Bryan Haskins’ Rosehill Quaddie Preview

Bryan reveals his Quaddie selections on a massive day at Rosehill

Rosehill quaddie tips

Rosehill Quaddie Preview

Race 6

#1 Gailo Chop (Darren Weir / Mark Zahra)
Obviously a great hope but sure it’s better at the 2000m. so think it should be 2nd favourite.

#2 Almandin (Liam Howley / Kerrin McEvoy)
Plenty of ticks here and would be shorter if had a better alley. Just may cost him a few lengths early.

#6 Auvray (Richard Freedman / Jason Collett)
Hard to knock the way he’s going and will be finishing off strongly.

Race 7

#2 Alizee (James Cummings / Brenton Avdulla)
Could posi up into 3rd or 4th, which will then make her very hard to beat.

#7 Unforgotten (Chris Waller / Kerrin McEvoy)
Always had a big opinion of this one and looks like she’s back after last start.

#8 Danzdanzdance (Chris Gibbs / Michael Walker)
Tough and will be fighting to the line.

#11 Dancers (Brad Widdup / Jason Collett)
Could run well at big odds with a nice run.

#12 Semari (Busuttin & Young / Craig Williams)
Has shown a fair turn of foot in a couple of wins.

Race 8

#2 Ecuador (Waterhouse & Bott / Adam Hyeronimus)
Loves Rosehill and can get a good run in front. Very capable 1st up too.

#6 Shiraz (Kim Waugh / Andrew Adkins)
Looks to get a lovely run and was good 1st up. Loves Rosehill, the dry and 2nd up.

#7 Spectroscope (James Cummings / Craig Williams)
Was ok 1st up and would be a touch shorter but for the map.

#8 Mister Sea Wolf (Chris Waller / Kerrin McEvoy)
Nice first up effort in Newcastle. May poke forward to ok spot.

#10 Cellarman (Chris Waller / Brenton Avdulla)
Is going well and could get right run. Just seems a touch unders.

#14 Kingsguard (Team Hawkes / Tim Clark)
Worth something again today if gets out to big odds.

Race 9

#5 Osborne Bulls (James Cummings / Brenton Avdulla)
Has a good turn of foot. Never a hope at Kembla last start but still a good effort.

#13 Beau Geste (James Cummings / Kerrin McEvoy)
Very good late 1st up. Scratched last week for a 1400 race here and backs up in Carbine Club next week.

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