Last week we struck twice at Rosehill with our Early Market Mover selections, which included the heavily backed Napoleon Solo at the juicy odds of $5.00 (started $3.10).
This week we have found four selections at both key venues, with each of them fitting our Market Mover brief. All exhibit a stronger than usual market move, hence the confidence appears high from punters this week. Best of luck.
Moonee Valley early betting moves
Is presented by the shrewd Jason Warren stable for a high profile owner in Rosemont Stud, who will expect results.
She trialed well at Cranbourne when winning by 2.5 lengths and looks to have plenty of natural ability.
The market push looks warranted and if she is hard in betting markets late, you would expect her to be in the finish. Yes.
Was heavily backed late in betting at Sandown last start, when she came with a sweeping run from a midfield position to win impressively.
This looks harder, but she has the talent to overcome the class rise from maiden grade. The Danny O’Brien yard are flying and can continue on their winning way here with this gun filly.
Loves Moonee Valley with wins here at his past two starts and has an excellent record over this 1000m sprint trip (5:4-1-0). Those factors alone will have professional model players marking him short.
However, this betting move looks to involve more than that, due to its vicious nature.
A further market push late would suggest he simply wins with ease.
Has been racing well all prep and has a strong SP profile, where he is always in the market and often hard in betting late.
Last start he just missed when running second to a few smart ones at Flemington over 1800m, and the step-up to the Cox Plate distance of 2040m here looks ideal as he fought right to the line last time out.
Craig Williams to steer is a massive bonus and given any luck in running, he should be in the finish. Yes.
Rosehill early betting moves
Arrives from the bush following two dominant wins where he simply put them to the sword. He is lightly raced and no doubt could have plenty of upside.
The key here is the fact James McDonald’s management team have identified this horse as the one to be on. This gives us huge confidence, as they rarely get it wrong with their form analysis.
Could soon be out of Highway grade and prove to be something special.
Brained them at Flemington when she peeled out and ran on strongly to win. She finds a race that is not overly strong as the only mare, and gets in very light at the weights with 53kg.
With a touch of quality and the significant weight advantage, she is sure to go very close.
The money looks spot on.
My Nordic Hero
Has the lethal Waller/Bowman combination and has been backed late at his past two starts. The latest was when he just missed here at Rosehill over 1400m.
He should relish the extra distance of this event and expect the market to believe he is better over more ground.
Maps beautifully to get the run of the race one out and one back, and from there he will be hard to beat.
Conditions look ideal.
Has always had a big boom on him and promised plenty as a 2 and 3yo with some slashing runs.
The first-up run was full of merit when finishing 3 of 7 here over 1300m, which may be a touch short of his best racing distance.
Up to 1500m for this suits and expect him to be charging home late over the top. Trust in Waller and Bowman again, who could be both in for a huge day.