There are plenty of interesting betting prospects at Rosehill on Saturday amongst the competitive nine-race card.
With the rail out 3m the entire circuit and the surface continuing to dry towards a likely Good 4, punters will be able to bet with confidence on a true Rosehill surface.
We've previewed select races from the Rosehill meet which will hopefully assist punters finish the Spring Carnival on a high.
Race 6 Australia Turf Club Handicap (BM 78) 2000m
There will be early speed here from Red Knot (1), who has drawn the rail and will look to hold the lead.
Sky Boy (4) can cruise across from barrier four and sit outside Red Knot, with Nicochet (5) and Mazaz (8) likely to roll forward and position behind the leaders to ensure the race is run at a strong tempo.
Merovee (15),Highway (3) and Solo Mission (7) are all likely to be prominent in the run.
Miss Shanti (12) and Smokin' Pierro (9) both look as though they'll get the speed map favours beyond midfield.
Sky Boy has been working through the grades nicely. His last run was a dominant victory over Savacool, who franked that form by saluting on Oaks Day at Flemington.
There will be early pressure in this race, however, drawn perfectly in barrier four, it wouldn't be a surprise to see jockey Christian Reith sit one pair further back than last start and once again tear away down the straight. YES!
Smokin' Pierro is a blow out chance at $31 fixed odds. Trained by team Hawkes, the son of Pierro drops 8kg from his most recent run, which was an impressive second to the talented Rebellious Lord at Warrnambool.
This is a step up in grade, but with significant weight relief, there is no doubt he is well over the odds.
He looks a great place bet, if you're that way inclined.
Miss Shanti broke through last start and is set to get the run of the race off a solid tempo. She will have to sit a few pairs further back than her last start, but she does drop 1kg and will be flying at them late.
Solo Mission is a talented stayer from the Waller yard which is building an impressive record. He needs a dry track to produce his best, which he'll get on Saturday. Now fully fit, third-up from a spell, he could easily figure in the places.
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Race 7 The Agency Real Estate (BM 87) 1300m
There's only moderate early speed in this race, with the Richard Litt trained The Pharoh (7) likely to amble across to the rail to lead and dictate the speed to his liking in the small field.
The James Cummings trained duo Corsucate (8), and Gaulois (4) will be able to sit off the leader, with Pelethronius (3) and Tip Top (2) to sit one pair behind them.
The remainder of the field including second favourite Dyslexic (7), will drift back. These runners will need to produce a huge sprint to run down the on-pace runners.
Gaulois is yet to win first-up from four attempts but has placed three times. He's a level above these gallopers and looks to have comeback in fine order.
He has shown ability ridden amongst the first few runners, and if jockey Josh Parr can put him in on-pace, it's hard to see anything running him down.
Coruscate has been absolutely flying, winning three of four runs this preparation.
With a fitness edge over his stablemate, you'd expect him to make his own luck and roll forward to apply pressure on the leader as they turn for home.
Clear second pick and if the top-weight lacks fitness, he can get the win.
Dyslexic has had two career wins, both of them coming first-up. She missed a place when first-up this preparation on an unsuitable Soft 7 in the Group 3 Nivison at Randwick. Back to the dry is a plus, as is the drop in grade.
The big question marks are the inexperienced jockey Andrew Adkins and the lack of genuine tempo in the race. She could well be the best horse in the field, but she won't get the race run to suit and goes around without our money.
The Pharoh will get an easy time of it in the lead and is likely to give a strong kick on turning for home. The 3kg claim for apprentice Robbie Dolan is a huge plus and will ensure he stays in the race for a long way.
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Race 8 Oh No Darren The Big Five Oh Sprint (BM 78) 1100m
I've Gotta Nel (2) is drawn in close and will look to lead them up here but won't get it all his way, with Rockin' Ruga (12) and Sedition (3) likely to push forward and apply some pressure.
Bon Amis (4) will be afforded the run of the race from the gun draw, with the talented Chauffer (8) and Shikhing Glory (11) to both settle beyond midfield.
In what is a tough race, Bon Amis goes on top. He performed well below his best last preparation, but if he can find his best form, he'll prove far too good for this field.
Sedition retains the services of Josh Parr, which is a huge push for his chance of picking up a second-up win. His first-up effort was impressive, and a repeat of that will see him fighting out the finish.
Chauffer was competitive in Group 1 company against his own age last preparation and comes into this race first-up off a 131-day spell, without a trial. He's a talented type and if there is any money for him, it will pay to follow.
Shikhing Glory came of age in his last preparation, winning three of four starts over 1000m. He's a run on type who will relish the early speed, whilst his first-up record is solid with a win and a place from three starts. Goes in all exotics.
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Race 9 Rosehill Bowling Club After Party (BM 78) 1100m
There looks to be plenty of speed engaged here with Goldfinch (2) likely to jump and run them along.
Brook Magic (11),Absolute Ripper (12) and Can't Find Snippy (3) will all push forward, which will ensure a strong early tempo.
Back-markers will be afforded the speed map favours in the last race, with the likes of Sebring Express (5) and Seasons (12) well suited to fly over the top of them late.
Seasons looks to have more upside than her rivals and with even luck, she'll be winning this. With early speed expected, jockey Rachel Hunt who claims 3kg will only need to avoid traffic in the run to be winning.
Sebring Express wasn't suited when ridden cold at the tight Canterbury circuit last start. She'll be well suited with the pace on and will relish stepping out onto to the long Rosehill straight.
Drawn perfectly in barrier five, expect jockey Tye Angland to find a midfield position before peeling wide and flashing home late.
Smart Amelia won a BM81 at Rosehill when first-up last preparation and it's likely Bjorn Baker has his sights set on repeating that effort.
The 2kg claim for apprentice Sam Weatherly is a big plus. She'll be last on turning for home and will need to match motors with Seasons. If she gets the breaks and the other two don't, she could easily win.
Regimen has promised the world and delivered an atlas. She has been given a trial between runs and brings a strong second-up record into this race. She'll need to improve off her first-up run but is capable of doing so.