Saturday’s American Horse Racing Tips
Sky Sports Racing have live coverage of US Racing tonight and I’ve covered FIVE meetings and picked out my best bets.
IT’S THE BELMONT OAKS AND DERBY TONIGHT! Racing in America on Saturday from Indiana, Gulfstream Park, Belmont Park, Woodbine and Prairie Meadows. My Daily Double pays 3/1!
NAP – Best selection of the evening
Race 11 Horseshoe Indiana 11.05 Interstatedaydream (5/6)
Promising filly who hacked up on reappearance at Oaklawn before finding the top level too hot to handle at Keeneland; back to form winning last time; this easier so hard to get away from; should be winning this.
With 3 wins from 5 starts the improving INTERSTATEDAYDREAM can salute the judge once more. She won a Grade 2 at Keeneland last time and with this being a Grade 3 it actually represents a drop back down. She is obviously open to further improvement and might always be dominating this field. Patna has won 2 of her 3 starts and brings potential to the table as well so might be the danger. Runaway Wife won easily on penultimate start before finishing a good second last time beaten less than a length. If she builds on that she might not be all that far away either. Silverleaf was an easy winner last time but this is a big step up from that so she’ll need to find more to follow up.
Race 7 Woodbine 9.27 Loyalty (6/5)
Exciting filly who has won both starts to date impressing on debut and then following up convincingly over 6f here last time; switches to turf now and open to further improvement so can bring up the hat-trick here.
I’m expecting LOYALTY to remain unbeaten at Woodbine tonight. She has won her first two starts impressively and with further improvement to come now switched to turf she should have too much for these. She likes to go forward and if she gets a soft lead here they won’t see which way she goes. Strictly on the clock she’ll be tough to beat. Gal In A Rush shaped encouragingly on return and if stripping fitter she could emerge as the danger. Diabolic has been pretty consistent and has already won 3 times so also deserves plenty of respect. Of those at bigger odds From Above might be able to hit the frame. She was a good second on debut and if ready to roll on return she might go well.
I’ve covered every race across FIVE meetings in America on Saturday night.