Here is your guide to finding a winner at Rosehill and Flemington this Saturday where almost $15million of prizemoney is up for grabs.
Sydney hosts the Five Diamonds, a $2million grand final for five-year-olds, while down south it’s Champions Day at Flemington.
TRACKWALKER INFO FOR ROSEHILL NOVEMBER 11
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“Rails in run should prove advantageous but, in the home straight the best ground is lanes 2-4. You don’t have to be on pace to win but cutting the corner and then threading through the pack will be the best play for off pace horses”
Who’s hot at Rosehill?
Here are four profitable stables at Rosehill over the past 12 months that have had at least 10 wins; Waterhouse/Bott, Pride, Neasham and Hawkes
Race 8 No.3 ANTINO
The Queenslander had no luck in three of his four Melbourne runs. The only race he got the breaks he went within a bees of winning the G1 Toorak Hcp. He’s a big, robust galloper and this looks his race
Race 7 No.1 SHANGRI LA EXPRESS
On our database, he has the highest rated performance of any two-year-old this season. But he’s got a shocking draw here. The 1100m start from Rosehill goes straight into a hairpin turn. We’re not suggesting you take the $2.20 on offer but, if he can win this, then he’ll be winning the Magic Millions in January.
Who’s hot at Flemington?
Over the past year James Cummings has struck at 18 per cent and has returned a healthy profit of $3300 if you’d placed $100 on every one of his runners
TRACKWALKER INFO FOR FLEMINGTON NOVEMBER 11
To be confirmed after Oaks Day but the early indications are that mid-field runners should be able to make ground in races over 1400m or further
Race 6 No.7 IN SECRET
Our review articles after The Everest and Cox Plate Day taught us two things; 1) In Secret recorded the best closing splits of the meeting on Everest day, and 2) Imperatriz rated down in the Manikato against what she’d done in two previous run. We’re taking the $5 about In Secret here as she’s unbeaten down the straight
THE HEAVYWEIGHT BATTLE OF THE CHAMPIONS MILE
Has to be the race of the day and which asset will prevail – the toughness of Alligator Blood on speed? The versatility of Mr Brightside or the devastating sprint finish of Fangirl? This is a race you simply can’t miss!
Race 8 No.9 DUAIS
After a career spanning across three decades that captured 129 Group 1 wins, this will be Damien Oliver’s final Group 1 ride in a Cup week carnival. Duais was desperately unlucky in the Cox Plate and what a way to go out for the GOAT by winning the Champions Stakes for a Cummings.
GET OUT STAKES – Race 9 No.9 KIN
When you arrive at the final race of the massive four-day carnival this mare will give you the tingles. She’s got a massive finishing sprint on her and hasn’t run a bad race up the famous Flemington straight. J-Mac and Cummings to finish us off. Good luck!
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