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Belmont Park

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Race 1

Outrun - 3:1

Newman - 2:1

Avail Ekati - 5:1

Race 2

Liberal Spin - 7:2

Creaky Cricket - 5:2

Gran the Man - 5:1

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Belmont Park

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Race 1

Tiz Rae Anna - 6:5

Loose - 5:1

Tiz All Around Us - 12:1

Race 2

Seize - 2:1

Runaway Posse - 3:1

Blackout - 10:1

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Race 1

Literata - 5:2

Wembley - 7:2

Tale for Ruby - 8:5

Race 2

The Eagle Is Gone - 5:1

Woundwithhereyes - 7:2

Hoponthebusgus - 3:1

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Belmont

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With the Belmont card starting with 2 steeplechase races, we'll be starting seletions from Bobby Fornaro from Race 3.

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Belmont Park

Race 1

Lucky Lotto - 3:1

Best Play - 4:1

Midnight Hawk - 1:1

Race 2

Soglio - 6:5

Heaven Is Waiting - 3:1

Profiteer - 5:1

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Belmont Park

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After going 4 for 4 to kick off the day yesterday, Bobby Fornaro kicks off this day of racing by taking in the Belmont card! Follow along as Bobby helps lead the way to the Finish Winning Line.



Race 1

Spun Cooper - 3:1

Redneck Gold - 9:5

Prove It All Night - 7:2

Race 2

Bustin the Bank - 3:1

Mobridge - 5;2

Giant Finish - 8:1

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Belmont

Race 1

Familyofroses - 2:1

Saluda - 7:2

Majestic Jessica - 8:5

Race 2

Proud Zip - 3:1

One More Round - 3:5

Splashtastic - 6:1

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Bobby Fornaro

Bobby Fornaro kicks off the day of racing with Belmont Park's 9 race card. Follow along and start building your bankroll for this Saturday's Richo Woodbine Mile card at Woodbine!

Belmont Park

Race 1

Langfirst - 4:1

Can Can Babe - 7:5

Natalie Victoria - 8:5

Race 2

Show River - 3:1

Barbie Stones - 8:5

Quasney's Angel - 6:1

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Bobby Fornaro

Kicking off the day, Bobby Fornaro takes a look at the Opening Day card at Belmont Park! A great 9 race card is on tap for the opening of this season's meet. We'll also have a counterpart selection from Leo Guerrero of LG Hipico for the card - because it always helps to have multiple views.

Here's to a winning day at Belmont!

 

Belmont Park - Opening Day

Race 1

Chomsky - 5:2

Tree Top Lover - 3:1

Play Big - 7:2

Race 2

Winter Springs - 2:1

Neoclassic - 3:1

Harpoon - 15:1

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Belmont Stakes Day - All Stakes Pick 4 - Races 8-11

RACE 8 - Grade 1 JUST A GAME | F&M | 1 MILE - WIDENER TURF

1-Strike Charmer (8-1): won only start on Belmont turf but mile record is soft. Comes off career run with Joel and pole position. Need 8-1 or greater.

2-Recepta (6-1): comes off the roughest trip of the meet in Strike Charmer’s Beaugay, making remarkable finish for third. Strong contender with smoother journey.

3-Tapitry (15-1): has come into her own at 4 but is winless on Belmont ground after three tries and this is saltier than she’s used to.

4-La Berma (30-1): Group placed Euro battled on lead through U.S. debut at Santa before tiring in G2 Royal Heroine. Worked purposefully since but not sure what to expect here.

5-My Miss Sophia (8-1): ran off rankly setting the Beaugay pace in 2016 debut. One-for-two on BEL ground and third to Tepin in KEE G1 last fall. Switch to Smith augurs well.

6-Prize Exhibit (30-1): never had a stretch chance in Royal Heroine season’s debut has been competitive in long line G1s and G2s. Has won at trip thrice and gets switch to Prat. Interesting at early line odds.

7-Mrs. McDougal (4-1): blew the recent overnight stakes open with mid-move in Big A season’s debut, showing good Thoro Graph development at 4. She’s 2-for-2 at the trip, 3-for-4 with Ortiz, Chad 27% with repeaters and a 29% profit with this type of spacing.

