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Rosehill Betting Tips for June 15, 2024 - Race-By-Race preview for Winter Cup day

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Last updated: 13 Jun 2024
Alex Marsh 13 Jun 2024
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  • Rosehill hosts a ten-race program on Saturday, June 15
  • Key bets include 'Hopeful', 'Left Field', 'Hanau', and 'Vegas Outlaw'
  • Detailed race tips and expert insights for all races are provided
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Rosehill Tips for 15.06.2024
The Listed Winter Cup headlines Saturday's Rosehill meeting. (Getty)

Rosehill host a ten-race program on Saturday and our preview for June 15 is included below.
  • Rosehill Tips June 15
  • Race 1 - 11:00AM Chandon Handicap Tips (1400m)
  • Race 2 - 11:35AM Midway Handicap Tips (1200m)
  • Race 3 - 12:10PM TAB Highway Handicap Tips (1400m)
  • Race 4 - 12:45PM James Squire Handicap Tips (2000m)
  • Race 5 - 1:20PM TAB Handicap Tips (1400m)
  • Race 6 - 1:55PM Precise Air Handicap Tips (1300m)
  • Race 7 - 2:30PM ATC Foundation Handicap Tips (1100m)
  • Race 8 - 3:05PM Kia Winter Cup Tips (2400m)
  • Race 9 - 3:45PM Racing For Good On July 13 Handicap Tips (1500m)
  • Race 10 - 4:25PM Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap Tips (1300m)
  • Rosehill Quaddie Tips:

Rosehill Tips June 15


Race 1 - 11:00AM Chandon Handicap Tips (1400m)


Best: 5. Goodlucktome. He went down as an odds-on fav on debut at Kembla Grange, however, this Ciaron Maher-trained colt wouldn't have lost many admirers off that run.

Goodlucktome did a few things wrong in that first race day appearance, where he was hunted-up early after being half a stride slow away from a wide draw.

He's also back against his own age after giving race experience to Exceed Perfection and that winner was then runner-up in a metro BM64 last Monday.

Value: 9. Vetwelve. One of the key form references for the Rosehill opener is the Super Maiden at Canterbury on May 29 and this gelding was big odds there.

As soon as the gap presented, Vetwelve was very green in the straight and along with benefiting from that debut experience, the blinkers can really sharpen him up at start two.

His opening trial in autumn was good and the John Sargent-trained two-year-old should appreciate getting up to seven furlongs, while he carries only 52.5kg after the claim.

Race 2 - 11:35AM Midway Handicap Tips (1200m)


Best: 14. Glenbower. This is aggressive placement coming to Midway level from a provincial maiden, however, I think it's an underused tactic with these late season three-year-old's.

Although he's taking on more seasoned rivals, 120k races don't get much weaker than what Glenbower faces here and he's getting weight off most of the proven runners.

He showed promise on debut last year before a lengthy layoff and he was heavily supported in the May 9 win at Newcastle, which rated well for the card and that was on a Soft 7.
Value: 7. Zoukerino. As I've mentioned a few times, gallopers who come back from strong midweek BM72's are often suited Midway's, especially these ones who drop in the weights.

Zoukerino fits that bill, a four-year-old who carries 1.5kg less from a decent Warwick Farm run on May 8 and he's completed a recent tick-over trial given the gap between runs.

While he was a little outclassed, he was still competitive at Rosehill two starts back, with Cigar Flick, Ostraka, Yiska and West Of Africa the subsequent winners from that race.

Race 3 - 12:10PM TAB Highway Handicap Tips (1400m)


Best: 2. Know Thyself. Up to 1400m looks ideal for Know Thyself, a three-year old who was two-from-two via his first few outings in February and the last win was over this trip.

The Autumn Sun gelding should have remained unbeaten via his first-up attempt at Canterbury, where he was held-up until 200m before getting off heels at the 150m to charge late.

