Midweek tips for Rosehill and Bendigo
TRACK: Good RAIL: +7m
No. 2 Kaizad resumed with a nice effort behind a horse with some talent a fortnight back. From the outside gate, Adam Hyeronimus will have no hesitation taking up the lead again today and with what should be a rail position that will advantage those on pace, the fact we’re still getting an each-way price about this runner looks a great bet here.
Another leader we’re keen to be with here in the shape of the top weight, No. 1 Nordic Pride. Was very honest at this track and distance last start. The drop in grade only helps and some weight relief from Jett Stanley will make this gelding very hard to get past.
The two Waller runners hold the key interest here and No. 1 Chrysaor went up a big price at the double figure quote. The 3YO colt produced a strong Queensland Winter Carnival campaign before resuming in the Group 2 Golden Rose, where was just slightly outsprinted in a quality field. There is no Cylinder here and with Nash Rawiller taking over the ride, will be a great value play on this card. The clear and present danger is stable mate Carrazana, who is drawn for a soft run and looks a talented animal.
Another who went up big odds in early markets, No. 5 Ithadtobezou was well fancied before being a late scratching when resuming. Another leader who produced some good winning efforts on leader favoured tracks may well get the same run here and looks another good each way play.
TRACK: Good RAIL: True
We’re looking to cover a couple of runners here to kick off the deep Bendigo card – the first of which was the very impressive debutante No. 12 Roll On High, who savaged the line on debut. The other is the Yulong-owned No.1 Aztect State, who has been going through it’s gears nicely in it’s jump outs to date and looks primed to run a nice race at double figure odds here.
No. 5 Dulcet has been given plenty of time between runs, off the back of a nice debut at Geelong over a similar distance. The trial in between was behind star sprinter Uncommon James and from and inside gate for Mickey Dee it’s another who is currently double figures who we’re keen to play on an each way basis.
No. 5 Celui put in two nice runs before heading up to Sydney last summer to contest the Inglis Millenium. Jump outs this time in have been very positive and Damien Oliver should find the perfect position from gate 4, making this one of the better bets throughout the afternoon.
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