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Rosehill Betting Tips for June 1, 2024 - Race-By-Race preview for Lord Mayors Cup day

Last updated: 30 May 2024
Alex Marsh 30 May 2024
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  • Rosehill hosts a 10-race program on Saturday, June 1
  • Expert tips provided for each race, with top picks like Cripps Tonite and Emirate
  • Recommended bets: Emirate, Jedibeel, and Pisanello to win. Quaddie suggestions cover races 7-10
Rosehill Tips for 01.06.2024
The Listed Lord Mayors Cup headlines Saturday's Rosehill card. (Getty)

Rosehill host a ten race program on Saturday and our preview for June 1 is included below.
  • Rosehill Tips June 1
  • Race 1 - 11:00AM Midway Handicap Tips (1100m)
  • Race 2 - 11:35AM Ranvet Handicap Tips (1300m)
  • Race 3 - 12:10PM TAB Highway Plate Tips (1500m)
  • Race 4 - 12:45PM Egroup Protective Services Handicap Tips (1500m)
  • Race 5 - 1:20PM Bisley Workwear Handicap Tips (1100m)
  • Race 6 - 1:55PM Toyota Forklifts Handicap Tips (1200m)
  • Race 7 - 2:30PM Lord Mayors Cup Tips (2000m)
  • Race 8 - 3:05PM TAB Handicap Tips (1800m)
  • Race 9 - 3:40PM Precise Air Handicap Tips (1500m)
  • Race 10 - 4:20PM Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap Tips (1200m)
  • Rosehill Quaddie Tips:

Rosehill Tips June 1

Race 1 - 11:00AM Midway Handicap Tips (1100m)

Best: 4. Cripps Tonite. This resuming four-year-old profiles quite well, a sprinter who has won his last two first-up attempts and both were over this trip.

Well he's perhaps more effective on wet ground, his sole good track win came fresh last campaign and he took out a Randwick Midway later that prep.

That December 23 event rated well vs the BM78 on the card and with Restrictions having run on Thursday, there's a good chance that he gets the lead here.

Value: 8. Yiska. I'm not sure if they've found the sniper who got Yiska at the 150m mark last start, as he loomed into that Scone event with purpose.

Given all of his form is in the 1000m-1200m range, 1300m may have simply pulled him up on May 18 and this is easier than what he's been up against.

With the drop back in distance a positive this Saturday, he's going well enough figure, although he's a horse that generally needs luck.

Race 2 - 11:35AM Ranvet Handicap Tips (1300m)

Best: 1. Emirate. This Chris Waller-trained colt looks above average, a son of Zoustar who arrives here off a terrific debut win at Warwick Farm.

Emirate was a drifting fav ahead of that 1000m assignment on May 8 and he had the task ahead of him early, as the two-year-old missed the kick.

He showed the professionalism of a more seasoned horse when picking off runs to record a soft victory and in a modest two-year-old race, he's the one to beat.
Value: 8. Torn. The market may find this two-year-old going off his exposed form, with the colt not disgraced in the Spirit Of Boom Classic last start.

Torn was set too big of an ask in that Group 2, where he settled at the rear from a wide draw and that followed a debut second behind Don't Forget Jack.

That galloper remained unbeaten with a very stylish Doomben win on Wednesday and with a more economical run over 1300m, he's in the mix.

Race 3 - 12:10PM TAB Highway Plate Tips (1500m)

Best: 17. Zippo Idea. With the blinkers on and a nice form reference through Sonofdec two starts back, the early market was always warming to Rematch.

While he's a deserving fav, the Arrowfield runner was only fair third-up at Scone and this Rodney Northam-trained filly could be the better horse.

Zippo Idea has been building well without luck in two runs this prep and with a bit more intense here from gate four, she looks ready to peak over 1500m.

Value: 5. Cenotes. Given he was resuming over 1600m via the Scone Highway on May 18, we gave Cenotes a sniff at a big price and he was specked.

He was never in contention there after drifting a long way back in what was effectively another barrier trial and he'll only strip fitter from that.

Cenotes improved second-up last prep when third in a Rosehill Highway, while he hasn't finished out of the money in three second-up runs.

Race 4 - 12:45PM Egroup Protective Services Handicap Tips (1500m)

Best: 17. Wild Gypsy. This is a wide open race, with varying form lines and a lot of lightly raced types who could easily jump out of the ground.

At a big price, Wild Gypsy is an each-way contender, an Annabel Neasham-trained three-year-old who broke through last start on the Kensington circuit.

That followed a debut second at Kembla, where she lacked the turn-of-foot of Pippie Beach at 1300m and that winner then franked the form in a metro BM72.

Value: 5. Fearless Writer. This Victorian visitor is consistent and while she's effective over sprint trips, she needs 1400m-1600m at metro level.

She put in a cracker first-up over 1100m at Flemington before a third over 1200m on the same circuit, where she failed to settle after a messy start.

Her third-up form last prep through Lady Jones reads well and then after an unlucky Flemington attempt, she saluted over a mile at The Valley.

Race 5 - 1:20PM Bisley Workwear Handicap Tips (1100m)

Best: 10. Pisanello. This is clearly different set-up in regards to both the track and class rise, however, it's still a very weak race for Saturday standards.

Pisanello was super impressive last start at Scone, where he recorded the fastest last 200m of the May 17 card and he should've won by further.

