Timeform pick out three bets from Kenilworth on Wednesday.
"With nothing obviously of that standard in this field, a comfortable win is eagerly anticipated..."
Township Melody must be beginning to frustrate top trainer Justin Snaith after the daughter of Pathfork ran her third consecutive second place here last time out over this course and distance, beaten less than half a length in a rattling finish with Fresnaye who got first run on her. The third was a further three and a half lengths adrift and has won since to frank the form, and with the stable in good sorts it is hard to see Township Melody failing this morning.
Red Eight is a regular "bridesmaid" for trainer Vaughan Marshall and has finished second in his last four races but this may well be his best chance yet of getting off the mark. He has run well at this course which is a positive but put in one of his better efforts last time out at Durbanville when a length second to Night In Winter over this trip, and with nothing obviously of that standard in this field, a comfortable win is eagerly anticipated.
Dynasty's Blossom has the likeable Joey Ramsden in charge of her training schedule and he looks to have found a great opportunity for the Dynasty filly to win her first race on her fourth start. The further she goes the better she gets with a length and a quarter second to Royal Frost over this course and distance last time out the best yet, and as this field appears to have less strength in depth, Dynasty's Blossom can get to the front where it counts granted a clear run here.
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(All from Kenilworth)