Saturday Racing Mail – (July 1st.)

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Welcome to OneSelection2Win Saturday Racing Mail for Saturday 1st July where we have come with our mail for each of the main meetings around the country.

ROSEHILL (NSW)
TRACK: SOFT (6) – RAIL: +3m Entire Circuit

RACE 1 No: 2 HUALALAI – Kembla winner two runs back before coming from back in the field when runner-up at Rosehill last start. Expected to be closer in the run and one of the key chances. Important gear change blinkers back on. Go close.

RACE 8 No: 10 SIR PLUSH – Looks to be a few leaders engaged in this which sets it up nicely for Sir Plush. He resumed from a spell with a dominant win over this track and distance. Will get another charmed run throughout and he will get every chance to finish it off. Winning chance.

RACE 9 No: 7 CARZOFF – Import who has finished runner-up in both Australian starts. Looked the winner only to be  grabbed in the shadows of the post by the inform Collateral who has gone on to win since. Peaking now third run in and should be ready to go one better here. Hard to beat.

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CAULFIELD (VIC)
TRACK: SOFT (5) – RAIL: +7m Entire Circuit

RACE 2 No: 4 ROYAL SYMPHONY – Huge win at his last two starts (Flemington / Ballarat), should only keep improving now that he has had that 2000m run under his belt. Finally draws a gate to be a touch closer throughout the run. Will be hitting the line late to stake his claims again. Winning chance.

RACE 4 No: 1 CLIPPER – It’s hard to fault Clipper’s recent form after impressive back to back Highway wins in Sydney. Stable does have that knack when they bring there horses to Melbourne they perform well. Strong chance to bring up the hat-trick of wins. Go close.

RACE 6 No: 8 ENIGMAN – Promising colt with a stack of upside what we have seen so far. Craig Williams goes on an from the good gate he get the run of the race. Looks to be a major player. Winning chance.

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SUNSHINE COAST (QLD)
TRACK: GOOD (4) – RAIL: +2 metres Entire course

RACE 7 No: 5 TOO GOOD TO REFUSE – Like him on the quick back-up after a strong finish in the Healy Stakes where leaders looked to be advantaged. Can storm home on the big roomy track provided he gets a clear run from an inside draw.

RACE 8 No: 6 FLOW – Bolted in at Kembla Grange on the heavy surface. Promising Street Cry gelding and this track and distance should suit. Will be hard to hold off if he can reproduce that latest effort.

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MORPHETTVILLE (SA)
TRACK: SOFT (6) – Rail: +6m 1200m-W/P; +2m W/P-1800m; +5m 1800m-1200m; Sectional 608m.

RACE 4 No: 7 SEATTLE BOOM – Looks to have a plenty of talent from her first preparation recording two wins (Pakenham & Bendigo) before a creditable placing at Moonee Valley. Has been given a good break since, only needs to show she has come back to be a real threat here. Monitor any betting moves closely.

RACE 8 No: 12 SUDDEN WEALTH – Terribly unlucky last start when she was held up between runners until it was too late to be beaten less then a 1/2 length to run fourth. Steps up to the mile suits and drawn to receive the gun run. Watch for her late. Ready to win.

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ROSEHILL (NSW)
RACE 9 No: 7 CARZOFF – Import who has finished runner-up in both Australian starts. Looked the winner only to be  grabbed in the shadows of the post by the inform Collateral who has gone on to win since. Fitter and should be ready to go one better here. Hard to beat.

CAULFIELD (VIC)
RACE 6 No: 8 ENIGMAN – Promising colt with a stack of upside what we have seen so far. Craig Williams goes on an from the good gate he get the run of the race. Looks to be a major player. Winning chance.

GOOD LUCK & GOOD PUNTING

http://www.darbyracing.com

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