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.

 

BEST BET 🏆

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.

 

NEXT BEST 🥈

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.

 

BEST VALUE 💰 

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.