The modern day Kembla Grange bears scant resemblance to my earliest memory dating back thirty years:
Today’s programme is conducted with the rail in the 7m position, last used on July 16th. On that occasion leaders and rails dwellers were in the ascendancy, the only time such an advantage was afforded the entire winter.
[1.09pm] The Chris Waller stable has stacked the mile maiden with 4 of the 9 starters. Nonetheless, Arabian and Prince Morpheus appear scratching for form, while Mozart’s Work and Nothing Box emanate from a poor reference at Kembla’s most recent meeting a fortnight back. Perhaps Mozart’s Work may improve from a wide draw, but the favourite LOUD ENOUGH has the right form and the draw to make all at his 3rd run back after stepping sharply from 1200m to 1600m and drawing unfavourably inside last start.