Back to Expert Comment

Sky Racing Brad Davidson Randwick preview tips April 13

 Apr 12 2019

Randwick April 13

Best bets

Race 6 no.2 Aristia $8.50

Race 3 no.6 Safado $7.50

Best roughie

Race 4 no.7 Villami $19

Betting strategy

Race 3 no.6 Safado 15 unit win at $7.50

Race 3 no.3 Spring Charlie 10 unit win at $7

Race 4 no.7 Villami 5 unit win at $19 and 5 unit place at $4

Race 5 no. 2 Encryption 5 unit win at $6.50

Race 5 no.10 Trope 5 unit win at $7.50

Race 6 no.2 Aristia 15 unit win at $8.50 and 10 unit place at $2

Race 6 no.7 Scarlet Dream 5 unit win at $23

Race 8 no.11 Midterm 5 unit win at $9

Race 8 no.20 Doukhan 1 unit win by 4 unit place tote

Race 9 no.2 Prompt Response 5 unit at $13

Race 9 no.4 Dixie Blossoms 4 unit win at $11

Race 9 no.14 Dyslexic 1 unit win at $41

15 unit early quaddie (starts race 3, 10.4%- 1st leg: 6,3,7,2. 2nd leg: 7,5,1,4. 3rd leg: 2,10,7. 4th leg: 2,7,1.

 

Results for betting strategies for 2019 racing season (since Aug 1) so far: 609 units profit (12%POT, 5106 unit outlay).

Gamble Responsibly. Gamblers Help 1800 858 858

Think! About your choices.

 

Track stats

Track bias           F2          F3          F4          F5          F6              F7          F8          F9

10/06/2017       Rand     3m        H10       Middle track on pace def advantage- 8/9 winners settled top 4                                                      

3/03/2018         Rand     3m        S5          Fence well and truly off                                               

14/04/2018       Rand     3m        G4         Got to the middle of the track butwhat was key was cover with a strong head wind with the sprint trips                                            

9/06/2018         Rand     3            H9         Pretty fair track this. Won from most places.                                                   

29/09/2018       Rand     3m        G4         Few off fence best ground here suiting run on. Fence not best place but not massively inferior                                                    

6/11/2018         Rwick    3            g3          Fair track this                                                      

26/12/2018       Randwick           3m        S5          2-6 off look best ground- didn't want to be hard fence                                                      

Assessment- Seems to be a few off fence here and a pretty fair track in allowing horses to run on.

Track conditions: Expect S5-Good 4.

Wind: Light easterly predicted.

 

Race 1- Kings Of Sydney Sport Mile (1600m, 11.25am)

Overview: Tricky race. Amercement goes 1200m to 1600m off a trial but comes through stronger form lines here. Autocratic improved from start one to two and could well be screaming out for a drier track. Foxborough is not hopeless here and I like the way she found the line on debut at Hawkesbury. The form out of the race hasn’t been great but it wasn’t actually a bad maiden. Her mother won over 1700m and I would expect her to run the trip. Vinco overcame trouble to score at Sandown last start although the figures out of the race were just average. Significance was just fair in an average race on debut but has trialled really well with the blinkers on since. Tough race.

Advice: No firm opinion in this. Tough opening race.

Selections: 3-8-2-1

3. Autocratic ($6)- Improved from first to second-up in stronger races and can jump out of the ground here on firmer going.

8. Significance ($5)- Comes out of a weak maiden when just fair. Nice trial since with blinkers on though and really good there. By Frankel, out to a mile.

2. Vinco ($5)- Tough win in average figures but should have settled closer last start and the win was better than it looked. Can park closer.

1.Amercement ($5)- Best form lines in race but 1200m to 1600m one month between runs. Chance off a nice trial since LS but short enough?

Other chances:

11. Foxborough ($9)- Liked the way this horse found the line first-up and her mum won over 1700m. Should run the trip.

4. Power Scheme ($8)- Second to Vinco last start where held up around the turn too. Can’t say no.

Other runners

5. War Baron ($30), 6. Extraordinary ($45), 7. Lucky Imperator ($23), 9. Persan ($22), 10. Aspect Radio ($45), 12. Galaxy ($91).

