Daily Racing Tips – Tuesday, May 19

Kembla Grange: Race 1 (12:50pm)
No. 7 Hyannis Port

Hyannis Port has managed a win and a third from her two career race starts and she returns to the track for her second preparation in the opening race of the day at Kembla Grange. 

Her recent barrier trial suggests she is ready to perform first up and she has drawn the inside barrier for this assignment.

Kembla Grange: Race 2 (1:25pm)
No.10 Trieste

Trieste found a few with a fitness edge over her first up when she ran fourth at Newcastle over the 1400m.

She wacked away to the line but the run was full of merit and she will strip fitter for the run.

The Fastnet Rock filly has some ability and her maiden race win is not far away and she really does look well placed here.

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Kembla Grange: Race 5 (3:20pm)
No. 8 Tawareet

This is a hot little race in the fifth event of the day at Kembla Grange, but Tawareet is more than up to the challenge at a nice price. 

The I Am Invincible mare was runner up six times before she finally broke through for her maiden race win at Gosford toward the end of her last prep. 

She was beaten just 2.7 lengths behind the talented Maddi Rocks at her last run last prep and she has trailed well heading into this first up assignment.

Kembla Grange: Race 6 (3:55pm)
No. 6 Budderoo Knight

It’s hard to go past Budderoo Knight in this contest after he dominated his rivals in this grade to score by 3.3 lengths last start.

He is a horse that can mix his form but he has a decent overall career winning record with 10 wins from his 50 starts. 

He has drawn well in barrier six and Brock Ryan will get some weight relief.