God's Tipster's Sunday Belmont Park Pick: On meet's last day, Race 7 is turf route for allowance-level fillies
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Saturday’s Race Recap from Belmont Park:
(All odds US)
Race replays for yesterday’s races from Belmont Park can be found here:
Race 4: email@example.com/1 - BEST BET 🔥🔥🔥
Race 5: 8th@ 10.30/1
Race 6: 5th@ 13.20/1
Race 7: 2nd@ 7.40/1
Race 8: SCRATCH
Race 9: 2nd@ 2.30/1
Race 10: 1st@ 10.70/1 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
We kicked off our day with Dynamic One winning the Grade 2 Suburban as our BEST BET 🔥🔥. In Race 5, Advanced Strategy stalked the early pace but didn’t quicken in the lane finishing 8th. In Race 6, Fight On Lucy dropped back and came with a late run but it was too little, too late to get to the top two who had drawn away at the end. In Race 7, our first Grade 1 of the day, With The Moonlight stalked a blisteringly fast pace set by Cairo Memories, took the lead turning for home but couldn’t hold off McKulick and had to settle for 2nd at 7/1. After a scratch in Race 8, we had our second Grade 1 of the day in Race 10, the Belmont Derby and Nation’s Pride was wide around the whole course and was chipping into Classic Causeway’s lead but couldn’t catch the 26/1 outsider giving us our second consecutive 2nd place finish in a Grade 1 race. We closed our day with another win in Race 11 as Frank’s Art broke slowly on debut, was taken to the back of the pack early behind a hot early pace, came 7 wide turning for home and mowed the turf field down the center of the track at 10/1 odds.
Two winners (one BEST BET) and two runner up finishes from six selections on today’s card🔥🔥🔥
We’ll close out the Belmont meet with Sunday’s race card. We’re expecting fast and firm conditions again. Bombs away to end the meet!! Let’s get ready to RUMBLE!!!
Sunday at Belmont Park:
Race 7: Hail To - 1 pt win (US Morning Line Odds: 8/1)
Allowance level fillies race a mile and three eighths on turf and there are a few in here with similar speed figures. I gravitated towards the three year old, Hail To, who would have to step her game up a little to win this but she’s a half sister to MULTIPLE Grade 1 winning, marathon specialist, Sadler’s Joy. Trainer Tom Albertrani has done a nice job this meet, quietly winning at 17% and Dylan Davis hops aboard this one. I have a feeling we’ll get higher than 8/1 here in the U.S. blinkers on may be enough to do the trick as she stretches out to a marathon distance for the very first time while also dropping in class.
Best of luck to everyone playing Sunday’s races from Belmont Park!