8-Celestine (12-1): earned excellent Pricci Energy Rating winning G2 Honey Fox last out, showing good development at 4, is 2-for-2 on Belmont lawn and 3-for-4 at trip; value on early line.

9-Irish Rookie (10-1): Euro miler was Group 1 placed in Britain at 3 now makes U.S. debut in third start off the layup. Trainer Meade an unknown quantity in this scenario and looms legitimate dark horse. Not easily dismissible.

10-Faufiler (5-1): came from last with very wide rally for place in aforementioned Royal Heroine with Van Dyke, re-riding here. Owns worthy (8) 3-2-2 slate at trip, appears well pointed to this for Motion, profitable in graded events.

11-Lexie Lou (15-1): gave gritty stretch performance to win Canadian G2 last out and 2-for-3 at this trip. This is a completely different ballgame and returns on short rest.

12-Rainha Da Bateria (5-1): gained ground during fast mid-race fractions in G2 CD mile before altering course wide at headstretch, finishing gamely for place. Goes second time for Brown/Castellano.

13-Lady Lara (15-1): in-and-our mare is capable on her best day and lost all chance with wide trip in G2 Honey Fox and Lezcano sticks. Tricky read here.


RACE 9 - Grade 1 METROPOLITAN MILE | 3&UP | 1 MILE

1-El Kabeir (30-1): front-running gambit in G2 Dixie an apparent prep for return to dirt. Terranova 23% profitable in LAY-2 scenario and attracts Franco but this is ambitious spot.

2-Blofeld (10-1): apparently regressed in Oaklawn ‘Cap at inappropriately longer trip after game score in G2 GP ‘Cap at today’s flat-mile; 2-for-3 at trip, 1-for-2 at BEL. Tactical speed and kick with Johnny and inside position.

3-Donworth (20-1): broke maiden in one-turn 7F and hasn’t had that dynamic since. Has conditioning from recent routes and this a salty spot to prove affinity for the dynamics. Intriguingly placed by crafty outfit.

4-Noble Bird (9-2): blew the doors off taking G3 Pimlico Special by 11, owns fast figures on anybody’s scale and is (4): 2-1-0 at the trip. Regression candidate given short rest.

5-Frosted (7-2): was runnerup in last year’s Belmont and 1-for-1 at the trip. Given plenty of recovery after Dubai, working strongly at Greentree upstate, pace scenario and distance should suit and reunites with Rosario.

6-Upstart (20-1): has somewhat underachieved after promising early winter at 3 but has come back well at 4 and Oaklawn ‘Cap effort better than appears on paper. Had strong work in blinkers, added here, and reunites with Irad. Live price shot.

7-Stanford (5-1): did all the dirty work and just missed given these dynamics in G2 GP ‘Cap—probably best. Dynamics-aided in CT Classic. Tough spot but good spacing and suited to the task.

8-Ami’s Flatter (6-1): was super-sharp taking 7F G3 Commonwealth at KEE. Has good spacing into this, strong works at WO base for toughest test of career. Dynamics, draw suits.

9-Sloane Avenue (15-1): Group placed Euro has preferred dirt pedigree and Noseda alive live shipping to U.S. and attracts Geroux. Money prospects if the price is right; early line.

10-Tamarkuz (20-1): had tough trip when 4th in 2015 Met Mile. Proven classy and McLaughlin 23% profitable with 90 days+ returnees. Dynamics, post suits; early line money prospects.

11-Calculator (10-1): just missed in G1 Carter then returned with dogged-finish placing in CD G2, also at 7F, earning excellent PER. Won only start at this trip, dynamics suit and Alvarado sticks.

12-Anchor Down (12-1): showed a new dimension winning G3 Westchester, confirming affinity for Belmont (5): 2-1-0 and earning excellent T-G and PER figures. Leading rider Ortiz sticks; value on early line quote.

13-Marking (8-1): is back home after being unsuited by dynamics in Godolphin Mile. Has won here, at the trip and was second to Runhappy in 7F G1 Malibu in 3YO finale; player here reuniting with Lezcano.


RACE 10 - Grade 1 MANHATTAN | 4&UP | 1-1/4 MILES - INNER TURF

1-World Appeal (12-1): 10 furlongs may be a stretch but does have bottom side to do it, handles any ground, has tactical speed, pole position and dynamics and goes for en fuego Casse/Leparoux team. Eligible to trip out in this spot.