 

Race 2- South Pacific Classic (1400m, 12.05pm)

Overview: It doesn’t get any easier here and I’ve marked it close to $7.50 the field here. There are so many different angles to look at and there are many winning chances. Krone and Wild Planet both come through the same race and both were outstanding against Classique Legend. They have both drawn awkwardly here though. Millard Reaction has been clocking some outstanding sectionals in Queensland but this is another level. Green Aeon is unbeaten in two runs and clocked good figures last start, Final Award clocked some great closing splits at Canberra and has trialled the house down since, while even Napoleon Solo isn’t hopeless.

Advice: Good race but tough! Many chances. Krone and Final Award overs?

Against:

10: Fasika ($9)- Unbeaten in two runs but the Green Aeon race rated much better than hers on the same day last start and she comes up with a wide draw here. Can win but have to be against at a price perspective as I feel under $5 is too short in this race. Can win though!

Selections: 5-4-12-11

5. Krone ($8)- Had the race set up but strong win second up and form around Amphitrite last prep reads well. Extra trip suits. Will be strong late. Just might be the value?

4. Wild Planet ($7)- Huge on speed first-up when caught in speed battle and beat Classique Legend home. Where does he get to from gate. Extra trip fine.

12. Millard Reaction ($7)- Been running big late splits off soft tempos in Qld. Should be storming home.

11. Green Aeon ($7)- Unbeaten 2/2. Good figures last start at WF (much better than Fasika on same day). Just had all the favours in two runs and more speed here.

Other chances:

6. Final Award ($9): Pretty dominant late splits in Canberra Guineas and Laburnum has run well since in Group company. Trial since was outstanding.

10. Fasika ($9)- 2/2 and well backed so a definite chance. Just thought she was unders.

Other runners:

1.Gem Song ($13), 2. Tarka ($40), 3. Aylmerton ($50), 7. Napoleon Solo ($14), 8. Signore Fox ($26),

9. Tahitian Dancer ($20), 13. Agassi ($80).

 

Race 3- Provincial Championships Final (1400m, 12.40pm)

Overview: I like the Kim Waugh stablemates here in Safado and Spring Charlie, particularly Safado. He just doesn’t handle wet ground but his qualifier win over Spring Charlie was a cracker and they scorched the turf (at least 7L quicker than the other 1400m races on the day). Spring Charlie was second in that race and they gapped the rest (he was first-up too). Both horses have struggled since on wet ground but will appreciate firmer (Spring Charlie missed the start last start as well). I’m against the favourite Archedemus here simply from a price perspective and he just seems too short at $4.20 considering the likely track conditions. He is much better compared to his rivals on wet ground. He is still effective on dry but he comes back to the field here. Chalmers looks the best roughie here and I could make him a small winner at the odds as well. He had no luck in his qualifier and finds James McDonald.

Advice: Safado main win play and making Spring Charlie a winner as well. Include Chalmers in exotics.

Selections:  6-3-7-2

6. Safado ($5.50)- He just doesn’t handle wet ground but his qualifier win over Spring Charlie was a cracker and they scorched the turf (at least 7L quicker than the other 1400m races on the day). His trial since has been super.

3. Spring Charlie ($6)- Missed start LS forgive but run prior in Hawk qualifier super. Can bounce back on firmer footing.

7. Chalmers ($14)- Stiff in Qualifier behind Golden Tycoon. Form prior just fair but finds J Mac and good speed here.

2. Archedemus ($7)- Good chance but better horse on wet ground for mine and just looks unders at $4.20. Can win but I’m against.

Other runners:

1.Turnberry ($15), 4. Bobbing ($13), 5. Golden Tycoon ($22), 8. Oakfield Twilight ($25), 9. Miss Redoble ($51), 10. Bangkok ($41), 11. It’s So Obvious ($29), 12. Bye See ($34), 13. Oakfield Missile ($25), 15. Eugene’s Pick ($17).

 

Race 4- Percy Sykes Stakes (1200m, 1.15pm)

Overview: Tricky race with a host of chances. Kiamichi is a deserving favourite and she won the Golden Slipper and then just didn’t run out the 1400m in the Sires’ last weekend. Back in trip here and the wetter the better for her. Villami looks the value in the race at $15. I know she was on the right part of the track on debut at Rosehill but she ran time and then just didn’t handle the wet track in the Magic Night. Her trial since has been good. Cheer Leader didn’t beat much at Moonee Valley last start but returned good figures, while Flit, Pin Sec and Athiri all have genuine winning claims here.

Advice: Something small on Villami each-way at big odds.

