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Belmont Tips August 24 - Best bets and expert Saturday tips

Adam Cusworth in Free Tips 19 Aug 2019
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Belmont Tips - August 24


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August 17


Race 7 - 3:40PM BRENDAN KANE 60TH BIRTHDAY HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
Race 7 sees the sprinters do battle over the 1000m trip and it is FESTIVAL MISS that should be hard to beat. The Grant & Alana Williams-trained galloper has had four runs this time in and has won two of those, including her last start effort that saw her cruise home over the 1400m ahead of Cryptic Love and Pearl Trade two weeks ago. A slight concern is the drop back to the 1000m but she did win over the trip at Belmont when resuming in June and enjoys the services of the leading jockey, Willy Pike, who will bide his time on the four-year-old. 
Result (unplaced)

Race 8 - 4:20PM CROWN PERTH HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
This looks to be a nice race for the consistent FREE TRADE to register another win. The five-year-old has had eight career starts for four victories and has been placed in his other four. He comes off a 3rd placing at Belmont on August 3 and in that race, he went for home a fraction early before just being overrun late. Prior to that he managed to defeat the promising Moshcard over the 1200m here. The son of Trade Fair has drawn wide but generally displays plenty of early speed and there doesn't look to be huge amounts of pace inside of him. He should be hard to beat. 
Result (1st - $4.80)



August 10



Race 5 - 2:22PM PRIVE FASHION PLATFORM HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
I'm sticking with MOSCHARD after the consistent performer just missed out for us at his last start when finishing a narrow runner-up behind Free Trade on July 27 at this track and trip. The four-year-old settled last in that race and did all the work around the home turn, circling the field before hitting the front and only just being nabbed late. He has now finished in the top two in each of his past 10 starts, winning six of those and should save plenty of ground from the inside barrier this time around.
Result (unplaced)

Race 6 - 3:03PM JOHN MARTINO 90TH BIRTHDAY HANDICAP (2000 METRES)
Race 6 is a RTG 70+ and if the first emergency, ZARATITE, can sneak into the field he can go close to taking this out. The Grant & Alana Williams-trained galloper was scratched last week but will be going for the hat-trick after claiming victory at Pinjarra and Belmont in recent times. On July 20 he scored comfortably from Uncle Lino and is now unbeaten over the 2000m in two attempts He rises in grade but did overcome difficulties last time before taking over. Chris Parnham takes the ride and his mount can go on with the job. 
Result (scratched)


August 3


Race 4 - 1:29PM WALTER HARMER 70TH BIRTHDAY HANDICAP (2000 METRES)
Race 4 is a RTG 64+ and ZARATITE is likely to line up at a short price but looks to be one of the better bets of the day. The new season four-year-old has had six career starts for three wins and will be going for the hat-trick after claiming victory at Pinjarra on July 11 before heading to Belmont on July 20, scoring comfortably from Uncle Lino. He is unbeaten over the 2000m in two attempts and while he rises 2kg in weight he did overcome difficulties last time before taking over. The Grant & Alana Williams/Willy Pike combination will be hard to topple here and look for him to go on with the job. 
Result (scratched)

Race 8 - 4:00PM NEW SEASON SPRINT (1000 METRES)
The sprinters line up in the New Season Sprint and in what shapes as an open betting race, it is PROFIT STREET that can make his presence felt at the each-way quote. The veteran galloper was competitive in a series of strong races over the summer and ran on well when finishing 4th behind Mr Motown in the Scenic Blast Stakes (1200m) at Ascot before being put away after dropping out of it in the Pinjarra Classic (1300m). He resumes on Saturday and has won or placed in eight of nine first up runs, while he also races very well at the distance. Pike will settle just off the speed and it will be no surprise to see his mount running over the top of them at the business end. 
Result (unplaced)

July 27


Race 5 - 3:20PM AMELIA PARK HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
Race 5 is a RTG 64+ and it is MOSCHARD that will be out to continue his outstanding run. The four-year-old has won six of his past seven and graduated from the Provincial circuit to take out a similar race at Belmont over the 1400m at his last start. Three starts ago he claimed the Sky Racing Provincial Championship (1400m) and in between those runs he missed out when finishing runner-up on Heavy going at Belmont. He drops back to the 1200m, while the 3kg claim for Jade McNaught keeps him right in contention.
Result (2nd - $2.60 to Place)

Race 8 - 5:05PM CROWN PERTH HANDICAP (1400 METRES)
The final event of the day is a 1MW and THE FUGAZI should be hard to beat. The three-year-old has had seven career runs for two wins and resumed with a strong performance at Belmont on July 10 when gaining the split at the 200m to score in easy fashion from Heavenly Affair. The Chris Gangemi-trained galloper steps up in class but should improve off that run, while he has drawn to get the run of the race from barrier 2. He can go on with it. 
Result (1st - $3.50)



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