2-Slumber (10-1): Grade 1 tough and world class grinder sometimes gets there, sometimes not. Goes LAY-2 for Chad/Irad team but likely to be pace compromised.

3-Wake Forest (10-1): flashed extreme turn of foot, getting up in time to win G1 Man o’ War on this course going away late under masterful handling from Johnny; second of Chad’s quartet appears suited to added ground but back a little quickly here.

4-Take the Stand (15-1): has shown more maturity at 5 and was good visually taking G2 Muniz at FG this winter. Mott pointing here but loses Prado to Divisidero and no trip experience.

5-Big Blue Kitten (6-1): was pace and trip compromised when beaten 4 lengths as the favorite in G1 season’s debut in CD Turf Classic; gained conditioning and sharpness for today’s stretch to 10F and will relish return to BEL lawn (7) 4-2-0.

6-Ironicus (4-1): began to show his true talents and 4 and did nothing to dissuade that opinion taking G3 Ft Marcy prep for this beneath today’s rider, Irad. Obviously likes course (3) 2-0-1 and bred both sides for 10F G1 debut.

7-Oathkeeper (30-1): is a Euro ship-in lacking big time resume but goes as a reported first gelding and French horse attracts Florent. Unknown quantity but appears overmatched.

8-Triple Threat (30-1): is Canadian G1 placed and was unlucky when he had to leap over a fallen rival at CD, losing his rider. Not the ideal way to enter this spot.

9-Grand Tito (20-1): was favored and stalked Pan Am 12F pace from close range, mid-moved to lead, but weakened late. Sheds five pounds and shorter trip helps but may be GP specialist.

10-Flintshire (8-5): was headed to United Nations but June 4 BEL work convinced Chad to stay home for this G1. Extremely high-class 6YO Euro world traveler has banked $7.3 million. Goes first-time Chad (30% profitable) with first Lasix and Javier; worthy favorite.

11-Divisidero (8-1): has continued his development at 4, especially given game score despite being trip and dynamics compromised in G1 CD Turf Classic. Pedigree and connections [Buff profitable in graded stakes] say yes to LAY-3 10F stretchout.


RACE 11 - THE BELMONT STAKES | 3YO | 1-1/2 MILES

1-GOVERNOR MALIBU (12-1): won Tesio prep but bypassed the Preakness for this, a spot in which Christophe Clement scored with Tonalist in 2014. Peter Pan winner Unified was either feeling the effects of early exertions, pedigree challenged or lost focus. All that doesn’t obscure New York bred’s strong finish placing. Blinkers have helped big time, so does pedigree and his chemistry with Joel Rosario. Money prospects.

2-DESTIN (6-1): was trip compromised in the Derby but ironically bore into the sometimes obstreperous Lani, instead of the other way around. Like ‘Brody’, comes in five weeks fresh and figures to be a pace factor from close range, especially given his inside draw. More than a grinder, he can kick strongly but appears pedigree challenged on dam’s side. Javier and inside aids.

3-CHERRY WINE (8-1): uncoupled mate of Brody, had his freshening before his excellent Preakness placing. Generally underrated, he owns the best turn of foot in this field and given that could blow this race open with a strong mid-race move from the inside, a la Summing in ’81. Corey Lanerie saves ground. Solid 1:00 breeze over ‘Big Sandy’ June 4. Upset potential.

4-SUDDENBREAKINGNEWS (10-1): is, given Belmont Stakes dynamics, up against it as a deep closer. But like trainer Von Hemel said, he will be closer to the leaders at a steady comfortable pace given marathon fractions. This is not ideal for a horse that loves to come from the clouds but he never fails to fire and is very stoutly bred. Like two other major contenders, he comes in here five weeks fresh. Live price shot.

5-STRADAVARI (5-1): chased a strong wet-track Preakness pace while racing wide throughout in only his fourth lifetime start and was beaten only four lengths, an excellent try. Returning on short rest is not exactly in Pletcher’s wheelhouse but these are special circumstances. The colt’s route-challenged genes in this young talent’s major concern; looms underlay.

6-GETTYSBURG (30-1): has been recruited by his owners likely to serve as a rabbit for strong finishing stablemate Creator. Encouraging is a stout pedigree and a nine-furlong, two-turn maiden breaker, but that’s it in seven starts. As for the barn transfer prior to a classic, old school racing officials are spinning in their chairs. Nice colt; not today.

