Golden Rose 2022 – Field preview, odds, speed map and betting strategy

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She’s Extreme looks hard to beat in Saturday’s Golden Rose

A fine field has been assembled for the Golden Rose (1400m) at Rosehill this Saturday, a race that is traditionally a broodmare but there are some high-class fillies involved, including the favorite In Secret.

Below is a speed map, runner preview and $100 betting strategy for the 2022 Golden Rose.

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Golden Rose Speed ​​Map 2022

Best Of Bordeaux races best when leading and rolling, so from gate one you’d think he was the leader. Zou Tiger led and won fresh so should slip through the gate and land outside Best Of Bordeaux. Daumier is likely to be handy, potentially Basquiat too. In Secret has gate three and should lob just behind them.

Preview of the Golden Rose 2022 runner

1. Daumier: Too bad it’s true first behind Jacquinot as he goes fast and does nothing in the straight, beaten over nine lengths. A somewhat lucky winner of the Blue Diamond, I think that was confirmed by making a sine, which is not much.

2. The best of Bordeaux: At the time of writing, there is no jockey booked for this horse and I see that he is also nominated for Heritage. Are they running here for Group 1, or are they trying to kill the weaker race? IMO, his best chance of winning this race is if the track is dynamite for speed/fence. Brave in the Run To The Rose but doubt he will see off the 1400m.

3. Jacquinot: If you’re not sure about Sydney’s shape, it’s a pony. He made a mess of them in the McNeil at Caulfield, which proved too good for the back cabin, and got into trouble in the Guineas Prelude last Saturday. The form around him reads very well and I’m glad that the stable had this race in mind from the start of preparation. Hard to beat.

4. Sejardan: He went on to Run To The Rose and was never a factor, but made some progress and was late. He has a terrible race pattern, he will probably go back to last again and see them as a big start, but he should be strong at the end. The first four threats do, but I doubt he will win.

5. Political debate: Looking for more IMO. Restored in Run To The Rose and was fair. He looks like a spring champion horse in my view, so 1400m is too sharp, especially as he is likely to be pulled back to last from a wide gate.

6. Promitto: He is a really nice horse. Unlucky fresh in the San Domenico and was good without threatening next time in the Run To The Rose. I love him up to 1400m and if the inside gate is used to advantage I think he will run a cracking race at a big price. A must for exotics.

7. Golden Mile: Golden Mile is a quality colt for James Cummings, who has the lead at 1400m having beaten his rivals in the Ming Dynasty. I ask what he’s beaten in terms of horses over 1400m because I feel he’s mostly beaten spring champion horses so that’s a knock, but the stable is flying and being a colt, that’s a very important race.

8. Brosnan: Just running fresh in the Ming Dynasty behind the Golden Mile and drawing a parking lot, I don’t think he would bother them.

9. Sebonack: Sneaky flying this guy. Fresh off The Rosebud behind Zoukerin he wasn’t too bad before going to The Valley where he was basically moving around like it was a steeplechase with zero luck in the straight when he was full on the run. Team Hawkes, colt, Grand Final, I’m not writing it.

10. Basquiat: He was fine for two runs back from the break. He went on to do well in Kiba before placing behind the Golden Mile in the Ming Dynasty. It’s going well, but I doubt they’ll turn the tables.

11. Quick Witness: The market is still undervalued but I know the stable has a good opinion of him and he is their only representative in the race. There’s a close second in Berkeley Square at Flemington last time and the form around him reads pretty well. I wouldn’t turn him down.

12. Millane: Millane should be around the mark. He was very good fresh in Vain before going to Moonee Valley where he was no cover for the trip and fought really well behind Shalaman who had a pattern in his corner. Breccia at 1400 ma should be strong late.

13. Zou Tiger: He led and was gifted fresh when he won on Kenso fresh. Then he went to Ming Dynasty when he was on speed and was fine despite being quite comfortably held by the Golden Mile. I don’t see them turning the tables.

14. Fire: She went on to Run To The Rose and worked the line quite well late in the stretch without threatening. Stretched wide will probably drag her back and go for luck. if she gets it, she sure is good enough.

15. It is extreme: She is an extreme I will support in every way because she has class, edge and will be strong late. She went on to Furious and was very good against the pattern behind North Star Lass in a strong comeback. I think she will be hard to beat, especially if they drive her up front.

16. In secret: In Secret has the brilliance to blow this field away. Her speed of change was where everyone saw her in Run To The Rose. She put them away quickly and improved throughout the race so the 1400m climb should be fine and with her turning speed she will take a beating and be strong late.

17. Paris Dior: A quality filly that went on against her own sex in the Furious and was a definite positive in the testing conditions behind North Star Lass. He gets Blake Shinn on board and has the quality to rock it. It just takes the luck of the draw.

2022 Golden Rose $100 Betting Strategy:

I’m interested in seeing She’s Extreme run well. Her run in the Furious against the bias was excellent and indeed the 1400m run looks ideal and also draws nicely. I’m glad we have a $20/$80 win on her.

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