Check out our best tips and bets for Saturday racing at The Valley, Rosehill, Eagle Farm, Belmont and Morphettville.
All eyes will be on The Valley on Saturday to see how the track plays after the insider-biased recent meeting.
The track was moved back to its actual position and on Saturday morning it was rated well 4. Between 1-5mm of rain is expected in the afternoon. Wind will not be a factor.
Rosebud headlined the Rosehill Conference and the track got Good 4 on Saturday morning. The track is 3 meters away, it is expected that it will not rain. And the wind won’t be a factor.
Some of the latest big bets include a $5500 bet on Chorlton Lane (Rosehill R7 No. 9), $2500 on Cigar Flick (Rosehill R8 No. 5) at $5, and a $1000 multiple bet winning Pericles at $2.80 and $2.90 ( Rosehill R9 is not .2). For all big bets click here.
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Read: See examples and tips of the valley.
read: Katelyn Mallyon’s The Valley Tips
Read: Rosehill Preview and Tips
Read: Eagle Farm Examples and Tips
The Valley R7 No.2 Milford
Milford (2) has been a nightmare for a winning-only driver this season. But he raced very well. He’s run a truly eye-catching second and has been the winner in every start since then without a breakthrough. He would win with luck on this path the last time he started. And this is a very similar assignment. It’s a D-Day for him. But again he was worthy enough for him.
Mark Zahra (60 kg.) Michael Moroney 6yoG (bl) Savabeel x Courtesy
Very lucky (2) is the horse I want to track this spring. The former South Australian rider looks set to take it to the next level under Chris Waller and his two time trials have been superb. First came the finish under good control behind I Am Me, with Fangirl in third place.
James McDonald (60 kg.) Chris Waller 5yoG (b) Extreme Choice x Tamarind Lane
The combination of Tony Gollan and Jim Orman is currently unstoppable and now third (4th) Ashgrove is set to win. He has been working longer but only won his previous start on this trip and has had enough time to explain these things.
James Orman (57.5 kg.) Tony Golan 5yoG (br) Dundee x Affini
The Valley R9 No. 7 Rebel Factor
The Tasmanian visitor Rebel Factor (7) looks capable of upsetting here at $20. He won the recent time trials on a quiet note, but he must do very well at home for the Wells stable despite some cracks in the run. Competing like this for the first time That speed looks incredible on paper. And if he can keep up with the 3rd barrier, he’ll be dangerous late at only 51.5kg on his back. Conquering Stakes Campaign Listed
Carlene Hefel (53kg.) Leon Dean and Trent Wells 6yoG (gr) The Factor x Rebel Bride
Pure Fuego (4) should have finished much closer than he did behind Iron Will – formline brings a lot of that. It seems to be coming strong. But was prevented from running at the 150m and was never clear from that point. It’s in the Barrier 20 here, so luck is needed, but James McDonald is stuck.
James McDonald (59 kg.) Cameron Crockett 7yoG (b) Bullet Train x Super Lacuna
It’s been a long time since Liam Birchley trained a winner on Saturday, but Sheza Firecracker (14) has won the past two events on the Sunshine Coast and has a good record this trip. Cried 3 kg for Bailey Wheeler to get every chance.
Bailey Wheeler (56.5 kg.) Liam Burchley 5yoM (b) Your song x Sam’s melody
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