KEMBLA Grange is one of only two Australian meetings on this Tuesday, but fortunately the punters have some great racing to look forward to.
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Race 1 – Class 1 Handicap (1400m)
Aeecee Tianhu gets its chance to back up the maiden win it record just over a week ago and looks well placed to do it. The horse has ran all three races in its career to date at Kembla for a win and a placing, and we think it steps straight into Class 1 company here in style.
Race 1 tip: Aeecee Tianhu to win ($1.90 at Neds)
Race 2 – Benchmark 67 (1600m)
Roya’s Dream has won twice and placed once across five runs this preparation and we think it relish the smaller field on Tuesday. The horse will go forward and give them something to catch here, and we feel no runner will be able to get there.
Race 2 tip: Roya’s Dream to win ($4.20 at Neds)
Race 3 – Maiden Handicap (1600m)
Song And A Prayer has never finished beyond a length of the winner in its two career starts and is the clear runner to beat here. The horse has been making headway with every start and we believe it wins this event.
Race 3 tip: Song And A Prayer to win ($1.60 at Ladbrokes)
Race 4 – Class 2 Handicap (1000m)
Anna’s Joy will go forward from barrier seven here and take some catching. The horse was pretty ordinary at Rosehill on January 27 at a much higher level than this and we feel it can get the job done at a track and distance it has excelled at in the past.
Race 4 tip: Anna’s Joy to win ($3.90 at William Hill)
Race 5 – Benchmark 68 (2000m)
Oriental Runner is seeking a hat-trick and is perfectly placed to get it. The horse has recorded two wins this preparation from two starts and its last-start win at Kembla on January 27 over this grading was sensational. We expect Oriental Runner to jump at a much shorter price come race time.
Race 5 tip: Oriental Runner to win at Neds