Rosehill Preview June 17 – Saturday Best Bets & Tips

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Rosehill Tips 17/06/2023

Our form expert provides Rosehill tips for Saturday’s horse racing at Rosehill Racecourse and gives his best bets.

 

BEST BET 🏆

Race 5:  No.7  FAWKNER PARK  ($3 with Bet Right)

The Annabel Neasham-trained FAWKNER PARK is unbeaten in two starts on Australian soil and looks set to make it a hat-trick here. Last start, the Zoffany gelding franked his Australian debut victory with a comprehensive win in a Class 3 over 2040m at Doomben. He gave nothing else a chance that day, taking over inside the final 200m and going on to score by almost three lengths. He comes to Sydney now and has Chad Schofield in the saddle and with a trouble-free run here, he should prove hard to beat again.

 

NEXT BEST 🥈

Race 7:  No.10  BOLD MAC  ($5.50 with Palmerbet)

Chris Waller saddles-up three runners here with BOLD MAC looking the best of them to take home the Cup. Last start, the five-year-old was third-up off a nine-week break when he finished fifth in a BM94 Hcp, here over 1800m. Unlucky that day, he finally saw daylight inside the last 200m and finished strongly, beaten 1.5 lengths on the line. Already a two-time winner at the track, he should be rock-hard fit and ready to play after those three starts. Jason Collett has the job here where the gelding does no early work from gate one. With better luck, he can give this a real shake.

 

BEST VALUE 💰 

Race 8:  No.3  MIRRA VIEW  ($7 with bet365)

The Team Snowden-trained MIRRA VIEW is third-up here and looks well placed to bring up career-win number five. Last start, the More Than Ready mare was second-up off a lengthy 21-week break when she gave them a galloping lesson, taking out a BM78 over 1400m at Randwick. Full of running, she was ridden a treat by Reece Jones and had too many guns (at the weights) in the end, crossing the line 1.5 lengths in front of them. The weight advantage has gone here but fitter for two runs back and Reece Jones sticking with her, she still looks in the mix at odds.