The Wolf’s best bet is a French import at Rosehill. Here are Saturday’s racing tips.

WOLF’S BEST

Ashim has been terrific in both Australian starts and can break through for a deserved win at Rosehill. The French bred gelding ran well in a terrific form race at this track first up, before finishing second last time out at Randwick behind dominant all the way winner Zorocat (on a day it paid to be on speed) with a huge margin to third. 1500m third up suits and Brenton Avdulla should give him the run of the race from barrier three, and a slightly firmer surface should suit.
Recommended Price: $4.00
Confidence Level: 4.5/5

WOLF’S TIPS

If Mahamedeis can find his best form he looks extremely hard to beat in this race under set weight conditions. He won this race last year in a canter, and while his lead in form this year isn’t great, that has been without blinkers, which go back on today. The way he ran through the line in a jumpout on Monday suggests his best isn’t far away.
Recommended Price: $4.00
Confidence Level: 4/5

The Catch has been a revelation since joining the Michael Costa stable and can make it three wins from four starts for the new camp here. Last start saw him post an effortless win under 60.5Kg over 1712m at Grafton, the way he ran through the line there combined with a drop to 54Kg make him look very well placed against a moderate group over 2020m.
Recommended Price: $3.50
Confidence Level: 4/5

And Beyond could be the most exciting racehorse to come out of the Apple Isle since Mystic Journey and the unbeaten star can make it seven wins from as many starts at Caulfield. The Ken and Tanya Hanson trained gelding has won in Melbourne before, beating Curran, and that has went on to win twice more and place second to the likes of Ayrton and Litchfield County. And Beyond has had two wins on the synthetic at home to prepare for this and barrier eight is an ideal draw for the big striding galloper.
Recommended Price: $4.00
Confidence Level: 4.5/5

Heroic Chief takes on some smart gallopers here despite being a maiden, but on the strength of his recent jumpout at Flemington, it is not surprising trainer Levi Kavanagh has strong ambitions for him. He was going head to head with the likes of Isaurian there – very good form for this sort of race. From barrier four ‘Stubby’ Holder should give him every chance.
Recommended Price: $4.60
Confidence Level: 3.5/5

The Wolf couldn’t possibly jump off the Nordicus bandwagon as he goes for three straight wins in the closer at Doomben on Saturday. Two starts back he was an effortless winner when best bet in midweek company, before jumping off the canvas last time out when he looked gone for all money. The horse has always had plenty of talent and now he is fulfilling it, who knows how far he could go? a 1350m Class 6 here looks well within his grasp.
Recommended Price: $7.50/2.50
Confidence Level: 3.5/5

Red Can Man is looking to become the first horse since Rubitano in 2002 to complete the Sir John Monash – Bletchingly Stakes double, but he looks to have the talent required. The ex-WA galloper knuckled down well to score over the 1100m in the Monash but should only be better suited over this longer trip. From barrier three, Billy Egan should give him the run of the race.
Recommended Price: $4.60
Confidence Level: 3.5/5

Frosty Rocks resumes from a spell and looks well placed first up. The Bjorn Baker trained gelding was an effortless winner first up last time in and while this race is harder, he has trialled nicely and will benefit from a favourable barrier draw. From barrier two, Josh Parr should have him right on speed.
Recommended Price: $3.00
Confidence Level: 3.5/5

MULTI

Rosehill 8/1 Ashim & Caulfield 5/4 And Beyond

QUADDIES

Caulfield: 3,4,7/2,4,5,9/5,7/1,6,7,8,12

Rosehill: 3,4,5/1/4/3,6,9

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