7-SEEKING THE SOUL (30-1): like most Fipke home-breds, he owns a classy and stout pedigree and comes up to the added ground perfectly, stretching out incrementally in three straight starts. But here he jumps from eight furlongs to 12 and from maiden company into a Grade 1. Stewart has had longshot classics success and Geroux is an elite rider. But the Belmont, really? Underlay on early line.

8-FOREVER D’ORO (30-1): turned his fortunes around when he got to Long Island, breaking maiden in his first start over Big Sandy. Royally bred by Medaglia d’Oro from a Kentucky Oaks winning mare, he has all the DNA needed for the grueling 12 furlongs. Obviously, this is an ambitious spot.

9-TROJAN NATION (30-1): was absolutely and unequivocally eliminated when sloughed from the #1 slip in the Derby. While still winless in seven starts, he was the runnerup in the G1 Wood and trainer Patrick Gallagher is capable and is no shot-taker. Obviously, he thinks he can get the distance and his pedigree says he can. Still, this poor horse…

10-1 LANI (20-1): it’s not often when connections use the Derby and Preakness as preps for the Belmont, but this is the race they have pointed for. This sometimes insensible colt has been getting his act together little by little. The thing about him is that he likes Belmont Park, always finishes his races, and is bred to run from here to, well, Japan. Another live price shot.

11-EXAGGERATOR (9-5): the Recuperater. The image that the Santa Anita Derby winner made after winning the Preakness was the energy he showed after the race, nudging against the pony while his jockey was being interviewed. He’s done nothing to dissuade since that gas remains in the tank and is more tactical then generally acknowledged. Desormeaux likes Exaggerator’s post: “It lets him get comfortable with no dirt in his face My dream run would be to be forwardly placed.” If not, there’s plenty of racetrack to work with later on. Strong favorite.

12-BRODY’S CAUSE (20-1): had sneaky good run when seventh in the Derby and comes into this five weeks fresh. Excellent work pattern, including a strong gallop-out following strong mile breeze at CD in 1:42, followed by subsequent solid five-eighths. Among stoutest bred in here; live upsetter. Post draw most likely neutral but did him no favors. Great value on early line.

13-CREATOR (10-1): Rebel third and Arkansas Derby winner was completely eliminated by horrendous trip in the Derby. Also owns good turn of foot when called upon and all the pedigree that’s needed but as a deep closer, his style works against the grain of Belmont Stakes dynamics. Wide draw most likely will not hurt this deep rallier.

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Key Stakes Races to wager at www.123bet.com for the Weekend of October 2 – 4

Let's Talk Two-Year-Olds this weekend, with four Breeders' Cup "Win and You're In" races scheduled starting Friday with the Alcibiades at Keeneland (Juvenile Fillies), followed on Saturday by the Frizette (Juvenile Fillies) and Champagne (Juvenile) at Belmont, with the finale being the Breeders' Futurity (Juvenile) at Keeneland.


Friday October 2 - Alcibiades Stakes – Race 9 at Keeneland (approximate post time 5:30 ET)

Two-year olds can improve markedly from one race to another and there's little doubt that some can improve more than horses that beat them in previous races. However, for handicapping purposes unless there is evidence to the contrary, it can usually be assumed that with good horses they will all improve about the same rate. That is why Dothraki Queen is the one to beat in this year's Alcibiades Stakes, being a two-turn stakes winner running in a two-turn stakes. She won the Pocahontas Stakes last month in spite of traffic trouble, improving markedly off her debut win to earn an 88 Equibase Speed Figure, and she should take another step forward. Lookout Sister also won a stakes race last out, a sprint, and goes long for the first time. She's bred handle the trip as a daughter of Giant's Causeway and has potential to leapfrog over the top pick in terms of speed figure to win. Gomo continues to improve with every race, last out beaten a neck for 2nd with an 88 figure on turf, and with a runner-up effort on dirt before that the change in surface is not an issue. Dream Dance finished 3rd with traffic trouble to Dothraki Queen last month off a nice win and she continues to move forward so can be considered a contender as well, particularly for exotic wagers as she opens at 12 to 1 odds.

