
Result: 4th

Race 3 - 2:05PM RANVET HANDICAP (1350 METRES)
An open race with the in-form Archedemus and Star Of The Seas laying claims, but it’s hard to ignore the form around I GOT YOU who makes the trip from Melbourne to Sydney. The four-year-old Hard Spun gelding is trained by Joseph Waldron at Te Awamutu in New Zealand where he has strong form. He won his maiden when first-up before finishing 2nd to the Bostonian in the Listed Sir Colin Meads Stakes (1200m). The Bostonian has won seven from 11 and was most recently runner-up in a Group 1. I Got You charged home first-up at Caulfield to finish 3rd behind Mystkyo and Redcore, and Mystyko has subsequently finished 2nd to Intuition in a BM90 at Flemington, while Redcore was an impressive winner at Sandown last week. I Got You looks set to improve second-up over the longer trip, and at $9, he looks over the odds. 
Result: 4th

February 2


Race 1 - 12:50PM CANONBURY STAKES (1100 METRES)
MCLAREN is my early pick for the Golden Slipper as he’s the most talented two-year-old I’ve seen produced so far. The Exceed And Excel colt has been ultra-impressive in both barrier trials to date including a last start effort where he put seven lengths on his opposition in effortless fashion. It will take an extremely gifted animal to be beating him on Saturday.
Result (1st - $1.90)

Race 7 - 4:30PM EVENTS BY ATC HANDICAP (1500 METRES)
This is no easy task for the unbeaten GIRL TUESDAY, but she impressed in a recent barrier trial and the Waller stable would be keen to keep her unblemished record intact. She raced through the grades in her first preparation winning all four starts, and arguably her most impressive performance was when third-up at this track and distance where she won by 3.5 lengths. Two barrier trials have her prepped for this and she should be charging home in the straight. 
Result (unplaced)

Race 9 - 5:50PM RISE UP THIS AUTUMN HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
The first-up run of PARET was outstanding and he could be in for his best preparation yet. The lightly-raced four-year-old gelding settled toward the rear and was held up early in the straight and really only got clear in the final 150m where he made good late ground on Bon Amis over 1100m. Of Paret’s four wins and three placings, all bar one win have come at Rosehill, so he clearly goes best at this track. The extra trip suits and he’ll be finishing hard.
Result (unplaced)


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