3/4 in the pick 4 yesterday at Belmont Park and the Conductor is kicking himself for not using the lone speed in the first leg. Of course, his two horses after scratches run 2nd and 3rd behind him. But as the old saying goes, if you don’t hit the late pick 4 on Thursday, play and whack the late pick 5 on Friday. Skip.

Race 6: 6 Furlongs. Clm 12500

#8 Our Honor (8/1) – Returning to Belmont, he’s 3/5 lifetime over the track and gets a major rider upgrade to Saez today. He’s the price horse the Conductor must use.

Other Contenders: #6 Summer Bourbon (4/1), #1 Vincero (5/2)

Race 7: 1 1/16 Mile. (Turf) S.Alw 55000n1x

#12 Stanhope (6/1) – 2nd out for the Cox Barn, he was as cooked in a hot pace last time and folded. He’s getting Lasix today for the first time and is working well.

Other Contenders: #11 Microsecond (2/1), #8 Fly Fly Away (8/1), #1 Point Him Out (8/1)

Race 8: 1 1/16 Mile. Alw 65000n1x

#3 Adare (3/1) – This colt has run huge late pace figures without the aid of hot paces in his last two starts. He’s the one to beat.

Other Contenders: #7 Fed Funds (10/1), #8 Mischeif Afoot (7/2)

Race 9: 1 1/8 Mile. (Inner Turf) F.OC 62500n2x

*#3 Sorrentina Lemon (2/1) – Most of the Conductor’s play will go throw this filly. She’s yet to run a bad race.

Belmont Park

The one that most scares the Conductor #4 Orglandes (5/1) – 2nd time in in the US for Chad Brown with Irad aboard, the Conductor likes her European class.

Race 10: 6 Furlongs. (Turf) Clm 30000n2L

The Conductor can’t get too narrow here.

Contenders: #1 Hard Count (5/2), #2 Spitball (10/1), #3 Crack Shot (9/2), #6 What’s to Blame (6/1)

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