Rosehill Preview July 22 – Saturday Best Bets & Tips

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Rosehill Tips 22/07/2023

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



Race 5:  No.2  BRUDENELL  ($2.80 with Ladbrokes)

The Kris Lees-trained BRUDENELL has come back as good as ever and third-up here looks the best of the day. Last start, the Russian Revolution gelding came off a first-up win, here in BM72 company and almost made it back-to-back wins when he beat all but one home in a BM78 Hcp over 1100m at Randwick. Settling in front, he travelled well but couldn’t hold off the challenge of Insurrection, taking home second prize that day. Already a winner when third-up and successful at the track as well, the three-year-old is ideally drawn here (in gate three) and with Tim Clark aboard, looks set for win number six.



Race 9:  No.7  SWEET RIDE  ($7.50 with bet365)

The Annabel Neasham-trained SWEET RIDE is second-up here and ticks enough boxes to suggest he will play a major role in the outcome of this contest. Last start, the Deep Field colt resumed off a lengthy nine-month absence and returned to the track at Caulfield where he wasn’t disgraced, finishing fourth in the Group 3 John Monash Stakes over 1100m. Beaten just 1.5 lengths on the line, he should find this event a lot easier as he makes his return to the Rosehill track where he is already a two-time winner at the track and distance. Fitter for that first-up run and down in grade here, the three-year-old should be prominent at the finish.



Race 10:  No.4  KALINO  ($8 with Palmerbet)

The Chris Waller-trained KALINO resumes off a 17-week spell and boasting a sound fresh record, is capable of figuring here at odds. Last start, the Pierro gelding ended his last campaign finishing a close-up fourth in the Group 3 Star Kingdom Stakes, here over 1200m. He box-seated to the turn, then had no luck at all, trying to secure a run between horses and did well to finish as close as he did, beaten just over a length on the line. Since returning to work, he has placed in two trials and is a two-time winner when first-up. Brett Prebble has his first ride on the four-year-old and with better luck in running, he could prove hard to hold out on fresh legs.