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Our Rosehill at Kembla Grange Horse Racing Tips for the weekend.

Anamoe (Rosehill at Kembla Grange Race 8 No. 1):
This three-year-old Street Boss colt trained by James Cummings has three wins and three places from seven starts. At  the end of last campaign he won the Group 2 Todman Stakes, finished 2nd in the Group 1 Golden Slipper then was a 2.8 length winner of the the Group 1 ATC Sires Produce. He resumes after 22 weeks and placed in a trial on 2 September. This classy colt should win.


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Zakat (Rosehill at Kembla Grange Race 9 No. 7):
This five-year-old Lonhro gelding trained by James Cummings has three wins and 13 places from 21 starts. He was behind the leader straightening and got struck by another riders whip at the 200m before finishing 3.8 lengths 3rd over 1200m at Kembla Grange on 14 August, then he settled at the rear and chased hard for 2 lengths 3rd over 1200m at Kembla Grange on 28 August. Looks a nice each-way chance in this Benchmark 88 Handicap.


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Philipsburg (Rosehill at Kembla Grange Race 1 No. 6):
This four-year-old Per Incanto gelding trained by James Ponsonby is the early favourite in this Highway Class 3 handicap over 1400m. He resumed from an 18 week spell for 0.4 length 2nd over 1200m at Randwick on 31 July, where the winner was too good late, then never really got clear when 4.6 lengths 9th over 1400m at Kembla Grange on 14 August. Others offer better value.


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Race 1

4 Commando Hunt
11 So Say You
15 Princess De Roca
1 Rari

Race 2

1 Mankayan
4 Torrens
7 Accountability
2 Off Shaw

Race 3

9 Yiyi
4 Crystal Pegasus
13 Toomuchtobear
11 Bazooka

Race 4

1 Oxford Tycoon
6 Cobia
2 Exceltic
5 Barossa Rosa

Race 5

1 Tiger Of Malay
7 Silent Impact
3 Royalzel
11 Hinged

Race 6

4 Entriviere
6 Tailleur
5 Fituese
8 Written Beauty

Race 7

6 Private Eye
10 Big Parade
11 Embracer
2 Icebath

Race 8

2 Anamoe (BB)
7 In The Congo
4 Converge
1 Stay Inside

Race 9

5 Never Talk
7 Zakat
4 Emanate
8 Count De Rupee

Race 10

6 Kingsheir
9 Brookspire
7 Loveplanet
8 Wairere Falls

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