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Kembla Grange Tips 26/04/2023

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



Race 5:  No.7  SILENT RAINDROPS  ($4.20 with Neds)

The Joe Pride-trained SILENT RAINDROPS is also third-up today and has shown enough this time in to suggest she is ready to win. Last start, the Sebring filly followed the front runners into the straight and when she eventually hit top gear, she charged home to grab third prize in a four-horse battle to the line, beaten less than half a length. She will strip fitter today and the extra distance should also enhance her chances here. She draws sweetly in gate two today and maps to settle just off the speed. Tyler Schiller is in control for this assignment and already placed at the track, and on wet tracks, she looks poised to break through today.



Race 6:  No.9  RESISTIBLE  ($8 with Ladbrokes

Michael Freedman saddles-up RESISTIBLE here who is third-up and looking to end the run of bridesmaid finishes today. Last start, the Snitzel filly made it back-to-back runner-up efforts when she beat all but one home in a BM64 Hcp, here over 1300m. She did it tough that day, sitting outside the leader without cover and after taking over in the run home, had the job of holding the 13-strong field at bay. Unfortunately, a swooper scored an inside run and nosed her out on the line. Today, the stable makes a gear change and swaps the winkers for visors and from gate four, the three-year-old maps to settle just behind the speed. Mitchell Bell retains the ride with two runs behind her now, today can be her day, at odds too.



Race 3:  No.4  DOLPHINA  ($8.50 with Ladbrokes)

The Ron Quinton-trained DOLPHINA is third-up today and back at a more suitable distance here, looks in the mix at odds. Last start, the Casino Prince mare was second-up at Hawkesbury where the 1400m trip was far too short for her as she finished back in the field, never getting hot. Today, however, is a whole new ball game. She returns to the 2000m journey where five previous runs saw her finish top-two on three occasions. Today, she has Louise Day back on board who has steered her to victory twice previously (including her last win on this track). Drawn to do no early work from gate five, she is unbeaten third-up and looks great value in this contest.