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Warwick Farm Winners - Tips For Wednesday 13th February

By Ray Hickson

Tips and race by race preview by Ray Hickson for Wednesday’s meeting at Warwick Farm. Selections based on a good track.

Race 1 – 1:35PM ANZ BLOODSTOCK NEWS HANDICAP (1600 METRES)

2. Final Award is a promising type and looks the winner after his impressive victory a week ago at Randwick. He was strong at the end of 1400m there so a mile should be no issue for him, you’d expect him to round up his five rivals but he’ll be a short price.

Dangers: 5. Helga could be a danger to the favourite, she won a good form race two starts back then not a lot of luck behind Cossetot at Canterbury a month ago. Kept up to it with two trials, she’ll be in or near the lead and can give some cheek. 4. Seles has taken on some handy three-year-olds at her last couple of starts and her run two back was sound behind Vegadaze. A good track will suit her so keep in mind. 6. Monegal has been thrown in the deep end somewhat but she put a big space on her rivals at Sapphire Coast last start and has a light weight.

How to play it: Final Award WIN ($1.65 TAB Fixed Odds).


Final Award wins easily at Randwick on February 6

Race 2 - 2:15PM SLEDMERE STUD PLATE (1200 METRES)

7. Enood has some strong form around her two starts, she was run down by Lyre last start and on debut ran on from near last into second behind Jedastar. If that form holds up then she’s very hard to beat, just needs some luck.

Dangers: 14. Still Single tackled the Widden Stakes on debut and she ran well without looking a threat at any stage. Nicely drawn and if there’s upside to her she has to be in the finish somewhere. 3. Colada trialled okay before having no luck at all at his debut behind Dawn passage. Not sure where he would have finished but it would have been closer than 10th. Drawn wide but that’s not such a big deal at 1200m on this track. Keep in mind. 4. Deep Chill stuck on okay in the Canonbury but was no match for the first two home. Good track will suit him so include in the chances.

How to play it: Enood WIN ($3.60 TAB Fixed Odds).

Race 3 – 2.50PM BOWERMANS OFFICE FURNITURE HANDICAP (2400 METRES)

5. Fluidity is the horse on the way up and she comes off a very impressive win at Wyong a last month into a winnable race. Made a long run from last and kept going, drawing away late. If she continues in the same vein then she’ll go close to making it a hat-trick.

Dangers: 3. Allcash can never be left out of a race like this, he bobs up now and then in the placings but definitely doesn’t win out of turn. Distance suits him now after four runs back so if he is going to fire it could be here. 8. Front View is racing consistently and finally broke through two starts ago before battling hard when narrowly beaten at this trip at Kembla. Each-way. 4. Triple Hero might find an easy lead which would give him a chance, though he's yet to try this trip and was safely held by Fluidity when they met at Wyong.

How to play it: Fluidity WIN ($2.50 TAB Fixed Odds).


Fluidity proves too strong at Wyong on January 27

Race 4 – 3.25PM HEADWATER@VINERY HANDICAP (1000 METRES)

3. Stephan covered plenty of extra ground when he resumed with a close second at Canberra, run down in the closing stages. Fitter for that and he was competitive in this sort of company last time in. Missed a place just once in nine starts, and that was a fourth, and he’ll give another good account.

Dangers: 1. Rebel Miss went for home before the turn and was left a sitting shot when runner-up over this course a couple of weeks back. She needs to be hitting the front at the 50m not the 450m. Hard to leave her out as it will work out for her one day. 5. Witherspoon is the likely leader she’s been game at 1100m at her past couple when leading but finding one or two better. If she gets an easy sectional or two she’ll prove hard to run down but she can’t seem to find the post at the moment. 7. God Of Thunder has ability but mixed his efforts on the track to date. Easy winner in a small field before a spell then trialled nicely between Brutal and Coterie at Rosehill. If he brings his A-game he’s hard to beat.

How to play it: Stephan E/W ($5.00 TAB Fixed Odds).


Stephan is narrowly beaten at Canberra on February 1

Race 5 – 4.05PM INGLIS COUNTRY HIGHWAY (1300 METRES)

8. Our Rosemaree was freshened up after winning successive Highways and dropped to 1000m for a luckless fourth at Warwick Farm on January 28. Only a small field there but she became badly wedged late and may have gone close with a clear run. Much better off at 1300m and she’ll take holding out.

Dangers: 3. Common Purpose is the logical horse to beat after a super first-up win at Canterbury. Barrier one could be a bit sticky for him if Saturday’s meeting is any guide but he’s very honest and will be very hard to stop. Read trainer John Bateman's comments here. 7. Pierino was unsuited fresh at 1100m behind the flying I Am A Cool Kid but he held his ground finishing midfield. All his good form is around the 1400m mark so expect a big improvement from him from a perfect draw. Must include. 6. Fun Tickets is another improver on his first-up effort at this track. Whether he wants a bit more than 1300m is the question, but he was strong on and through the line fresh and is unbeaten second-up. 12. Syd’s Footprints is way back in class on his effort at Randwick. Promising horse who can give a sight up on the speed.

How to play it: Our Rosemaree E/W ($8.00 TAB Fixed Odds).


Our Rosemaree’s last start fourth at Warwick Farm on January 28

Race 6 - 4:45PM INGLIS PROVINCIAL HIGHWAY (1300 METRES)

3. Archedemus is the current Provincial Championships favourite and he can shorten a point or two with a first-up win here. Dominant in his last win in December and he was fitted for a return with an impressive trial win over 1200m just over a week ago. On pacer who will be the one to catch in the straight.

Dangers: 6. Frankely Awesome was thrown into a Group 1 at her third start and wasn’t quite up to it but also wasn’t disgraced. Won her first two starts impressively and it’s a matter of whether 1300m is a bit sharp fresh. Hard to get a line on her from the two trials so be guided by the market. 9. Aliferous found the line strongly late fresh at Canterbury, she might want it a bit further now but has the run under her belt and is sure to be finishing off nicely again. 5. Juventus was good first-up then outsprinted at Canterbury last time. Extra 100m suits and can go forward to offset the barrier if needed.

How to play it: Archedemus WIN ($2.25 TAB Fixed Odds).


Archedemus wins his Warwick Farm trial on February 4

Race 7 - 5:20PM TAB REWARDS HANDICAP (1100 METRES)

4. Soul Star has been costly down south but she is consistent in city company. Ran on well two starts back then seemed to have her chance at Sandown last start. Perhaps the change of scenery is what she needs, she has the in-form apprentice on board and a wide open race. Surely she has her shot.

Dangers: 11. Our Revenue did a very good job to run second behind Koonunga at Canterbury given the winner led and she came from last. Racing well without winning at present and is one of the main hopes. 5. Lips ‘N’ Lashes is back in town after a couple of confidence boosting country wins. Probably could have been a bit more impressive at Tamworth last time but at peak now and drawn nicely. Go well. 2. Verlan came from well back to win second-up then led at Canterbury and couldn’t sustain it, dropping off late but only beaten a couple of lengths. Likely to be prominent from the inside and is worth another chance.

How to play it: Soul Star WIN ($4.00 TAB Fixed Odds).

All the fields, form and replays for Wednesday’s Warwick Farm meeting

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