Race 1 11:25am TAB Rewards Handicap 1350m

FOXPLAY looks to have come back a better horse this preparation. The Waller stable thought enough of her to run in a Widden Stakes on debut when fifth behind Honesty Prevails. Her first up run at Warwick Farm over 1300 was fantastic and getting to the bigger spaces of Rosehill should suit her, she also gets Bowman for the first time and will be hard to beat.

DYNAMIC DYNASTY has been doing a really good job at the country level winning three on end, he carried 61.5kg last start at Taree in what was a fantastic effort, he comes to town for the first time and gets a handy 3kg claim for Mcdougall who is riding full of confidence to get a 7kg drop on his last run.

MOOHARIBA has looked as if she would appreciate some ground in her trials, which is most likely why she kicks off her career over 1350. She hasn’t been asked to do much in her two trials this time in and did show some natural gate speed in her most recent. She also has winkers applied which she didn’t have in her trials, which could be an attempt to have her be "sharper" in the run.

COGLIERE tried to make all on a day where it was nigh on impossible to lead all the way and was run down late. He should be rock hard fit after two runs back and prove hard to run down again if he takes up the lead.

SELECTIONS: No 5 Foxplay, No 2 Dynamic Dynasty, No 6 Moohariba, No 4 Cogliere
Value Runner: No 2 Dynamic Dynasty
Foxplay - 1pt @ 1.90

Race 2 12:00pm Kensei Handicap 2000m

SEBRINA looks to have a mortgage on this race. She was dominant when leading all the way last start on a day during which leaders were not advantaged. The step up to 2000 should pose no issue whatsoever, she should dominate this race with Mcevoy on board.

DANCE OF HEROES should appreciate the drying track here. He was good when winning two starts back and just got bogged down by the 61kg last start. He should have gone close in a Wagga Cup three back and has held his form well this time in.

BEYOND THANKFUL gets Bowman here and has been running well without threatening this preparation. Due to his high rating he had to run in the better races during the carnival. He strikes a winnable race here if he can find his best form.

LOOPHOLE is the third of the Waller trio here, he doesn’t win out of turn but is a horse who could bob up in a race such as this one.

SELECTIONS: No 5 Sebrina, No 6 Dance Of Heroes, No 1 Beyond Thankful, No 2 Loophole
Value Runner: No 6 Dance Of Heroes
Sebrina - 1pt @ 2.10

Race 3 12:35pm TAB Highway Handicap 1500m

KING’S OFFICER was utterly dominant in a Highway two weeks ago, he is well in at the weights again after the 2kg claim from Jennings and gets in with 57.5kg; if he produces a similar run to last start they won’t be able to catch him.

CALAWAY CRUIZER has been utterly dominant in her two wins this time in at Canberra and Wagga. She drops back 100m which is a concern, and last start at Wagga it took her a while to wind up, which indicates that she may need further. She gets into this race with 54kg and if given enough room from the 600 she could go close.

AUCKLAND BEAUTY has been a touch disappointing in three runs for Matthew Dale, last start the writing was on the wall for a poor run when she drifted from $9 to $15. But she did produce her best run this preparation when getting run down late. She gets Bowman here and may find a soft track conducive for a peak run.

LE CAVALIER is as honest as they come and has been running some great races without winning this time in, while she looks to have found a few better again here. You cannot leave her out going off her last few runs.

Selections: No 1 King’s Officer, 6 Calaway Cruizer, No 2 Auckland Beauty, No 5 Le Cavalier
Value Runner: No 2 Auckland Beauty
Kings Officer - 1pt @ 3.75

Race 4 1:10pm Schweppes Handicap 1200m

MISS TENPINS looks to have found a winnable race here on the quick backup. She has a horrid record on heavy tracks and you immediately need to put a pen through it. If you look at her previous three runs this campaign she is clearly on top here. The form around Eloping and Palazzo Pubblico is more than good enough for this.

WINE TALES is back to curse punters yet again. She starts well in the market each start and hasn’t won since October 2014 where she beat Good Project! She has had some surgery during her break and if she can run freely she is well within a hope here, especially first up where she is 1:1:1 from 4 first up starts.

FLAMBOYANT LASS has trialled up well for this, her two wins have come first up, which she is here. She was running against Speak Fondly, Mahuta and co last preparation which is legit Group 1 form. She gets a handy claim for Jennings to carry only 56.5kg and is well within a hope here.

BONETE drops 4.5kg on her last run at Randwick where she was good behind Elle Lou after trying to make all on a day in which you couldn’t lead and win. Third up here she looks ready to peak and I would be watching the market very carefully concerning this runner.

Selections: No 3 Miss Tenpins, No 1 Wine Tales, No 4 Flamboyant Lass, No 9 Bonete
Value Runner: No 3 Miss Tenpins
Miss Tenpins - 1pt @ 12.00

Race 5 1:45pm TAB.COM.AU Handicap 1350m

VANDERKEMP looks well set up for this race third up from a spell. He has always looked to have above average ability and was quite good at Canterbury when enduring a wide run and just missing. He does have the wide gate to contend with, but looks as if he can get in on the speed map. If he does and gets a good run in transit that he will be hard to hold out.

DARK STEEL was quite good in the Scone Guineas where he looked to be somewhat out of his depth. He fought on quite well and was right on the heels of the placegetters. If you go back to his previous run, he was good behind Sir Bacchus and So Willie (since won). As well as getting the services of Shinn he looks to be well within a chance here.

