American Pharoah "Grand Slams" the
Field in the Classic!
American Pharoah, the Triple Crown
Champion, slams the old track record as he easily cruises to a 6 1/2
victory in the $5 Million Breeders' Cup Classic!
The 3/5 Favorite in a
shortened field of 8 runners, he set the new track record in
2:00.07 and tied for the largest margin of victory in Classic
history in front of 50,155 cheering fans at Keeneland Race Course in
With his Classic
victory, he becomes the first ever "Gand Slam" Champion - winning the
Triple Crown and the Breeders' Cup Classic. What a way to end your
racing career as he will be retired and headed to his next career, in
the breeding barn.
Oh what a lucky guy!
With the SCRATCH of the
Champion Mare Beholder and Smooth Roller, there were no other runners in
the race that could contest him on the front end and thus the easy win
by a large margin.
Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith realizing this,
fired Effinex out of the gate and
ran in 2nd place all the way around the track at 33-1 odds all the
while knowing he was not going to catch American Pharoah His 2nd place
finished gave his connections $900,000 of the purse money!
Trainer Bob Baffert has
to be given a lot of the credit for preparing American Pharoah for the
tough Triple Crown trail and to get him to the Classic in fine
condition after losing his only race this year in the Travers! This was
his 2nd Classic win in back-to-back years and now has 12 Breeders' Cup
As well to jockey
Victor Espinoza for giving Pharoah perfect rides throughout the
campaign. Especially after he booted off Dancing with the Stars(short guys just don't dance well
with taller girls) !
American Pharoah became the savior hose
racing has been waiting for as it looked to everyone that there
would never be a Triple Crown Champion again. But he proved us all
He will most certainly
be named Eclispe winner for 3-year
old Male and Horse of
The question is - who
will be our next Triple Crown Champion? Will we have to wait another 37
It was truly a great
day/weekend for horse players!
It was NOT a great
weekend for the European shippers as they were ONLY able to win (2)
Turf Divisions - the Turf with Found (Ire) and the Juvenile Turf with
They did did however
have (4) runner ups and (3) 3rd place finishers.
The final scorecard in Turf events reads U.S. -
(4) Europe - (2).
trainer Mark Casse who won his
first Breeders' Cup Championship on Friday with Catch a Glimpse (6.5-1) in
the Juvenile Fillies Turf and then on Saturday win his 2nd with Tepin (5-1) in the Mile.
12 race card on Day 2 we had (3) winners on Top and (5) winners
in our Top 4
hit (8) Exactas in the (12) races along with (4) Trifecta and (3)
Superfectas, (6) Daily Doubles, (3) Pick3 and (1) Pick 4!
The $2 Exacta(s) were
R2 ($31), R3 ($13), R4 ($243), R6 ($51), R7 ($24), R8 ($174), R10 ($42)
$1 Trifecta hits were
R2 ($70), R3 ($60), R8 ($538) and R10 ($100).
Our $1 Superfecta hits
were in R2 ($242), R3 ($19,848.60) and R12 ($3,817.40).
The $1 Daily Doubles
were in R3
($5), R9 ($45), R8 ($20), R10 ($83), R11 ($23) and R12 ($46).
50 Cent Pick 3s won
were R9 ($66), R10 ($190) and R11 ($113).
50 Cent Pick 4 hit in
Total Won - $4,902
Day Total Won - $12,875
Cup - Day 1
Stopchargingmaria prevails in the
Distaff over Stellar Wind
by a neck!
then had to withstand a stewards' inquiry and objection after the race.
She drifted out slightly to brush up against Stellar Wind but it
was ruled that there was no foul.
had not raced since running 4th in the Personal Ensign at Saratogar on
Aug. 29. Trainer Todd Pletcher said the key was not running her back
after that race and give her some time off. Well it worked to
win gave Pletcher and jockey Javier Castellano their second win of the
day as they also won on Liam's Mar in the Dirt Mile. Pletcher now has
won (9) Breeders' Cup Championships.
