Rosehill Preview & Best Bets – 11/11/2023
Rosehill Tips for Saturday, November 11
Our form expert provides Rosehill tips for Saturday’s horse racing at Rosehill Racecourse and gives his best bets.
BEST BET 🏆
Race 9: No.1 GRINGOTTS ($2.40 with bet365)
Maher & Eustace saddle-up GRINGOTTS here who has found the podium eight times from his nine career-starts and even up in weight here, he still looks the one to beat. Last start, the Per Incanto gelding did it the hard way but still arrived in time to claim victory in a BM78 Hcp over 1400m at Randwick. The Handicapper has treated him kindly here, allocating just 2kgs more to carry against a similar field over the same trip. Sam Clipperton takes the reins a with Tyler Schiller fully engaged at Flemington for Stakes Day. The four-year-old maps to settle mid-field with cover and given an even run in transit, he should prove hard to hold again.
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Race 3: No.3 SPIRIT QUEEN ($3.95 with BoomBet)
The Maher & Eustace-trained SPIRIT QUEEN is second-up here and boasting a most impressive resume, looks the one most likely to take home the chocolates in this contest. During her six-month break she left the O’Dea & Hoysted camp and moved into the Maher & Eustace stables and first-up, the Spirit Of Boom mare beat all but one home in a BM72 Hcp over 1000m on the Kensington course at Randwick. She arrived just a little too late that day but stepping up in distance here and fitter for that fresh run, sha can certainly entertain in this event. Perfectly drawn in gate three, Jason Collett sticks with her and will give her every chance.
BEST VALUE 💰
Race 8: No.7 DEMOCRAY MANIFEST 💰 ($9.20 with BoomBet)
Chris Waller saddles-up several contenders here as we run with the ever-consistent DEMOCRACY MANIFEST who is always a winning chance at this level. Last start, the Flying Artie gelding raced without any luck when he finished strongly to cross the line in fourth place (beaten half a length) in the Five Diamonds Prelude over 1500m at Randwick. He had plenty in reserve at the finish so the 1800m shouldn’t be a problem here. Nash Rawiller is one from one with the five-year-old and is back here to shoot for a second win. He has drawn wide but will settle in the field anyway and just needs a touch of luck to weave through the pack and be in a winning position at the right time. Rock-hard fit after four runs back now, he looks great value in this contest.