Selections: 7-5-1-4

7.Villami ($11)- $15 seems over the odds to find out how good she is. Won well on debut at Rosehill (right part of track and on pace a positive) and clocked quicker time than the boys in doing so. Track was too wet in Magic Night when well backed. Won a nice trial since. Box seats, firmer gives her a chance.

5.Cheer Leader ($4)- Bolted in at MV last start in solid figures Confident she beat nothing there but she won with her head on her chest (Slower overall time open 3yo race but 2L quicker B70, much quicker early splits).

1.Kiamich ($4)- Golden Slipper winner who was enormous again in the Sires but just didn’t run out 1400m. Back to 1200m here and the only knocks are it will be firmer than her past couple (she clearly loves wet ground). Other knock is she is on the back up and is this an after thought?

4.Flit ($9)- No match for Cheer Leader first-up at Bendigo but should have finished closer there and was held up until 200m mark. Good at Flemington latest where dead heated with Ready Set Sail who was beatn in a Sale Mdn only other start. Third Talented did run second to Microphone earlier in career though.

Others to include:

2.Anaheed ($10)- Tricky draw? Prefer wet? Looks tricky from out there.

3.Pin Sec ($10) Good in the Black Opal and then too wet in the Slipper. Black Opal figures weren’t great but at least there is good speed here.

6.Athiri ($7.50)- Disappointing last couple but pulled up with thumps two back and was it too wet again LS? 4TH Ql200 still and drier helps. Had a few chances now though.

Other runners:

8.Badia ($32), 9.St Covet’s Spirit- ($127), 11.Kahlo ($255)

 

Race 5- Arrowfield 3Y0 Sprint (1200m 1.50pm)

Overview: Two horses interest me from a betting perspective here in Encryption and Trope. They both get back in the field but there is good speed here and they can have last say. Encryption has the proven form against the older horses and his run in The Galaxy and Oakleigh Plate this prep were both super. His rating in The Galaxy was better than Avantage and Classique Legend on the same day and he is really well weighted here. The other horse isn’t well weighted in Trope but there’s something about him. His sectionals last start were outstanding and his trial since was super. He comes here on fresh legs. I thought Avantage looked a good risk, while I’m risking Classique Legend and he was stiff not to win last start but this is harder again.

Advice: Encryption and Trope for me.

Against: Avantage ($8)- Just seems too short as equal favourite. Have her marked almost double the price. See reasoning below.

Selections: 2-10-7-11

2. Encryption ($5.50)- Outstanding in Galaxy and his rating was better than Avantage and Classique Legend on the same day. 2nd in an Oakleigh Plate- so well weighted under set weights.


10. Trope ($6)- Untapped. Poorly weighted but something about him. Run in the Fireball was a cracker- 3rd QL600,400,200 of day (only Spright and Viridine went quicker). Lovely trial since. Would be getting 14kg on Encryption in a true handicap but they meet at level weights.

7. Classique Legend ($6)- Untapped- Bolted in first two starts- Didn’t beat much but did it in fine style. Beat Got Your Six by 2.5L and Trope beat that horse by .2L. Stiff last start when made to work out wide. Drier ground helps.

11. Avantage ($8)- Just too short. Race rated 3L slower than Classique Legend’s race first-up and hasn’t beaten Spanish Whisper all that far in two runs in NZ. Chance but looks unders.

Other runners:

1.Zousain ($17), 3. Lean Mean Machine ($20) , 4. Charge ($165),  5. Legend Of Condor ($165), 6. Jonker ($28), 8. Baller ($12), 9.Sheriff ($45), 12. Spanish Whisper ($24),  13. Prophet’s Thumb ($18), 14. Causeway Girl ($60)

 

Race 6- Australian Oaks (2400m, 2.25pm)

Overview: She’s a very good horse Verry Elleegant but $1.80? Sheesh, that seems short and I just have to take her on at that price. I know you could say she is a different horse this autumn and she relaxed a lot better last start but her last two wins have been on proper wet tracks and she hasn’t proven she can stay 2400m yet (failed in the Oaks). I know she goes well on top of the ground as well but I would argue she has a much larger advantage on wet ground to the likes of Aristia. The Kennedy Oaks winner (Aristia) just has to be a bet here if the track is close to the good range. She has been crying out for a good track, is a proven stayer and sits a fair way in front of Verry Elleegant in the run here. The best roughie is Scarlet Dream. She didn’t handle the wet track last start but all three runs on top of the ground are super.

Advice: Aristia looks good value here. Can also make Scarlet Dream a winner.

