Two getaway feature on the closing day docket at Belmont Park and we'll feature the Chelsea Flower for young turf fillies going long because there are a few live horses in this matchup at more than fair odds. Of those, we're most interested in Ketel Twist.

Bill Mott miss broke her maiden in off-turfer recently following three good turf tries on her card previously. Three back she did all the dirty work, chasing a solid pace and taking lead only to tire in deep stretch. An anxious type, we're taking her to settle down a bit as she goes post-ward with first-Lasix here.

Taking Ketel Twisit to win at 8-1 or greater and key-boxing her in all money positions in super-exotics with La Reine Bourbon(6-1), who lost significant ground on both turns in the P G Johnson; Zloty (7-2) a game maiden winner recently; Duff One (4-1), who flew home for place after stutter-step start in the aforementioned P G, and A LIttle Bit Sassy (15-1) who finished strongly going long to break maiden after given a sprint run in debut.

Number of Selections since May, 2007: 1415

Number of Win-Place-Show Finishers: 431-268-214

Amount Wagered: $2,830 [to win only]

Total Dollar Return on Investment: $2,9230.60

Profit to Date: $100.60