Horse Racing Tips: Best Bets for Rosehill Gardens with Shayne O’Cass
Superbly bred mare Juan Diva can overcome her large draw and return to the winner’s box. BEST BET, INTERNAL MAIL
Daily Telegraph analyst Shayne O’Cass gives his best bets and runs every race for Rosehill Gardens.
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Race 6, n ° 2: JUAN DIVA
Pierro daughter of Péron; the shadow has no chance of not having won first. The wide draw is the only possible negative point for an otherwise perfect setup.
Race 4, n ° 3: PIPPALI
Finished last – but close – in the Golden Pendant of Group 2 here last start. Stakes quality mare, placed to win on Wednesday.
Race 8, n ° 5: DANCING GIDGET
She’s tackling a very good field but there aren’t many horses doing better than her in Sydney lately.
Race 5: 4
Race 6: 2.9
Race 7: 2
Race 8: 3,4,5,6,8
Exacta Race 2 No. 4 Kiss Sum to beat No. 3: Performance
JOCKEY TO FOLLOW
Jason Collett has enough punching power to win Wednesday’s TAB Jockey Challenge, 14 years under a day after his first race.
THE INTERNAL MAIL FOR THE GARDENS OF ROSEHILL
John O’Shea is the master of the Savabeel breed and has real success here in the Champions League where the first two dams both won Group 2 races at the age of two. As for the Champions League, he made a lot of ground to be beaten with a neck by the future winner of Stakes Thousand Years in Kembla. White Glove Test, the filly from Ingham / Waller, was very good in her debut behind Yearning, nothing less considering she was 1400m – one try. Nice horse. Caboche also sent some very encouraging signs in his first run.
Bet: Champions League to win, quinella 10.13
Most sane people expected Kiss Sum to win at Wyong, but the way he won was probably not as widely expected. You don’t see too many gorse returning early on this trail and winning on the way out again, ears pricked. It’s of course a much better field today, but this horse could still win all four pillars. The decision to freeze Depiction certainly had the desired result. Exceed And Excel’s son Godolphin just blew them up first. Harder here. Headliner was a finalist for Stay Inside in its early days.
Bet: Kiss sum to win
Reformist was $ 81 to $ 61 in his first run for Edward Cummings in a Saturday race at Randwick on September 4 and ran accordingly. To think he was only two lengths away from victory. The form guide says he ran the last of 13 there two weeks later, but it wasn’t really that bad. Good rough. Waller import Agrimony is impossible to line up as it debuts today without public trials. The form reads well; market watch essential. Shibli is doing really well this preparation. His confidence would be at its highest now after this Gosford victory.
Bet: Reformist in every way
Pippali, the granddaughter of Golden Slipper winner Polar Success, raced at this same venue 11 days ago, but it was in Group 2 Golden Pendant. She ran last from $ 9 to $ 101 but two things; one is that she was only beaten by three and a half lengths and two, all the horses in the race basically stayed in their positions from start to finish. Fifteen Aria just ran out of place on the last start at Gosford when he finished second behind Margie Bee. Third run for her today – home, bon voyage, McDonald’s, etc. Seduction Queen, likewise, is third and on its way to a peak.
Bet: Pippali winner, quinella 2,3
Mightybeel is a reasonably close relative of Might And Power who would have turned 28 on Wednesday. As for Mightybeel, this gelding trained by Chris Waller was a big first drifter when he was fourth to his stable mate Shibli in Gosford. In short, this is not a Gosford horse. Trained here and his only win came second and he rushed. Speaking of Might And Power, Enduring Night was raised by Nick Moraitis. This mare is known to come back and rush home. Kuzco Lad will be difficult to pass if left alone.
Bet: Mightybeel to win, exacta 4 to beat 0
Juan Diva is nominated for the Nivison at the weekend, which seems fair enough considering his level and what some black guys would do for his worth. As for Wednesday, the only negative is the draw, but I thought the same about Vancouver and Farnan in their slippers and watch how it went. The Masked Mare is a much better mare than her price. She will probably come home and go home; the little field certainly helps. Fumiko has won two of her three starts and has J-Mac / box 3. Molly Nails is also handy.
Bet: Juan Diva will win, Masked Maree every way
Shadow Bridge is a very fast horse whose outlook increased dramatically after pulling the first barrier. Galloper Godolphin Jerle was disappointing at best in the front row at Newcastle. Must have improved, but he was second behind Doubtland in kindergarten, but by four lengths. The point is, it’s handy on its best day – handy enough to win a midweeker. I wonder what old Drachenfels can get out of here.
Bet: Shadow Bridge to win
Others may disagree, but there are plenty of horses that have tried their best in Sydney in recent weeks than the Ingham / Waller Dancing Gidget mare. It’s also worth noting that she ran for the lead three times for two wins and a second. On top of that, she’s won twice here at Rosehill. She’ll definitely know she’s in a race if her teammate April Rain is around. Barrier one / J-Mac is undefeated (2v2) on her. Bergen could be the big eruption here; he really could.
Bet: Dancing Gidget up for grabs, Bergen in both directions, Duo Nos, 4,5