Rosehill Tips February 20

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Shooting for the hat-trick here, SACRAMENTO has returned to racing in great touch and clearly looks the one to beat. Last start, the Pierro gelding made it look easy as he led from barrier to box in a BM88 over 2000m at Randwick. He covered the trip, 8.5 lengths quicker than benchmark which rates third-best here behind two who are first-up. Drawn in gate six, he should have little trouble leading this field and from there, dictate the race and tempo as he has since resuming. Sam Clipperton remains in the saddle and is yet to miss a podium finish in his four rides on the four-year-old. With almost half the field resuming here, the Tulloch Lodge galloper has had the benefit of three runs and should be at his peak for this contest.

 

Winner of his past three starts, PELTZER again looks the one to beat. Last start, the So You Think colt was fresh off a 15-week spell when lining up in the Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m). Sitting just behind the pace, he did best in the run home to win by almost a length on the line. He ran the fastest final 400m race sectional that day and his last 600m, 4 lengths quicker than benchmark. Already a second-up winner, he can only strip fitter from that first-up win. Tim Clark is tree from three in the saddle and remains aboard here. From gate five, he maps to be on the pace and with a trouble-free run looks right in the mix.

 

Yet to salute this preparation, the Gary Portelli-trained SPACEBOY gets another opportunity to shake that monkey and get the cash here. Last start, the Deep Field gelding gave his all but still found one better on the day, taking home second prize in a BM94 over 1000m at Randwick. He ran the fastest final 200m race sectional that day and covered the trip, 6.7 lengths quicker than benchmark, the best in this line up. Kathy O’Hara (understandably) retains the ride here after partnering the gelding to four wins and as many minor placings from 10 previous rides. He maps to be right up on the pace here and provided he can slot-in somewhere close to the fence, he should have plenty left to give in the run home. The four-year-old deserves a change of luck and it could happen right here.

 

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