We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Rosehill, which features seven quality betting races.
It’s a twilight card at Rosehill this Wednesday. Seven good betting races are on offer for punters and we could see form out of this meeting hold up in Saturday grade.
We look at the best bets for the Rosehill card.
Rosehill horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (15:10) Thw Agency Real Estate Maiden (1100m)
#3 – Hinchbeast – Bet Now
Hinchbeast has a great name and he could make a winning debut at Rosehill.
The Bjorn Baker-trained two-year-old comes into this having won a trial at Warwick Farm by two lengths. There was plenty to like about that performances and it could translate to race day.
His first trial was a fourth behind Blaze A Trail, which has performed well in the Golden Gift and he should be well-backed to win this.
Race 2. (15:45) Bowermans Office Furniture Maiden (1900m)
#6 – Pincer – Bet Now
The Waterhouse/Bott team lines up the gelding which has yet to miss a placing from four race day starts.
He’s a son of Redoute’s Choice which should be enjoying the rise in distances and although beaten over 1900m last start, it was a nice result.
He has finished within 1.5 lengths of the winner in all four starts and given his impressive breeding, he’ll be breaking maidens soon.
It could come here and it could pay to follow any positive market moves.
Race 3. (16:20) Ribchester @ Darley Maiden (1400m)
#2 – Miyake – Bet Now
Punters should expect better from Miyake after two disappointing runs to date.
The Chris Waller-trained three-year-old finished sixth on debut before finishing ninth at Hawkesbury.
Both were a little under par, but it’s good to see James McDonald in the saddle and he’s bred to get better with more racing under the belt.
Getting the inside draw is ideal and there are no superstars in this field, so he won’t have to be a champion to break maiden grades.
Race 4. (16:55) Iron Jack BM64 (1100m)
#7 – Aquitaine – Bet Now
Aquitaine is yet to win a race but it’s only a matter of time. The James Cummings-trained filly finished fourth behind Betcha Flying last start and it has since won at Flemington during the Spring Carnival.
The well-bred daughter of Exceed And Excel has been prepared with a trial win at Warwick Farm and that holds her in good stead for this.
Drawn well in barrier two and having James McDonald in the saddle is only going to help her chances.
Clear top pick in a good race.
Race 5. (17:30) TAB BM70 (2400m)
#1 – Miss Moana – Bet Now
That was a tough win over a similar field at Randwick last start and she’s a mare in form.
The four-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo has won two from three starts this time in and she scored by two lengths last start.
Rising in weight could be a detriment to her chances, but Chris Williams takes weight off her back and it could be enough to see her win again.
Trainer John Sargent knows how to get it done with his stayers.
Race 6. (18:05) Press Statement @ Vinery BM70 (1400m)
#3 – Orcein – Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the four-year-old gelding which is getting closer to posting another win.
The well-bred son of Snitzel has won only two of his 21 starts, but he was good late when third at Randwick last time out.
That bodes well for a nice run here and it’s not the strongest BM70 field you’ll ever see.
Punters should be getting each-way odds.
Race 7. (18:40) Rosehill Bowling Club BM70 (1500m)
#7 – Rockarosa – Bet Now
Rockarosa flashed late to win at Gosford last start and the form out of that has stacked up very well.
Second behind Rockarosa on that occasion was stablemate Bigboyroy, which has since scored by many lengths at Canterbury on Friday night.
She will need some luck from barrier eight but she has shown a good turn-of-foot and that’s a nice asset to have.
Goes close in this.