Sportsbet have got their markets out for racing this Saturday, and we have tried to find four runners that appears overs in betting.
Rosehill Race Two Number 9 Elm Court ($6.50):
Matty Dale trains this daughter of Mossman, who was a drifter in betting when resuming over the 1175m at Albury but despite the market saying she might need the run, she absolutely bolted in, winning by a space with a bit in hand, ran time, and that form has been ticked off with two subsequent winners. Confident this girl can measure up. Bit surprised he isn’t favourite.
Rosehill Race Three Number 12 Jazzland ($7.50):
Kristen Buchanan trains this progressive stayer, who resumed over the Warwick Farm mile where he just had to force the issue earlier than Parr would have liked given the tempo was a crawl, and in doing that, gave the perfect drag up to the eventual winner Vega, but he stuck on really well in defeat. Up to 1800m, he can land on speed, get rolling and give them something to chase given he was strong at the end of 2100m last prep. Think he will only run well.
Rosehill Race Five Number 8 Transmitter ($11):
Transmitter looks set for a really good campaign. James Cummings trains this filly, who hasn’t raced since January 23 at Canterbury when proving too good, just, for her rivals despite getting the sweet steer from Bowman. That was 1250m and I reckon at that stage of her career, that was a stretch. Looks to have come on big time with the prep under the belt if the two trials are anything to go by. One to beat for mine and double figures looks clear overs.
Rosehill Race Nine Number 9 Monsieur Sisu ($17):
Gee I think the $17 is a silly price. Talented four year old for Paul Cave that resumes off the back off an okay Summer prep, where he was thrown in the deep end on a number of occasions and ran okay without really measuring up. 1400m fresh tells me enough work has been put in for the resumption and his two trials leading in, both resulting in wins, have been good.