Kembla Grange Preview & Best Bets – Friday March 10

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Kembla Grange Tips 10/03/2023

Our form expert provides Kembla Grange tips for today’s horse racing at Kembla Grange Racecourse and gives his best bets.



Race 7:  No.7  CALL DI  ($4 with Ladbrokes)

Rosehill galloper CALL DI sees the Kembla Grange track for the first time today but her (short) resume still suggests she is a genuine contender for the $100k first prize. Last start, the well-bred Frankel filly came off a Maiden win at Randwick before making a good impression when finishing third in the Group 2 Angus Armanasco Stakes (1400m) on the Lakeside course at Sandown. Second-last on the turn, she was held up in the run home and sandwiched between runners before pushing through to get up in time to grab the bronze medal. Third-up today, the mile looks ideal for her as she maps to settle near mid-field with Tyler Schiller back on board for today’s assignment. A clear run to the line today puts her right in the mix.


Race 4:  No.6  DYNAMIC IMPACT  ($4 with TAB)

The Bjorn Baker-trained DYNAMIC IMPACT takes-on Provincial company today and with three wins against his name this time in, he looks a serious contender here. Last start, the Real Impact gelding was shooting for the hat-trick when he came up a little short, finishing fourth in a BM88 over 1200m at Randwick. With Tim Clark aboard, he drew the outside gate (10) and settled last before putting in a big finish after being held up for most of the run home. He posted the fastest final 800m, 600m and 400m sectionals for that race. The smaller field today should suit and he has Clark sticking with him for this contest. A little more luck in the run home today could see him back in the winner’s circle.



Race 5:  No.4  MIKASA  ($7.50 with Palmerbet)

The John Thompson-trained MIKASA is in career-best form this preparation and looks well placed here to make an impact on the outcome here today. Last start, the Maurice mare came off four-straight top-two finishes when she seemed to struggle on the wet track at Warwick Farm, finishing unplaced in the BM72 over 2400m. Keagan Latham finished runner-up on the mare, here three starts back and returns for today’s contest. She maps to settle in the first half-dozen from gate six and conditions today are ideal for her with a Good 4 to run on and clear skies as well. Back to Provincial class and down in grade, she can give this a shake at good odds today.