A sensational field of 10 will go 1 1/4 miles on the Keeneland dirt in the headliner of a two-day racing extravaganza in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1).
Morning training sessions at tracks across North America have been packed with Breeders’ Cup contenders turning in final pre-race workouts.
The centerpiece of the two-day, 14-race Breeders’ Cup, the $6 million Classic (G1) has attracted a compelling field of 11 pre-entries.
Breeders’ Cup pre-entries were released on Wednesday, with the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) shaping up to be a particularly contentious event.
As the Nov. 6-7 Breeders’ Cup World Championships approach, stay up to speed on the latest developments with a weekly roundup of news and notes:
The action of the past week saw some stocks rise and some fall with respect to the Breeders’ Cup. Here’s our take on who’s hot and who’s not.
We’re joined by the voice of the Kentucky Derby Travis Stone to talk about the Kentucky Derby, the Classic Division, calling the Derby, and more!
Saturday’s Cross Country Pick 5, which offers a mix of graded events and non-stakes, twice crosses the international border between the U.S. and Canada.
Led by Midnight Bisou in the Personal Ensign (G1) and Tom d’Etat in the Whitney (G1), there is lots of star power on Saturday’s Saratoga program.
The stars are out on Saturday at the Spa, including the return of Stephen Foster winner Tom’s d’Etat. The Whitney S. starts the first leg of a late Pick 4.
A compact, but stellar, field of five will contest Saturday’s $750,000 Whitney (G1) at Saratoga featuring the 2019 Travers victor, Code of Honor.
We’re joined by Miguel Mena to talk about his win in the Stephen Foster with Tom’s d’Etat, his riding career, and more. We also look to the Gulfstream Park mandatory payout sequence…