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Sydney Specials: Rosehill – September 9

Sydney Specials for Rosehill's Run To The Rose meeting on September 9 featuring a best bet and each way play for the program by Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman.

Sydney Specials: Rosehill – September 9

The strength of Menari’s first up win has the colt shaping as hard to beat contesting Saturday’s Run To The Rose.

Menari was hugely impressive on resuming at this course four weeks ago, winning the Rosebud with a performance considered to be the strongest seen during the event’s eight year history.

Menari
Menari Picture:Racing and Sports


The colt should have derived improvement from the run which is a scary thought for his opposition considering the strength of the performance Menari delivered on resuming.

After carrying a big weight on resuming under Quality conditions, Menari Horseform is now well suited under Set Weights plus Penalties on Saturday, carrying just 1kg above the minimum.

It’s also worth noting Menari meets Rosebud runner up Siege Of Quebec Horseform 5kg better at the weights for beating him last start.

He has returned in brilliant order as has the Gerald Ryan stable in season 2017/18, presently striking at 20% overall and greater than 25% at metropolitan tracks.

The son of Snitzel spearheads a strong team of runners Gerald Ryan saddles up on Saturday with other winning chances from the stable Trapeze Artist Horseform (Race 4), Deploy Horseform (Race 5) and Tango Rain Horseform (Race 8).

He also saddles up favourite The Pharoah Horseform in the final event of the day, the Tab.com.au Benchmark 84 Handicap (1400m).

The Pharoah is a tough, frontrunning type who will take catching however the James Cummings-trained Peacock Horseform profiles an each way chance to beat him.

Peacock
Peacock Picture:Racing and Sports

Peacock placed behind The Pharoah on resuming at Rosehill over 1350m four weeks ago, beaten 2.8 lengths.

It was a sound performance with condition first up perhaps just giving out late over the trip.

He now meets The Pharoah 2.5kg better at the weights from when they last clashed.

While The Pharoah is now having the sixth run of his latest campaign, Peacock goes into the contest second up where he possesses a good record with one win and a placing from three starts.

Peacock’s first up outing possessed merit however still came in well below what the son of Lonhro is capable of.

He has always shown good promise and it returned him a black type win during the 2016 Melbourne Spring as a three-year-old where he claimed the Gothic Stakes (1400m).

After a just fair autumn campaign, the stable elected to geld Peacock which should help him realise his full potential as a racehorse, ideally this spring and commencing at Rosehill on Saturday.

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Sydney Specials: Rosehill – September 9

Best Of The Day: R7; #5 Menari @ $2.50

Each Way Play: R9; #6 Peacock @ $7.00

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R7 ROSEHILL 9 September 2017
The Run To The Rose 3 , 1200m
Race Synopsis: Menari advanced after his impressive first-up win in The Rosebud (Listed, 1100m) at this track on 12 August to score brilliantly here, claiming clear favouritism for Saturday week’s Golden Rose Stakes (Gr 1, 1400m) in the process. He showed good pace as he worked to overcome his outside barrier (10) before settling in second place. He got the better of the leader (Perast) at the 200m and then went to score a very strong win, and in very fast time (1:08.59). The San Domenico Stakes (Gr 3, 1100m) winner Pariah had an ideal trip in third place, briefly looked dangerous when he challenged at the 200m and then fought gamely for second in a strong effort, albeit in finding the winner too good. The $101 chance Perast was quickly away and took the lead. He grabbed a good break coming to the home turn and held on very well for third in a bold effort. Kementari raced back in sixth place, one off the rails. He put in a run from the 300m got to fourth at the 200m and then kept fighting on well for (3.2 lengths) fourth in a sound first-up effort. Shogun Sun was back in last place to the home turn. He went deeper at the 300m and caught the eye in running on late for (3.4 lengths) fifth, looking suited to further.

FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
5. MENARI (AUS)
3yo Colt
GERALD RYAN
JOSH PARR
56.0
$2.25
 
SNITZEL (AUS) - ISURAVA (AUS)
Corumbene Stud Pty Ltd Synd (Mgr: G Altomonte), G Altomonte, Ms L N Smith & G Severino
Jan 16, 2016 Gold Coast Yearling Sale, Dunedoo
 
2nd  
4. PARIAH (AUS)
3yo Colt
P & P SNOWDEN
BLAKE SHINN
57.0
$3.75
 
REDOUTE'S CHOICE (AUS) - SECLUDED (AUS)
James Harron Bloodstock Colts, Mrs B C Bateman, Love Racing, Doyles Breeding & Racing, P Mehrten, Rockingham Thoroughbreds, J A & Mrs F A Ingham, G1g Racing & Breeding, S N Gillard, Archer Racing, Mrs C J Inglis, Arrowfield Stud (Mgr: J Messara), Pinecliff Racing (Mgr: J Munz)
3rd  
11. PERAST (AUS)
3yo Colt
PAUL PERRY
A HYERONIMUS
55.0
$101.00
 
SNITZEL (AUS) - THOUSAND VEILS (NZ)
 P M Perry, F W Cook, Mrs C M Cook, Peake Racing Syndicate (Mgr: P N Edwards), J W Craddock, Mrs M Craddock, M Sinclair & C J Bell
4th  10. KEMENTARI (AUS)
3yo Colt
JAMES CUMMINGS
KERRIN MCEVOY
55.0
$4.00
5th  8. SHOGUN SUN (AUS)
3yo Gelding
KELLY SCHWEIDA
CHRISTIAN REITH
55.0
$26.00
6th  7. CHAUFFEUR (AUS)
3yo Colt
MICHAEL & WAYNE & JOHN HAWKES
BRENTON AVDULLA
55.0
$10.00
7th  1. INVADER (AUS)
3yo Colt
P & P SNOWDEN
HUGH BOWMAN
58.5
$21.00
8th  2. DIAMOND TATHAGATA (AUS)
3yo Colt
MARK NEWNHAM
COREY BROWN
57.5
$201.00
9th  3. TANGLED (AUS)
3yo Colt
CHRIS WALLER
TYE ANGLAND
57.5
$81.00


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