Kaptain Kaos (Belmont Race 2 No. 2)
This four-year-old Demerit gelding trained by Michael Grantham has five wins and three places from nine starts. When resuming after 15 weeks he charged ahead late for a 0.3 length win over 1200m at Belmont on 7 August, then arrived late for a 0.2 length win over 1200m at Belmont on 28 August. The extra 200m should suit and he should be hard to beat.
Strathmore Rose (Belmont Race 9 No. 9):
This four-year-old War Chant mare trained by Roy Rogers at Albany has five wins and three places from 11 starts. She reached the lead at the 150m and clung on for a narrow win over 1000m at Belmont on 14 August, then fanned five wide on the turn but couldn’t finish it off and finished 2.4 lengths 6th over 1000m at Belmont on 4 September. Will appreciate the softer going and looks a nice each-way bet.
La Farola (Belmont Race 5 No. 6):
This four-year-old Deep Field mare trained by Michael Lane has three wins and three places from 10 starts and is the early favourite in this rating 72+ Handicap over 1600m. She resumed from a 27 week spell with a 1.1 length win over 1400m at Belmont on 21 August, then ran 1.5 lengths 4th over 1400m at Belmont on 4 September. Two of the horses that beat her are in this race and she offers no value.
5 River Rubicon
2 Far Too Strong
8 Iseered Iseered
7 Charleton Eddie
5 Son Of A God
3 Don’t Fuss
3 Axel ‘r’ Eight
1 Red Hot Tip
5 Queen Takes King
5 All Day Session
9 Strathmore Rose
3 Mood Swings
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