Read our best bets for Saturday’s races at Rosehill below:
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Race 2. (12:40) CFMEU Mining Handicap (1300m)
Chris Waller has a big opinion of this runner which looked classy when winning last start.
The filly by Fastnet Rock was last approaching the turn at Canterbury before producing a big turn-of-foot to score by over two lengths.
It was an impressive turn of speed for the three-year-old and that will likely win her many more races to come.
Race 4. (14:00) Turner Freeman Handicap (1800m)
Black on Gold was finishing stoutly behind Interlocuter last start and that’s form that should stack up very nicely this spring.
The four-year-old ran the quality thoroughbred to within a length and that came after scoring a 1.3-length win at Warwick Farm prior to that.
His only disappointing runs came over the staying distances, but the 1800m should work out perfectly and he carries only 53kg with Kathy O’Hara in the saddle.
That makes him a good bet in this and we’re expecting those odds to shorten.
Race 6. (15:25) The Lidoran Group Handicap (1800m)
Punters have stopped riding the Carzoff train after another close defeat last start, but the $6 on offer is too good to pass up.
The Waller-trained French import has finished second in three of his four Australian starts, but he was putting in the big bounds late last start and the rise in distance looks ideal.
He placed behind Collateral over this distance last preparation and it’s about time he broke his Australian duck.
$6 is worth the risk and the $2 to place is a great investment.
Race 9. (17:40) Bradford Solar Handicap (1400m)
Chris Waller looks set to dominate at Rosehill on Saturday and he could end the day in style with New Universe.
The four-year-old gelding looked a good chance last start, but he hit a flat spot in the straight and he couldn’t pick up My Country.
With that run under his belt he should be fitter for this and he’s unbeaten from two second-up starts. His record at Rosehill is also top quality and he just needs some luck from out wide to be a featuring in the finish.