Against from price perspective:

1.Verry Ellegant ($2.50)- Just too short for mine. Dominant in the leads up but they have been on heavy tracks and I doubt she gets that on the weekend. Does she stay? Another reason why $1.80 is just too short. She can definitely win but there’s no value there. The ear muffs helped her relax last start but she is still not perfect.

3. Frankely Awesome ($9)- Put the writing on the wall in Vinery and has been clearly looking for ground. Can she do that on a better track though? Most best runs on wet tracks.

Selections: 2-7-1-3

2. Arisitia ($5.50)- Well beaten by VE last two starts but she has been crying out for a dry track. She stays, she settles a long way in front of VE in the run and she is good value here. Won the Kennedy Oaks beating VE easily there in only run this dist range.

7. Scarlet Dream ($10)- Good roughie- Just too wet for her in the Vinery but her three dry track runs have been super. She was taking ground of Frankely Awesome at Kembla Grange prior as well.

1.Verry Ellegant ($2.50)- Just too short for mine. Dominant in the leads up but they have been on heavy tracks and I doubt she gets that on the weekend. Does she stay? Another reason why $1.80 is just too short. She can definitely win but there’s no value there. The ear muffs helped her relax last start but she is still not perfect.

3. Frankely Awesome ($9)- Put the writing on the wall in Vinery and has been clearly looking for ground. Can she do that on a better track though? Most best runs on wet tracks.

Roughies to include-

8. Clementina ($23)- Should have won the NZ Oaks and I reckon her wheels were spinning last start in Adrian Knox where she covered more ground than any other runner in the race. Blinkers go on, firmer track and she can improve sharply.

10. Rocknavar ($26)- Liked the way she closed off in the Adrian Knox and she didn’t have much room late. Wanted to lay in when winning at EF in Brisbane start prior. Rough hopes if she stays.

6. Aliferous ($17)- Hard to knock the Adrian Knox win and she was the strongest late. Just might be a real stayer.

Other runners:

4. Imelda Mary ($51), 5. Maracaibo ($26), , 9. Autumn ($70), 11. Romani Girl ($52), 12. Mrs Madrid ($207), 13. Bye Bye Belle ($69), 14. Miss Moana ($414), 15. Happy Every Day ($414)

 

Race 7- Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m, 3.05pm)

Overview: Well it’s all about to come to an end and what a ride it has been. The great mare Winx is set to run her last race and it will be one of those ‘where were you days’. She is the greatest I’ve ever seen live and I think she is the best horse we’ve ever produced in Australia. Enjoy this moment punters because it will go down in folklore. In terms of the Winx out market, He’s Eminent is a deserving favourite as he should roll along in front and prove hard to run down. His first Aussie run was a cracker. Hartnell meets Kluger some 5kg better off for the Doncaster but the Japanese horse looks as if he should appreciate the extra trip. Will he back up though? Happy Clapper is a beauty but does he run 2000m? I’m suggesting his best trip is definitely up to a mile anyway.  Harlem and Shillelagh come into play as place chances in the track is dry.

Against: Danzdanzdance- Looks a wet tracker to me and I think she looks well under the odds at $5 in the Winx Out market unless the rain comes.

Advice: Enjoy the great mare Winx!

Selections: 7-4-2-1

7.Winx- The champ wins again! What a career!

4.He’s Eminent- Cracking first run in Aus. Firmer track stats are good. Should lead and give a sight.

2.Hartnell- Should have gone close in the All Star Mile with luck and then big in the Doncaster with 58kg. Gets a 5kg swing on Kluger at WFA and 3kg on Shillelagh.

1.Happy Clapper- Chased home Winx two back and then was average in All Star Mile. The other question is does he run 2000m? Eight goes here and yet to win and he is yet to win past a mile. Some good runs yes but I prefer him at a mile.

Other runners to include in exotics:

3.Harlem- Needs it dry and should get that? Tickover trial since Aus Cup win. Could be value for multiples.

9.Shillelagh- Good in the Doncaster on the wet track. She is much better on top of the ground!

