Rosehill Wednesday preview & betting tips | February 28, 2024

Rosehill Tips

What Rosehill Races
Where Rosehill Gardens Racecourse – James Ruse Dr, Rosehill NSW 2142
When Wednesday, February 28, 2024
First Race 2:20pm AEDT

Rosehill Gardens Racecourse is the destination for NSW metro racing on Wednesday afternoon as a competitive seven-race program awaits punters. The rail moves out +6m for the entire circuit, and with no substantial rainfall forecast in the lead-up, the surface should be rated a Good 4. The action is set to get underway at 2:20pm AEDT.

Best Bet: Lovero

Lovero couldn’t have been more impressive on resumption at Canterbury on January 19, going on to score by 3.5 lengths. The daughter of Astern was ridden out of her comfort zone to lead throughout the 1100m journey and did not seem to take any issue with the instructions, bolting clear with plenty left in the locker. Jay Ford has all the options from stall two, and a repeat of that first-up effort will have connections celebrating back-to-back wins.

Best Bet

Race 6 – Lovero silks#4 Lovero (2)

5yo Mare | T: Gerald Ryan & Sterling Alexiou | J: Jay Ford (59kg)

+340 with PlayUp

Next Best: Cormac T

Cormac T didn’t miss the frame in four starts in the UK and has arrived in supreme order. The European import has had two jump-outs in Australia, with the latest allowing the four-year-old to stride forward and score by 3.3 lengths. It was an eye-catching piece of work by the son of Nathaniel at Warwick Farm on February 12, and Nash Rawiller didn’t ask for much when turning for home. The class jockey elects to stick aboard, and with a bit of luck from gate six, Cormac T can figure in the finish.

Next Best

Race 4 – Cormac T#1 Cormac T (6)

4yo Gelding | T: Annabel Neasham | J: Nash Rawiller (60.5kg)

+600 with Bet365

Best Value: Firestorm

Firestorm brings a Group 1 profile to this BM72 for the fillies and appears beautifully placed by the Chris Waller barn on her Australian debut. The Paul Mirabelli barn thought highly enough of this girl to send her to the Group 1 New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m), where she produced a mid-field finish 4.3 lengths away. The three-year-old seems to have acclimatised well to her new stable after a soft piece of work at Rosehill on February 15, and although she may have bigger targets moving forward, there is no reason Firestorm can’t win this along the way.

Best Value

Race 5 – Firestorm silks#1 Firestorm (7)

3yo Filly | T: Chris Waller | J: Nash Rawiller (59kg)

+900 with Neds

Wednesday quaddie tips – Rosehill Gardens

Rosehill quadrella selections

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

  1. 1-2-6-7-14
  2. 1-3-4-8
  3. 1-2-4-5-9
  4. 2-6-7-8-10

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