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Saturday racing in Sydney makes a rare trip to Warwick Farm this weekend where nine races have been set down. The weather is overcast, the track is soft (5) and the rail is in the true position for the entire circuit.

Race 1. (13:20) Member Get Member Handicap 1200m

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Interesting to see what’s under the hood when it comes to 3 Deterge, (Bet Now: $2.20) a son of Exceed And Excel that is having his first start for James Cummings. He has only had the one public trial, which came a couple of weeks back at Rosehill and looked to move very well when closing off to run a narrow second under minimal pressure. Looks a nice type and I think he’ll go close.

Danger

1 Sebrakate (Bet Now: $5.50) is a Hayes/Dabernig trained son of Sebring who has had four career outings and has been quite good each time he has stepped out. Won his first two starts in Adelaide before coming to Sydney where he ran second to Kiamichi before running fourth to Athiri. Not sure he’s got the upside, but has hard fitness and 1200m should be okay.

Long Shot

4 Twentyfour Carat (Bet Now: $8.00) is a son of I Am Invincible for John O’Shea who is making his debut. He has had three trials to prepare for his first start, the latest coming at Rosehill where he was beaten a fair way behind the tearaway leader, but he looked to move very well and closed off under a good hold. Interesting to see what he does here against this lot.

Race 2. (13:55) TAB Highway Handicap (Class 3) 1600m

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It’s hard seeing 1 Hemmerle (Bet Now: $3.30) getting beat unless it’s bad luck. Really promising four year old for Danny Williams who resumed in a 1400m Highway at Rosehill a fortnight ago and was very good late when third to Our Rosemaree. He’ll eat up the extra furlong, the depth isn’t as strong and considering the stable thinks he’s a blackype class horse, he should be putting this field away.

Danger

3 Without Revenge (Bet Now: $6.50) looks a really good prospect for Matty Dunn who trialled up well prior to resuming over 1350m at Ipswich where he didn’t seem 100% happy around the tight track but once balanced up, he savaged the line and was most impressive. He’ll eat up the mile, has upside and Matty Dunn rarely gets it wrong when it comes to the Highway.

Long Shot

4 Footmark (Bet Now: $9.00) is a Jodie Bohr trained gelding who has been outstanding in recent times. Two wins on the bounce before a fourth in a Highway over 1800m at Randwick. Given six weeks off before racing at Wagga over the mile where he got back in the run but finished off strongly. The query is he wants maybe further but is a horse in form and could add value to exotics.

Race 3. (14:30) Summer Racing Handicap (78) 1000m

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I’m hoping we can get an each way price about 5 Difficult To Get (Bet Now: $9.50). Jeff Englebrecht trains this mare and I reckon she’s flying. Resumes here off the back of two very sharp trials, the latest coming at Wyong a couple of Mondays back where she ran good time under no pressure, leading throughout. Good fresh horse and likes the 1000m.

Danger

If we got a seriously wet track, I’d be all over 7 Heart Conquered (Bet Now: $3.40). I thought Not A Single Doubt was the best wet track sire in Australia but Akeed Mofeed has him covered at this stage, with a 32% winning strike rate with horses on wet ground. This bloke lapped up the bog to win here at the midweeks, beating Deprive, an impressive winner from last Saturday. His best chance will be if we get a wet track.

Long Shot

8 Alart (Bet Now: $17.00) is a Pat Farrell trained mare who has been around forever it seems yet continues to pick up decent prizemoney for connections. She resumed at this track/distance a couple of Wednesdays back and wasn’t that bad in defeat when a close up fourth to Miss Invincible. Is a second up winner and with the right run she could snare a place/first four.

Race 4. (15:05) 2019 Membership Handicap (88) 2110m

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If he’s recovered from last start, 3 Top Prospect (Bet Now: $4.80) should be winning. Darren Weir trains this stayer, who was three weeks between runs when racing over the 2040m at the Valley. It was a brilliant ride from Williams on Al Galayel, keeping Top Prospect wide no cover for the trip and the horse dropped out to run last, but was only beaten five lengths. Form has been franked with Out Big Mike winning the Pakenham Cup. If he’s recovered, he’ll win.

Danger

I reckon 5 Vaucluse Bay (Bet Now: $11.00) is ticking over nicely. Chris Waller trains and this gelding is on the seven day back up after racing over the Randwick mile last Saturday where he wasn’t too bad in defeat from the back behind Tip Top, beaten just under four lengths. Love Waller horses on the seven day turnaround and overall, this race isn’t overly strong.

Long Shot

I’d be including 2 The Getaway (Bet Now: $35.00) in multiples back on firmer footing. He ran in the Tip Top race from last Saturday and wasn’t too bad I thought given he was nearer the inside, which clearly wasn’t the spot to be later in the day. Getting out to an ideal trip now and an improved showing back on a dry-ish sort of track certainly wouldn’t surprise me.

Race 5. (15:40) Events By ATC Handicap (78) 1600m

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I think this is well and truly D-Day for 7 Monsieur Sisu (Bet Now: $4.50). Paul Cave trains this gelding, who has overall been excellent this time in without winning. On face value, maybe a tad dissapointing in the Festival last time but the depth was strong and that form was somewhat franked in the Villiers. Should lead these for fun, on his home track, severely back in depth/grade…he gets his chance.

