We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Kembla Grange that features 10 quality betting races.
The Gong is the feature race on the card this Saturday and we have our best value bets available for every race on the card.
Kembla Grange horse racing tips
Race 1. (12:20) Go Hire BM78 (2000m)
#1 – Shibli @ $5 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Shibli is a smart type that will need to carry a big weight, but the five-year-old looks capable of winning.
The Chris Waller-trained son of Muhaarar scored a gutsy win at Rosehill last start and rising to 2000m won’t do his chances any harm.
Punters get each-way odds to enjoy.
Race 2. (12:55) Tab Highway Handicap C2 (1600m)
#6 – Shelby Sixtysix @ $6.50 – Bet @ Sportsbet
The Danny Williams-trained gelding owns two wins and seven placings from 13 starts, so he’s rarely too far away.
He returned to form with a second placing at Newcastle behind Street Power, and we expect that form to stack up nicely.
James McDonald rides and that should take him close.
Race 3. (13:30) Canadian Club BM78 (1000m)
#4 – Satin Ribbons @ $3.80 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Satin Ribbons is searching for four consecutive wins after scoring by Randwick by over a length last start.
The three-year-old filly is a speedy customer who continues to be underrated in betting markets, but we’re happy to take the $3.80 available.
Carrying 54kg is ideal and she should lead and kick.
Race 4. (14:05) Elite Sand & Soil BM78 (1200m)
#7 – Rammstein @ $5.50 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Rammstein owns two wins and six second placings from 16 starts, so he’s rarely too far away from the prize.
The five-year-old son of Snitzel was only 1.9 lengths behind Blake Duke last start, so he’s good enough to turn the tables.
It‘s another good ride for McDonald.
Race 5. (14:40) Evergreen Turf Australia BM78 (1200m)
#3 – Selburose @ $4 – Bet @ Sportsbet
The form of Selburose should be too much for this field. The four-year-old comes off a placing behind Katalin, which bodes well.
The Chris Waller-trained daughter of I Am Invincible has figured in the finish in 10 of her 15 starts, so punters always get a good look.
The $4 is a lovely price and it should firm.
Race 6. (15:20) PFD Food Services Midway (1400m)
#8 – Trust the Process @ $11 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Trust the Process wasn’t beaten far behind Too Much Caviar at Randwick last start and that form should hold up nicely.
The five-year-old son of Reset was only 1.6 lengths behind the winner, and although he hasn’t won for a while, that could change.
We’re happy to take the risk at the price.
Race 7. (16:00) Traffic Logistics The Warra (1000m)
#3 – Malkovich @ $2.10 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Malkovich is one of the better bets on the card. The four-year-old comes off three consecutive second placings behind some smart types.
He ran second at Flemington last time out and the level of opposition has been tough. This is no easier, but with the inside draw and McDonald riding, he’s the testing material.
The market suggests as much, so put him on top.
Race 8. (16:40) The Gong (1600m)
#11 – Atishu @ $7 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Atishu has been facing tough fields this season, so she should have no problem handling this field.
The former Kiwi runner wasn’t too far behind I’m Thunderstruck in the Golden Eagle, and she didn’t get much luck in running.
Carrying 54kg is ideal and we’re loving the odds.
Race 9. (17:20) Abax Contracting BM88 (1600m)
#11 – Equation @ $17 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Not much has gone the way of Equation so far, but the four-year-old could return to form on Saturday.
The Annabel Neasham-trained runner owns four wins from nine starts, so the class is there and Kembla Grange should suit.
Punters get odds worth taking.
Race 10. (18:00) Polytrack BM78 (1400m)
#8 – Dynamic Impact @ $3.50 – Bet @ Sportsbet
Bjorn Baker lines up the four-year-old son of Real Impact who comes off a tough win at Rosehill.
He either wins or doesn’t go close, so his record of four wins and no placings from 12 starts is impressive.
Most of the money has come for Dynamic Impact, so put him on top.
After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.