Sunday’s American Horse Racing Tips
Sky Sports Racing have live coverage of US Racing tonight and I’ve covered FOUR meetings again and picked out my best bets.
MORE RACING STATESIDE ON SUNDAY NIGHT! Action from Gulfstream Park, Belmont Park, Woodbine and Canterbury Park. My Daily Double pays 11/2!
NAP – Best selection of the evening
Race 7 Woodbine 9.27 Artie’s Princess (11/8)
Good strike rate last campaign and made an encouraging return finishing fourth in a Grade 3 over track and trip last month; sure to build on that and won a Grade 2 before so could easily prove a cut above this field.
I’m sticking with ARTIE’S PRINCESS to come good at Woodbine tonight. She has won 3 of her last 6 and remains fairly unexposed given her age. She ran well enough in a Grade 3 on return on debut for this yard and given she will be a lot sharper now she could prove too good for these. I think she’ll race handily and she might always be dominating here. Golden Vision was beaten a couple of lengths by Spanish Ballerina last time and looks one of the dangers if building on that. The latter is also in the line-up and she has to be considered a threat in here as well if backing that performance up. Lorena was heavily beaten last time and will need to bounce back to have any sort of a chance here.
Race 7 Belmont Park 9.08 Deep Cover (7/4)
Likeable sort who was back to his best winning impressively by 6 lengths from a wide gate over C&D last time; sure to keep improving and will be hard to beat if building on that here; definitely one to keep safe.
This looks between the top pair in the market and I’m confident DEEP COVER can get the better of the argument. He won despite things not going entirely his way last time and with further improvement he should have too much for Phantom Smoke. The latter was unlucky at Aqueduct and is clearly on the upgrade as well. I’ll be very surprised if they aren’t battling this one out in the closing stages. Panster is a decent yardstick and he has to be respected as well but he just lacks the potential of the front two for me and might only be playing for third. Shiraz is an 8yo now and looks pretty exposed so hard to see him landing a telling blow. Confident the selection can take this one out.
I’ve covered every race across FOUR meetings again in America on Sunday night.