November 20, 2019
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The Big 6!

Last Saturday’s Big 6 found 2 winners with Howlowcanyougo ($2.90) and Sir Elton ($2.10). The skinny dividends leaving us 1 unit short of breakeven.

Onto this week:

CAULFIELD
R2 #5 CHARLAYNE

Beat a smart one in Ready To Prophet fresh then very strong closing fractions Rosehill latest, her last 600m was 33.68 (+11L Vs ave) and winner (River Bird) and third (Ljungberg) both then won in Sydney.

(Oz Racing Form)

R6 #1 JUNIPAL

Is still yet to win out of maiden grade, but it is hard to forget that run where he bolted in by 10. He has since taken a trip to WA to tackle the feature 3YO races over the summer, and most recently to QLD for the QLD and Sunshine Coast Guineas. This is a huge drop in class and he should be winning, any rain around wouldn’t hurt.

Our man in Melbourne

R8 #3 BANDIPUR

Loves racing here at the track and has the fitness edge over a few of his main rivals. He was beautifully ridden to win here last start, since then he has had a change of stable and has left the Cummings yard.

Our man in Melbourne

ROSEHILL
R2 #3 CINQUEDEA

Is racing well at the moment, his last two wins have been gap jobs by a combined total of more than 8 lengths. Last time at Newcastle he had a soft run but showed a great turn-of-foot to quickly put them away over the last furlong. That looks the best way to ride him and he maps beautifully again.

Our man in Sydney

R8 #14 RIVER BIRD

Faces her biggest test to date but she is flying this prep with three wins from four. She gets in very light taking on the older horses and loses nothing with Kathy O’Hara going on. She will be on the speed for a long wand handles the wet.

Our man in Sydney

GAWLER
R6 #4 CHAROSSA

Has had very little go his way this campaign in the way of bad luck whilst also running into most unsuitable Heavy tracks. Expect leads or at the very worse settles handy, having done no work from his ideal draw, on what just appears a slow tempo. Simply can’t see how these can give this bloke a start and a beating having been able to steal some expected cheap early sectionals. The icing on the cake is the fact Jason Holder jumps back aboard for this first time this campaign having had a terrific affinity with Charossa having finished in the money in four of his five rides aboard. Seriously won’t get many better opportunities than this to break back into the winners stall and making him the days best bet at the opening $3.20.

Our man in Adelaide

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