Rosehill Preview April 29 – Saturday Best Bets & Tips

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Rosehill Tips 29/04/2023

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



Race 7:  No.11  MONEY FROM THE SKY  ($5.60 with BoomBet)

The Mark Newnham-trained MONEY FROM THE SKY is second-up here and boasting a strong fresh record, he looks well placed here to make an impression at his first run around the Rosehill track. Last start, the Frankel gelding was fresh off a lengthy six-month absence when he beat all but one home in a BM72 over 1400m at Warwick Farm on a Soft 6 that day. Conditions are forecast to be similar at Rosehill as Tyler Schiller is booked for his first ride on the four-year-old. He is a two-time winner when second-up and the 1500m looks ideal for him. With a trouble-free run here, he can give this contest a real shake.



Race 5:  No.8  KIPSBAY  ($5 with Ladbrokes)

The Nathan Doyle-trained KIPSBAY returns to Sydney here and looks a solid chance of turning things around in this contest. Last start, the Capitalist gelding was disappointing when finishing unplaced in a Class 6 Hcp over 1200m at Eagle Farm as a $2.40 favourite. He was vetted after the race but no abnormalities were found. Prior to that, the four-year-old had won four-straight. Back to Rosehill where he is a track and distance winner, Kerrin McEvoy has the reins here and fitter for two runs back, he looks well placed at the weights and should prove hard to beat.



Race 6:  No.7  NAVAJO PEAK  ($4.20 with Bet Right)

Locally-trained by David Payne, NAVAJO PEAK is in outstanding form of late and will take some beating in this contest. Last start, the Irish-bred gelding was third-up when he took out an Open company Hcp over 2000m at Doomben. Making the trip north of the border for the one-off event, punters sent him out a $2.40 favourite and with Ben Thompson aboard, he didn’t disappoint. He now boasts nine top-two finishes from his 13-start career to date and this looks no harder. Kerrin McEvoy has steered the four-year-old to victory twice previously and has the job again for this assignment. Back on soil, he looks in the mix.