Midweek racing is on at Rosehill and Sandown this Wednesday where the fields are full of quality thoroughbreds.
We have done the form to find our best bets for both meetings and we wouldn’t be surprised to see this form stack up nicely in stronger grades.
Rosehill free tips & form
Race 1. (13:25) Pride Of Dubai Yearlings Maiden (1100m)
#7 – Moreno – BET NOW
Chris Waller lines up the son of Charm Spirit and the booking of Hugh Bowman should tell punters all they need to know here.
Waller has never been the type to thrash his horses at the trials and punters should overlook his sixth at Rosehill behind Covert Ops. He might have finished 7.1 lengths behind the winner but expect a much better showing come race day.
Race 3. (14:35) Tab Rewards BM74 (1800m)
#4 – Bring The Magic – BET NOW
He has three runners in the field but Chris Waller could have his best each-way chance with Bring The Magic, which has cost punters plenty her last two starts.
After scoring narrowly fresh up at Randwick, the three-year-old filly ran second as the $1.90 and $2.75 favourite in two subsequent runs. They were still solid efforts and bookmakers should have her at nice odds in this strong race.
If James McDonald can find cover from a tricky barrier, she should be right in the mix.
Race 4. (15:10) ANZ Bloodstock News BM76 (2400m)
#6 – Latin Light – BET NOW
Defeated many of these with ease last time out at Warwick Farm and given that he drops in weight for this, he looms as a major winning threat.
That made it consecutive wins for the Ad Valorem gelding which has excelled up in distance and that is likely to continue here.
Gets no troubles from the inside draw and he should be at competitive odds.
Race 5. (15:50) All Too Hard @ Vinery BM70 (1300m)
#10 – Debate – BET NOW
Tidy win on debut at Gosford before being put away and rested for six months. The Hawkes-trained three-year-old filly obviously needed some maturing after her debut effort and she should have come back much stronger.
Being by So You Think, she has plenty of improvement to come and drawing barrier four with only 55kg on her back makes it that much easier.
There’s no debate about whether she possesses talent.
Race 6. (16:25) Bowermans Furniture BM70 (1400m)
#13 – Call Me Royal – BET NOW
Dual-acceptor which looks a good chance in this if she lines up. Trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, the filly has looked good winning her last two starts impressively.
Her first win came by 1.3 lengths when breaking maiden grades and she followed that up with a 2.5-length win at Canterbury.
She’s looking to continue the legacy of the ill-fated Sebring and she should do a good job.
Race 7. (17:00) Events By ATC BM76 (1500m)
#12 – Kolding – BET NOW
Another from the Waller stable and this colt is well weighted and looms as a strong chance if he brings his best form.
The son of Ocean Park exited maiden grades only three starts back and this is a rise in grade after placing at his last two, but dropping from 58kg to 55kg is ideal and McDonald could get him over the line.
Should be at each way odds.
Sandown free tips and form
Race 1. (15:30) Ladbrokes BM64 (1600m)
#3 – Liveinthefastlane – BET NOW
Only went down by under a length at Werribee last start and she shouldn’t have lost any admirers with that effort.
Prior to that she scored by a length on the same track and getting the inside draw will allow her to settle nicely and use the rail to her advantage.
Small field shouldn’t be a problem for the well-bred daughter of Fastnet Rock.
Race 3. (16:45) Mypunter Maiden Plate (1300m)
#7 – Stocktaka – BET NOW
Mick Kent lines up the Tavistock gelding which ran nicely for second on debut and he’s only going to improve with more racing under his belt.
That came over the 1200m trip and stepping up to 1300m looks ideal here. He didn’t get much luck in the straight at Pakenham and that form looks likely to stack up well here.
Should be well favoured with bookmakers.
Race 5. (17:55) Spicer Thoroughbreds BM64 (1300m)
#8 – Permissive Star – BET NOW
Team Hawkes lines up the three-year-old by Zoustar which scored nicely on debut at Benalla and looks capable of going back-to-back.
The gelding scored by 1.5 lengths and although there were no superstars in the field, it should have strengthened him up nicely for this.
Should be heavily backed with bookmakers.
Race 7. (19:00) Polytrack BM70 (1500m)
#4 – Gold Mag – BET NOW
Despite some defeats of late, we’re sticking with Gold Mag as we know he has good ability.
The Lindsay Park-trained four-year-old looked brilliant winning his first two starts by big margins but he has been held in check since.
He ran 1.5 lengths behind subsequent winner Bravo Tango last start and considering that form has stacked up well, we’re prepared to continue picking him.
Craig Williams returns to the saddle and being in the clean air in barrier 14 could help.