 

Race 8 Sydney Cup (3200m, 3.50pm)

Overview: Well how do we line up Dubhe? I must admit I backed him all in last week at close to $5 due to the lack of depth in this race but is $3 too short now? He was a strong winner over two miles at Meydan last start, gets in with no weight, has a champion jockey aboard (Kerrin McEvoy) and comes here with fresh legs. The only knock is the stable haven’t been brimming with confidence and there are a couple of knocks on what he has been beating overseas. The horse he beat at Meydan, Red Galileo has had three starts since and has been beaten 1.5L, 10.5L and 31L to Cross Counter in the Dubai Gold Cup. With Dubhe’s short price in mind and the fact the stable hasn’t been talking him up deluxe, I’m inclined to be with Midterm and I reckon there is a sense of timing about him. He is yet to tick the 3200m box but he was pretty strong at 2400m when getting the better of Big Duke last start and he rolled up on a strong speed and wasn’t stopping. He is in the right camp to run well here. Big Duke has finished third in a Sydney Cup and 4th in a Melbourne Cup at his two runs at two miles, while the Kiwi Glory Days has a tremendous winning strike rate and is proven at two miles. Doukhan may be a 10-year-old but he could get out to silly odds here. He should have gone close to placing in this race last year and his two lead up runs have both been very good (made ground in worst going in the Manion Cup and then last 200m strong in Tancred after being held up). He is a knockout place chance here.

Advice: Hard to get a real guide on Dubhe so Midterm to win for mine at the odds. Doukhan a good roughie at huge odds.

Selections: 11-10-5-12

11. Midterm ($7)- I reckon there is a sense of timing about him. He is yet to tick the 3200m box but he was pretty strong at 2400m when getting the better of Big Duke last start and he rolled up on a strong speed and wasn’t stopping. He is in the right camp to run well here. Up on speed winnable weight.

10. Dubhe ($4.50)- I must admit I backed him all in last week at close to $5 due to the lack of depth in this race but is $3 too short now? He was a strong winner over two miles at Meydan last start, gets in with no weight, has a champion jockey aboard (Kerrin McEvoy) and comes here with fresh legs. The only knock is the stable haven’t been brimming with confidence and there are a couple of knocks on what he has been beating overseas. The horse he beat at Meydan, Red Galileo has had three starts since and has been beaten 1.5L, 10.5L and 31L to Cross Counter in the Dubai Gold Cup.

5. Big Duke ($9.50)- Big Duke has finished third in a Sydney Cup and 4th in a Melbourne Cup at his two runs at two miles. Ticking over well, does he prefer a wet track?

12. Glory Days ($14)- Has a tremendous winning strike rate and is proven at two miles. Has to be a chance.

Best roughie:

20. Doukhan ($35)- Doukhan may be a 10-year-old but he could get out to silly odds here. He should have gone close to placing in this race last year and his two lead up runs have both been very good (made ground in worst going in the Manion Cup and then last 200m strong in Tancred after being held up). He is a knockout place chance here.

Others to include multiples

8. Yogi ($14)- Good in Tancred where race not run to suit. Proven at two miles.

2. Sound ($26)-  Improved in the Tancred and his overseas form is strong for this. Beat Caulfield Cup winner Best Solution at 3200m. Can race a bit keen at times.

15. Rondinella ($16)- Good behind Avilius in the Tancred. Does she stay.

16. Shraaoh ($16)- Peaking late in races of late but he looks to be crying out for a good track.

Other runners:

1.The Taj Mahal ($66), 3. Patrick Erin ($44), 4. Red Cardinal ($26), 6. Vengeur Masque ($59), 7. Sir Charles Road ($26), 9. Brimham Rocks ($66), 13. Zacada ($88), 14. Gallic Chieftain ($33), 17. Semari ($45), 18. Top Of The Range ($55), 19. Rodrico ($266), 21. Fairlight ($266).

 

Race 9- Coolmore Legacy Stakes (1600m, 4.30pm)

Overview: Very open race. I could speck a couple of horses at odds but it’s hard to be really confident on anything here. One is Prompt Response and she was solid behind Winx last start on an unsuitable wet track. The Doncaster quinella finished in front of her and Carbine Club winner Ringerdingding finished behind her. She finished second in this race last year but a mile is probably as far as she wants. The other is Dyslexic. I’m convinced she just doesn’t go at all on wet ground and she can jump out of the ground here. Again, the mile is a ? Alizee is the class runner of the race and she will appreciate a drier surface. She won this race last year but hasn’t exactly ran out the mile strongly at her past two starts. Dixie Blossoms is flying, Unforgotten gets the blinkers on and we can finally found out how she is going back on a drier surface, while the likes of three-year-olds Amphitrite, Fundamentalist and Nakeeta Jane (too bad to be true last start) also have claims. Tough race!

