Trainer Mark Casse has never won the Kentucky Derby, but it appears Laker Mamba has the pedigree and potential to give Casse a shot at victory in 2021.
Over the two-day bonanza of racing, it often only takes being right on a few occasions to walk away with a profit.
It’s a fantastic nine-race sequence of Breeders’ Cup races, and conditions will be fast and firm on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Keeneland.
Bettors can leverage their strongest opinion by singling a horse, and I am excited to build tickets around Monomoy Girl in the Distaff!
Scully explains his betting strategy for Breeders’ Cup Friday
The centerpiece of the two-day, 14-race Breeders’ Cup, the $6 million Classic (G1) has attracted a compelling field of 11 pre-entries.
Eleven fillies and mares have been pre-entered for the $2 million Distaff (G1), which will be carded as the 10TH race on the Breeders’ Cup Saturday program.
The $2 million Juvenile (G1) is the highlight of five Breeders’ Cup races on the Future Stars Friday program. Fifteen 2-year-olds, including an also-eligible, have been pre-entered.
Sconsin merits a serious look for the Breeders’ Cup in James Scully’s estimation exiting her best performance to date.
Handicapper James Scully analyzes three data trends that stick out for the Breeders’ Cup in 2020.
The Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile is coming up tough. If Met Mile winner Vekoma opts for the Sprint, bettors will spread for multi-race wagers.
Ranking the likeliest Breeders’ Cup favorites for the two-day fixture in order of most vulnerable to least vulnerable.