The bookies were never going to miss that last performance, especially given the drop back to Highway level here and with even luck, he looks very hard to beat.

Value: 7. McKeon. It took him a few runs to hit his straps when joining the Joseph Burges yard last spring before recording third-up and fifth-up wins that prep.

McKeon was monster odds in a Randwick Highway on December 9, where he finished second to Golden Decade and that winner has been good over the Brisbane Winter Carnival.

He defied a betting drift to take out a provincial BM64 at Newcastle first-up, a race that's produced another winner and the prior form through Princess Cruizer (second) reads well.

Race 4 - 12:45PM James Squire Handicap Tips (2000m)


Best: 5. Kureder. The slight knock is that he stays at 2000m, as Kureder could be looking for a little more ground now, however, he's hard-fit and knocking on the door.

The Chris Waller-trained four-year-old has been building well in all four runs this campaign and he stepped up to this trip after finishing third in a fast-run event at Hawkesbury.

He kept chasing via his latest when up in grade to a BM88 at Randwick and now from a low draw with a strong senior rider aboard, he should be thereabouts here.

Value: 1. Vega Magnifico. Kureder did get past this Annabel Neasham-trained import last start, but he was only second-up there and blinkers have now been applied.

That Randwick outing followed an encouraging Australian debut performance, with the gelding working home fairly on inferior ground over the 1800m here.

Vega Magnifico has been specked at big odds in both Australian runs, with each of those attempts coming in stronger company and he now has a 2000m run under the belt.

Race 5 - 1:20PM TAB Handicap Tips (1400m)


Best: 11. Head Of The Herd. There'll be queries if there's more rain and a few downgrades as a result, although his Soft 7 run was as a juvenile and he was also an entire then.

Head Of The Herd is building towards a win for the Richard & Will Freedman yard, having completed what was effectively a another barrier trial when first-up over the Scone Carnival.

There was merit to the second-up run at Kembla Grange, where he worked from a wide gate to lead with 60kg and not only does he carry 6kg less here, but he also draws kinder.

Value: 1. True Crime. The Kim Waugh stable isn't the easiest to catch, but if the rain does set in, then i expect punters to come for True Crime, who strips fitter second-up.

The four-year-old was a notable drifter first-up and he ran accordingly, although we're only going back three starts to see him split McHale and Starman, which is good form for a BM72.

He was mudlark as a youngster, with his biggest win coming on a Heavy 10 at start three in what was a handy two-year-old race, while he makes his own luck on the speed.

Race 6 - 1:55PM Precise Air Handicap Tips (1300m)


Best: 6. Left Field. She might not want it too wet, as a Heavy 9 track took away some of her brilliance last start, although she got through it well enough to finish second. 

That BM72 appearance followed a stakes placing over the Scone Carnival, where she got home from the rear and she was effectively first-up in that 1100m Listed race.

This set-up doesn't look straightforward, however, she's arguably got more ability than anything else in the race and stepping up in trip should suit at this stage of her campaign.
Value: 2. Southern Chilli. A handful of these mares have been running against each other of late and Southern Chili comes out of a few of the key form references.

She won the first of those over this track/trip two starts back where she was able to settle on closer to the speed, which she wasn't able to do last time out at Warwick Farm.

The Ciaron Maher-trained mare didn't have the brillianc to overcome a wide run from back in the field, so there were excuses on June 5 and she's well in here after the claim.

Race 7 - 2:30PM ATC Foundation Handicap Tips (1100m)


Best: 5. Hanau. His only time finishing out of the money in six starts to date was a debut fifth at Warwick Farm last winter and he did cover ground on that occasion.

The Godolphin sprinter was his worst enemy throughout his first two preps, as he often failed to settle in his races, but he's got plenty of room to improve as rising four-year-old.

While you don't want them to miss the start, his February 16 win before a break could be the making of Hanau and he finds a very winnable first-up assignment here.

Value: 1. Everyone's A Star. The four-year-old has been up a long time, so she doesn't appear to have the upside of some of her rivals, however, she continues to race well.