Advice: Could play three horses here- Prompt Response, Dixie Blossoms and Dyslexic all at decent odds. Tough race!

Selections: 2-4-14-1

2. Prompt Response ($11)- Chased home Winx and the Doncaster quinella LS on wet track. Third behind Trapeze Artist in track record time prior. On speed, $13 looks fair enough. Ran second in race last year and will appreciate drier track.

4. Dixie Blossoms ($8)- Loves Randwick and her run in the Doncaster was a cracker. Drier track no issue.

14. Dyslexic ($30): Outstanding sectionals fresh and then wet tracks against last two. Query at a mile but she has been crying out for a dry track. Not hopeless here.

1.Alizee ($6)- Class horse in the race and won this race last year. Drier track suits but her last two runs haven’t been great at a mile? She has peaked late.

Others to include:

7. Unforgotten ($17): Blinkers go on- Disappointing this prep but she has been striking wet tracks. Saturday will tell us where she is at.

18. Nakeeta Jane ($11): Too bad to be true last start and firmer track suits. Loves Randwick and should be flashing. Where does she get to from the gate?

13. Kenedna ($26): Loved the way she found the line in Melbourne last start. Proven at 2000m and if they go hard, she should be strong late here.

Other runners:

3. Daysee Doom ($20), 5. Invincible Gem ($30), 6. Oregon’s Day ($20), 8. Consensus ($34), 9. Eckstein ($60), 10. Princess Posh ($30), 11. Sedanzer ($60), 12. Spanish Reef ($30), 15. Miss Siska ($40), 16. Amphitrite ($16), 17. Fundamentalist ($16), 19. Seabrook ($60).

 

Race 10- TAB Sapphire Stakes (1200m, 5.10pm)

Overview: It’s hard to go past Spright and all of her runs this autumn have been super. She should have won the William Reid with even luck and there was nothing between her, Winter Bride and Resin two back. She gets a 1kg swing on Winter Bride and 3.5kg swing on Resin from that day. Winter Bride looks the danger and she looks to get all the favours on the map again here. Her Winona Girl Quality win was run in good figures. Invincibella can sprint well fresh, while Manicure, Savatiano and Egyptian Symbol (fresh) are all capable.

Advice: Spright on top but no value at $3.90.

Selections: 5-6-10-11

5. Spright ($4.50)- It’s hard to go past Spright and all of her runs this autumn have been super. She should have won the William Reid with even luck and there was nothing between her, Winter Bride and Resin two back. She gets a 1kg swing on Winter Bride and 3.5kg swing on Resin from that day.

6. Winter Bride ($6)-She looks to get all the favours on the map again here. Her Winona Girl Quality win was run in good figures. Just has to reproduce.

10. Resin ($14)- Nothing between her, Spright and Winter Bride two back and then WNC last start when second to Avantage. Would like sting out again?

11. Savatiano ($14)- Classy mare but where does she get to on the map back to 1200m? Chance all the same nice trial.

Others to include:

1.Invincibella ($14)- Nice soft trial. Fresh record is solid and can deliver a knockout blow if they overdo it up front. Would like some sting out of the track.

12. Manicure ($14)-Nothing between her and Invincibella at MM carnival. Back to 1200m off a soft trial suits here.

8. Egyptian Symbol ($15)- Looks a target race. Won Magic Millions race fresh although set up for her. Nice soft trial leading in and good speed here.

9. Ellicazoom ($17)- Not far off Spright latest but just gets a long way back?

Other runners:

2. White Moss ($30), 3. I Am Excited ($14), 4. Quilista ($40), 7. Siren’s Fury ($34), 13. Zumbelina ($30), 14. Irithea ($60), 15. Teleplay ($120), 16. Star Reflection ($40), 18. Miss Que ($60),19. Red Chandelier ($120).



Brad Davidson - Sky Racing

 Email to friend   

       

Send to friend

Sky Racing Brad Davidson Randwick preview tips April 13

Your Name *
Your Email *
Friend's Name *
Friend's Email *

Racing Search

Live Racing

International Racing

Upcoming International Racing on Sky

Saturday 21st

New Zealand HASTINGS
G1 - Windsor Park Plate

Sunday 22nd

COLOGNE
G1 - Preis Von Europa

Singapore KRANJI
G1 - Raffles Cup

Saturday 28th

NEWMARKET
G1 - The Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes

NEWMARKET
G1 - The Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes (class 1)

View Sky International

Form Guide

Sports

Connect