SAVACOOL, the Chris Waller-trained mare who strains up within the Listed $140,000 ATC Cup (2400m), is clearly the best-backed runner at Rosehill Gardens at the moment.
TAB Fastened Odds has reported a string of bets on Savacool since markets first opened on Wednesday with the in-form mare firming from $Three.10 into $2 favorite. A few of the greater wagers embrace bets of $500 at $Three.10, $1,000 at $2.90, $620 at $2.60, $708 at $2.40, $1,000 at $2.20, $1,800 at $2.10 and $500 at $2.
Waller, who additionally has Abdon and Exoteric within the function staying race, stated Savacool has finished nicely since her spectacular win at Flemington on Oaks Day.
“All of her runs this preparation have indicated she has come again very properly and clearly her type means that, too,’’ Waller stated.
“Kerrin McEvoy rides on the mild weight and she or he has drawn completely so she ought to be very onerous to beat and hopefully can achieve some black sort.’’
The 2-year-old opener at this time is a eager betting race with loads of help for the Waller colt, Krameric, the Gary Moore-trained first-starter Nuclear Summit and the Peter and Paul Snowden duo, Stronger and Strasbourg.
Peter Snowden stated Stronger undoubtedly runs immediately however Strasbourg is entered for the Max Lees Basic at Newcastle tomorrow.
“I don’t thoughts each of them, they’ve above common means,’’ Snowden stated.
Stronger has been well-backed from $11 into $7 whereas Strasbourg is agency at $5. Nuclear Summit, who can also be entered for Newcastle, stays favorite for the Rosehill race at $Three.80.
One of the best profitable obstacles at Rosehill Gardens for the final three years.
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TAB BIG BETS
Race 1: Krameric $Four.60-$Four.40-$Four.20, Stronger $11-$7.50 with bets of $200 e/w at $10/$Three, $500 at $9.50, $250 e/w at $7/50/$2.40, Nuclear Summit $Three.60-$Three.90 with bets of $1,200 at $Three.90, $200 at $Three.90, Athiri
Race 2: Mister Songman $13-$Eight.50-$9 after wagers of $250 at $13, $250/$100 e/w at $11/$Three.50, Skyray $9-$7.50-$Eight with two bets of $200 at $Eight.
Race Three: Nicconita $Eight-$5.50, Noble Joey $6-$Four.60 with bets of $500 at $6 twice, $500 at $5, $300 at $5, $200 at $5, $200 at $Four.60, $200 e/w at $Four.60/$1.95
Race Four: Savacool $Three.10-$2 with bets of $500 at $Three.10, $1,000 at $2.90, $620 at $2.60, $250 at $2.60 twice, $708 $2.40, $1,000 at $2.20, $1,800 at $2.10, $500 at $2, $400 at $2 twice, $300 at $2.
Race 5: Heartlet $11-$9.50-$10 with bets of $400/$200 e/w at $10/$Three, $375 e/w at $10/$Three, $300/$200 e/w at $9.50/$2.90, $200 at $9.50
Race 6: Pecans $Four-$Three.80 with bets of $600 at $Three.80, $400 at $Three.80, My Nordic Hero $7-$5, Monsieur Sisu $23-$19
Race 7: Deploy $6-$5.50, Invincible Star $Four.60-$Four.20 with bets of $400 at $Four.60, $250 at $Four.20, $220 at $Four.20, $200 at $Four.20, Marsupial $Three.60-$2.90
Race Eight: Drachenfels $Eight.50-$9 with a $1,000 wager at $9, Gresham $Eight.50-$7, Beau Geste $6.50-$5.50
Race 9: Gaulois $6-$Four.80 after bets of $400 at $6, $400 at $Four.80, $500 at $Four.60, $300 at $Four.60, Roman Son $51-$19 with a $500 guess at $26
Race 2: 2,6,9,11
Race Three: Four,5,Eight
Race Four: 1,2,Four,5
Race 5: Three,5,6
Prompt guess: $20
Guess proportion: 10.41%
Race 6: Four,Eight,9
Race 7: 1,2,Three,6
Race Eight: 1,Eight,9
Race 9: 2,Four,5,Eight
Recommended guess $20
Guess proportion: 10.41%
Monsieur Sisu (race six) is over the chances at $19. There’s a assured push for the Paul Cave-trained miler who has been aggressive in two runs again from a spell. This can be a big class check for him however he will get in on the Iimit. Good each-way probability.
