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Brighton
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  2. 17:50 - 5f 213y (9 run)
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Pontefract
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Uttoxeter
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  2. 18:10 - 1m 7f 168y (9 run)
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  4. 19:15 - 2m 3f 207y (15 run)
  5. 19:45 - 1m 7f 214y (6 run)
  6. 20:15 - 1m 7f 168y (14 run)
  7. 20:45 - 2m 3f 207y (10 run)
  8. 21:15 - 2m 7f 70y (14 run)
Wolverhampton
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  2. 13:55 - 5f 216y (12 run)
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  9. 17:25 - 7f 32y (12 run)
Roscommon (IRE)
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  2. 17:30 - 2m (21 run)
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  5. 19:05 - 3m (12 run)
  6. 19:35 - 2m (21 run)
  7. 20:05 - 2m 4f (18 run)
  8. 20:35 - 2m (16 run)
DIEPPE (France)
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  2. 11:00 - 5f 102y
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  4. 12:00 - 1m 2f 205y
  5. 12:30 - 1m 3f 204y
  6. 13:05 - 1m 3f 204y
  7. 13:35 - 1m 208y
  8. 14:05 - 1m 208y
  9. 14:40 - 6f 211y
Vaal (RSA)
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  2. 11:40 - 5f 212y (9 run)
  3. 12:15 - 5f 212y (12 run)
  4. 12:50 - 4f 214y (9 run)
  5. 13:25 - 7f 210y (10 run)
  6. 14:00 - 5f 212y (12 run)
  7. 14:35 - 7f 46y (9 run)
  8. 15:15 - 7f 46y (13 run)
  9. 15:50 - 1m 209y (15 run)
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Delaware Park (USA)
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  3. R2 (18:45) - 1m 110y (14 run)
  4. R3 (19:15) - 6f (9 run)
  5. R4 (19:45) - 1m 110y (14 run)
  6. R5 (20:15) - 1m (9 run)
  7. R6 (20:45) - 1m 4f (11 run)
  8. R7 (21:15) - 5f 110y (13 run)
  9. R8 (21:45) - 1m 70y (9 run)
  10. R9 (22:15) - 6f (8 run)
FAIRMOUNT PARK (USA)
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  2. R1 (19:00) - 1m (5 run)
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  4. R3 (19:54) - 6f (6 run)
  5. R4 (20:21) - 1m 70y (6 run)
  6. R5 (20:49) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (21:16) - 6f (6 run)
  8. R7 (21:44) - 1m (6 run)
  9. R8 (22:12) - 6f (7 run)
Finger Lakes (USA)
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  4. R3 (19:04) - 1m 70y (8 run)
  5. R4 (19:31) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (19:58) - 6f (11 run)
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  8. R7 (20:52) - 5f 110y (10 run)
  9. R8 (21:19) - 1m 70y (7 run)
  10. R9 (21:46) - 5f 110y (10 run)
Fort Erie (USA)
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  4. R3 (22:17) - 6f (7 run)
  5. R4 (22:45) - 5f (7 run)
  6. R5 (23:13) - 5f (10 run)
  7. R6 (23:41) - 1m 110y (6 run)
  8. R7 (00:10) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  9. R8 (00:39) - 7f (11 run)
Indiana Grand Race Course (USA)
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  4. R3 (20:01) - 1m (9 run)
  5. R4 (20:29) - 6f (9 run)
  6. R5 (20:57) - 5f (13 run)
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  8. R7 (21:53) - 5f 110y (9 run)
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  10. R9 (22:49) - 5f (11 run)
  11. R10 (23:17) - 1f 80y (12 run)
  12. R11 (23:45) - 1f 80y (12 run)
Mountaineer Park (USA)
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  5. R4 (01:06) - 4f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (01:28) - 2f (10 run)
  7. R6 (01:50) - 6f (7 run)
  8. R7 (02:12) - 5f 110y (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:34) - 5f 110y (9 run)
  10. R9 (02:56) - 1m (9 run)
Philadelphia Park (USA)
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  6. R5 (19:43) - 5f 110y (9 run)
  7. R6 (20:10) - 1m 70y (11 run)
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  9. R8 (21:04) - 1m 70y (11 run)
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PRESQUE ISLE DOWNS (USA)
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  5. R4 (21:20) - 6f 110y (13 run)
  6. R5 (21:45) - 1m 70y (11 run)
  7. R6 (22:10) - 6f (9 run)
  8. R7 (22:35) - 6f (12 run)
  9. R8 (23:00) - 6f (8 run)
SUNRAY PARK (USA)
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  4. R3 (21:18) - 4f 110y (10 run)
  5. R4 (21:42) - 7f (8 run)
  6. R5 (22:06) - 4f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (22:30) - 6f 110y (10 run)
  8. R7 (22:54) - 6f 110y (6 run)
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  10. R9 (23:42) - 6f 110y (10 run)

Paul Quigley's US Racing Preview
04 Jul 2015

Happy Fourth of July to our American cousins. A special hello to Uncle Sam natives Dave Gutfreund and Danny Montilion. Both were instrumental in taking my US handicapping to another level. And free of charge.

