Sky Racing form analyst Brad Davidson will run the rules for every race, including suggested bets, at the Rosehill Gardens meeting on Saturday.
Forms: NSW Racing Thoroughbred complete forms. Includes video replays and everything you need to know about every horse, jockey and trainer. Find the winner here.
Tracking: Soft 5. rail: truth
Overview: One race still has a little work to do, but it looks like an open TAB highway as usual. Mr Eighty Eight, Sky Diamonds, Jalmari, Radiohead, Syrian Star and Rebels Edge all have their claim, and the chances don’t stop there!
advice: A wide range of exotics to kick off the day.
Overview: It is an attractive race with plenty of angles. The court was fantastic at the start last time in Canterbury. The cruel summer wishes for rain, but when it does, chances are. he’s trying well All Machiavellian is super fast up and here you can see him running a cheeky race from inside his draw. Also claimed by Cool Lad and Adios Steve.
advice: Côté wins, but Cruel Summer (if wet) and all-Machiavellian (if dry) can do well with the odds.
Overview: This tricky race. Hameron had a bit of a disappointing start last time, but he only hit his usual flat spot and picked up his form in the closing stages. Alcyone hopes it rains and he was in the wrong part of the track last start. Bride and Quality Time have both taken overwhelming wins in their previous starts, so they must have a chance either way.
advice: There isn’t much between these. Hameron is defeated.
Overview: Cadre Du Noir has just flown recently and looks to be beaten again here. He doesn’t mind some rain. Hermann Hesse has returned to his last start, but he hopes to get the track relatively dry so he can claim it again. Grove Ferry and Fun Fact seem to be next in line, but happily he sides with Cadre Du Noir.
advice: Devoted to Cadre du Noir.
Overview: Even this is a race. Solar Apex has a very new record and he needs to ride behind the turn home to run really well. We’re building this campaign well and we’re backing it up quickly here. Finepoint and Arctic Thunder are also mixed.
advice: Solar vertex at odds.
Overview: Intriguing race. I think it all depends on what kind of run Best Of Bordeaux does, but if he can roll in the lead, it should be hard to catch him. Opal Ridge should creep up wherever he goes. Even if she wins, I don’t want to lose the race. A Swiss exile next in line and he was too bad not a last start.
advice: Opal Ridge’s Best of Bordeaux.
Overview: A very open filly race. I know she was big odds on her last start, but Electric Girl insists if it doesn’t rain. The 1400m was right and she set up well to her 3rd. Paraisipan was in great form and she loved her final start in the 50m. Extra travel suit. Nimarie, Espiona (first disappointment), and Statantes are also all chances to win.
advice: Electric Girl if the track is dry.
Overview: Track patterns and conditions appear to be important here. In Secret had a very last start but she had a perfect run and everything went well. I don’t think she wants too much rain. The Golden Mile was very strong at the starting line last time, so he brought that different form his line here. Fireburn and She’s Extreme come to life as soon as it rains, but the Victorian form of Jacquinot must be respected as well.
advice: In Secret you can beat it, but when the truck gets heavy, Fireburn is the perfect opportunity
(Predicted in the air as I type this).
Overview: From a betting perspective, I don’t mind this race. Surf his dancers have been flying around lately and I think this is a good fit for him to come forward. He should be bright and hard to catch. War Eternal’s profile is Quick He finished 3rd in backup and in the final prep he finished 4th with Randwick Guineas his 3rd. Ellsberg has a big claim, but looks like his bet is too short, while Old Flame and Rustic Steel are in similar boats and claim.
advice: Surf Dancer and War Eternal win.
Overview: An open race to end the day. Fire missed the start last time and has done a few things wrong in the race. But he has the talent to win this. Tristate are on track with this preparation and look poised to take another step forward to third place, but Starman and his A Very Fine Red should also have their fans. The Winning Verse also has a claim on odds for each method.
advice: Winning verses perform well at the odds.
first published as Extended preview and tips for Rosehill Gardens by Brad Davidson
Brad Davidson talks what he chose for Rosehill Gardens
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