Belmont Horse Racing Tips – Saturday, July 30th 2022

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

It’s a busy card in Western Australia and we have our best horse racing tips available.

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Belmont horse racing tips

Race 1. (13:09) Owner Appreciation BM78 (2100m)

#5 – Black Fantasy – Bet @ Neds

Black Fantasy is seeking three consecutive wins after scoring wins at Belmont and he gets another good chance again.

The Pearce-trained three-year-old has finished out of the money only once from five starts at Belmont, so it’s tough to bet against him.

Race 2. (13:44) Ngawyni BM81 (1000m)

#2 – Wilchino – Bet @ Neds

Wilchino is a professional winner of eight races from 13 attempts and the small field should be right up her alley.

The daughter of Maschino owns three wins on the track and seven at the distance, so the statistics are heavily in her favour.

We expect short odds on race day.

Race 3. (14:19) Glenn Lee’s 60th B’day Plate (1300m)

#8 – Exporose – Bet @ Neds

Exporose is getting close to breaking through after back-to-back second placings on the track.

The two-year-old filly was only a nose behind the winner last time out and we expect that form to stack up nicely.

Barrier three and carrying 54kg help.

Race 4. (14:58) Tabtouch Westspeed 0MW (1600m)

#3 – Prize Pursuit – Bet @ Neds

Prize Pursuit was too good for them at Northam last start as the $2 favourite and punters should get better odds this time around.

The four-year-old son of Alfred Nobel should have his confidence levels up and that should translate into another top showing.

Look for any positive betting moves on race day.

Race 5. (15:38) Free Entry to Belmont 1MW (2100m)

#5 – All Man – Bet @ Neds

All Man lived up to his name when scoring at Belmont last start and we like his chances to win again.

The seven-year-old son of All Too Hard scored by a nose against a moderate field, but there isn’t much to this field either.

We expect each-way odds on race day.

Race 6. (16:18) Tabtouch Better Your Bet BM72 (1200m)

#1 – Mood Swings – Bet @ Neds

Mood Swings looked good when running second at Belmont last start and another win won’t be far away.

The five-year-old son of War Chant owns a win and four placings at Belmont and three wins over the distance.

2kg comes off his back and that puts him into contention.

Race 7. (16:55) Amelia Park 1MW (1200m)

#2 – Let’s Galahvant – Bet @ Neds

Let’s Galahvant is already a four-time winner from nine starts, including three at Belmont.

The three-year-old son of Galah scored by a half-length last time out and he only needs some luck from the wide draw.

We’re expecting another big effort on Saturday.

Race 8. (17:32) Crown Perth BM62 (1200m)

#8 – Extra Secret – Bet @ Neds

Extra Secret is only a one-time winner but she is knocking on the door of a win after three placings this campaign.

She ran second last time out behind Probity and with three placings at Belmont, she deserves a winning turn.

Carrying 54.5kg is ideal and she could beat this tough field.

Race 9. (18:10) Mumm Champagne BM66 (1000m)

#4 – Mantelli – Bet @ Neds

Mantelli ran well enough last time out to warrant attention and we’re sticking with him.

The Gangemi-trained five-year-old is a past winner on the track and he handles all track conditions, so running in heavy shouldn’t be a problem.

He should be paying each-way odds on race day.

Race 10. (18:50) Heineken 3 BM66 (1600m)

#1 – Ginger Flyer – Bet @ Neds

Ginger Flyer is getting close to winning after finishing second at her last two starts.

The Simon Miller-trained five-year-old has finished in the first two at Belmont in six of her seven starts, which is a great record.

2kg comes off the back and that helps her chances.


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