Pickelhaube has won its last two starts for James Cummings in Melbourne and it has earned its right to come back to Sydney. The three-year-old scored as the odds-on favourite last start and he should go close again here.
Shumookh is an interesting runner for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott. The three-year-old filly has had seven trials and has won five of them. We’re not sure why it’s taken so long to make it to race day, but the betting should indicate its chances.
Onslaught resumes after a campaign which didn’t yield a win, but the Snowden-trained runner has plenty of ability. The four-year-old gets the inside draw and that will be a big help against this field.
Duchess Pedrille looked good when winning at Canterbury last start and it should go well again at its favourite track. She has hit top form this campaign and apprentice Brock Ryan takes some weight off her back for this.
Tivoli Street could be on its last life with punters, but we’ll line up for one more go. The Waller-trained runner hasn’t been at its best this time in, but midweek level is his go and he could turn the form around.
Race 5 tip: Tivoli Street to win at CrownBet.com.au