Bet Dothraki Queen to win at odds of 2 to 1 or higher. Consider a second (smaller) win bet on Lookout Sister at odds of 3 to 1 or more.

Plan an exacta box consisting of Dothraki Queen, Lookout Sister, Gomo and Dream Dance.

Consider a trifecta box among those same four horses.

Saturday October 3 – Frizette Stakes – Race 7 at Belmont (approximate post time 3:43 PM ET)

Nemoralia is a Kentucky bred filly that has run four times in England, winning her last two starts, both on turf. Not only did she win a handicap in her most recent race she has also run faster than most of her opponents, the 98 Timeform Figure she earned about the equivalent of a 95 Equibase Figure. As a granddaughter of Pacific Classic and Santa Anita Derby winner Came Home, I have little doubt Nemoralia can handle the dirt and with Lasix on and Joel Rosario riding as well as 5 to 1 starting odds I will be happy to wager on her. Width and Desert Tune are two recent maiden winners, the latter here at Belmont, who can improve and should be considered contenders for exotic wagers at the least.

Bet Nemoralia to win at odds of 2 to 1 or more.

Play an exacta box between Nemoralia, Width and Desert Tune.

Champagne Stakes – Race 8 at Belmont (approximate post time 4:18 PM ET)

There are three stakes winners in the field, Ralis, Magna Light and Sunny Ridge, but in my opinion they all have slight knocks. Ralis beat Magna Light in the Hopeful Stakes last month and although he did earn a field high 103 Equibase Figure, he's a California Bred who wasn't really competitive in stakes out west and just got lucky in that race. Magna Light has excellent early speed but gets the rail and was found wanting at seven furlongs to the extra eighth of a mile may be too much. Sunny Ridge won the Sapling at Monmouth but debuted in a 40,000 maiden claimer two before that and I think he's outgunned here.

That being said, Greenpointcrusader and Ready Dancer could be any kind off their recent maiden wins, followed closely in terms of probability to win by Tale of S'avall. Greenpointcrusader rallied to miss by a neck in his career debut in July then improved markedly to win at Saratoga at seven furlongs. He's a half-brother to all kinds of stakes winners (Algorithms, Justin Philip, Keyed Entry, Successful Mission) and although a mile may be his limit it's the perfect distance for him today to take a step forward off that last race and win again. Similarly, Ready Dancer won impressively after adding blinkers for his 3rd career start last month at Saratoga. His 96 Equibase Figure is on par with the 94 Greenpointcrusader earned and he's still improving as well. Tale of S'avall earned a 93 figure winning in his career debut and is another with logical improvement off his last race.

Bet Greenpointcrusader and Ready Dancer (who both open at 5/1) at odds of 5 to 2 or higher.

Play an exacta of Greenpointcrusader, Ready Dancer and Tale of S'avall over Greenpointcrusader, Ready Dancer and Tale of S'avall, Portfolio Manager, Magna Light, Sunny Ridge and Ralis.
Claiborne Breeders' Futurity – Race 8 at Keeneland (approximate post time 5:10 pm ET)

Rarely do I put a horse that won on my Horses-to-Watch list, because the point of that kind of list is to note horses to bet on the next time they run. However, Sheikh of Sheikhs was so impressive winning his debut he immediately went on my list. He earned a 96 Equibase Figure that is stakes quality in that maiden win and he's likely to improve off the experience and at this longer trip. Rated R Superstar stretched out to two turns for the first time last month in the Iroquois Stakes, rallying from 10 lengths back to a length back before running evenly to the wire. With improving to do and the rail, he has a shot, albeit a slight one, to leap frog the top pick to win. Exaggerator won the Grade 2 Saratoga Special in August for his 2nd win in a row and in spite of traffic trouble. As a son of Curlin he should like the added distance but he would need to improve more than the other two contenders as his 87 last race figure is lower than the 93 Rated R Superstar earned and 96 figure Sheikh of Sheikhs earned in their last races.

Bet Sheikh of Sheikhs to win at odds of 3 to 2 or higher.

Play an exacta key (part-wheel) of Sheikh of Sheikhs over Rated R Superstar, Exaggerator, Gametown, Brody's Cause, Sticksstatelydude, Wild Man and Pinnacle Peak.

