Group One Betting Guide
|Date:||Saturday March 23, 2023|
The Rosehill Guineas is held over 2000 at Rosehill as part of the Triple Crown Series.
Connections of Rosehill Guineas runners are always wanting to see their runner handle the 2000m after racing at 1600m in the Randwick Guineas with an eye on the Derby at 2400m.
The honour roll that the Rosehill Guineas has, matches up against any race in the world. With the likes of Phar Lap, Tulloch, Tie The Knot, Octagonal and Kingston Town all previously winning the prestigious race.
The Rosehill Guineas only became a 2000m race back in 1948, with it being held at 1800m and 1400m prior to that. In 1980 the race gained an elevation to Group 1 status.
In recent times only The Autumn Sun (2019) has gone close to completing the Triple Crown when taking out both the Randwick Guineas and Rosehill Guineas, but was retired before getting a chance to complete the third leg in the Australian Derby. The last time the triple crown was completed was by It’s A Dundeel in 2013.
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Rosehill Guineas betting guide
It does not take a genius to work out the key form guide for the Rosehill Guineas. The Randwick Guineas is held a fortnight prior to the Rosehill Guineas. With the Rosehill Guineas the logical step prior to the Australian Derby it is no wonder connections continue on to the Rosehill Guineas.
Sydney based runners can also come through the Eskimo Prince Stakes or the Hobartville Stakes. Whilst runners making the trip north would be on the two week back up from the Group 1 Australian Guineas at Flemington.
The winner of the Rosehill Guineas receives ballot exemption from the Australian Derby.
The Rosehill Guineas has not been won by a filly since 1989, although the Rosehill Guineas is usually bypassed by trainers with a filly under their watch.
Hugh Bowman & Craig Williams leads the way with three wins in the race each, whilst John Hawkes (3), Gai Waterhouse & Chris Waller (2) lead the way in the trainers ranks.
New Zealand bred horses or New Zealand bred trainers have had a field day in the Guineas
2024 Rosehill Guineas Final Field
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Previous Rosehill Guineas Fields
Many a rising three-year-old has taken out the Rosehill Guineas. Check out the previous fields here.
No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Manzoice Chris Waller Kerrin McEvoy 7 56.5kg 2 Elliptical Anthony & Sam Freedman Mark Zahra 1 56.5kg 3 Lindermann Chris Waller Nash Rawiller 9 56.5kg 4 Matcha Latte Mark Newnham Tyler Schiller 5 56.5kg 5 Pericles James Cummings James McDonald 6 56.5kg 6 Williamsburg Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Ryan Maloney 3 56.5kg 7 Brosnan Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Michael Dee 8 56.5kg 8 Ausbred Rising Sun Brad Widdup Brett Prebble 4 56.5kg 9 Northern Barrage Michael Kent TBC 2 56.5kg No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Anamoe James Cummings James McDonald 9 56.5kg 2 Converge Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott Tim Clark 8 56.5kg 3 Profondo Richard Litt Hugh Bowman 6 56.5kg 4 Forgot You Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young Mark Zahra 4 56.5kg 5 Raging Bull David Payne Sam Clipperton 5 56.5kg 6 Sword Point Chris Waller Nash Rawiller 7 56.5kg 7 Sinba Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou Jason Collett 1 56.5kg 8 Three Wise Men Edward Cummings Tom Sherry 3 56.5kg 9 Mediaro Matthew Smith Jay Ford 2 56.5kg No. Silks Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 Lion’s Roar John O’Shea Brenton Avdulla 12 56.5kg 2 Lunar Fox Paul Presuker Noel Callow 11 56.5kg 3 Mo’unga Annabel Neasham Tommy Berry 6 56.5kg 4 Milford Stephen Marsh Tim Clark 3 56.5kg 5 Grandslam Ciaron Maher & David Eustace Mark Zahra 5 56.5kg 6 Wheelhouse Chris Waller Hugh Bowman 8 56.5kg 7 The Elanora Chris Waller Nash Rawiller 2 56.5kg 8 Khoekhoe Matt Cumani Kerrin McEvoy 4 56.5kg 9 Bucharest Chris Waller Craig Williams 9 56.5kg 10 Explosive Jack Ciaron Maher & David Eustace John Allen 13 56.5kg 11 Sky Lab Paul Perry James McDonald 15 56.5kg 12 Here To Shock Brent Stanley Tom Marquand 14 56.5kg 13 The Cullinan Bryan Dais Robbie Dolan 1 56.5kg 14 Kobestar Anthony Cummings Rachel King 7 56.5kg 15 Montefilia David Payne Jason Collett 10 54.5kg
2023 Rosehill Guineas result
Recent Rosehill Guineas winners
- Chris Waller and Nash Rawiller have combined for Group 1 success as Lindermann proved too strong, getting his head down on the line to secure the Group 1 Rosehill Guineas. It’s been a preparation of improvement for this Lonhro colt, as he worked his way from BM78 level first-up before finding second in the Group 1 Randwick Guineas last time out. He was a front running eye-catcher on that occasion and the script set up perfectly today with no other pacemaker to stop jockey Nash Rawiller from dictating to his rivals from the front. He made his way across from barrier eight with relative ease, before pinching some slow sectionals keeping most of the backmarkers out of play turning for home. Race favourite Pericles just missed the bob at the end of the 2000m journey, after tagging the back on Lindermann every step of the way. While Williamsburg was the best of the backmarkers making inroads to find third position. Lindermann was just too good though, holding off the late challenge from Pericles in a ding-dong battle to score.
