Rosehill Tips February 22
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Rosehill Tips – February 22
Race 3 – 2:05PM INGLIS SILVER SLIPPER STAKES (1100 METRES)
I’m willing to take Cellsabeel on here at the short quote. We’re getting to the serious end two-year-old racing in Sydney with most of these aiming to qualify for the Golden Slipper. The only unraced horse in this field is NORTH PACIFIC, and he’s the one I’m willing to chance my arm on. The Brazen Beau colt impressed in a recent barrier trial where he made good ground behind Farnan, and North Pacific looked to be in first gear as he lengthened stylishly. Team Hawkes know the right two-year-old to target the Slipper with, and this one may be the pick of their lot.
Race 4 – 2:40PM TAB MILLIE FOX STAKES (1300 METRES)
WHITE MOSS had been trialled extremely well and ran above expectation first-up when finishing two lengths from Standout and half a length from Alizee in the Expressway Stakes (1200m). Alizee franked the form with a win in the Apollo Stakes, and Kolding who was 4th in the Expressway tackles the Group 1 Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday. White Moss has won three from four second-up attempts and has improved by around seven lengths in two of her past three second-up runs. Her equal best effort was when going 10.2 lengths quicker than BM when second-up over 1200m on a Soft 7, and with similar track conditions on Saturday, she looks hard to beat.
Race 6 – 3:50PM PARRAMATTA CUP (1900 METRES)
One of the sneakiest chances of the day has the be the Chris Waller-prepared EASTENDER. I backed this horse at massive odds for the Melbourne Cup last year but his preparation was scrapped after one run. He resumed in the Bowness Stud Mile (1600m) and was far from disgraced finishing 2.5 lengths from some dead-set mudlarks in Gaulois and Hallelujah Boy. They went an unbelievable 25 lengths slower than BM to the 600m and backmarkers had absolutely no chance yet Eastender made good ground late and was actually in front 100m past the post. He’s won three from five second-up and will appreciate stepping out to 1900m. I’m guessing the Sydney Cup will be his main aim, so it may pay to have something on him for it now before he hopefully wins on Saturday.
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