August 9, 2018
Rosehill Gardens will feel Spring in the air at ClubsNSW Western Metro Region Raceday this Saturday as a classy group of three year olds head toward some major targets.
Saturday’s $150,000 listed Smithfield RSL Club Rosebud will plant the first seeds of Spring campaigns ahead of a series of races towards Rosehill Gardens’ $1 million Group 1 De Bortoli Wines Golden Rose in September.
The James Cummings Godolphin colt Plague Stone is a warm $2.60 TAB Fixed Odds favourite on Saturday, ahead of the Kim Waugh trained Oxford Tycoon ($4.40 TAB Fixed Odds).
In coming weeks, three year old colts and fillies will contest several features leading up to the $1 million Group 1 De Bortoli Wines Golden Rose on 22 September, including:
- $200,000 Group 2 Darley Silver Shadow Stakes and $150,000 Group 2 Sydney Markets Up and Coming Stakes at Royal Randwick (18 August);
- $150,000 Group 3 Singapore Airlines San Domenico Stakes and $150,000 Group 3 Visit Monaco Ming Dynasty at Rosehill Gardens (25 August);
- $200,000 Group 2 Darley Furious Stakes at Royal Randwick (1 September);
- $200,000 Group 2 The Run To The Rose and Group 2 $200,000 Stan Fox Stakes (8 September)
Full TAB Fixed Odds markets for all Rosehill Gardens races on Saturday can be found at www.tab.com.au
The latest market for the $1 million Group 1 De Bortoli Wines Golden Rose is available at https://www.tab.com.au/racing/2018-09-22/R/Racing%20-%20Futures/Golden%20Rose%20Stakes%20(All%20In)?futures=true
The Rosehill Gardens course proper was rated a Good 4 on Thursday morning.
ClubsNSW Western Metropolitan Region has partnered with Sydney racing and Australian Turf Club for almost 30 years, and will host a function on Saturday in the Grand Pavilion.
Partnering with races at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday are: Smithfield RSL Club, Fairfield RSL Club, St Johns Park Bowling Club, Dooleys, Campbelltown Catholic Club, Bankstown Sports, and Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL.
All ClubsNSW Members and Members of these clubs in the region can receive free entry on Saturday by presenting their card at the gates.
Tickets for all ATC racedays and Everest Carnival are now on sale, and offer up to 20 per cent discounts for early bookings, and further discounts for group bookings.
Rosehill Gardens and all ATC racecourses provide free parking and free high capacity WiFi.
For all ticketing, racing and general information visit theATC.com.au
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