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Kembla Grange Tips January 19 – Best bets and expert tips for Saturday

Aaron Hamilton in Free Tips 14 Jan 2019
  • Best bets for Kembla Grange each meeting.

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Our form analysts give you the best bets for a profitable day of punting at Kembla Grange, approximately 95km from Sydney and located along the Princes Highway at the foothills of the Illawarra Escarpment.

Racing takes place at Kembla Grange on alternate Saturday’s with the course boasting one of the best shaped racetracks in Australia which provides every horse its chance due to the long straight.

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Kembla Grange Tips - January 19


Tips to be updated on Thursday, January 17.

Previous Kembla Grange Tips:


January 12


Race 1 - 1:05PM TIARN WARNER F&M CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
It’s rare to see a four-year-old mare having their first start in the care of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, but that’s what we saw when ECHO PRINCESS was produced first-up over 1400m and saluted. The daughter of Redoute’s Choice led all the way and is sure to take plenty of benefit from the run, and the fact Gai persisted with her after a two-year injury-enforced lay-off means she has some ability. Casino Angel and Swiss come out of the same 1400m race where they finished 3rd and 4th in the same time as Echo Princess, but she ran her last 600m much quicker and has more upside. 
Abandoned

Race 2 - 1:40PM CARRIN DI MILIA CG&E CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
I’m guessing all the money will be with Resonare and Osorno here, but I’m leaning to WE COULD BE HEROES who has fitness on his side and carries 5.5kg and 6kg less than the top pair. He’s running comparable times with that pair over 1400m and drops 4kg on his last start. He’s proven on Heavy going having finished runner-up to the promising American Salute, and the fact he’s unplaced in seven runs on Good going and has won and placed four times on rain-affected ground suggests he gets conditions to suit on Saturday. 
Abandoned

December 15


Race 3 - 2:09PM COKE NO SUGAR MAIDEN PLATE (1500 METRES)
Perfect draw sets this race up for the speedy SAZAVEE. James Innes gets a rare opportunity to impress Gai and Adrian and should have little difficulty following the stable’s script by sending this mare forward. She was runner-up this grade last start. So is fitter now 2nd up. Noble House to run on for 2nd.
Result (2nd)

Race 4 - 2:44PM SOUTH COAST PARTY HIRE MAIDEN HANDICAP (1300 METRES)
This big gangly thing from the Team Snowden camp called DARKHAWK appeals here now that he is having his 2nd race start. Seemed to get a bit cluttered up on debut and resent that. Experience is a wonderful thing so look for him to run even better than his even paced 4th this grade.
Result (scratched)

Race 6 - 4:04PM ADAM MILLER MEMORIAL CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
As you know it's a big step up from Maiden to Class 1 grade but when you get burdened with the top weight too, it generally proves too hard. Probably not this time though. This guy ARCHEDEMUS looks very progressive, maybe even city grade. He toyed with maiden rivals last start and being trained here, he rates highly.
Result (1st - $7)

December 1


Race 1 - 12:59PM ILLAWARRA TURF CLUB BENCHMARK 64 HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Nearly every week we see a Team Snowden horse trial and finish well back in that trial before coming out and performing on race day. Hoping that occurs here with RIO DE JANEIRO. He was weakening out of it late in his trial, but it was a super strong trial. Can win this from OTTAMAE.
Result (Unplaced)

Race 2 - 1:34PM HAWKESBURY RACE CLUB F&M CLASS 1 HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
I'm right about Rio De Janeiro in the previous race, then I'm all over GRUNDALINA here. She was close up in that same trial and although her form says she never seems to win, that trial was hot. So I'm backing her here.
Result (3rd)

Race 7 - 4:44PM NEWCASTLE JOCKEY CLUB MAIDEN HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
How many times do we see this? A Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained runner perform OK on debut then within 2 starts is winning by huge margins? Well this one, POINT OF HONOUR, is owned by Adrian's father and was handy on debut this grade when 3rd. Fitter now, will be allowed to roll along in front and should, if I'm on point with my theory, race away and break their hearts.
Result (4th)

November 17


Race 2 - 1:39PM LAWRENCE HARGRAVE PRIVATE HOSPITAL CLASS 2 HANDICAP (1600 METRES)
WATCHDOG is also in at Rosehill on Saturday. If he runs in this, he looks a class above them and should storm home and win. If not, then I'm on NERUDA for Kristen Buchanan who trained a Port Macquarie double on Thursday.
Result (scratched)

Race 6 - 4:04PM RAMSAY HEALTHCARE MAIDEN PLATE (1300 METRES)
They came from the trees, jumped out of planes and just teleported to the track to back ARCHEDEMUS last start when resuming from a spell. And after crunching him into long odds on, he sat on speed and was narrowly beaten into 2nd spot. Is trained at this track, is fitter now, and where there is smoke there is fire.
Result (scratched)

Race 8 - 5:24PM ROTARY CLUB OF ILLAWARRA SUNRISE MAIDEN HANDICAP (1500 METRES)
Trainer Chris Waller accepted with a host of runners here but I tend to think this is the best of them. His name is BORAZON and he will like the hectic pace that looks like being set here. Experience is a big thing in maidens and he's raced 3 times, placing twice this grade.
Result (scratched)

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