The Rosehill track is currently rated a Good 4 with the rail out 3m the entire circuit. This setup traditionally offers a fair racing surface, with rails in the run an advantage over the tight turning spring trips.
In this week's edition we have found two runners who have drawn perfectly, and look set to get speed map favours in their respective races.
Rosehill Race 2 # 6 Fireman Sam I Am $13.00 each way
This horse, from the Tash Burleigh stable, impressed in BM66 grade at Kembla last start when leading all the way with 60kg on his back.
While this is a step-up in grade, he meets an even field of off-season horses who rarely win out of turn.
Drawn barrier eight in a field of nine, look for jockey Adam Hyeronimus to cross straight to the rails and carve out some even sectionals.
There is a distinct lack of early speed in this race, with the other on-pace runner in the race being the Chris Waller trained, The Macallan.
However, the Waller stable have advised stewards they will look for cover with their runner, in an attempt to turn his form around.
With Hyeronimus getting is own way in front, don't be surprised if he catches a few jockeys off-guard and proves difficult to run down in the home straight.
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Rosehill Race 3 # 2 Zourkhan $18.00 each way
This gelding has an impressive first-up record, and there is no doubt the Waller stable is looking to strike with him here.
With one win and four placings from six first-up attempts, the son of Shamardal will be primed for a big effort off a 106-day spell.
His previous first-up run was impressive when placing second to Group 2 winner, Sedanzer, over the Randwick 1600m.
With plenty of speed engaged here, this race is set-up to suit those runners who will sit off-pace and get a cosy run in transit.
Drawn barrier five in a field of 12, look for jockey Tye Angland to take the sit a few pairs back on the rails and watch the race unfold in front of him.
With the gun run on the rails, and off the pace, only bad luck will stop him fighting out the finish.