Danger

10 C’Est Davinchi (Bet Now: $7.50) took a while to break the maiden tag but after the win over the 1550m at Canterbury he backed it up with an impressive win at the same track/distance against a field which looked to have depth to it. Up to the mile looks ideal for him and he’s a horse who is in a winning frame of mind and will be strong at the end.

Long Shot

Was expecting a good run from 2 Green Sweet (Bet Now: $26.00) a fortnight back over 2000m at Rosehill but he was a touch poor for my liking behind Abdon. That being said, when they’re running home in a tick over 34, he really has no chance of winning. He’s not that quick. Finds a suitable race here back to the mile and the run prior in the Goulburn Cup was a beauty.

Race 6. (16:20) TAB Rewards Handicap (78) 1400m

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I reckon she might need this run but I don’t want to ignore 9 Seahampton (Bet Now: $16.00). She resumed in the Seasons race from several weeks ago and her run probably wasn’t the best behind the Les Bridge mare, I thought she was still quite good in defeat. I think maybe one more run, but she showed last prep she’s got the brilliance to beat a field like this.

Danger

7 Bella Success (Bet Now: $7.50) is a Chris Waller trained mare who was given a 12/10 steer from J Mac to win here first up on the bog before going to the Sweet Deal race where nothing really went right for her from the start and in the end her run wasn’t too bad behind the John Thompson mare. Hopefully won’t concede too big of a start and be within striking range on the turn.

Long Shot

I didn’t mind 5 So Magic (Bet Now: $11.00) at the decent odds when racing at Rosehill a fortnight back and the little plunge on her almost came off but she had to settle for a narrow second to the in form Sweet Deal. These Warwick Farm trained horses always run well on their home track, especially on a Saturday metro meeting, and she’s a mare in career best form.

Race 7. (17:00) December Handicap 1400m

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4 Invinzabeel (Bet Now: $7.50) clearly on top for me. Formerly with Chris Waller, this seven year old is now with Mark Newnham and he has been outstanding in three trials to date, the latest coming here last Tuesday when bolting up under minimal pressure and in each trial has performed very well without the blinkers. New surroundings, new training regime…whatever it is, it’s working.

Danger

12 Catesby (Bet Now: $6.00) has been great since joining the Greg McFarlane team. Just missed out two back when nabbed late by Sweet Deal before being on speed again and fighting hard when second to Mapmaker. Won here first up before being sent to McFarlane. He’ll be out of trouble on speed and usually gives 110% each time he steps out.

Long Shot

2 Snippets Land (Bet Now: $11.00) is a Team Snowden trained veteran that hasn’t raced since resuming in the November Handicap at Rosehill where he got well off the pace and while he never really looked likely he was still game in defeat behind My Nordic Hero. Tick over trial here last week behind Invinzabeel was good and he does have a tidy second up record.

Race 8. (17:40) TAB Handicap (72) 1300m

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I’m going to give 8 Gongs (Bet Now: $8.50) one last chance. Liked her at odds last Saturday at Randwick and if you were on, it was an utter nightmare. She should have finished much closer but had no luck getting clear and went around as if it was a barrier trial. I think if the breaks go her way here, I think she can be dangerous, especially if out wide with clear air.

Danger

I think we’ll get a real guide here as to just how good 5 Kapajack (Bet Now: $4.00) is. He was well specked when debuting at Rosehill three weeks despite being on debut in a benchmark race but he found plenty late and on the line was the strongest. Heading towards the Magic Millions so would need to run well here to warrant the trip north. Tricky gate, but overcame that on debut and the claim for Brock Ryan certainly helps.

Long Shot

I want to give 13 Sure Knee (Bet Now: $11.00) another look. I didn’t mind her when she resumed here at the midweeks a few weeks ago, assuming she’d swim based on breeding, but she really struggled. Been freshened up and her tick over trial was very good. Maybe might need this run, but don’t want her to go around without me. Can definitely win this.

Race 9. (18:15) ATC Handicap (88) 1200m

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Tricky race but I’ll side with track specialist 13 Schubert (Bet Now: $19.00). Won and placed in another from three starts here and the other start, he should have won but had no luck. His last couple of runs have come at Rosehill, winning two back before a closing sixth to Sweet Deal, beaten under two lengths. He seems to save his best for Warwick Farm so I’ll go his way.

Danger

9 Intuition (Bet Now: $11.00) is a talented son of Street Cry that resumes for James Cummings. This bloke hasn’t raced since August 25 when finishing down the track at Rosehill behind the above average galloper Don’t Give A Damn. Two trials leading in have been quite good to the eye and though he generally needs a run, the two trials have looked pretty sharp.

Long Shot

8 Coonawarra (Bet Now: $26.00) is a handy son of Snitzel that is first up for the WaterBott team. This five year old hasn’t raced since early August when racing like a tired horse behind then boom galloper Avilius. Has had three solid trials in readiness for the resumption so I wouldn’t be entirely surprised if there was intent to run well here first up and he could well get a soft lead.

BEST BET: Race Two Number 1 Hemmerle

NEXT BEST: Race Seven Number 4 Invinzabeel

LONG SHOT: Race Nine Number 13 Schubert

 

Quaddie Tips (Races Six Through To Nine):

Leg One: 3, 5, 7, 8, 9

Leg Two: 4, 12

Leg Three: 1, 5, 8, 13

Leg Four: 1, 8, 9, 13

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