Warwick Farm Preview & Best Bets – Wednesday July 27

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


Warwick Farm Tips 27/07/2022


Race 5 No. 9 REDWOOD SHADOW – ($4.60)

REDWOOD SHADOW can go a couple of spots better than a first up effort that saw him run 3rd behind Overlord over the 1300m at Warwick Farm on July 13. The former Victorian was having his first start for the Jo Pride stable and was specked at a price in the betting but didn’t enjoy much luck at all in the straight before finishing just under two lengths off the winner. He should have finished a bit closer that day and comes into this with the fitness under his belt at his second run. The son of Redwood has attracted support in the betting and gets the ride from Hugh Bowman, who provides a 25% profit on turnover when combining with the stable. 



Race 1 No. 9 MIYOSHI – ($5.50)

Solid debut performance from MIYOSHI at Warwick Farm over the 1100m on July 13 and no reason to suggest why the filly from the Robert Quinn stable can’t feature in the finish in this race. At her first up run she settled back in the early stages and made ground on the fence before getting out at the 300m mark and running on to just miss out behind Waverider Boy, while there was a three lenght gap back to 3rd. The daughter of Denman went 5.4 lengths faster than standard benchmark, which is eight lengths better than what any other horse in this race has produced in their careers to date. She gets the 2kg claim for Tyler Schiller and might settle a little closer this time around, while we know she handles the Heavy and the step up to the 1200m looks like it will suit. 


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Race 2 No. 1 SO UNITED- ($7.5)

Taking on The Milkybar Kid in Race 2 and it is the stablemate of the favourite, SO UNITED, that can give it a big shake. He was rock solid stepping up to the 2000m for the first time, setting a personal best by going 7.4 lenghts faster than standard benchmark when finishing runner-up behind La Chevalier in a BenchMark 78 at Randwick on July 9. On that occasion, the son of So You Think settled back and ran on to hit the lead at the 200m mark before just going down late in the piece. Interesting to see if Rachel King settled back again, given the improvement last time and he is another that gets through the Heavy.