Timeform's US team pick out their three best bets for Sunday night's stateside action...
"Baby Fresh can go very close and her Morning Line odds of 6.0 look more than fair..."
Robert Noble looks worth taking a chance on in race 2 at Belmont (18:21 BST), a one-mile maiden claimer, on the dirt. Robert Noble finished third in a similar race to this one last time out, and was behind another of today's rivals, Distant Thoughts, who finished second. There are sound reasons for thinking that form may be reversed, though, as Robert Noble was a tad slowly away there and made a middle-move into a strong pace. Blinkers also go on today, and he looks the value call.
Five-year-old mare Baby Fresh has been highly tried in stakes company on her last outings, and can make the most of the drop back into the starter allowance ranks in race 3 at Keeneland (19:07 BST). The last time that Baby Fresh competed at this level she finished a good second, having previously won twice beforehand. With a decent draw in stall three, she can go very close and her Morning Line odds of 6.0 look more than fair.
Race 4 at Woodbine (19:31 BST) is a competitive-looking $32k polytrack claimer, with plenty of the nine-strong field possessing some sort of chance. Oro Vero has been in good recent form, but this is a tougher race than the ones he has been competing in, and he looks worth taking on at the forecast price of 4.0. With strong challenges likely to come from the likes of Colleen's Sailor and Bigstormbrewin' amongst others, we have enough running for us to make a lay worthwhile.
Timeform US Smart Plays
Belmont race 2 (18:21 BST) win back #10 ROBERT NOBLE @ 6.05/1 or longer
Keeneland race 3 (19:07 BST) win back #3 BABY FRESH @ 5.59/2 or longer
Woodbine race 4 (19:31 BST) win lay #1 ORO VERO @ 4.57/2 or shorter