Belmont Tips May 30
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Belmont Tips – May 30
Race 2 – 12:37PM PERTH RACING AT HOME HANDICAP (1000 METRES)
The exciting CONDOR HEROES steps out in Race 2 of the day at Belmont and looks to be the one after producing a slick performance to win by four lengths ahead of Stable Secret on May 2 at Ascot. On that occasion, the former Victorian went at an even clip in the early stages and exploded in the last 200m of the race to win by four lengths. Prior to that, he was a narrow winner at Ascot and has run five lengths quicker than benchmark in both of those. He rises in grade but his figures compare well to all of these, except for his stablemate, Super Maxi, who resumes and carries 5kg more. From barrier 2, he should have no trouble finding the lead and with Shaun McGruddy on board he looks to be the one.
Race 4 – 1:57PM AMELIA PARK HANDICAP (1200 METRES)
Race 4 of the day sees the three-year-olds in action and CAPTAIN KINK can give the red hot favourite in this, Windstorm, a bit of a fright. The son of Sessions was a winner at Ascot when resuming in April and hasn’t been far away at his last couple, placing 3rd behind River Beau before stepping up to the 1200m and finishing runner-up behind Resortman. On that occasion he went at a solid clip in front and looked the winner before just being run down late, while there was a big gap back to the 3rd placegetter. He went more than four lengths quicker than benchmark in that race and can either lead or take a sit from barrier 2 this time around. Windstorm is likely to get back from barrier 7 and carts 60.5kg. He is capable of some click closing splits but Pike will need to be mindful not to let Captain Kink get away from him.
Race 9 – 4:50PM CROWN TOWERS HANDICAP (2200 METRES)
The final event of the day is a Rating 66+ over the 2200m journey and PICTURE PERFECT should be hard to beat. The Grant & Alana Williams-trained galloper was a strong winner at Ascot over the 1800m four starts ago and hasn’t had much luck in recent times. He was posted wide before being blocked for a run two starts ago when 3rd at Ascot over the 2200m and endured some similar issues last time when runner-up to Baramagic at Belmont Ove the 2100m a week ago. The quick back up shouldn’t be too much of a problem for the son of Reset and he was a strong winner the last time he stepped out at the track and trip.
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