STATIC LIFT has done a super job this preparation so far winning his two starts. Cummings has bought him along slowly from the provincials to the midweeks before tackling Saturday grade. I do like the progression that he has shown in the two runs, and if he takes another step he will be hard to beat.

DINGHU MOUNTAIN gets Bowman and some weight relief after his last run where he battled under the 59kg when second to Static Lift. He gets a 3kg swing on SL in the weights from that run. He gets to Rosehill for the first time this preparation and looks well set up here.

Selections: No 6 Vanderkemp, No 7 Dark Steel, No 9 Static Lift, No 10 Dinghu Mountain
Value Runner: No 6 Vanderkemp
Vanderkemp - 1pt @ 6.00

Race 6 2:25pm Ranvet Handicap 1350m

DISGRACEFUL has been fantastic without winning in two runs this preparation. He is going to get a great run from the soft draw here and if he can be produced late with the acceleration he has, he is going to be hard to hold out.

GRANDE PUNTO probably wants it to be a touch wetter, but his win last start was fantastic and he actually drops in grade from a BM85 to a BM78 here and the booking of Adkins gets him down to only 62.5kg and when Denham horses hit form they invariably hold it.

NEXT LEVEL has been doing the job well in lesser grade and was a dominant winner of the Cessnock Cup last start. He comes to town and has found the services of Shinn. Three of his five wins have come between 1350 and 1400 so he is right in his range here, and if he can overcome the barrier he will be in the finish.

BOLD CIRCLE has found a race that he could bob up in here. Collett really suits this horse as he needs to be held up and cuddled for one last dash at them, and he looks as if he is going to get here. He isn’t the easiest horse to trust but on his day he is a good horse.

Selections: No 4 Disgraceful, No 1 Grande Punto, No 8 Next Level, No 7 Bold Circle
Value Runner: No 1 Grande Punto
Disgraceful - 1pt @ 4.75

Race 7 3:05pm McGrath Estate Agents Handicap 1500m

MAGICAL STANCE looks to have come back a better horse this preparation. His first up run was probably a career best, which bodes well considering his second up record is very attractive as well. The step up to 1500 should suit him down to the ground. He is yet to win at Rosehill but has been in the money five from seven attempts.

KELLYVILLE FLYER sprang wings last start when winning, she was coming off two forgive runs earlier in the preparation and really found her form in the soft going. She gets a drier track here, but looked as if she could springboard off that run and improve again.

AMMIRATA drops well back in grade here after consecutive Group 3 runs where she was not disgraced. She was super first up when winning over the carnival and gets Clipperton for the first time since then and he seems to have a great affinity with this mare. She has to lump the 60.5kg, but is more than capable of doing so.

METALLIC CROWN probably wants it wetter than this, but the run behind Sebrina last start was full of merit, and if he is to go on with this it is in a race such as this one. Two back he was six lengths off Tsaritsa who went on to win a Group 2 in QLD last weekend.

Selections: No 2 Magical Stance, No 7 Kellyville Flyer, No 1 Ammarita, No 10 Metallic Crown
Value Runner: No 1 Ammarita
Magical Stance - 1pt @ 5.00

Race 8 3:45pm Hyland Race Colours Handicap 1800m

PIAMIMI wasn’t given the best of rides last start, with clear running she probably goes close to winning that race. The step up to 1800 looks ideal for her here, she gets a senior back in board and two starts back wasn’t too far off Clearly Innocent.

VASSAL was given every possible last start and just missed behind Tucanchoo, he did take that next step from provincials to Saturday grade which was important. He does go back 200m in distance but with the Waller polish at home he is hard to deny.

WINE ‘N’ DINE is coming off a last start win at the midweeks where she was ultra-impressive coming from near last and carrying 60kg. She drops 5kg from that run and should get a similar run in transit here, she has an explosive turn of foot and she should get a good smother from barrier two and finish powerfully here.

OLYMPIC ACADEMY was probably a run short last start when looming up to win the race, he did cop some interference in the straight, but the winner did too. He has found Bowman here and looks cherry ripe to run a race here.

Selections: No 11 Piamimi, No 8 Vassal, No 10 Wine ‘N’ Dine, No 7 Olympic Academy
Value Runner: No 11 Piamimi
Piamimi - 1pt @ 17.00

Race 9 4:25pm TAB More Than Just Winning Handicap 1100m

POWERLINE was off the map last start and just missed, Clenton off and Bowman on here just enhances her chances. She has the Danish Twist form lines through the Provincal Championships which is probably the best form in Sydney at the moment. Back to 1100 suits as she is an out and out sprinter. She looks to get a lovely run on the map and should be hard to beat.

WONDERBOLT was impressive when wining a Highway last start after a brilliant return run over the Scone Carnival. He looks to have improved from his last campaign. Jennings sticks with him and he only has to carry 55kg after the claim. The wide gate isn’t an issue as he will get back and let rip with one run.

PAINTE comes through the Grande Punto race at Rosehill two weeks ago, which looks to be a solid formline going into this meeting. He was really well backed that day and was just run down late there. His form is impeccable this time in and he is adaptable in all conditions and will be the one that they have to run down in the straight.

ORUJO is somewhat of an enigma, he looks to have all the ability in the world but rarely shows it. He was a good winner last start at Pakenham and I think the trip back up to Sydney is to keep him switched on. He has a sticky draw from gate ten, but Tim Clark is riding in supreme form currently and will probably press forward here.

Selections: No 2 Powerline, No 7 Wonderbolt, No 3 Painte, No 5 Orujo
Value Runner: No 2 Powerline
Powerline - 1pt @ 5.50