Breeders' Cup Articles
Below you will find updated information regarding the 2015 Breeders' Cup. On this page we will be posting updated articles, picks, odds and information all pertaining to the 2015 Breeders' Cup. Bookmark this page and check back often for updates. The Breeders' Cup takes place on October 30th and October 31st from Keeneland in Lexington, KY.
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The best thing about the Breeders' Cup Distaff this year is that it is no longer called the Ladies' Classic - the train wreck of a name it went by from 2007 until last year. It's still stuck on Friday where it gets far less attention than it deserves, but at least some of the dignity is restored. The older female division of racing is often the deepest and most impressively talented. Read More >>
The lead up to this race took a tragic turn on Saturday morning. Points Offthebench was a lock to be the favorite and was going to be very tough to pick against. With Mike Smith aboard for his final workout on Saturday, though, the horse took a bad step and shattered his leg. He was put down on the track, and the race is now sadly more wide-open. It will be a large field of 12 horses that takes to the starting gate. Read More >>
The story in the Breeders' Cup Mile this year is Wise Dan. The reigning Horse of the Year is looking to repeat as the winner of this race. He would not be alone if he does pull off the double - great runners Lure, Goldikova, Da Hoss and Miesque have all done it. He finished second last time out to snap a nine-race winning streak, and he's not likely to repeat as Horse of the Year unless he gets some help, but he's still the horse to watch - and to beat - in this one. Read More >>
It's a big field for the grueling mile and a half challenge of the Breeders' Cup Turf this year. It's not the star-studded field that it has been some years, and the International contingent has a lot to do with that, but it is still a deep and exciting handicapping challenge. Of the 12 horses in the field there are seven that stand out as interesting, and the following are my 2013 Breeders' Cup Turf predictions with morning line odds: Read More >>
2013 Breeders Cup Betting Advice: Longshots
by Trevor Whenham - 10/29/2013
If there is one thing we have learned over the years in the Breeders' Cup it's that the favorites don't always win. Time and time again we have seen longshots come from seemingly nowhere to deliver big prices to those who backed them. It makes sense that a card like this is so good for longshots - even the worst horse in any field is better than most horses at most tracks on a normal day. As I've looked over the card this year, here are seven runners with double-digit morning line odds that stand out: Read More >>
Mike Smith: Smith knows a thing or two about winning Breeders' Cup races. He has done it 17 times - the record among jockeys. His first came in the Mile aboard legendary Lure in 1992, and he added two more last year with Royal Delta in the Distaff and Mizdirection in the Turf Sprint. Smith doesn't ride a lot of horses anymore, but every time he is on one he has a good chance to win. Read More >>
The depth of talent and accomplishment among the trainers at the Breeders' Cup every year is absolutely incredible. Outside of the Triple Crown, there is no weekend in North America that trainers work harder to succeed at. What is so remarkable is that even the best trainers fail to win far more often than they succeed. Trying to pick out just a few trainers to talk about amongst all the greats we will see this year is a thankless task, but here are eight that are worth mentioning. Read More >>
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