The Godolphin three-year-old was gelded ahead of this prep and he was brave via his Wyong return, where he was narrowly beaten after covering ground.

Value: 5. Rush Hour. He took out a 500k Magic Millions event on debut early last year before a seventh-of-twelve finish in the Group 2 Skyline Stakes.

Rush Hour was off the scene for almost 12 months before resuming on February 3 and in a handy BM72, he was good despite the race shape not suiting.

He then won well before a Listed flop, with the three-year-old first-up here as a gelding and the Gosford trial win suggested that he's forward enough.

Race 6 - 1:55PM Toyota Forklifts Handicap Tips (1200m)

Best: 6. Dazzling Lucy. Another tricky race on a very tough meeting for punters is this fillies and mares sprint, which thankfully isn't a Quaddie leg.

Dazzling Lucy isn't the easiest to catch, however, the Victorian visitor has a touch of class and she's been freshened-up ahead of this second-up tilt.

The five-year-old caught the eye late in May 24 trial here and while she didn't record a win last year, she was competitive in stronger company than this. 

Value: 19. Valiancy. She didn't quite come up in a short spring/early summer prep, where the best run was her second-up third over this track/trip.

That form reads well enough for this and Valiancy looks set for good prep going off her Hawkesbury return, where she stuck on well after working.

Now back to a BM78 against her own sex, this is a little easier than that May 4 contest and from barrier five, she maps for a soft run on the speed.

Race 7 - 2:30PM Lord Mayors Cup Tips (2000m)

Best: 3. Waterford. He won four of his first five Australian starts and while he didn't exactly fall of a cliff, Waterford still wasn't able to progress throughout 2023.

Chris Waller has turned the gelding around, with the gelding saluting first-up over an-form Iknowastar and he was then unlucky when second in the Scone Cup.

2000m is an unknown, but it's worth a look given the start to the prep and somewhat surprisingly given his racing pattern, he saves his best for Rosehill.
Value: 9. Baby Rider. He put in a first-up shocker when contesting the Hawkesbury Cup, however, he's since won a tick-over trial.

Also, his form is much more consistent around this distance range and that includes an unlucky second-up appearance over this track/trip last prep.

Baby Rider was a Listed winner on Boxing Day with 57kg in arguably a stronger race, so he's well here with 54kg and he also maps nicely from gate three.

Race 8 - 3:05PM TAB Handicap Tips (1800m)

Best: 3. Unusual Legacy. There's obvious negatives on paper are the wide barrier and 3kg weight penalty, although that's been factored in to the price.

Unusual Legacy looked a good thing second-up at Scone and he duly saluted there despite a late betting drift, while he should only improve third-up.

He's a progressive stayer who needs galloping room, so you would take a wide passage over a suck run, especially given that he stays in the same benchmark.

Value: 12. State Of America. This is harder than what he faced on return at Midway level but that was still a big run and he is a second-up winner.

The son of American Pharoah rattled home from the rear in that May 4 event over 1500m and he's ideally placed stepping up to 1800m here.

He rounded out his last campaign with a third and a fourth at this level, so he can handle the class rise and both of those runs were over this distance.

Race 9 - 3:40PM Precise Air Handicap Tips (1500m)

Best: 5. Xidaki. I'm just leaning the way of this Team Snowden galloper, who is well placed down in grade and up in trip off a fair resumption.

He was specked at a price in that Group 3 Gold Coast Guineas attempt, where Xidaki didn't relish a testing Heavy 10 track but he handles soft ground.

That most recent appearance was his first time finishing out of the money and he's improving with racing, which was evident late in his summer campaign.

Value: 8. King Of Florida. This Chris Waller-trained import is on Australian debut and the four-year-old wouldn't need to be a world beater to get away with this.

The stable have an opinion of King Of Florida, a gelding who hasn't been knocked around in two May trials, although he settled well in that work.

It's a very thin BM78, even for off-season standards and he was competing in this distance range throughout his seven European outings.

Race 10 - 4:20PM Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap Tips (1200m)

Best: 8. Jedibeel. This Brad Widdup-trained sprinter was gelded ahead of this prep and following a strong market push, he landed good bets first-up.

With a more savvy ride, I think he goes back-to-back at Scone on May 18, as the winner was out and building momentum in the right part of the track.

At the same time, Jedibeel was under a hold and missed the boat as a result, and third-up in the same grade with a soft map, he can easily atone on Saturday.
Value: 17. Disneck. Bjorn Baker is getting to the bottom of Disneck, a galloper who needs to be ridden cold and left alone early before coming with one run.

He proved that over this track/third-up when circling the field to salute before dropping in trip at Scone and he did have excuses in that last attempt.

The three-year-old still found the line late on May 18 and now suited back to 1200m, he's among the main chances providing they can make ground.

Rosehill Quaddie Tips:

Race 7: 3,6,9
Race 8: 3,6,7,11,12
Race 9: 1,5,8,12
Race 10: 8,16,17,19

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Our best & value bets for Saturday's Rosehill meeting are:

Best Bet1: Emirate To Win @9/5 at Ladbrokes Australia - 4 Units
Best Bet2: Jedibeel To Win @11/2 at Neds - 3 Units
Best Bet3: Pisanello To Win @19/5 at Elitebet - 2 Units
Best Bet4: Cripps Tonite To Win @6/1 at betfair - 1 Unit
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