Everyone's A Star recorded back-to-back wins on the Kensington circuit back in March and she followed that double up with a midfield finish at Group 2 level.

After dropping in grade to snare a Midway victory on April 27, she was a tad plain at Scone before angling clear and launching late for second at Rosehill on June 1.

Race 8 - 3:05PM Kia Winter Cup Tips (2400m)


Best: 2. Hopeful. A deserving fav for Saturday's Rosehill feature is Hopeful, who was held-up at key stages in the Lord Mayor's Cup before getting home as runner up behind a progressive winner.

Last Saturday's effort was a return to form for the seven-year old, who went off the boil in Victoria before that June 8 performance, but he's got the quality to put this lot away when right.

We're only going back four starts to see him finish second in the Chairman's behind Circle Of Fire, who is the Melbourne Cup fav and anything resembling that run would win this.
Value: 4. Torrens. Another backing-up from the Lord Mayor's Cup is this entire and while he was well held in that 2000m feature, he still stuck to the task after chasing from a long way out.

That's as close to an in-between run as you'll see from Torrens, who has notoriously been a very hit-or-miss galloper and he's now out to his pet trip of 2400m.

After a fourth in the St Leger last October, he was consistent in four outings via similar affairs to what he faces on Saturday, so he's certainly capable enough.

Race 9 - 3:45PM Racing For Good On July 13 Handicap Tips (1500m)


Best: 4. Vegas Outlaw. While it's an open race, an outsider who makes some each-way appeal is Vegas Outlaw, with $40+ available for the seven-year-old in the early markets.

A galloper with no first-up form, he was sent out a huge odds fresh on May 25 and especially given his prior return efforts, he was brave there when covering ground over 1400m.

His second-up stats are better, with a win and two third recorded from three tries, while after winning four on the trot last prep, he pulled up lame in this grade before being tipped out.

Value: 1. I'mintowin. He seems a little forgotten, given the gelding recorded an impressive victory on Australian debut over this track/trip back in November.

I'mintowin defeated Fall For Cindy (Group 3 winner) via that fresh triumph and while he didn't go on with it, the ex-Kiwi was only narrowly beating second-up before falling to run out 2000m.

With three trials leading into Saturday's resumption, the Waterhouse & Bott yard appear to have the lightly raced four-year-old fit enough and he gets some relief after the 2kg claim.

Race 10 - 4:25PM Rosehill Bowling Club Handicap Tips (1300m)


Best: 14. Step Aside. One of Chris Waller's favorite pastimes is scratching horses and he's done that a few times with Step Aside this prep, who has made the field with the scratching of Manhood.

Who knows what the delays have been for, as he looks to be flying at the trials, with an impressive heat win on May 17 before a quieter hit-out a week later under Karen McEvoy.

McEvoy takes the fresh engagement on Saturday aboard a galloper who was luckless first-up last prep and I suspect early in the prep is when you need to catch Step Aside.

Value: 7. Able Willie. For some reason, Able Willie has a smell about him this campaign and that's despite racing in career best form, having won two of four this prep.

It was impressive first-up victory over 1200m before simply being unsuited by the race shapes in his next two appearances, but his closing splits were still strong.

We were with him last start when he beat a handy Pure Alpha despite a market drift and that progressive stablemate franked the form by winning on Wednesday.


Rosehill Quaddie Tips:


Race 7: 1,2,5,7,11
Race 8: 2,4
Race 9: 1,4,6,7,10,11,16
Race 10: 3,7,13,14

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Verdict

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

Best Bet1: Hopeful To Win @5/2 at betfair - 4 Units
Best Bet2: Left Field To Win @9/2 at Elitebet - 3 Units
Best Bet3: Hanau To Win @9/2 at Ladbrokes Australia - 2 Units
Best Bet4: Vegas Outlaw Each Way @42/1 at Boombet - 1 Unit
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