Play a trifecta key of Sheikh of Sheikhs over Rated R Superstar, Exaggerator over Rated R Superstar, Exaggerator, Gametown, Brody's Cause, Sticksstatelydude, Wild Man and Pinnacle Peak.

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TODAYS BELMONT CARD HAS 5 TURF RACES SCHEDULED RACES 2,5,8,9,   AND COULD BE A GIANT PICK 6 CARRYOVER IF NOBODY HITS IT WED AFTERNOON.

 

RACE1. NY BRED MD CLAIMING 25,000    4/3,1,6,

RACE2, MD CLAIMING 40,000 TURF.       2,4,1

RACE3. NY BRED ALLOWANCE 3,1,4,

RACE4.  NY BRED MSW 1A/5,7,8

RACE5.  STARTER ALLOWANCE TURF  8,7,1

RACE6.  MD CLAIMING 40,000 TURF    10,1,7,6

RACE7.  NY BRED OPT CALIMING ALLOWANCE 5/2,1,3

RACE8, NY BRED ALLOWANCE ON TURF    2,7,3,11,

RACE9,,   35,000 CLAIMING ON TURF 5,1,3,6

 

                                                                   FINAL TOTALS TONYS WINNING PICKS BELMONT THURSDAY  PROFIT  5 RACES OUT OF NINE.WINNERS ON TOP 6.20,3.60,PLACE 3,SHOW

                                                         EXACTAS 3 THEY PAID    23.OO,41.20,28.00 SRAIGHT,TRIFECTAS 1 PAID 85.00 RACE 1,DAILY DOUBLES 1 PAID 133.00,EARLY PICK THREE 1-3  PAID

                                                   417.50   2X2X3 .  JUST ANOTHER HUGE PROFIT DAY FOR THE BELMONT FANS ON 123 THAT VIEWS MY WINNING PICKS

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BELMONT SATURDAY CARD RACES 2,4,5,10 SCHEDULED FOR TURF,FEATURE RACE IS GRADE THREE STAKE RACE 8.                     THROUGH 7 AT BELMONT PICKS 1- 7 2 SECOND AT 5-1,AND 1 THIRD AS FAVORITe ,1 BIG EXACTA RACE5 PAID 58.50  SEE IF MY PICKS CAN NAIL LAST THREE RACES AT BELMONT SATURDAY IF NOT THIS WILL BE MY FIRST CARD I POSTED THAT DIDNT SHOW A PROFIT   NOT BAD HAD 2 PROFIT RACES LAST FEW RACES BUT THIS IS ONLY PICKS I POSTED OUT OF 15 CARDS THAT WASNT PROFTABLE

 

RACE1. 3/6,8,1  LOVE THE THE THREE TUG OF WAR HERE ,HAS TWO WINS AT DISTANCE AND GETS IN LIGHT WITH BUG BOY CANCEL ABOARD.

RACE2, 1/5,4,6,    LIKE  BELLA JOY HERE,RAN HUGE PACE FIGS IN LAST AT A MILE AND CUTSBACK IN DISTANCE 

RACE3, 3/6,5,4 LOVE GRAHAM MOTIONS GELDING HERE ,WORKING NICELY OFF LAYOFF AND HE DONE WELL IN PAST OFF SAME ANGLE HIS MAIN FOE IN HERE IS MOTTS PAIR,

RACE4,  6/2,3,8  VISHERS FERRY GET THE NOD IN HERE COMING OUT OF MSW NOW IN FOR A TAG AND HAD TWO NICE WORKS FOR THIS,TRAINER HAS MOSTLY STEEPLECHASE HORSES .

RACE5. 1/6,2,4,   SETS UP PERFECTLY FOR MOTIONS HORSE HERE WILL BE CLOSE TO PACE AND SHOULD FLY HOME WITH TONS OF HORSE.

