Belmont Horse Racing Tips – Saturday, July 16th 2022

We have expert betting tips for the card this Saturday at Belmont that features 10 quality betting races.

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Belmont horse racing tips

Race 1. (13:34) Free Entry to Belmont 2YO (1200m)

#1 – Aztec Ruler – Bet @ Neds

Aztec Ruler won on debut at Belmont and he defeated a quality type in Revitup, so the form checks out.

The two-year-old son of Universal Ruler was a $4.60 chance to beat a quality field on debut and he could be shorter here.

Watch for any race day betting moves.

Race 2. (14:09) Tabtouch Westspeed Platinum (1400m)

#6 – Noble Knight – Bet @ Neds

Noble Knight is getting close to posting another win after three consecutive placings and we’re in his camp.

The four-year-old gelding owns two placings at Belmont and he has form on rain-affected tracks, so punters could get value odds.

Getting a 2kg claimer to ride helps.

Race 3. (14:48) Morley Growers Market BM72 (1600m)

#4 – Big Screen – Bet @ Neds

Big Screen is always around the mark with four wins and seven placings from 17 career starts.

The four-year-old son of Sessions was only three lengths behind the winner last start and a slight improvement sees him winning here.

He owns a win and a placing at Belmont, so include.

Race 4. (15:28) Glenroy Chaff BM66 (1400m)

#1 – Ginger Flyer – Bet @ Neds

Ginger Flyer wasn’t far behind the winner when running second at Belmont last start and she loves running at Belmont.

She has figured in the money in five of her six starts at Belmont and she owns four wins over the distance.

The statistics read well and it’s not a strong race.

Race 5. (16:04) Belmont Classic (2200m)

#1 – Black Fantasy @ $2.80 – Bet @ Neds

Black Fantasy capped off consistent form with a win at Belmont and we like his chances of going back-to-back.

The three-year-old son of Blackfriars does his best racing on the track and jumping from barrier four should give him every chance.

The odds are no surprise and he could shorten on race day.

Race 6. (16:43) Tabtouch Better Your Bet BM78 (2000m)

#7 – Reliable Star – Bet @ Neds

Reliable Star is seeking three consecutive wins after scoring at Belmont and she loves running on this track.

The four-year-old is a three-time winner on the track and carrying 55kg makes her the best bet in the race.

It could pay to watch for late betting moves.

Race 7. (17:15) Crown Perth BM62 (1000m)

#2 – Capital Flight – Bet @ Neds

Capital Flight is seeking his fourth consecutive win after winning at Belmont and he is a runner worth following.

The three-year-old gelding scored by 1.8 lengths last start in similar conditions and he loves some moisture in the surface.

2kg comes off his back and we like his chances.

Race 8. (17:50) Mrs Mac’s BM66 (1000m)

#8 – First Law – Bet @ Neds

First Law is another runner that does his best racing at Belmont with 10 starts for two wins and four placings.

The four-year-old son of Dalghar went close at Belmont last start when second and getting the inside draw here is ideal.

Dropping in weight is another positive, so include.

Race 9. (18:30) Happy 70th B McAuliffe 1MW (1600m)

#9 – Shake the Boom – Bet @ Neds

Shake the Boom couldn’t quite win three on the bounce last start but she’s worth sticking with.

The daughter of Sessions won at Belmont two back and she did well as an $18 chance last start, so punters could get nice odds.

We would watch for a market push on race day.

Race 10. (19:00) Amelia Park BM72 (1200m)

#2 – Mood Swings – Bet @ Neds

Mood Swings scored two wins from his last three starts last preparation and he could hit the ground running.

The five-year-old son of War Chant owns three wins over the distance and getting 2kg off his back helps with the weight.

Keep him safe in selections.


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After graduating from the University of Auckland (BA – English), Daryl was thrown into the world of sports and horse racing journalism.
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