There was a record BC
Friday crowd of 44,947 on hand to witness the Pletcher / Castellano
In the Dirt Mile, odds-on favorite
Liam's Map won
as the lowest paying favorite to have ever won this race!
did not get off to a good start as he was pinched back at the start. He
then found himself racing in 4th on the inside behind the front
Liam's Map is usally on
the front winning in wire-to-wire fashion. But not today!
Lea took the lead at the 3/4 pole, Liam's Map was stuck in 5th and
looked like he was in trouble. Not to fear, the favorite was able to
find a way out and path to get by the front runners. He caught and
passed the runner up Lea
and pulled away to win by 2 1/2 lengths!
scare was over for everyone who singled Liam's Map on their Pick 4 and
Pick 6 tickets! Liam's Map paid $3.00 - $2.40 - $2.10 for the
Win, Place and Show.
This was Laim's Map
final race and will be retired and sent to the breeding barn!
In the other two Divisions,
Catch a Glimpse
won the Juvenile
Fillies Turf for trainer Mark Casse. Catch a Glimpse went off at
6-1 odds as
the 4th favorite in the field.
Hit It a Bomb won the Juvenile Turf
Division for European trainer Adian O'Brien. He was the 3rd favorite at
European imports had a decent day in the 2 Turf Divisions on Day 1
getting 1 win, 2 seconds and 2 thirds. The bigger Turf events are on
Saturday and that is where their BEST Turf runners show up!
In the 4 Breeders' Cup
Divisions on Day 1, the Favorites won 1 and ran second in 2.
off to a fast start with our Picks beginning in race!
10 races card on Day 1 we cashed in on the first 6. Our selections had
(7) winners in our Top 4
selections with (2) of them being our Top choice.
hit (7) Exactas in the (10) races along with (2) Trifecta and (2)
Superfectas, (7) Daily Doubles and (6) Pick 3s!
The $2 Exacta(s) were
R1 ($125), R3 ($184), R4 ($148), R5 ($38), R6 ($83), R8 ($81) and R10
$1 Trifecta hits were
R3 ($664) and R4 ($646).
Our $1 Superfecta hits
were in R1 ($430) and R3 ($1,850).
$1 Daily Doubles were
in R2 ($22), R3
($92), R4 ($342), R5 ($113), R6 ($54), R7 ($14) and R8 ($9).
50 CENT Pick 3(s) were
R3 ($278), R4 ($1,199), R5 ($879), R6 ($548), R7
($41) and R8 ($58),
Total Won - $7,973
made with 167 horses running in the (13) Divisions of the 32nd
are (9) Divisions that filled to the max.!
There are (6) previous
Breeders' Cup winners entered. They are Beholder (Classic-won the
Juv Filly and Distaff), Stephanie's
Kitten (Filly & Mare
Turf-won the Juv Filly Turf in 2011), Karakontie
(Mile), Bobby's Kitten
(Turf Sprint), Judy the
(Filly & Mare Sprint) and Untapable (Distaff).
Full fields and number of returning starters will guarantee us an
exciting weekend of
quality horse racing and BIG surprizes with BIG payouts!
first time, the Breeders' Cup has been held at Keeneland Race Course
and marks the 32nd 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 prize money
of $26 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!
$11 Million in
Guaranteed Wagering Pools!
card features a $500,00 guaranteed Pick 5, a $750,000 Ultra Pick 6, a
$1.5 Miiion Pick 4 and a NEW $500,00 Distaff / Classic Double
card features a $500,000 guaranteed Pick 5, early Pick 4 with $1.5
Million guaranteed pools, a $2 Million Ultra Pick 6, a $3 Million late
Pick 4 and a NEW $750,000 Classic Pick 3 consisting of the Juvenile,
Turf and Classic races!
year the minimum wager amount on the Ultra Pick 6 has been lowered to
Saturday will showcase the
remaining 9 Breeders' Cup Championship races featuring the $5
Million BC Classic at
1 1/4 Miles. 4 of the races will be run on the Turf.