RACE6,  updated pick made mistake 7/9,4,3

RACE7, 7,6,2,9  WIDE OPEN ALLOWANCE RACE GONE WITH THE 7 AS MY TOP PICK WORKING NICELY ,NEEDS A GOOD TRIP\

RACE8.   3/8,4,5, BED OF ROSES GRADE THREE STAKE RACE. THIS STATEBRED STAKE GONE WITH ROOM FOR ME SHOULD SIT RIGHT OFF PROB FAV LEVADAD AND BE TOUGH IN LANE ,

RACE9.  2/8,5,4,   TOP  SEL IS THANK U ,MADE 2015 DEBU AND WITH BAD RIDER ABOARD SAEZ HAD BAD TRIP FROM OUTSIDE ONLY GOT BEAT THREE LENGTHS , GETS IRAD ORTIZ 

RACE10.  11-6-2,5   WIDE OPEN TURF FINALLY MY 11 SHOULD BE TOUGH IN HERE FROM 11 POST SHOULD SAVE GROUND AND BE CLOSE TO PACE OR NEAR LEAD  GOOD LUCK TO ALL

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Roy Steele, www.123bet.com Handicapper provides his views for Belmont Park Racing Friday 19th June.

Weather is the key in a lot of places today with all the systems around Chicago just hitting Detroit and heading east Toronto New York later in the day Hit or Miss as they say.
If your following Royal Ascot Johnny V is over there today Wesley Ward has had one winner already with more to come ..........
 
Belmont Park     Fri 19th June     Post Time 3.00pm est
 
Race 1     # 2 Castellani    2/1
               # 5 Trophee   9/5
               # 4 Nimble Foot   4/1
 
Race 2     # 8 Colnel Juanita   2/1
               # 6 Bridget Moloney   6/1
               # 5 Tarty To The Party   3/1
 
Race 3     # 6 Successfull Brothers   7/2
               # 5 Borseggiatore   6/1
               # 4 Matuszak   5/2
 
Race 4     # 5 Gato Azul   5/1
               # 2 Devilish Grein   7/2
               # 7 Fear   3/1
 
Race 5     # 3 Upgrade   2/1
               # 2 Holy Invader   8/1
               # 6 Permanent Campaign
 
Race 6     # 5 Liams Map   6/5
               # 3 North Star   8/1
               # 1 Cinfrontation   9/5
 
Race 7     # 4 Graceful Gal   5/1
               # 8 Lady Kreesa   7/2
               # 1 Praire Stone   30/1
 
Race 8     # 11 Boston Strong   5/2
               # 7  Archer Hill   15/1
               # 1 latigo Trail   7/2
 
Race 9     # 1 Pound Sterling   15/1
               # 9 No Dress Rehearsal   8/1
               # 3 Gotachancetodance   5/2
 
Recommended Wagering Plan to a $2 stake is top selection each race Wager a Win. Then Box all three Selections for Ex and Tri.

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THURSDAY JUNE 18 BELMONT PARK RACES 4,6,7,9,  SCHEDULED FOR TURF COURSE.

 

RACE1.  6/3,4,2,                                                                                                                                                                    

RACE2.  1,3,5

RACE3.   LOVE THE JACOBSON RUNNER HERE SHOULD GO WIRE TO WIRE AT LOW ODDS   1/3,4,5

RACE4,  THIRD START OFF LAYOFF FOR THE 9 ON GRASS ,SHOULD COME FLYING OFF THE PACE IN THIS WIDE OPEN RACE   9,3,8,10,

RACE5,  LINDA RICE TRAINEE SHOULD SIT RIGHT OFF SPEED AND POUNCE IN  STREATCH TRAINING WELL OFF LAYOFF  2/5,8,6

RACE6.  LOVE BIG AND TOASTY IN HERE THE MONMOUTH INVADER FOR TRAINER SERVIS WILL PROB TAKE LEAD OR SIT RIGHT BEHIND LEADERS  1/6,10,7

RACE7. SEC RACE OFF LAYOFF AND FRESHING AND WORKING NICELY FOR RETURN TO RACES  7/3,2,6

RACE8.   BEST PLAY OF DAY  SECOND START OFF LAYOFF BRUCE BROWN 6/-2,4,8

RACE9. WIDE OPEN FINALLY ON GRASS  TALLEDEGA SHOULD BE TOUGH TO BEAT THIRD START OFF LAYOFF  ANGLE 6/2,4,8          GOOD LUCK TO ALL  

 

todays results so far through  8 races winners on top two 6.70,5.40, exactas 38.60,26.40,trifectas 1 it paid 88.00,dd two paid 17.00,9.10,     race 6  if u box all 4 picks u cashed exacta and trifecta decent amounts   pick threes races 3 paid 40.00, race  7 paid 165.00,race8  64.50      6 races out of 8 profit 

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