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BlueBet's Sunday best bets


Below are BlueBet's Sunday best bets:

Kembla Grange Race 2 – TYROL

Favourite on the card who looks hard to beat is Tyrol. Still in his first racing preparation, he looks ready now third up after a decent run last time out at Hawkesbury when he chased from a long way out, in a very slowly run race (11 lengths slow to the 600m). He mathematically had no chance to win the way the race was run but his closing sectionals were strong, recording the 6th fastest last 400m of the day. Suited now stepping to 1500m and will appreciate finally seeing a good track. Couple that with the huge bonus of Nash Rawiller going aboard and he looks hard to beat. Happy to side with him in what looks a fairly weak event.

Kembla Grange Race 3 – 9 – CIRCLING

First starter for the Ryan/Alexiou camp who looks to have gone up a nice price here on debut. The now three-year Vancouver colt has had two trials in readiness, the first a very stylish piece of work where he found the line strongly at Canterbury, then a quiet spin around over the 1030m at Rosehill. Strikes a very winnable maiden here with some horses hopelessly exposed and seemingly not at the peak stage of their preparations. Look for him to settle midfield with J Collett taking the reins. 1400m first up is the slight query but tipping the camp (who go very well fresh) will have poured the work into him. Regulation has trialed nicely and looks the horse to beat but short enough in early markets.

Kembla Grange Race 6 – 10 – BRUCKNER

Happy to have something on this colt from the Maher/Eustace yard. He kicks off his second racing preparation off two runs in the Autumn, the first of which at Canberra over the 1000m where he was well backed but he just found the trip too sharp. Jumped sharply in class subsequent to that when he lined up in the Pago Pago at Rosehill over six furlongs where he was snipped in the market ($41-$21) but raced in the wrong part of the track for the day. The fact that they threw him in the deep end so early you’d think the camp has a decent opinion. Resumes here off two slick trials so he looks ready to go and has drawn favorably for a nice run on the map with J Collett aboard. Thinking he starts shorter so happy to play at the $8/$9 available.

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