The Classic Division is shaping
up to be one of the MOST competitive and interesting editions with the
show-down of Triple Crown winner American
Pharoah taking on the Super Mare Beholder, Keen Ice(only horse to beat American Pharoah this
top horses look to be Tonalist (5th in last year's Classic), Honor Code(won Whitney Stakes), Frosted (2nd in Belmont
Stakes), and Hard Aces
(won SA Gold Cup) and others.
The big unknown in here
is the Euro invader Gleneagles (IRE),
trained by Aidan O'Brien, is on his way over to take on Triple Crown
winner American Pharoah!
Beholder will be attempting to
become the first horse to win 3 Breeders' Cup races in 3 Divisions!
be the first time
ever that the Championship races have been held at Keeneland Race
Course in Lexington, Kentucky! However, it marks the 9th time they have
been held in the state of Kentucky as they have previously been run at
Keeneland dirt track had previously been a synthetic surface but to get
the Breeders' Cup Championship races they had to switch back to a
"True" Dirt surface which they did last year.
You will want to keep
an eye on the Fall meet early dirt races to see how the new surface
Previous Breeders' Cups held at Churchill
were in 1988, 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2010 and 2011.
When the races have been held in Kentucky,
we have seen Big Upsets and many surprises. The same should hold true
for the races at Keeneland this year!
In 2011 we saw Secret Circle win the
inaugural Breeders' Cup Juvenile Sprint.
failed in her attempt to win 4 consecutive Mile Divisions as she
finished 3rd. Longshot Court
Vision won and paid $131.60.
($31.60) rallied from the back of the pack to catch Game on Dude to win
the Classic and give his jock Mike
Smith his 15th Breeders' Cup victory which tied Jerry Bailey for
the All-time lead!
In 2010 history was made when Goldikova became the first
ever 3-time Division Champion as she won her 3rd BC Mile against
mare Zenyatta was
trying to win her 2nd Classic and keep her UNDEFEATED record (19-0-0-0)
intact but came up a nose short as Blame was able to hold her off at
The 2006 Edition gave us the first and only
Juvenile winner that went on to win the Kentucky Derby when jockey
Calvin "Bo-rail" brought Street
Sense from the back of the pack, down the rail to get the
In 2000 Spain gave us the largest
win payoff in Breeders' Cup history when she won the Distaff Division
and Paid $113.80. She was trained by the "Coach", D. Wayne Lukas.
We also saw Tiznow win the first of his
Divisions as he beat the European runner Giant's Causeway by a
In 1998 we saw an exciting finish in the
Classic as less than 1 length separated the top 4 horses at the wire
with Awesome Again
winning over Silver Charm
In 1994 we got one of the biggest upsets in
Breeders' Cup history when One
Dreamer ridden by Gary
Stevens went wire-to-wire in a small 9 horse field to win the
Distaff and pay $96.20.
1991 gave us another big UPSET when the Euro
invader Miss Alleged,
as part of a 3-horse mutal field, won the Turf Division and paid $86.20.
In 1988 we saw the undefeated Personal Ensign win the Distaff by a nose over the
Kentucky Derby winner Winning
Colors on a muddy track!
The French filly Miesque became the first
ever horse to win 2 Breeders' Cup races when she won her 2nd Mile
Trainer D. Wayne Lukas became the
1st trainer to win 3 Breeders' Cup races on the same day when he took
down the Juvenile, Juvenile Filly and Sprint Division!
What surprises will we see
In it's 32nd 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 $24.5 Million!.
wagering dollars have also increased to a record amount of $173,857,697
It also has become the best betting day, now 2
days of the year for racing fans around the World. The breeders' Cup's
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the past 10 years there have been Million Dollar winners 4 times.
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There is $160 Million wagered on the
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There will be over $160 Million wagered and
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the past 10 years of the Breeders' Cup the average Winner paid
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average Trifecta paid $1,730 .. the average Superfecta paid
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