Daily Racing Tips – Thursday 8th August

Kembla Grange - Race 2 1:50pm AEST

No. 1 Antonio

Mo’s Crown will be tough to beat, but it is Antonio that is the value in this contest. He has been tough in his past two starts at Gosford and Kembla Grange and he should now be at peak fitness. Nash Rawiller will take him straight to the front in the early stages of the race and he will prove tough to catch.

Kembla Grange - Race 4 3:05pm AEST

No. 3 Eleven Eleven

Eleven Eleven has recorded two wins from his past two starts in very impressive fashion and there is no reason that he can’t continue his winning ways. He clearly has taken a liking to the 1000 metres at Kembla Grange and he does have plenty of early speed. Gregory Hickman has placed him well and he should win again.

Kembla Grange - Race 5 3:45pm AEST

No. 3 Emergent

Emergent claimed a maiden race win in impressive fashion last start and the Sebring gelding does look to have plenty of upside. He maps to get a lovely run just behind the speed with Brenton Avdulla in the saddle and this really isn’t much tougher than his last start win. He is a deserving favourite.

Kembla Grange - Race 7 4:55pm AEST

No. 4 Holy Reign

Holy Reign returned to the races with a close second place finish at Newcastle and he was able to return to winning form with a classy effort at Kembla Grange last start. He has recorded two wins from as many starts at Kembla Grange and he generally does improve the further that he gets into his campaign.