07/12/19 – Saturday Horse Racing Tips for Rosehill

We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Rosehill which features nine quality betting races.

There are no major races on the Rosehill card this Saturday but plenty of great form races.

Punters are getting good value across all nine races and we’re excited for the Saturday card.


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Rosehill horse racing tips

Race 1. (13:15) Drinkwise Plate (1100m)

#1 – Hinchbeast @ $2.90 – Bet Now

Punters had to be impressed with Hinchbeast on debut and he could be a nice type in the making.

Trained by Bjorn Baker, the two-year-old colt scored by a half-length after showing terrific barrier speed from the outset.

We’re expecting that form to stack up beautifully for the future and he’s going to get all favours off the inside draw with Hugh Bowman riding.

Race 2. (13:50) Hyland Race Colours BM70 (1800m)

#7 – Remuera – Bet Now

Remuera comes into this with form in Queensland, but her confidence is up and that’s a positive.

The Chris Waller-trained four-year-old scored by a narrow margin at Eagle Farm two back before scoring more comfortably at Gold Coast last start.

The 1.5-length win was a nice effort and she’s good enough to beat this field. It’s a field which contains three Waller-trained runners, so consider.

Race 3. (14:25) Tab Highway Handicap (1800m)

#1 – Gunga Din @ $4.60 – Bet Now

Gunda Din is a three-time winner from 11 starts which could improve on a recent third placing at Canberra.

The four-year-old didn’t fire when eighth at Rosehill two back but he didn’t get all favours in the run.

Nash Rawiller rides here and having a senior jockey in the saddle could make all the difference.

Race 4. (15:00) Graeme Ferris BM78 (2000m)

#3 – Mangione @ $3.10 – Bet Now

Mangione is a Chris Waller-trained four-year-old which is drawn to get an ideal run in transit.

The son of Fiorente should enjoy running off the inside barrier with Nash Rawiller in the saddle and he could improve on some solid recent form.

He comes into this with back-to-back placings and every chance to get back into winning form. He scored a win at Gosford three back, so consider on that run.

Race 5. (15:40) Bisley Workwear BM72 (1500m)

#8 – Bigboyroy – Bet Now

It might have been a dead-heat win for Bigboyroy last start, but he still made it consecutive wins this season.

The Waller-trained gelding scored a massive win two back when winning by 4.8 lengths and he did enough to tie for the win last start.

Take nothing away from that performance and he gets into this race nicely on the weights at 55.5kg.

Tough to beat and punters should get value odds.

Race 6. (16:20) Tab Venue Mode BM78 (1350m)

#6 – Lucicello – Bet Now

Lucicello is another quality Waller-trained runner which wasn’t helped by the slow pace up front last start.

The three-year-old filly is a three-time winner from eight starts, which looked good winning on this track last month.

Should be paying nice odds in a tough field and we’re expecting a return to form.

Race 7. (17:00) Elderton Homes BM88 (1100m)

#5 – Invictus Salute – Bet Now

That was an impressive win from Invictus Salute last start and she’s good enough to kick on with it now.

The four-year-old mare was dominant in the straight, scoring by just under a length and that came against some good opposition.

Being on the quick back-up is an interesting decision but it could pay off for connections and punters.

Stick with the form runner.

Race 8. (17:40) Schweppes BM78 (1200m)

#9 – Burning Crown – Bet Now

Burning Crown has rattled off consecutive wins and he could win another. The Sue Grills-trained four-year-old rises in grade for this but gets in nicely at the weights.

He carries only 54.5kg after winning by 3.8 lengths two back and backing that up with another tidy effort at Newcastle last start.

Tough to rule out winning form so include him here at value odds.

Race 9. (18:15) Rosehill Bowling Club BM88 (1400m)

#4 – Outrageous – Bet Now

The Hawkes-trained gelding was a good winner two back and he could bounce back after a moderate last start.

He’s a son of All Too Hard which scored by 1.3 lengths on this track on November 2 and he just got too far back in the run at Newcastle.

Draws barrier three for this run and with Hugh Bowman in the saddle, he’s going to be tough to hold out.


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