As well as being a public holiday, Independence Day is always a big date on the racing calendar. I did state a few weeks ago that Belmont Park had put all their stakes eggs in one basket to make Belmont Day an absolutely fantastic card. The track does have a Number Two day, on Saturday. There are six graded stakes at The New York venue, including a pair of Grade 1's. They are both $1 Million races. With that amount prize money, horses have been shipped from all over America and Europe. In the Trans-Atlantic raiding party are Dermot Weld and Aidan O'Brien trained horses. The stakes action starts at 8.15pm with a quality Grade 3 from Parx included in the preview.

PAUL'S ANALYSIS FROM  Belmont Park and Parx Racing
Saturday 4 July 2015


Belmont Park Race 6 (8.15pm)
The Victory Ride (Grade 3) - 3 year old fillies - 6 ½ Furlongs - Dirt

Both Promise Me Silver (1) and Miss Ella (6) were unbeaten going into the one mile Grade 1 Acorn here last month. In the former's case, her streak lasted eight races and included a Grade 3 victory at Churchill over today's distance. Miss Ella has previously won both her starts including a Grade 2 at Keeneland in April. In the Acorn they dueled themselves out of contention. They are rebound candidates cutting back a furlong. The question is whether the presence of the speedy pair of Super Saks (3) and Enchanting Lady (2) mean both may be compromised again.

Enchanting Lady (2) did stalk when a close second in a stake here last time. That was more by bad luck than anything she stumbled at the start. At least jockey Johnny Velazquez knows he has that card to play if he can't clear the field immediately. Her run in New Jersey and a victory in a stake at Santa Anita look the best lines of form in here. She also gets 4lbs from the graded stakes winners.

The pace makes race aficionados will be all over Irish Jasper (5) here. She's won back to back stakes since trainer Derek Ryan ran her without headgear. This contest projects to be run at quick fractions and the off the pacer may make it a hat-trick.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Enchanting Lady (2)

EXOTIC BETS
Reversed Exacta (2 bets): Enchanting Lady (2) and Irish Jasper (5)

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Belmont Park Race 7 (8.52pm)
The Dwyer (Grade 3) - 3 year olds - 1 Mile - Dirt

Breeders' Cup Juvenile Champion Texas Red (4) is the obvious class act here. He had to miss The Triple Crown races after he developed an abscess on his foot. This will be his first start since a fine runner up in a Grade 2 in February. Although he goes well fresh, there must be bigger targets down the line with him at either Del Mar or Saratoga.

Todd Pletcher runs a pair here. Blofeld (1) was a dual Grade 2 winner as a juvenile. He ran third in a stake on his reappearance in April and hasn't raced until now. His barn mate Tommy Macho (3) has won both his starts since moving to Pletcher. He looked much improved trying a route for the first time last month. Good yardstick Smart Transition (7) was four lengths back in third. He looks up to this level. So too does the unbeaten Speightster (6). Both his successes came in extended sprints by open lengths. In the latest, he beat a salty group of older horses. He shapes as if this one turn mile will not only suit but may improve him. With tactical speed in his favour, he may be worth chancing despite his inexperience.

On pure speed figures, Hollywood Angel (5) has the best recent effort. That came when winning an allowance event at Parx by over 10 lengths. That did come over two turns, in softer company and attending slow early fractions. This is like night and day compared to that contest. That said, he's 20/1 on the morning line and seems worth a saver at those sort of odds.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Speightster (6)

EXOTIC BETS
Reversed Exacta (2 bets): Tommy Macho (3) and Speightster (6)

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Belmont Park Race 8 (9.32pm)
The Belmont Derby Invitational - (Grade 1) - 3 year olds - 1 ¼ Miles - Turf

This is a fascinating contest and the premier turf race run for three year olds so far this year in America. It brings together the best of east and west coast with a couple of interesting foreign invaders.

Bolo (2) ships over from California. He went on The Kentucky Derby trail early this year. He is a Grade 1 placed on dirt but he's done all his winning on the grass. He faced a simple task on his return to the surface at the end of May. If he doesn't get much pace pressure from Granny's Kitten (9), he's a wire to wire threat.

Divisidero (3) won a Grade 2 at Churchill before winning a $200,000 stakes prep for his race in late May. It was a desperate finish with the comebacking Takeover Target (1) a neck behind and his barn mate Startup Nation (8) a length away. Divisidero is a deep closer who has managed to chase them down despite being caught even fractions. He shapes as if he'll do better over this distance. The pair he beat were both making their 2015 debuts so are very playable. Takeover Target has worked swiftly since his comeback.

Force The Pass (5) was aided by fast fractions in front of him when closing to win a Grade 3 at Penn National. Granny's Kitten (9) was less than a length back in third. That colt was supposed to be a frontrunner was bumped at the start. As a result, he stalked which was an advantage the way the race was run.

