We have expert betting tips for the card this Wednesday at Kembla Grange that features eight quality betting races.
Kembla Grange always provides punters with good betting fields and the fields this Wednesday hold up to that.
We have our best value bets across the eight races.
Kembla Grange horse racing tips & form
Race 1. (13:45) Members Raceday Maiden (2000m)
#7 – Somnus – Bet Now
Mark Newnham lines up the three-year-old gelding, which has one placing from four starts.
The three-year-old son of Savabeel finished third at Hawkesbury two back in December. He has since run fourth on this track and that bodes well for a good run here.
Securing the inside draw is ideal and we’re expecting a nice effort.
Race 2. (14:20) Duck Creek Dash Maiden (1000m)
#1 – Black Meteor – Bet Now
Black Meteor could make a winning debut after two pleasing trials coming into this.
The Gary Portelli-trained two-year-old placed at Hawkesbury and Rosehill to prepare for this run, so we’re expecting a top effort.
Tom Sherry will need to produce a good ride, but the son of Exosphere could be a fraction too good for this lineup.
Race 3. (14:55) Mullet Creek Maiden (1200m)
#8 – Zouspectre – Bet Now
The breeding is there with the three-year-old son of Zoustar, and his trial form has been good leading into this run.
He comes into this having placed at Rosehill behind Green Jacket and his trial form also includes placings behind Spaceboy and Profit.
That form has stacked up on race day, so expect a good effort off the inside draw.
Race 4. (15:30) Holcim Australia Maiden (1200m)
#5 – Joliette – Bet Now
Chris Waller lines up the three-year-old filly that has placed in two of her four career starts.
The well-bred daughter of Charm Spirit didn’t fire in a tough maiden at Canterbury last start, but her form prior was good enough to take this out.
She finished third behind Jetski on this track in September and jumping from barrier three is ideal for this run.
Having Kerrin McEvoy in the saddle doesn’t hurt either.
Race 5. (16:05) Poplar Petfood & Produce Maiden (1400m)
#9 – Poetry In Motion – Bet Now
Poetry In Motion is having her second career start having finished fourth at Kembla Grange earlier this month.
The three-year-old by Declaration of War was only a half-length behind the winner after settling well back throughout the run.
She was paying $30 with bookmakers on that occasion, but punters should be expecting much shorter odds for this.
Race 6. (16:40) Wiseman Insurance BM64 (1300m)
#6 – Howra – Bet Now
Punters should put a line through her most recent run at Randwick where she finished last of 10 runners.
The Snowden-trained filly had won her two starts prior at Canberra, and punters should look at that form instead.
Tim Clark takes the ride and given this filly likes to settle forward, he’s the ideal jockey to have in the saddle.
Punters should expect a bounce back performance.
Race 7. (17:15) Bull Point @ Kingstar Farm BM64 (1300m)
#2 – Uno That – Bet Now
Uno That hasn’t done much in two runs back from a spell, but the ability is there.
The six-year-old gelding scored back-to-back wins on this track last year, including a 5.5-length romp last April.
He jumps off the inside draw and Winona Costin could get the best out of him.
Race 8. (17:50) Bobs Platinum Handicap (1500m)
#10 – Misty Summer – Bet Now
Misty Summer went close at Warwick Farm last start and that’s going to be a good form guide for this race.
The Waller-trained mare by Dundeel flashed home late to run second and she’s going to enjoy carrying a light weight of 54.5kg for this.
It’s another good ride for McEvoy and he gets the inside draw to work with.