Daily Racing Tips – Wednesday 21st July

Randwick-Kensington - Race 3 2:00pm AEST

No. 1 Mother's Mercy

Mother’s Mercy has recorded five wins from her seven race starts and she should be right in the mix once again.

This is a genuine step-up in class for the Redoute’s Choice mare, but she has form around some good horses and she still has the upside to improve.

The two kilogram claim of Tom Sherry suits and she is a great value bet in what is a very open race.

Randwick-Kensington - Race 4 2:35pm AEST

No. 7 Kinloch

Kinloch wasn’t disgraced in a stronger race than this last start and before that he scored an impressive win at this venue.

This is a step-up in trip and that is something of an unknown, but he has a great record at this track and has won on a soft track in the past.

Barrier six suits and he has the advantage of Hugh Bowman in the saddle.

Randwick-Kensington - Race 6 3:45pm AEST

No. 5 Kutayha

It has been a while between wins for Kutayha, but this does look like a lovely race for him.

I like the fact that he has been freshened-up for this contest and the drop back in trip suits.

I am confident that he is the best horse in this field and he will have every possible chance in the run with James McDonald in the saddle.

Randwick-Kensington - Race 7 4:20pm AEST

No. 3 Irish Angel

Irish Angle has developed into a very consistent mare that simply never produces a poor performance.

She started her campaign with a classy win at Canterbury and she wasn’t disgraced when she finished second behind Magic Ruler at Rosehill Gardens last start.

The sting out of the track is an advantage for her and she is another mare that will get a lovely run in transit.