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Warwick Farm Tips for Wednesday, September 20

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

 

BEST BET 🏆

Race 5:  No.3  LITTLE MIX  ($3.90 with Bet Right)

Annabel Neasham saddles-up LITTLE MIX here who has missed a podium finish just once in twelve starts and down in grade today, looks every chance of keeping that trend going here. Last start, the Mahisara mare was second-up and found the podium again by finishing third in a BM78 Hcp over 2000m at Rosehill. Chad Schofield was in the saddle that day and remains aboard for this assignment. She is an ever-consistent mare and looks well placed in easier company here. Already a winner when third-up, she looks the goods today.

 

NEXT BEST 🥈

Race 7:  No.6  PEREILLE  ($3.80 with BoomBet)

The James Cummings-trained PEREILLE hasn’t run a bad race in eleven appearances to date and ticks enough boxes here to suggest that won’t be changing today. Last start, the Fastnet Rock gelding made it 11-straight top-three finishes when he beat all but one home in a BM78 over 1200m at Randwick. In a four-horse fight to the finish, race-favourite (Garza Blanca) nosed him out of the major prize that day. Zac Lloyd steered him to his maiden victory five starts back and returns today looking to go two for two in this contest. Drawn much better in gate two here, he does no early work and with a clear run to the line, he should prove hard to hold out.

 

BEST VALUE 💰 

Race 1:  No.4  KAHAWATY  ($6 with Ladbrokes)

The Anthony Cummings-trained KAHAWATY found the podium after four starts this preparation and looks well placed here to give this contest a real fright as well. Last start, the Pride of Dubai mare took the step-up to the mile (off an unplaced run over 1250m at Canterbury) and after travelling back in the field, made up enough ground to snag third prize in a BM72 on this course. With Kerrin McEvoy on board, she carried 57kgs and still last on the turn, fanned four-wide and did her best work late with an eye-catching final 100 metres. McEvoy sticks with her today and a repeat of that performance should see her fighting out the finish here.