Warwick Farm Preview & Best Bets – Wednesday September 14 2022

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Warwick Farm Tips 14/09/2022

Our form expert provides Warwick Farm tips for today’s horse racing at Warwick Farm Racecourse and gives his best bets.



Race 3:  No.2  JUST A JEDI  ($4.20 with bet365)

Rosehill galloper JUST A JEDI is three starts into this preparation and now looks set to bring up his first win this time in. Last start, the five-year-old gelding was bridesmaid again when he finished second in a BM72 Hcp, here over the mile trip. He finished strongly that day, covering the final 600m, 5.3 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this field. He steps-up to the 2140m today which looks ideal at this time in his preparation. Brenton Avdulla has been with him this entire campaign and sticks with him today. He is already a winner at the distance and his four starts at the Farm have all ended in podium finishes. That’s a solid resume for this contest and he looks a genuine winning chance today.



Race 5:  No.4  WILLINGA RUFIO  ($2.40 with Unibet)

The Mark Newnham-trained WILLINGA RUFIO resumes today and on fresh legs looks set to give this contest a real shake. Last start, the Dundeel gelding ended his three-start campaign by beating all but one home in a BM72 Hcp over 1800m at Rosehill. He the trip out, 2 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this line-up. He has trialled twice since then, winning his most recent effort at Canterbury. He sees Warwick Farm for the first time today with Tyler Schiller sticking with him. He looks a promising type and has already won when first-up. Going off his trial form, he should prove hard to beat here.



Race 6:  No.17  LINDERMANN  ($19 with Palmerbet)

In an open affair here, its (currently) $5 the field and now that he has secured a start, the Chris Waller-trained LINDERMANN looks a real chance at big odds today. Last start, the Lonhro colt was fresh off a 13-week spell where he impressed by beating all but one home in a BM64 Hcp, here over 1200m. He settled in the box-seat and slipstreamed the leader to the turn. He then chased the front-runner all the way to the line, but his condition gave out under his 59.5kgs and he had to settle for second prize on the day. Kerrin McEvoy is aboard today and has some work to do from gate ten but if he can cross early and find cover, the three-year-old is in with a big chance at odds in this contest. Already a winner when second-up, he looks well worth an each-way ticket here.