Sydney racing selections: Rosehill tips for Saturday, June 19

Off to Rosehill this Saturday, and as of Friday night the rain has arrived, we’re looking at a heavy surface for a competitive card of winter racing. Dixie’s 2021 tally Outlay: 249 units Return: 356.50 units Stats are based on one unit being equal to a $1 win bet, New South Wales dividends. See the […]

Sydney racing selections: Rosehill tips for Saturday, June 19

Off to Rosehill this Saturday, and as of Friday night the rain has arrived, we’re looking at a heavy surface for a competitive card of winter racing.

Dixie’s 2021 tally
Outlay: 249 units
Return: 356.50 units

Stats are based on one unit being equal to a $1 win bet, New South Wales dividends. See the comments for any changes based on scratchings or track condition.

Sydney racing selections

Race 2: 6 Power Me Up (two units)
$23 was offered about Power Me Up earlier this week, that’s well and truly done with him into about 7s at time of writing. He looks the only speed horse and gets weight relief with Schiller’s claim, think it’s a great bit of placement to bring him to town for this. Wicklow is odds-on for a reason, he’s undefeated since arriving from the UK and is class, but he’ll have to get past a horse with no weight on a potentially sloppy track.

Race 4: 9 Vigorous Flow (one unit)
I think it’s worth forgiving Vigorous Flow’s flop last time, he drew wide and used some petrol to sit outside the leader. This Saturday he jumps from Gate 3 and should sit behind the leader Monsieur Sisu. From a similar spot two starts back, the Flow was too good for them in midweeks carrying weight. Worth a bet at 20/1-plus.

Kutayha is rated next-best for me but has no wet form, former New Zealand runner No Compromise is a risk as favourite up in weight and a risk in the conditions.

Race 5: 11 Miss Jay Fox (one unit)
There are a few ticks for Foxy at double-figure odds, she won well in the wet last start, is right down in weight and has a great barrier. She’ll probably lead and has Tim Clark riding as well, a definite plus.

Fastconi looks a nice horse but hasn’t won on heavy, same story with Escape Artist.

Race 6: 7 Royal Banquet (two units)
I had Royal Banquet a fortnight ago when having his first run in over a year, he missed the cash but was stuck behind a few going backwards in the straight. He’ll be better for that and has a five-length win on heavy, yes please. If Papal Warrior runs here he’s right in it, Count De Rupee is a good show as well.

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Race 7: 12 Approach Discreet (one unit)
Approach Discreet has been all around it this prep as he’s stepped out to this sort of distance, he does go up in class for this but gets a nice weight drop. Stockman looks the big threat and loves the wet, look out.

Race 8: 7 Katalin (two units)
Quite simply, Katalin looks a fair bit too good for these. It’s not really my thing to back a horse in her sort of range (about $2.30?), but her fresh win was great and this looks a similar proposition. Sahra and Miss Einstein are good chances and will appreciate the conditions.

Race 9: 17 Papal Warrior (one unit)
Papal Warrior is an emergency is separate races this Saturday, I’m hoping he ends up here as he rates nicely on top. He doesn’t win often but is fine in wet conditions and goes down nicely in weight. Oscar Zulu otherwise.

Good luck and be safe. I’ll be at the computer, please hit me up with any questions or comments.

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Harness racing selections: Saturday, June 19

Two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with Tabcorp Park Melton and Albion Park getting my attention. My best bets for the respective programs are down below. Tabcorp Park Melton Best bet: Race 1 Number 9 Cool Water Paddy I was keen on him last Saturday night and he was beaten. he seemingly had […]

Harness racing selections: Saturday, June 19

Two meetings to look at on Saturday night, with Tabcorp Park Melton and Albion Park getting my attention. My best bets for the respective programs are down below.

Tabcorp Park Melton

Best bet: Race 1 Number 9 Cool Water Paddy
I was keen on him last Saturday night and he was beaten. he seemingly had every chance but he was fresh off a trip from Tassie and perhaps just lacked that hard fitness. Good lead that Alford sticks from last weekend and the depth here compared to last Saturday isn’t as strong. Butter up one last time.

Next-best: Race 9 Number 4 Hopeful Beauty
A very progressive mare that is heading in the right direction and she can continue her winning ways. An outstanding win here two weeks ago, winning by a space and running really good time relative to the meeting. She’s got more upside than most and brilliant change up speed, enough to see her prove too good.

Value: Race 6 Number 8 Pick Up Line
A bit of a throw at the stumps at odds. I’d forgive her run from last Saturday here. She was part of an early speed battle before easing back for cover but the early burn just told late. Has a lovely trailing draw to use this time around, likely three-back on the pegs, and could sneak a place at a decent price.

Albion Park

Best bet: (Place) Race 3 Number 1 Our Balou
Spirit Of St Louis should lead and win, but at $1.2-$1.3, happy to look elsewhere for a bet and Our Balou to run top three looks an absolute lock. Recent efforts without winning have been strong and with the pole, he should be able to hold up early before getting cover behind Spirit Of St Louis. I’m keen on the place bet.

Next-best: Race 6 Number 6 Spankem
If ever King Of Swing is going to get beat in this Queensland prep, it’ll be this race given he is fresh with eyes on bigger prizes. Spankem is all class and can sit parked and still be effective, as we saw when he won here last Saturday. He’ll sit outside King Of Swing and those two should stage an epic battle.

Value: Race 11 Number 8 Red Castleton
Hoping we can get an each-way price about this guy. He resumed over the 2138m here two weeks ago and was good late without threatening after settling a fair way back in the run. He’ll take good improvement from that and over the longer trip of 2647m, he’s in with a massive shout.

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