Kembla Grange is fit for Prince

Chance: Gai Waterhouse has a number of hopes on Sunday.

Chance: Gai Waterhouse has a number of hopes on Sunday.

TOP-weighted Echo Prince returns to a happy hunting ground at Kembla Grange for leading Sydney trainer Gai Waterhouse on Sunday. Carrying 61kgs with Koby Jennings aboard, Echo Prince has won twice and placed twice in four starts at Kembla Grange over the 1200m.

Stablemate Fat Chap will be looking for more distance, but resumes from a spell after two trials, including a four length win over 1045m at Randwick earlier this month.

He’s previously won at Kembla Grange, but over 2000m, though has placed in maiden company over 1350m at Wyong and 1600m at Gosford.  

However, the Matthew Dale-trainer Falco looms as a threat, also resuming in the Benchmark 70 race.

Sunday’s meeting features an eight-race card, with the first jumping at 1pm.

Kembla Grange trainer Donna Grisedale will have to overcome a wide barrier and carrying 61.5 kgs, on Lolly Shoppe in the Benchmark 65 over 1400m

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