Kapajack (race two) is a first-starter from Group Hawkes who makes his race debut in a Benchmark 78 on a Saturday which isn’t a simple process by any means however he has to date proven himself to own above common potential. A putting son of the mighty Lonhro, Kapajack was bought for $70,000 on the Magic Hundreds of thousands Nationwide Yearling Sale within the winter of 2017. The gelding has trialled 5 occasions courting again to February profitable two and putting a nostril second in the newest one when he seemed to have a lot to supply. Creates appreciable curiosity.
Gresham (race eight) is a Chris Waller-trained galloper racing in the identical colors as his sire, Sebring, who gained the 2008 Golden Slipper for Denise Martin. Gresham is greatest often known as a 1500m-1600m horse however he has carried out recent prior to now and the 1300m at house appears to be the perfect monitor and distance for the gelding. Gresham caught the attention and signalled his readiness with a closing 2.Three-lengths sixth of 9 in a current deep warmth at Canterbury over 900m on November 13. Monitor any significant market strikes. Hugh Bowman rides.
Charlayne (race two) was scratched from her scheduled engagement at Warwick Farm on Wednesday to run right here as an alternative. Like her stablemate Gresham, Charlayne can also be by Sebring whose offspring invariably share his penchant for delicate floor. That’s mirrored in the truth that considered one of her two wins was a mushy 5 right here at house the day she beat Drawback Solver and Sheikha. Charlayne has trialled and labored nicely since her final begin on June 2 notably her 1000m gallop on Tuesday morning in 1.06.7s, final 400m in 24.5s. Go nicely.
Savacool (race 4) is one in every of three runners from the Waller camp within the ATC Cup. The daughter of Savabeel left Sydney after a closing second to the in-form Sky Boy to go to Flemington the place she gained an 1800m Benchmark 90 with jockey Kerrin McEvoy within the saddle. McEvoy went to Rosehill to associate the mare in her gallop on Tuesday morning the place she strode over 1000m in a time of 1.07.2s, final 400m in 23.7s and a last 200m in 11.8s. Comply with up.
THE BEST BET
Revenire (race eight) is bursting to win a race. He appeared residence at Randwick two begins again solely to get ambushed late by Single Bullet. Overlook his failure at Flemington through the Cup Carnival. He’s higher suited again at Rosehill and the Godolphin group is flying.
Skyray (race two) was boastful profitable over 1000m at Hawkesbury in a tick over 56s when resuming. He got here from again within the subject and cruised previous his rivals, going shut to interrupt 32s for his remaining 600m. The Clarry Conners-trained sprinter has all the time proven capacity and may be prepared to understand that potential this preparation. He’s worth at $Eight.
R6: FESTIVAL STAKES (1500m)
Joe Satisfaction (coach) Pecans, New Tipperary: “Pecans has carried that weight in the past and won the Hawkesbury Crown, which was against the mares. I think you have to disregard his (New Tipperary) Randwick (Epsom) run as for some reason he never fires a shot there but he needs to turn that Hawkesbury form around.’’
Sally Snow (TAB): “My Nordic Hero impressed first-up and Hugh Bowman takes the reins, replacing Sam Weatherly. With that run under his belt he should be hard to beat. Monsieur Sisu gives away experience but can surprise from a soft barrier.’’
