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A bumper all group nine-race card will take place at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday with $7.5 million in prize money up for grabs across the day.
The day is of course highlighted by the Golden Slipper which stands as the richest two-year-old event in the world and will see a host of challengers take on superstar filly Samaready.
Manighar and Americain will have a rematch in second feature race of the day, the $2.25 million BMW, which will test ten stayer’s over 2400 metres.
Outside of the two top races, there are three other Group 1 events including the George Ryder Stakes, the Queen Of The Turf Stakes and the Vinery Stud Stakes.
All feature some high class horses, meaning there is plenty of betting action to be had.
We at Races.com.au have developed our exclusive tips for every race in the harbour city this weekend so keep reading to see our predictions.
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Race 1 – 11:45 am The Schweppervescence (1400m)
#1 Flying Snitzel ($2.60) from #2 Proverb and #3 Smart Man
Flying Snitzel has the most accomplished record and should be far too strong for the 14 other horses lining up in Race 1 in Sydney this weekend. Read our exclusive predictions as to why we believe the three heaviest weighted horses will fill the top three spots.
Race 2 – 12:25pm Sebring Stakes (1100m)
#10 Tiger Tees ($7.00) from #13 Riva De Lago and #1 Mic Mac
Provided Tiger Tees can handle a step up in class this weekend, the New Zealand gelding should be near the front at the business end of the 1100 metre sprint. With six wins from nine starts, he has the best overall record in the race and we are tipping him to finish ahead of race favourite Riva De Lago and former Group 2 winner Mic Mac who is returning from a spell.
Race 3 – 1:05pm Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m)
#1 Mosheen ($1.50) from #2 Streama and #4 She Goes to Rio
Read our exclusive Vinery Studs form guide and tips story to find out why superstar filly Mosheen will make it three in a row after winning the Australian Guineas and the Randwick Guineas.
Race 4 – 1:45pm Myer Tulloch Stakes
#2 Darci Be Good ($8.50) from #10 Strawberry Boy and #8 Iggi Pop
Earlier today, we published a story detailing why Darci Be Good is set to score his first Group 2 win in the Tulloch Stakes and also put our case forward as to why Strawberry Boy and Iggi Pop will perform well in their first chance at Group level.
Race 5 – 2:25pm The BMW (2400m)
#2 Manighar ($4.00) from #1 Americain and #7 Precedence
French star Manighar is coming into the race in better form than his chief rival Americain and with a better barrier draw and a firm track, should prove a touch too good on Saturday. Read our preview and tips guide to find out more.
Race 6 – 3:05pm Inglis Queen Of The Turf Stakes (1500m)
#1 More Joyous ($1.80) from #5 Ofcourseican and #3 King’s Rose
The Races.com.au Queen Of The Turf Stakes predictions article details why glamour mare More Joyous will record back to back Queen Of The Turf Stakes victories ahead of the ever-improving Ofcourseican and Peter Moody-trained King’s Rose.
Race 7 – 3:50pm AAMI Golden Slipper (1200m)
#2 Epaulette ($7.50) from #10 No Looking Back and #9 Samaready
Check out our detailed Golden Slipper tipping guide to find out why we are tipping Epaulette to upset unbeaten filly Samaready!
Race 8 – 4:35pm The Daily Telegraph George Ryder Stakes (1500m)
#8 Sincero ($13.00) from #2 Rangirangdoo and #16 Niagara
The Races.com.au team is tipping an upset in the George Ryder Stakes. We believe two-time Group 1 winner Sincero can add another one to his resume, read our preview to find out why!
Race 9 – 5:10pm Cellarbrations HKJC Stakes (2000m)
#5 Maules Creek ($8.00) from #4 Crafty Irna and #7 Beijing Boy
The continually improving Maules Creek won at the distance last start in Randwick City Stakes and we are expecting the gelding to again step up and take victory in his first ever group race ahead of Epona Stakes runner-up Crafty Irna and New Zealand gelding Beijing Boy.
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