ALERTS: McCraken Wins KY Jockey Club .....
Mo Town Wins Remsen Stakes
Arrogate Polishes Off California Chrome in
Arrogate, the 3-year-old late developer,
defeats the older 5-year-old super horse California Chrome in the $6
Million Breeders' Cup Classic!
Jockey Mike Smith was happy
letting "Chrome" go for the lead out of the gate while he raced in 3rd
just 2 lengths behind, bidding his time till making his move at the top
of stretch and slowly gained on the leader until he was able to catch
him with only a few feet remaining to the wire!
As the 3/2 2nd Favorite
in a field of 9 runners, he finished the 1 1/4 Miles in
2:00.11 and earned a 120 Beyer (California
Chrome also earned a career best Beyer of 119), speed number in
front of a record crowd of 72,811 cheering fans at Santa Anita
With his Classic
victory, trainer Bob Baffert
has now won this race in three consecutive years!
The win gave jockey Mike Smith his record
setting 25th Breeders' Cup victory which no other jockey will be able
connections say that he will run in the Pegasus Championship at
Gulfstream Park in January. Will we get a "Rematch" with Arrogate?
It was truly a great
day/weekend for horseplayers!
It was a "Split"
weekend for the European shippers as they won (2)
Turf Divisions - the Turf with Highland
Reel (Ire) and the Filly and Mare Turf with Queen's
The Americans won the
Turf Sprint (Obviously (Ire) and the Mile Divisions (Tourist).
The final scorecard in 2-day Turf events reads
(4) Europe - (2).
Championship races resulted in tough defeats for not only California Chrome (1/2
length) but to Songbird
(2nd by a nose), Tepin
(2nd), Wavell Avenue (2nd 3/4 lengths), Flintshire (GB) (2nd 1 3/4
lengths), Found (Ire)
(3rd 4 lengths), Lady Eli
(2nd by a nose).
12 race card on Day 2 we had (3) winners on Top and (5) winners
in our Top 4
hit (6) Exactas in the (12) races along with (4) Trifecta and (3)
Superfectas, (7) Daily Doubles and (5) Pick3.
The $2 Exacta(s) were
R6 ($30), R7 ($58), R8 ($39), R9 ($28), R11 ($105)
$1 Trifecta hits were
R6 ($112), R8 ($144), R9 ($43) and R12 ($74).
Our $1 Superfecta hits
were in R3 ($15,951), R6 ($249) and R9 ($325).
The $2 Daily Doubles
were in R3
($17), R7 ($63), R8 ($65), R9 ($60), R10 ($83), R11 ($220) and R12
50 Cent Pick 3s won
were R8 ($84), R9 ($89), R10 ($157), R11 ($353) and R12 ($184).
Total Won - $18,612
Day Total Won - $20,387
Cup - Day 1
Beholder prevails in the
Distaff over the undefeated Songbird
by a nose!
The now 3-time
Breeders' Cup Champion produced a thrilling battle down the stretch
with the super 3-year-old filly Songbird to prevail by a nose as third
choice in the wagering!
Songbird was facing
older mares for the first time in her 11 race undefeated career. the
6-year-old Beholder was making her last career start before being
retired and heading to the breeding barn.
Jockey Gary Stevens
gave her the perfect ride letting Songbird set the fractions on the
front end while I'm a Chatterbox pressed the undefeated filly all the
way to the stretch while Beholder was being rated in 3rd until making
her move entering the stretch.
From the 1/4 pole to
wire Beholder and Songbird battled head-to-head, nose-to-nose in what
looked like a heavyweight boxing match between Ali and Frazer!
record reads (26-18-6-0).
There was a record BC
Friday crowd of 45,763 on hand to witness the Beholder / Songbird
In the other (3)
Breeders' Cup Day 1 races:
Dirt Mile, won by East
Coast shipper Tamarkuz , ridden by
jockey Mike Smith, came from off the pace to catch the dueling front
runners Gun Runner and odds-on favorite Dortmund the win by an
easy 3 1/2 lengths at 12-1 odds.
This was trainer Kiaran
McLaughlin's first ever win at Santa Anita Park.
In the Juvenile TurfOscar Performance
was able to win pressing the front runner to the 3/4 pole where he took
over the lead and kicked away to win by 1 1/4 lengths under jockey Jose
New Money Honey won the Juvenile Fillies Turf
Division for top U.S. turf trainer Chad Brown. She stalked
outside the front runners and rallied in deep stretch to win by a short
1/2 length over longshot Coasted.
East Coast shippers won
both of the Turf Divisions on Day 1 of Breeders' Cup Championships!
In the 4 Breeders' Cup
Divisions on Day 1, the Favorites won (0) races and ran second in only
off to a fast start with our Picks beginning in race 1!
10 races carded on Day 1 our selections had
(6) winners in our Top 4
selections with (1) of them being our Top choice and (1) being our best
hit (5) Exactas in the (10) races along with (1) Trifecta and (2)
Superfectas, (5) Daily Doubles and (3) Pick 3s!
The $2 Exacta(s) were
R1 ($33), R3 ($20), R4 ($28), R7 ($100) and R9
$1 Trifecta hit was
Our $1 Superfecta hits
were in R3 ($157) and R4 ($752).
$2 Daily Doubles were
in R2 ($21), R3
($10), R4 ($32), R8 ($209) and R9 ($65).
50 CENT Pick 3(s) were
R3 ($17), R4 ($17) and R9 ($227),
Total Won - $1,775
The Countdown is now on
to the 143rd Kentucky Derby - will any of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile
runners be the winner?
