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Golden Rose Tips & Preview, Saturday September 25th

The Wizard of Odds provides the runner-by-runner preview for the Golden Rose at Rosehill with star juvenile Anamoe ready to make headlines again.

The runner-by-runner preview for the Golden Rose at Rosehill. 

Anamoe looks ready to take out his second career Group 1 as he treks towards the Caulfield Guineas. 

#1 Anamoe

James Cummings

An absolute freak of a colt.

His two-year-old year might have been even better had he not drawn shocking barriers. 

The way he won first-up when defying the drift is the sign of a horse who come back in terrific order. 

Godolphin has made serious habit of winning this race and this three-year-old colt is the likely to continue those ways.  

Odds: $1.95 the win
Finishing position: First

#2 Artorius

Anthony & Sam Freedman

The 2021 Blue Diamond winner has missed by a bee’s proverbial in his first two runs back from his two-year-old campaign.

Had every possible chance to win the Exford Plate last start, but could only manage second. 

Maps poorly. 

Odds: $9 the win and $2.5 the place
Finishing position: Fourth

#3 Captivant

Peter & Paul Snowden

Would have to produce a miraculous form reversal to run anywhere Anamoe here.

It’s a simple no.   

Odds: $31 the win and $6 the place.
Finish place: Eighth

#4 Hilal

M, W & J Hawkes

Much like Artorius, Hilal had every chance to get by winner Mr Mozart in the Exford Plate but could not get past.

He is improving with each run this preparation but is simply outclassed in this race. 

Odds: $31 the win and $6.5 the place
Finishing position: Ninth

#5 In The Congo

Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

The shackles came off last start after nearly holding off Anamoe at Kembla Grange.

He can adopt similar front-running tactics and prove hard to stop again.  

Odds: $9 the win and $2.6 the place
Finish position: Second

#6 Tiger of Malay

Richard Freedman

A winner of the Up and Coming (1300m) at Kembla Grange and then runner-up in the Dulcify Stakes (1500m).  

Did run third in the Group 1 JJ Atkins (1400m) during his sojourn up north to Queensland. 

Running well enough to fill a spot in the first four.

Odds: $17 the win and $4 the place
Finish position: Sixth

#7 Remarque

M, W & J Hawkes

Could be the big improver after starting favourite in the Run to the Rose.

He loomed up to win, but failed to go on with it and ended up finishing third. 

Draws a nice barrier this time and could be the danger.  

Odds: $7.5 the win and $2.4 the place.
Finish position: Third

#8 Giannis

Chris Waller

An impressive winner in the Dulcify Stakes (1500m) when resuming from a spell.

Not too sure if the drop back to 1400 metres will suit him. 

If the pace does go into the race from the onset, he might close to the placings.  

Odds: $19 win the and $4.6 the place
Finish position: Fifth

#9 Royalzel

Gary Portelli

Nowhere the near talent under the hood of this galloper to make a winning case.  

Wide barrier means he will probably have to reefed back towards the rear half of the field. 

Look for him to be stepping down in grade next start. 

Odds: $41 the win and $7 the place.
Finish position: Tenth

#10 Coastwatch

Chris Waller

It would be remiss to doubt Chris Waller can get all his horses to run well in a Group 1.

Coastwatch has been a solid performer in lower grade races and that looks to be his level. 

Will be a solid performer at Group 2 to Group 3 level, but this is a big rise in class.  

Odds: $21 the win and $5.5 the place
Finish position: Eleventh

#11 Moradin

Anthony Cummings

Comes out of a three-year-old midweek maiden race which he won last week.

Racing on the 10-day back up is a sign he is going well, but he would need to improve at least five to seven lengths to be considered a live place chance here. 

Tough to see him winning.  

Odds: $81 the win and $12 the place.
Finish position: Last

#12 Jamaea

Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

She is going to need this race ran at a slow tempo so she can stay in touch with the front-runners and utilise her sharp sprint. 

That is unlikely to occur with the early speed predicted on paper and she is going to get a fair way back in the run. 

She is in career best form at the moment, but she does not have the brilliance possessed by the favourite.  

Odds: $15 the win and $3.6 the place
Finish position: Seventh

#13 Startantes

Robert Heathcote

Comes down from Queensland after stringing together a series of wins in lower grade races.

That Brisbane form looks quite hollow for a race like this.

She has won three races in a row to prove she is going very well, but her ceiling has been reached this preparation. 

It’s the first time she will have to contend with a wide barrier this campaign as well.  

Odds: $17 the win and $4 the place
Finish position: Twelfth

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