The Sportsman Weekend - - Rosehill Preview -


PRINCE CHERI (R4 No. 4) - VERY keen on the John O’Shea trained gal­loper to­mor­row, so much so that I have him best bet at Rosehill’s Derby day meet­ing. The French im­por t had his first run for new trainer, that’s O’Shea, when a clos­ing 6th in the Craven Plate. He tri­alled su­per be­fore that run so clearly O’Shea has him go­ing well. If he was

at his best, he’d win by a hun­dred yards and whilst I am doubt­ful that he is at his best, think he’s get­ting closer than he has been for ages.


PIC ARDY ROSE (R7 No. 11) - I fol­low the pro­vin­cial pretty closely so I am ver y fa­mil­iar with Picardy Rose and have won on her. I say not to brag but to em­pha­sis why I am

tip­ping her so strongly to­mor­row. I have seen fin­ish like a shot out of a gun at times and feel that she might well in­deed do here. I loved her trial, it’s how she tri­alled be­fore she won on de­but at Kem­bla. I was go­ing to tip her any where went even it meant in town. I kind of ex­pected to be mid­week but she’s ended up here

a Satur­day race with 50kgs.


NEU­TRAL­ITY (R1 No. 3) - is a $400K Easter Year­ling with some heav y hit­ting own­ers, this son on Se­bring

and G3 win­ner Dama De Noche ( grand dam of Snow­den Rac­ing sta­ble­mate Drachar ys) won a trial on his ear at Wy­ong on Oct 23. He is clearly a well ed­u­cated and sen­si­ble colt who might be a bit above the or­di­nary.


Quinella Race 2 Nos. 8 and 9 Daily Double 1st leg (11), 2nd leg (13)

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