Glenn Munsie (TAB): “Quite like the value around Spectroscope here despite the fact it’s been a while between drinks for him. Loves the edge off track, although should be Good by now. Hasn’t really run a bad race for a while and his only two Australian wins have been here at Rosehill. Both runs this time in certainly good enough to figure here at $8 on offer.’’
Grant Palmer (bookie): “I’ve got My Nordic Hero on top after his good first-up effort at Rosehill. Gets a soft draw and Hugh Bowman goes aboard. Pecans won well first-up but I do have question marks about her second up form.’’
Blake Johnston (bookie): “Monsieur Sisu can give some cheek here third-up from a spell. He will lead and has been great at both runs back.’’
Terry Kennedy (Sky Sports Radio): “I’m going wide here and taking the big odds Monsieur Sisu. He’s been specked when finishing just behind the place getters in two runs this preparation and is now ready to win.’’
Verdict: MONSIEUR SISU
R7: STARLIGHT STAKES (1100m)
James Cummings (trainer) Marsupial, Badajoz: “I feel Marsupial is nicely weighted and I can see him storming to the line again. The jury is out on Badajoz but I think he is warming up to a good performance.’’
Sally Snow (TAB): “Sir Plush loves this course and indicated a return to form a fortnight ago. Is drawn slightly awkward but does have the favourite Marsupial outside him. Invincible Star was a one-time Everest contender and although she has struggled for consistency she does add interest.’’
Glenn Munsie (TAB): “The whole race revolves around Deploy for me. Comes back after having bone chips removed from both front fetlocks and is certainly classy enough to figure if ready. Had a couple of trials with his last one on Monday was basically to stretch his legs and pass his blinker requirements. Interesting watch in yard for Lizzie Jelfs.’’
Grant Palmer (bookie): “Spending To Win beat Eduardo first-up, who went on to win the G2 Caulfield Sprint. He then pulled up with throat issues at Sandown. Assuming he has come back fully fit, he looks a great each way bet, only missed a place three times in 20 starts.”
Blake Johnston (bookie): “Marsupial went straight previous Isurian, who has since gained. Will get again however might be charging from the again of the sector.’’
Terry Kennedy (Sky Sports activities Radio): “The case for Invincible Star is compelling, large class drop right here, she ought to lead simply and simply do additional in entrance. Deploy is terrific first-up and the hazard.’’
R7: WINTERBOTTOM STAKES (1200m)
John McArdle (coach) I’ll Have A Bit: “She’s as much as this grade, I’ve little question about that, whether or not it’s now or whether or not it’s within the autumn. Clearly Viddora goes to be arduous to beat. However hopefully there shall be loads of velocity on and she is going to be capable of rattle residence excessive of them.’’
Sally Snow (TAB): “Exhausting to go towards Viddora right here. Runson from the large gate ought to guarantee a strong tempo upfront, so she will get her probability to complete excessive of them. I’ll go vast and tip Ashlor and Valour Street as the risks to the favorite.’’
Glenn Munsie (TAB): “Velocity everywhere in the park right here so should search for one thing sitting again to have final crack. That runner needs to be the defending champ in Viddora. Every part units up properly for her at her first begin since failing within the Everest on a moist monitor, which she didn’t deal with. Trialled since and units up nicely the best way the race will probably be run.’’
Grant Palmer (bookie): “Malaguerra is a confirmed Group 1 sprinter who will get his probability to atone right here after being luckless within the Manikato Stakes. Gained a trial at Cranbourne and I feel he’s primed to run a big race at double determine odds’’
Blake Johnston (bookie): “I’m with I’ll Have A Bit right here after her two quick ending runs again from a spell. She is going to relish the additional distance and could be proper within the end.’’
Terry Kennedy (Sky Sports activities Radio): “I’m making a case for the Victorian raider I’ll Have A Bit, the reserving of Chris Parnham is critical, whereas the 1200m is one other big plus. The native Engaging Star has solely misplaced one in every of 9 and the house floor benefit is very large.’’
Verdict: I’LL HAVE A BIT