Belmont Horse Racing Tips – Saturday, May 28th 2022

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

Quality racing moves to Perth and we have our best value selections available.

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Belmont horse racing tips

Race 1. (13:24) Morley Growers Market Plate (1200m)

#1 – Top of the Pops – Bet @ Neds

Top of the Pops is unbeaten after three starts, including a win at Belmont last time out.

The quality two-year-old won by 1.5 lengths as an odds-on favourite and that form stacks up nicely against this tough field.

Punters should expect short odds.

Race 2. (13:59) Glenroy Chaff BM56 (1650m)

#4 – Zephyra – Bet @ Neds

The Simon Miller-trained three-year-old won on debut at Ascot before backing it up at Belmont with a win.

She is a daughter of Demerit, who has experience winning on the track and that should count for plenty on Saturday.

Barrier two is ideal and she should go close.

Race 3. (14:34) Tabtouch Platinum Handicap (1000m)

#6 – Can’tcatchthis – Bet @ Neds

Can’tcatchthis couldn’t be caught when leading throughout last start, and despite rising in class, she has upside.

The four-year-old mare owns four wins from 12 starts and two of those wins have come over this distance.

Barrier three is ideal and punters should get value odds.

Race 4. (15:13) Tabtouch Better Your Bet BM66 (1400m)

#5 – Billy Ray – Bet @ Neds

Billy Ray has turned his form around this preparation with consecutive second placings, which bodes well.

The four-year-old son of Sebring owns a win and a placing on the track and he enjoys the sting out of the surface.

Carrying 55.5kg is ideal and we expect him to be right around the mark.

Race 5. (15:53) Vale Dick Vincent 1MW (1650m)

#3 – The Admiral – Bet @ Neds

The Admiral comes off a narrow win at Belmont and we like his chances of going back-to-back.

He showed good fight to score and it followed up a win at Ascot, so he’s easily good enough to rise through the grades.

Punters should expect value odds on race day.

Race 6. (16:29) Quayclean BM72 (1650m)

#3 – Double Digit – Bet @ Neds

This isn’t a stellar field and Double Digit could take advantage following some consistent form.

The eight-year-old is no spring chicken but he’s a 12-time winner and he does some of his best racing at Belmont.

Getting 3kg off his back is ideal and he could show up at odds.

Race 7. (17:05) Schweppes Handicap (2100m)

#6 – Phenomenal Anomaly – Bet @ Neds

The Adam Durrant-trained four-year-old owns two wins from three starts at Belmont and he’s worth sticking with.

He comes off a win at Belmont by just under a length and there are no superstars in this field, so he could take advantage.

Barrier 11 makes it harder but he has time to find cover.

Race 8. (17:40) Amelia Park 1MW (1300m)

#6 – Rebelzone – Bet @ Neds

Rebelzone has rattled off three consecutive wins this preparation and she is a filly in form.

The daughter of Territories comes off a win at Pinjarra and it came by 1.8 lengths, so she had more to give.

We think she can kick on with it and punters might have to take short odds.

Race 9. (18:15) Furphy Belmont Sprint (1400m)

#5 – Red Can Man @ $2.25 – Bet @ Neds

Class is with Red Can Man, who comes off back-to-back placings behind Elite Street.

The five-year-old is nearing $1 million in prize money and he’s the class runner of the field, so he could take advantage.

Drawing barrier five is ideal and he should be ready to strike.

Race 10. (18:50) Crown Perth BM66 (1000m)

#6 – Trevern – Bet @ Neds

Trevern is a four-time winner from 13 starts, including a win at his only start at Belmont.

The four-year-old gelding has figured in the finish in nine of his 13 starts, so he’s consistent and good enough to win the last race.

Getting 1.5kg off his back helps and punters should be confident.

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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.
Having worked as a racing journalist for two years, he decided to move into the online world of horse racing and sports writing. After years of honing his craft, Daryl became a professional punter in 2009 – with a focus on horse racing, NRL, AFL, NBA, Rugby, NFL, and US college sports. Daryl’s tips have been featured on various websites around the world before joining the GoBet team. When he’s not working, Daryl tries to avoid making bogeys on the golf course.

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