Race-by-race preview and tips for Randwick on Saturday

5. Passeggiata didn’t do as well on the second start but still scored with a comfortable margin at the finish. She ran a sharp race in the middle stages and looked like she was about to be picked up on the straight, but to her credit she kept finding the post. She can’t afford that in this race, because it’s a different BM72, but much lower. 4. Baroque Street made a big impression on the debut itself. He started $2.60 on his second start in a race won by Osipenko, with Madame Pommery finishing second. He was rested 33 weeks after that and had a stable change. As he recently stood trial in Rosehill. 1. Boldinho has a fitness and race experience advantage over many of its rivals. His recent form lines have good depth and he’s mapping to win the run of the race.
How to play it: to win passeggiata.


4. Titan Power returned to his best recent start, having earlier excused the start with heart arrhythmias. He was in full control up front and eligible to give a kick, but it was an arrogant win. What you see is generally what you get with the giant Sprinter. He gets out the front and challenges his rivals to run him over. The five-year-old now jumps into a public company but gets a 10lb weight loss in return. 1. Looks like Elvis has only won once in NSW. That was in Grafton in 2018. However, some of his runs in Sydney – and at better races than the one he is doing here – were grades above. His last two runs in Melbourne suggest he’s running as well as ever despite being an eight-year-old.

How to play it: Titanium Power to Win.


7. Lekvarte had excuses on the last start at Gosford after jumping $5.50 in the G3 Belle Of The Turf. Luckily she was ridden up the fence from the wide gate after not turning in the further sprint. That’s why Joe Pride decides again for the blinders in fourth place. The four-year-old gray was brilliant before that, ravaging the line first in a sprint before backing that up with a second win at Randwick. Reliable Man’s daughter seems perfectly equipped for this. 6. Ella Teema started with a similar prize in the Belle Of The Turf and there was little between her and Lekvarte at the finish after a wide loop. Previously, ElleTe Ama had created a gap with her rivals at Hawkesbury. 5. Banana Queen is going for the mile for the first time, but she seems like she’ll enjoy it. Chasing three straight.
How to play it: Lekvarte wins.


6. Tazaral It looks like he’s taking off in Australia, if his only Randwick trial is any indication. You don’t see too many imported gallops showing as much tactical speed. It was over 1200m but the Fasnet Rock son had no trouble making the race manageable. The lightly ridden five-year-old with just seven starts to his name, two of them in listed companies, seems to make an immediate impression. I’m not sure why the market was dismissed so quickly 9. Silent Agenda. He was confidently assisted to skip $5.50 in a BM88 on the final start at Rosehill in a race where the leader was in complete control. He had never won under 1400m. Fourth by the mile seems poised to win. 1. Kanazawa looked good over same route and journey last start in same class and delivered. Was refreshed with tick over test.
How to play it: to win tazaral.

RACE 9 AM – 5.20 PM RANVET HCP (1600m)

5. Brave Mac I tried to take every possible chance at the last Rosehill start but the clock says otherwise. The leader Vreneli simply took the lead too easily and could never be caught. Bold Mac had to change direction a few times down the straight and while it wouldn’t have affected the result, he should have been a touch closer to the winner. Bold Mac still rode the third fastest final 200m split of the meeting in the loss. Bold Mac’s stablemate and early favorite 1. Bullfinch has obvious claims given the depth of his form lines. He’s not the profile of a horse to understate, but there’s a lot to be said for him.
11. Panzerfaust settled in midfield at the last start and took victory number four. The five-year-old should at least hold his form in third over the Randwick mile.
How to play it: Brave Mac to win.

RACE 10 AM – 5.55 PM TAB HCP (1100m)

11. Po Kare Kare chooses. Although it’s a huge field, there aren’t too many other options to turn around. The four-year-old mare was first at her most devastating best, with the lead flattering her rivals. It was a sprint home, so she wasn’t necessarily suited, but her footwork and a clever, ground-saving drive ensured it didn’t matter. Savabeel’s daughter has always had a boom and she’s perfectly gearing up to compete back-to-back for the first time in her career. Like the three weeks between running and staying at 1100m. 5. American President had ridden to his old tricks at the last Rosehill start, wanted to be on the straight and was dismissed from the competition. He’d been back to the exams since the seven-week refresher and looking sharp. The dry track seems to work against him too, but he’s a talented sprinter.
How to play it: Win Po Kare Kare.

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Ryan Sederquist

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