Best Bets

Our Belmont Horse Racing Tips for the weekend.

Son Of A God (Belmont Race 7 No. 4)
With 4 wins from 5 starts, this three-year-old Playing God gelding is taking on the older horses here. He had 2 wins over 1000m then shot away for a 3.5 length win over 1200m at Pinjarra Park on 30 March, then was strong late to win by over a length over 1200m at Ascot on 11 April. He has had a let=up for eight weeks and with William Pike aboard looks likely to bring up his fifth consecutive win.


How to pick a winner

Each Way

Prim And Proper (Belmont Race 4 No. 2):
This Alfred Noble filly hasn’t finished further back than 4th in her 8 starts. She reached the lead at the 175m but was outrun late to finish 3rd over 1100m at Ascot on 28 December, then resumed for 0.14 lengths 2nd over 1000m at Belmont on 28 May where she had the best final 400m of the meeting.Because she is so consistent she is worth an each-way bet at the current price.


Best Lay

Nobellity (Belmont Race 3 No. 6):
This Alfred Nobel filly trained by Steve Wallace at Pinjarra is the early favourite in this two-year-old plate. Half of the field is having their first start here so it is a bit of a lottery. He has had two starts for 3.25 lengths 5th over 1000m at Ascot on 2 May, then was 0.32 lengths 2nd over 1200m at Pinjarra Park on 20 May. Other runners look to be better value.


Race 1

3 Freez’emoff
2 Utgard Loki
1 Touch of Silver
4 Noir de Rue

Race 2

3 Mr Delegator
9 Western Rhythm
1 Rapid Transit
6 Seminole Brave

Race 3

5 Reign Of Fire
2 Ellisio
6 Nobellity
1 Miss Ivy League

Race 4

2 Prim And Proper
7 La Vina
1 Mia Dolce
5 Boomtastic

Race 5

1 Kay Cee
2 Laverrod
5 Baby Blues
6 Platinum Bullet

Race 6

1 Massimo
8 Black Ducati
2 Fred Dag
5 Sir Mambo

Race 7

4 Son Of A God (BB)
5 State Attorney
7 Wanna Be Good
9 We’ve Got Dreams

Race 8

10 Showmanship
7 Resortman
1 Moschard
11 Bruce Almighty

Race 9

10 Western Pride
2 Zephyr Queen
16 Trutiara
13 No Apology