Wicklow (Rosehill Race 9 No. 13)
This three-year-old Twilight Son gelding trained by Chris Waller has three wins and two places from six starts. He ran on strongly to find the front at the 150m and raced away for a 1.79 length win on soft going over 1800m at Rosehill on 5 June, then found the front at the 250m and kept going for a 1.59 length win on a heavy track over 1800m at Rosehill on 19 June. Is going for a hat-trick at this track and distance, and should win.
Admit It (Rosehill Race 3 No. 9):
This four-year-old gelding trained by Graham Brown at Warwick Farm has four wins and six places from 17 starts. He took over at the 250m and only went down late for 0.8 length 2nd over 2000m at Kembla Grange on 29 May, which was his 4th runner-up in a row. Last start he was first past the post over 2400m at Warwick Farm on a heavy track on 14 June but was disqualified when the rider weighed in light. He gets in better at the weights this time against rivals he beat then and looks a great each-way chance with something to prove.
Fastconi (Rosehill Race 4 No. 4):
This three-year-old Nicconi gelding trained by Chris Waller is the early favourite in this 3YO BM 72 handicap over 1100m. He took over at the 150m and kept going for a 1.47 length win in a field of 4 over 1100m at Canterbury on 9 June, then kept chasing on the heavy track for 2.57 lengths 4th over 1100m at Rosehill on 19 June, Others have better heavy track form and I’m prepared to risk him.
Our Terang Tips for Tuesday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is true. The best bet comes off a 9 length romping and looks every chance of going one better despite the rise in grade. Best Bet Galloping Guru (Terang Race 7 No.2) Galloping Guru atoned with 2 luckless runs and put a 9 length margin on them. Goes up in grade but looks progressive and can head to the front and prove tough to mow down. Expecting the support to come prior to
Our York Horse Racing Tips for Monday’s meeting. Comments The track is good and the rail is in the true position. Best Bet Trigger Finger (York Race 1 No. 8) Trigger Finger resumes from a 20 week spell and has started at York 3 times before for 2 places. Leading hope to break his maiden status. $2.70 Each Way Thinking Game (York Race 7 No. 8) He was overhauled late over 1940m
Our Sha Tin Horse Racing Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments There is a 10-race program and the rail is in the B+2 position. The feature is the Hong Kong Classic Cup over 1800m (race 7), which is the second leg of the Four-Year-Old Classic Series. The track should be Good with good weather forecast, and the first race is at 1 pm Hong Kong time which is 4 pm AEDT. Best Bet Helios Express (Sha Tin Race 7 No. 1) Helios
Our Pakenham Tips for Sunday's meeting. Key Comments The rail is out 7 metres the entire circuit. The best bet lines up on the back off some strong effort in a recent trial and looks well placed against these. Expecting those to run on and have their chance in the straight. Best Bet Egerton (Pakenham Race 2 No. 5) Trialled behind a lot of these and looked very good hitting the line with plenty of steam. The wide draw means it'll get back