Canndal (4) and Postulation (7) have both won at today's distance. The former is Grade 2 placed at Longchamp. Regular rider Christophe Soumillon travels over to ride. So too does Pat Smullen for Dermot Weld's Postulation (7). He won a listed event at the Curragh last month. He's been gelded since that race. Like The French colt, he's been on the lead in some of his races. In what may be an event run at even fractions, if they get a handy position early may mean a big effort.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Canndal (4)

EXOTIC BETS
Combination Exacta (6 bets): Bolo (2), Canndal (4) and Postulation (7)

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Belmont Park Race 9 (10.11pm)
The Suburban Handicap (Grade 2) - 4 year olds and upwards - 1 ¼ Miles - Dirt

Tonalist (6) is the one to beat here. Last year's Belmont Stakes winner proved he's not just a plodder winning a Grade 1 over course and distance in September. This year Christophe Clement has shortened him up to a mile. (Success at that trip would enhance his earnings as a stallion). He won a Grade 3 on his return and then ran second in The Grade 1 Met. Mile. He's hard to oppose bearing in mind his sharpness and affinity for the dirt at Belmont.

The Todd Pletcher trained pair of Coach Inge (2) and Mylute (3) are - The Leader's of The Opposition. The former is on a hat-trick and could be lone speed here. At face value, he looks much improved. The knock on him is his nine furlong romp came in the mud and his Grade 2 victory came over a mile and a half. Interestingly, Johnny Velazquez has jumped ship to ride Tonalist. He also rode Mylute last time. The 2013 Preakness third was well beaten in this event last year. However, he looked back to his best when winning an allowance event on his first start for Pletcher.

Effinex (5) won back to back start in the spring including a Grade 3 over today's distance. Something went amiss last time when he was pulled up.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Tonalist (6)

EXOTIC BETS
Reversed Exacta (2 bets): Mylute (3) and Tonalist (6)

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Belmont Park Race 10 (10.46pm)
The Belmont Oaks Invitational (Grade 1) - 3 year old fillies - 1 ¼ Miles - Turf

Lady Eli (2) is unbeaten in five career starts. The Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf winner has had two simple tasks this year at 1/5 and then 2/5. In the latter, she was value for much more than half length margin suggests. That was in a stakes prep for this event where Pine Needles (1) had every chance setting a slow tempo. Lady Eli is talented and will battle. She runs as if 10 furlongs is within her compass.

Spanish Queen (6) has won back to back stakes in California. The latest being The Grade 1 American Oaks. She had the improving Consumer Credit (7) just behind in third and Sharla Rae (3) six lengths adrift. That Santa Anita event is better on speed figures than Lady Eli's last race.

With one obvious exception, The Ballydoyle trained colts haven't shone so far this year. That can't be said for the fillies. Quite a few have ran well in various Guineas and Oaks'. That may man that Outstanding (10) ships over with a decent chance here. She's a late developer, breaking her maiden only in May at Naas. Five weeks later, she won a listed event well at the same venue. Jockey Colm O'Donoghue is no stranger to success in North America. He is 4 from 14 including three Grade 1's at different venues. Despite that, his mount may be a decent price.

As well as Lady Eli and Consumer Credit Chad Brown also has Strict Compliance (14). She's on a four timer with her latest success being a stake at Penn National. She is improving along with The Godolphin owned Sentiero Italia (11).

The German trained Olorda (8) won a Group 3 in the soft at Longchamp in May. She was purchased by owner Marty Schwartz after finishing nine lengths third in a Group 1 at the same venue. The X Factor in here.

Lady Zuzu (13) will have a target on her back here.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Outstanding (10)

EXOTIC BETS
Reversed Exacta (2 bets): Lady Eli (2) and Outstanding (10)

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Belmont Park Race 11 (11.23pm)
The Belmont Sprint Championship (Grade 3) - 3 year olds and upwards - 7 Furlongs - Dirt

Private Zone (3) may have finished five lengths third in The Grade 1 Met Mile but came out of the race with great credit. He went 22 and 44 early on and through six furlongs at an eye-popping 1-08 and change. He'll have company on the front here from Green Gratto (4) and Moonlight Song (8). He may be able to run away from them early and still have plenty left to hold off the stretch runners. He is top class in one turn races from six furlongs to a mile. He's won a pair of Grade 1's at Belmont and jockey Martin Pedroza knows him well.

The Big Beast (2) was an exciting three year old last year winning a Grade 1 over today's trip at Saratoga. He made a pleasing return to the races in March but ran a bit flat in a Grade 1 at Aqueduct a month later. Trainer Tony Dutrow has opted for the softly, softly approach since given him time between races. It will be no surprise if he runs big here.

Clearly Now (5) has worked well lately suggesting he may rebound from a poor effort in a Grade 2 a month ago. The consistent Stallwalkin' Dude (6) was second in that event. He's a place possibility but may need one or two to run badly to win this event.

Bay Of Plenty (1) looked a real prospect until running a stinker in The Met Mile.

PAUL'S SELECTION
Private Zone (3)

EXOTIC BETS
Reversed Exacta (2 bets): The Big Beast (2) and Private Zone (3)

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