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Belmont All-Stakes Pick 4 (Video)

Pick 4 Video Belmont
On Belmont Stakes day, races 8 through 11 have a $1.5 million guaranteed all-stakes pick 4 covering the Just A Game, Met Mile, Manhattan, and the Belmont. With two races on the turf and two on the main track there is a good chance for a big payout. Horse Racing Nation Managing Editor Brian Zipse and I have come up with a $96 ticket that ends with California Chrome’s historic Triple Crown attempt.


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The Met Mile is all 4yos except Scarly Charly and as Brian points out Vyjack was running as well as these before he got sick after the Wood. Working lightsouttony, if he’s grown up like his competitors 30-1 is a huge overlay.
Great video, guys. I really like your picks in the Manhattan, but best of luck with all of your picks!
Brian and Andy,first of all good luck with your ticket .Like one of your second leg selections,and very smart logic. Bryan i am glad your memory of last years 3yos is on target. My only thing about Palace Malice.On any ticket anyone plays,he is a must use. He is by far the likeliest of winners. My problem is that how the skids are being greased for a major excuse,based on not only the 2 of you opening statement,but many others. You stated that he is on top of the Division,and i will not argue pro or con. But taking your position in the discussion. This is a nice and balanced field. But in the realm of the elite horses in the country,this field is not that strong in overall quality. If PM is that good,the rail(although not the ideal starting spot in a big field) should never be the reason that he loses. Nor should the weight,for a horse who has won 3 Graded races so far this year. He is very lightly weighted in comparisson to the field. If you considered him a very good horse going in,the weights are fair. But when people are talking thebest horse in America,i can't accept the argument. Either way,that is just idle chatter. Good luck to you and all. But most importany enjoy your day and make money.

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