- Star three-year-old colt Anamoe had just five rivals to get the better of in the Rosehill Guineas, and he did so in emphatic style. With Spring Champion Stakes winner Profondo bounding along out in front, he was always going to tire late and it left the race perfectly for Anamoe to run straight past him. When asked to quicken by James McDonald at the 300m mark, Anamoe would go on to put six lengths on Randwick Guineas back in second and further solidify his stance as the season’s best three-year-old. Read our full recap of the 2022 Rosehill Guineas here.
- Punters still had faith in Mo’unga being the heavily backed favourite after the dissapointing second place run in the Randwick Guineas two weeks prior to the event. The punters were on the right track as he settled in the second half of the field until he was asked to give by jockey Tommmy Berry in a close five-way dash to the posts where the three-year-old horse produced the win by .2 of a length giving Annabel Neasham her first group one win on the books.
- On the back of a huge run in the Cox Plate in the spring, Castelvecchio got his deserved Group 1 victory in the Rosehill Guineas. On a day where it favoured on-speed runners, Craig Williams took the usual back marker to the first half of the field and when asked for an effort managed to keep his rivals at bay to bring up a deserved Group 1 victory. Only Prince Fawaz managed to give Castelvecchio a scare, getting to within a half length of the colt.
- Having come from the clouds to take out the Randwick Guineas, The Autumn Sun was sent around as a short priced favourite in the Rosehill Guineas. Having been trapped wide without cover early on Kerrin McEvoy managed to find the colt some cover midfield. When cornering The Autumn Sun quickly pounced on the leader Arrogant. Arrogant however wasn’t going down without a fight and through the home straight the pair went stride for stride before The Autumn Sun prevailed to score by a head on the line.
- Having been touted as a promising colt throughout the early stages of his career, D’Argento certainly had not been a punters pal. However, he rewarded his loyal following when proving dominant in the Rosehill Guineas. Having been well beaten in the Randwick Guineas a fortnight earlier, trainer Chris Waller had doubts he would see out the 2000m. See it out he did, handing a Group 1 double to Hugh Bowman and Chris Waller on the day.
- With co-trainer Jamie Richards on course the ever popular Gingernuts managed to put in one hell of a performance to take out the Rosehill Guineas. Under a perfect ride from Opie Bosson the kiwi raider kicked clear with 300m to go sustaining a healthy margin down to the winning post and stamping his claims for a tilt at the Australian Derby.
- Having taken out the VRC Derby in the spring, Tarzino under a pearler of a ride from Craig Newitt rewarded favourite backers who took the $3.10. The Mick Price colt was a touch unlucky in the Randwick Guineas, but having settled closer to the speed this time round, he proved too hard to hold out and got the job done with relative ease.
Previous winners of the Rosehill Guineas
|Rosehill Guineas Past Winners|
|2023||Lindermann||Nash Rawiller||Chris Waller|
|2022||Anamoe||James McDonald||James Cummings|
|2021||Mo’unga||Tommy Berry||Annabel Neasham|
|2020||Castelvecchio||Craig Williams||Richard Litt|
|2019||The Autumn Sun||Kerrin McEvoy||Chris Waller|
|2018||D’Argento||Hugh Bowman||Chris Waller|
|2017||Gingernuts||Opie Bosson||Stephen Autridge & Jamie Richards|
|2016||Tarzino||Craig Newitt||Mick Price|
|2015||Volkstock’n’barrell||Craig Williams||Donna Logan|
|2014||Criterion||Hugh Bowman||David Payne|
|2013||It’s A Dundeel||James McDonald||Murray Baker|
|2012||Laser Hawk||Nash Rawiller||Gai Waterhouse|
|2011||Jimmy Choux||Jonathan Riddell||John Bary|
|2010||Zabrasive||Nash Rawiller||John O’Shea|
|2009||Metal Bender||Danny Nikoloc||Jack Denham|
|2008||Dealer Principal||Peter Robl||Anthony Cummings|
|2007||He’s No Pie Eater||Hugh Bowman||Graeme Rogerson|
|2006||De Beers||Craig Williams||David Hayes|
|2005||Eremein||Corey Brown||Allan Denham|
|2004||Niello||Darren Beadman||John Hawkes|
|2003||Helenus||Steven King||Leon Corstens|
|2002||Carnegie Express||Larry Cassidy||Gai Waterhouse|
|2001||Sale Of The Century||Larry Cassidy||John Hawkes|
|2000||Diatribe||Jim Cassidy||George Hanlon|
Rosehill Guineas Past Winners Pre 2000
|Rosehill Guineas Past Winners Pre 2000|
|1998||Tie The Knot|
|1994||Star Of Maple|
|1985||Spirit Of Kingston|
|1982||Isle Of Man|
|1981||Deck The Halls|
|1978||Race Not Held|
|1954||Pride Of Egypt|