Latest Rosehill Tips

Rosehill Racecourse Info

Location James Ruse Dr, Rosehill NSW 2142
Circumference 2048m
Width 20m
Length of Straight 408m
Direction Clockwise

About Our Rosehill Tipster

Steve Bennett is RacingBase’s resident form analyst for all New South Wales meetings. Focusing on one state (NSW) gives Steve an edge when it comes to knowing the form of each and every runner going around in NSW. His Rosehill Tips generally include a Best Bet, Next Best and Best Value, and sometimes he will throw out an extra tip or two if something appeals.

Steve and the rest of the RacingBase team used a comprehensive data subscription to provide them with information and statistics that aren’t available to the average punter due to the high cost of acquiring the information. We pass that information on to the punter in form of benchmark (BM) performance ratings which are calculated against historical data for each track, distance, conditions, wind speed and more.


Rosehill Group 1 Tips


Quick Tips for Finding a Rosehill Winner

  • Some jockeys and trainers have a much higher strike-rate at Rosehill so it’s important to know which jockeys and trainers to follow.
  • It’s hard to lead all the way at Rosehill when the rail is in the true position so look for run-on types.
  • If the rail is out 4+ meters, on pace types are better suited.
  • Four sweeping bends at Rosehill favour runners drawn on the inside.
  • Barriers 1 to 6 have the best strike-rate and account for 70% of all winners but this is also impacted by historically low field numbers.
  • When the track is heavily rain-affected, jockeys tend to steer their horses to the outside in the home straight.

Tips for Betting on Rosehill Multiples

Daily Double

The Daily Double is a great way to add some excitement to your day at the races. It’s offered at all race meetings and generally the fourth and third last race of every meeting. Punters need to pick the winner of both races and are able to select any number of runners in each leg.

The Daily Double generally doesn’t pay much so it’s important to limit your selections to just a couple of runners in each leg. But if you’re lucky enough to nail the Daily Double, it can be a great way to boost your winnings. So if you’re feeling lucky, be sure to give it a go.

 

Treble

The Treble is an extension of the Daily Double and is usually offered at the fourth, third and second last race of each meeting. The Treble will more than likely pay more than the Daily Double but this isn’t always the case if a favourite takes out the third leg. If you’re backing a hot favourite in the first leg then it may be worth taking some outsiders as well just to be safe.

Another good strategy is to back two big priced runners in the first and second legs with a banker in the third. This way you’re guaranteed a profit if you win the final leg. However, you choose to play it, the Treble is an exciting bet that can pay big dividends if you can pick winners. Good luck!

 

Quadrella

For punters looking to take home a big payout, the Quadrella, or “Quaddie,” is often the target. Consistently offering payouts in the thousands – and sometimes even tens of thousands – the Quaddie takes place in the last four races of the day.

To have the best chance at winning, punters should pick a few horses with limited runners in two races, then go wide in their selections for the remaining two races. It can also pay off to include a few “roughies,” or long-shot picks, in the mix.

When a roughie comes through, it can mean jackpot-level payouts. With a little strategic planning, the Quadrella can be a lucrative bet for any punter.


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Rosehill Tips FAQs

When Do Today’s Rosehill Racing Tips Go Up?

With Rosehill being a main metropolitan meeting, our Rosehill tips are live on racingbase.com.au two days before each meeting.

 

Are Rosehill Race Tips Free?

Yes. All Rosehill tips on racingbase.com.au are free to view with no subscription required.

 

What type of bets do your tips cover?

Our Rosehill Tips and Best Bets usually cover a Best Bets, Next Best and Best Value as well as Quaddie Tips.

 

Do you have any other advice for betting on Rosehill races?

Check the Quick Tips for Finding an Rosehill winner above for a few handy pointers.

 

How do I know your Rosehill tips are any good?

We employ our expert Rosehill tipster to only cover NSW horse racing so he is more familiar with horses, trainers and jockeys stats. Our tipsters use a paid data subscription that gives them an edge over the average punter. So you know the information you get in our tips is valuable information.

 

What big races are at Rosehill?

Golden Slipper Stakes day at Rosehill is Australia’s biggest race day and also features The Galaxy, the George Ryder Stakes, the Rosehill Guineas and Ranvet Stakes.

 

Can you take food into Rosehill Racecourse?

Patrons are not permitted to bring their own food and/or drinks to Rosehill Racecourse.

 

Can kids go to Rosehill races?

Children under the age of 18 years attending the races accompanied by a responsible adult gain free entry to the racecourse.

 

What time do gates open at Rosehill?

Gates for General Admission usually open an hour before the first race.

 

What is the best train station for Rosehill Racecourse?

Parramatta: The closest train station to Rosehill Gardens is Parramatta where you can connect with regular route buses to get to the racecourse, including: Route M92 bus service: Services leave from Parramatta Station Interchange, Stand A2, and drop off on James Ruse Drive opposite Prospect Street.