Daily Racing Tips – Thursday 24th June

Kembla Grange - Race 1 1:20pm AEST

No. 5 Stylebender

Stylebender put together back to back placings at Canberra and Hawkesbury before stepping out in far better company at his last couple.

The last of those placings came on a heavy track where he was beaten just over half a length.

He should be nearing peak fitness at this stage in his prep, the 2000m is perfect for him and he will appreciate the big step down in grade.

Kembla Grange - Race 3 2:35pm AEST

No. 6 Crazy Train

Crazy Train was placed in three of six during her last prep, beaten by less than a length each time.

All of her best runs have been on a good track but she gets through the rain effected going okay and she has had two nice trials leading into this first up assignment.

The 1300m suits and she represents good each way value at around the $10 mark.

Kembla Grange - Race 5 3:45pm AEST

No. 4 Tickler

Tickler is another one on the card at Kembla Grange this afternoon that represents good each way value as well.

The lightly raced four year old gelding resumed after an 18 week spell but he won on a heavy track when making his racing debut at Warwick Farm so the horse can race well fresh.

They may be a bit sharp for him over 1000m, and he will only improve on what he does first up but we can’t let him go around at $10 without something on each way.

Kembla Grange - Race 6 4:20pm AEST

No. 4 Madam Charm

Madam Charm has managed two wins from five career starts and has been unplaced just once.

The three year old filly by Charm Spirit was a winner at this track just two starts back on the heavy surface and a repeat of that effort would see her go very close in a race of this quality.

Jason Collet steers from barrier eight.