2022 Rosehill Guineas Betting Tips & Predictions

We have expert betting tips for the Rosehill Guineas this Saturday at Rosehill which features a quality field of nine.

Some of Australia’s best middle-distance three-year-old thoroughbreds line up in the Rosehill Guineas, including Anamoe and Converge.

We have a runner-by-runner betting guide available for the Rosehill Guineas, which runs at 3:15 pm.

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Best bets for Rosehill Guineas 2022


Best Bet:

Anamoe @ $1.95 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Each Way Bet:

Converge @ $3.70 Bet @ Sportsbet


Best Roughie:

Sinba @ $31 Bet @ Sportsbet


Rosehill Guineas Trifecta Tips

Punters should have five runners on their ticket for the Rosehill Guineas trifecta.

  • Anamoe
  • Converge
  • Sinba
  • Profondo
  • Forgot You

Rosehill Guineas First-Four Tips

We have included six runners for our Rosehill Guineas first-four.

  • Anamoe
  • Converge
  • Sinba
  • Profondo
  • Forgot You
  • Sword Point

Rosehill Guineas Form Guide & Tips

1. Anamoe (Best Bet – $1.95) Bet @ Sportsbet

Anamoe couldn’t catch Converge last start but it wasn’t for a lack of trying. It was still a terrific effort from the Cox Plate placegetter and he is the class runner.

The three-year-old owns six wins and seven placings from 14 starts and he runs well at Rosehill, so the track isn’t a worry.

James McDonald rides and we’re prepared to take the $1.95.

2. Converge (Best Each Way – $3.70) Bet @ Sportsbet

Converge is the clear second pick after beating Anamoe last time out. It was a professional win and it should be able to kick on with it.

The son of Frankel will likely be in front of Anamoe again, so he’ll take some catching. He’s the biggest threat to the favourite and they could clear out down the straight.

3. Profondo ($5.50) Bet @ Sportsbet

Not much went right for Profondo in Melbourne, but we’re unsure if the bubble has burst.

He had a good campaign last time in work, but we question the strength of the opposition. However, bookmakers have him right in the market.

He’s talented at best, so he goes into trifecta calculations.

4. Forgot You ($9.50) Bet @ Sportsbet

Forgot You hasn’t lost any admirers with his two performances this preparation and the rise in distance to 2000m suits.

We’re unsure about how much he enjoys racing this way around, and he’s facing some smart types, so we’re prepared to risk him.

However, he goes into first four and trifecta calculations on the fourth line of betting.

5. Raging Bull ($46) Bet @ Sportsbet

Based on his recent form, we can’t see Raging Bull finishing close enough to worry them. He hasn’t shown much in two runs back from a spell.

Punters get big odds but rightfully so.

6. Sword Point ($61) Bet @ Sportsbet

Sword Point scored by 4.3 lengths on this track two starts back before finishing fourth at Canterbury.

He meets a much stronger field here and that could be problematic. However, rising in distance suits and he could run better than his odds suggest.

We’d prefer to see him in something easier, but ruling him out completely would be a mistake.

7. Sinba (Best Roughie – $31) Bet @ Sportsbet

Sinba scored back-to-back wins earlier this preparation before finishing eighth behind Converge last time out.

He’s good enough to turn that form around and punters get a good price for it to happen. He is better on good tracks, but he could boost payouts off the inside draw.

8. Three Wise Men ($201) Bet @ Sportsbet

Punters get huge odds for Three Wise Men but he has very little chance of winning the Rosehill Guineas.

We can’t see him figuring anywhere near them at the finish.

9. Mediaro ($61) Bet @ Sportsbet

The son of Lonhro broke maidens at Canberra two starts back before finishing fourth at Newcastle and he would need to find a few lengths.

The odds tell the story and he should be struggling a long way from home.

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