No spam ever. Unsubscribe in one click. By submitting your email address, you indicate your consent to receiving email marketing messages from us.

Roughies Tips - 3 roughies to back at Flemington on Saturday July 6

Adam Cusworth in Free Tips 5 Jul 2019
  • There is plenty of value with Saturday racing at Flemington 
  • Here are three to consider at each-way odds. 
Sirius Suspect (PA Images)

Racing is at Flemington for Finals Day on Saturday July 6 and there are nine races in store. 

We have looked through the fields and picked out the best three roughies to back for the day, each-way. 

Race 7 - 3:30PM All Victorian Sprint Series Final (1200 METRES)
Race 7 at Flemington is the Sprint Series Final and an each-way contender is SIRIUS SUSPECT. The former Darren Weir galloper has had three runs for the Saab Hasan stable and was 3rd after working hard to find the lead over the distance two starts ago before sticking on for 4th over 1400m at his latest. He should be nearing peak fitness after those runs and has won four times over the 1200m, while he wasn't too far away down the straight two runs ago. If he can find some cover in the early stages he can threaten the favoured gallopers at the business end. 

Race 8 - 4:10PM VRC-CRV Winter Championship Series Final (1600 METRES)
The Winter Championship Final is the feature at headquarters on Saturday and it is RADIPOLE that should be the improver. The Michael Moroney-trained galloper comes out of one of the key lead ups to this when 4th to Blazejowski over the 1400m at Flemington on June 8. In that race the six-year-old was resuming off a 25 week break and chased solidly after settling in a midfield position. He has performed well when second up in he past, winning two and placing in a further three of seven. He will get a perfect run from barrier 4 and it will be no surprise to see him in the thick of the action at the business end. The $21 represents value. 

Race 9 - 4:44PM Rivette Series Final (1600 METRES)
The final event of the day is the Rivette Series Final for the fillies and it is KISS AND CRY that can be an improver back to a drier track. The Mick Kent-trained galloper won two on the trot in weaker company at both Seymour and Mornington then headed to Sandown and could only manage 3rd behind Tides on the Heavy over the 1600m. However, that run was her first in six weeks and she may have been a bit underdone. The daughter of Dundeel is a sneaky chance at big odds here. 


Share this with your friends

To:
From:
Your comments:

Roughies Tips - 3 roughies to back at Flemington on Saturday July 6

There is plenty of value with Saturday racing at Flemington and here are three to consider at each-way odds.

Read more »

You have unread messages

You have unread messages