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Australian racing tips – Wednesday 28 February 2024 – Rosehill

Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday’s racing coming your way from Rosehill on 28 February 2024.

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Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Wednesday’s racing coming your way from Rosehill on 28 February 2024.

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Best Bet: MARE OF MT BULLER (Race 5)
Value Bet: SOLDIER OF ROME (Race 7)

Jackpot (race 4 – 7)

















Cost: R54.00

Race 4

LIMBURG has finished second in his last two starts, the latest over a mile, beaten just a head. He tried to go from jump to wire that day and from his wide draw fourteen, he is likely to attempt similar tactics today.

CORMAC T in turn has finished third in his last two outings, the latest over nine furlongs, also beaten just a head, but those runs were in Ireland, and he has his first run in Australia after a 27-week break. He has had two barrier trials, winning the latest and his top yard will certainly have him ready on the day.

SERIOUS BLUE is a 3-year-old filly taking on the boys, but she jumped awkwardly and had to be steadied off the heels of another runner at the 400M mark when finishing fourth on debut over seven furlongs, just a length and a half behind the winner. She would have learnt from that experience and with the natural improvement that can be expected and jumping from a handy draw four, she should be included in all bets.

Race 5

MARE OF MT BULLER goes for her hat-trick after victories over seven furlongs and the latest over 1500M by a head. She jumped awkwardly that day and came four wide into the home straight, but finished strongly to record a well-timed victory. She has a useful draw two and could give champion jockey James McDonald the first two winners in the day’s Jackpot and is taken to be the best bet on the card.

WAIKATO GIRL has consistent formlines to her name and followed up her penultimate run victory over seven furlongs with a second-place finish next time out over the same trip, just a head back from the winner. She was returning from a 13-week rest on that occasion and whilst drawn the widest of them all in gate ten, she could prove to be the biggest danger to the top pick.

OUR GOLD HOPE had her consistency rewarded with a neck victory last time out over seven furlongs. She jumped awkwardly in that event, bumping another runner and came three wide into the home stretch, but stayed on well over the closing stages. The form of that race has been franked and she has her peak run for her new trainer and after returning from a 13-week break. The filly has pulled gate three and should be involved in the finish.
Race 6

LOVERO is a 5-year-old mare taking on males, but she has won two of her last three outings, the latest over 1100M when putting three and a half lengths between herself and the opposition. She was returning from a 23-week spell that day and she finished sixth in a subsequent barrier trial. From a cosy draw two, she will be hoping to chalk up her fourth career victory today.

INTRODUCING jumped awkwardly and was returning from a slightly shorter 20-week absence when finishing fourth last time out over six furlongs, 2.8L back from the winner. He faces a wide gate thirteen, but nevertheless, he should not be lightly dismissed.

BALKANS was returning from a 15-week rest and had nothing go his way when ending up in fourth spot last time out over five furlongs, 1.7L off the winner. He jumped awkwardly bumping another runner, raced three wide throughout and then shifted out at the 250M mark, so that effort is best ignored. The gelding will have to negotiate a wide draw ten, but gets the services of non-claiming apprentice, Zac Lloyd, son of ex-SA champion jockey, Jeff Lloyd to aid his cause.

Race 7

The day’s value bet, SOLDIER OF ROME has won two of his last three starts and went from gun to tape to claim a head victory in his latest outing over seven furlongs. The colt will have to negotiate a wide gate twelve, but he is likely to adopt the same frontrunning tactics today and could prove hard to reel in.

KOKORO is seldom far off the action and although recorded as finishing sixth last time out over 1500M, he was just two lengths back from the winner, this after jumping awkwardly bumping another runner and coming the widest of them all into the home stretch. The gelding has a wideish draw eight but will be having his peak run after returning from a 15-week break.

IRONTON finished strongly when winning first time out over six furlongs, albeit by just a short-head and the form of that race has stood up well with two runners out of that contest subsequently winning. The colt would have come on further with that run under his belt and although drawn wide in gate eleven, he should be doing his best work late under Zac Lloyd.

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