Pace Scenario Key As Rosherville Looks To Make All At 15/1

The pace scenario will prove a key decisive factor for the chances of Rosherville in Race 7 at Hawkesbury when he looks to overturn his more fancied rivals in the 1600m Class 2 at the big each way odds 17.0 / 6.0. Only 7 runners line up and it is more than likely this race will be run at no more than a moderate tempo. A lack of early pressure on the front end suits Rosherville, if he kicks on as he did when he broke his maiden over the same trip he will look the winner for a long way in the stretch run, back each way despite only 2 place dividends on offer.

Hawkesbury R7 #6 Rosherville 17.00 / 6.00 – leaning the way of the deceivingly well bred lightly raced improver Rosherville over the 1600m trip here, by Helmet out of the Mossman mare Parriwi who herself won 4 of first 5 career starts including Listed success over 1200m, comes into this 2nd up from a spell on the back of failing 1st up over 1400m at Newcastle, copped a tough on pace trip that day suggesting genuine excuses, forgive run, prior to that finished 3.2l 3rd in a very strong 1030m Rosehill trial giving impression has scope for plenty more for potential new peak performances thru this preparation, also go on maiden win over this trip end of last preparation when making all, was strong thru the line that day holding sway over Velocitea by 1.7l who was the only one to take ground off it in deep stretch, visually impressive despite slowish time, controlled a soft front end tempo but put good margins to 3rd and further back showing a good turn of foot, gets into a small field over the same 1600m trip 2nd up here and likely for a near perfect soft on pace trip, if it gets the suggested soft trip on the front end they might just struggle to run him down in deep stretch, astute hoop Jay Ford is up and drawn down in the 2 alley there is every chance he will be given the right ride, goes around at the big each way odds of 17.0 / 6.0, back each way with a mild degree of confidence.

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