Final Entries have
made with 169 (including 6
also-eligibles) horses running in the (13) Divisions of the 33rd
ONLY (5) of the (13)
Divisions did not fill to the maximum of 14 runners. They are: Distaff (9), Sprint (9), Juvenile
(12) and Juvenile Fillies
(13). The Dirt Mile
is limited to just 12 runners and it did not fill (11).
also-eligible horses can get in if there are any Scratches in their
11:00a.m. Eastern Time on Friday!
are a remarkable (8) Breeders' Cup winners from last year with (4) that
are attempting to repeat in the same Division. They are Tepin
(Mile) and Wavell Avenue
(Filly & Mare Sprint), Mongolian
(Turf Sprint), Found (Ire)
(Turf). Those attempting to win in a different Div. are Songbird
(Distaff), Runhappy (Dirt Mile), Catch a Glimpse (Filly
& Mare Turf), Hit It a
Aidan O'Brien and U.S. trainer Chad Brown lead all trainers with (12)
Full fields and number of returning starters will guarantee us an
exciting weekend of
quality horse racing and BIG surprises with BIG payouts!
It is now time to start your
handicapping of the (13)
Championship races which are held on both Turf and Dirt at distances of
Sprints and Routs for Filly and Mares and Colts.
The "Proven Winning Breeders'
Cup Profiles" will help you in handicapping the (8) traditional
Divisions and our Wagering
Strategies will help you put together your betting tickets for
fourth time in the last 5 years, the Breeders' Cup will be held at
Park and marks the 33rd Anniversary since the inception of the "Great
Experiment" in championship horse racing which brings together the best
horses from around the world!
the 2-day event features 13 Championship races with total purse money
of $28 Million.
Breeders' Cup Friday will feature 4
Championship races starting with the Juvenile Turf and ending
the $2 Million Distaff
for Fillies and Mares at 1
1/8 miles. The (4) Day 1 races are all at 1 mile or longer and on both
the Dirt and Turf surfaces!
Previous Breeders' Cups held at Santa Anita
were in 1986, 1993, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
2014 gave us a very exciting Classic with Bayern going wire-to-wire
and was able to hold off Toast
of NewYork and
Chrome at the wire by a neck.
The undefeated Shared Belief was only able
to finish 4th after having been crushed at the start by Bayern
which cost him all chances of winning.
There was a steward's inquiry with no
changes being made!
We also saw Goldencents repeat in the
Dirt Mile Division.
In 2013 the Breeders' Cup produced (3)
repeat winners. They were Wise
Dan (Mile), Groupie
Doll (F&M Sprint) and Jim Rome's Mizdirection (Turf Sprint).
Dan was named horse of the year for the second time and is
looking to make a return trip to this year's edition of the Mile!
Gary Stevens pulled off the difficult
feat of winning both the Distaff (Beholder) and the Classic (Mucho Macho
In 2012 super horse Royal Delta won back-to-back
Jockey Mike Smith made Breeders'
Cup history by winning his 16th Championship race on Royal Delta and
with Mizdirection in the Turf Sprint for owner Jim Rome.
The Argentine Calidoscopio won the Marathon
Division coming from way back to give veteran jockey Aaron Grydor his first ever
Breeders' Cup win. Calidoscopio became the first Breeders' Cup winner
from Argentina as well as the oldest horse to win a race - he was 9
We saw Wise Dan win the Mile
Division while trouncing the Euro invaders and thus being named
of the Year!
In 2009 we saw the UNDEFEATED mare Zenyatta take on the boys in
the Classic as she
came from dead last to catch Gio Ponti in
mid-stretch to win and remain undefeated in 14 career races!
We also saw the mare Goldikova win her 2nd
straight Mile against
2008 Zenyatta won the Ladies
Classic with her patented run from last to first to keep her
record intact. Also Curlin was attempting to win his 2nd Classic but
came up short against the Euro invaders Raven's Pass and Henry the
Navigator as he finished 4th after taking the lead at the top of the
In 2003 Richard Mandella became the
1st trainer to win 4 Breeders' Cup Championship Races in the same year.
2003 also gave us the First
Ever Dead-heat in a Breeders' Cup race when Johar and High
Chaparral hit the wire together in the BC Turf!
In 1993 we got the BIGGEST upset in the
history of the Breeders' Cup when Arcangues won the Classic at 133-1 with
Jerry Bailey riding. Arcangues was a European import and did not get
bet by U.S. racing fans ... not even with Jerry Bailey riding.
In it's 33rd year, the Breeders' Cup has
become horse racing's most prestigious event attracting the best horses
from North America, South America, Europe and Japan. It has experienced
unprecedented growth with total races having expanded from 8 to 13 and
total purse money increasing to $28 Million!
It also has become the best betting day, now 2
days of the year for racing fans around the World. The breeders' Cup's
high quality and full fields produces incredible betting value
that can not be found anywhere else in horse racing!
There are many wagering types that are
offered on Breeders' Cup races including the Ultra Pick 6 which can pay
Millions! It has the World's largest guaranteed pool of $3 Million. In
the past 10 years there have been Million Dollar winners 4 times.
In 2003 Breeders' Cup there was one lucky
$2.7 Million ticket that picked all 6 winners on a single $8 bet!
There is $150 Million wagered on the
Breeders' Cup races and that will only increase this year with the
worldwide expansion of wagering to include over 20 countries.
The countdown is on ... to the
GREATEST 2 days in horse racing!
There will be over $160
Million wagered and
paid out to horse racing fans the World over!
the past 10 years of the Breeders' Cup the average Winner paid
$22.28 .. average Exacta paid $199 .. the
average Trifecta paid $1,730 .. the average Superfecta paid
How much of that did you win?
These prices alone tell you that Long-shots
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The KEY to winning on Breeders' Cup races is
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We have developed a Proven
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