Race 7, No. 3 ABDICATOR
Just about ticks every box, flies 2nd up, loves Belmont and loves the distance. Gets in well with the Azzopardi claim and with a little bit of luck from barrier 8, he'll be mighty hard to hold out.
Race 9, No. 9 KIA ORA STAR
Not an overly reliable galloper, but he has always done his best when first up having won twice first up. Draws out, but will get back and be finishing off hard and at around $19 is worth a little each way ticket.
Jarrod Noske is off to a flyer so far this season at Belmont, he's booted home 3 winners from just the 8 rides. He has 7 solid rides on the card today.
Race 7, No. 12 NEW AGE
Each way move for this Adam Durrant trained galloper. Opened at $12, into $8 now with jockey Chris Parnham to do the steering.
Leg 1: 9,13,14,15
Leg 2: 3,4,7,11,12,13
Leg 3: 5,6
Leg 4: 1,3,7,9,14
$48 gets you 20%
Race 1: 6,7,4,2 (Amillionite is very much knocking on the door, ready to win, whilst Diamond Trade is very much in the same boat)
Race 2: 6,1,3,9 (Tramontane was extremely dominant winning first up, can win again today)
Race 3: 2,8,6,4 (Really interesting race with some well performed 2yo's returning as 3yo's, whilst there are also a couple of first starters that have trialled up well, watch the market)
Race 4: 9,5,7,2 (Was excellent last time out and showed a liking for a soft track, good draw and can win)
Race 5: 1,2,6,5 (Open race, Peter Fernie brings his two big guns to town in Moschard and Little Fish, little between them)
Race 6: 13,15,9,5 (Sticking with Here Comes Lenni who was excellent last time out and can repeat the dose)
Race 7: 3,12,4,6 (BEST BET)
Race 8: 5,6,1,14 (Little between Snowchino and The Fugazi, so I've sided with Snowchino purely on the price difference)
Race 9: 9,7,3,1 (BOLTER)