Longshots have a real chance to win in Breeders Cup betting. Here are a few that could pay well on Friday and Saturday.
Breeders Cup wagering on Friday has six races and there are a few horses that could surprise. Cloudy’s Knight is 8-1 in the Marathon and has a real chance to win in Breeders Cup betting. The Juvenile Fillies Turf is the second race on Friday and is wide open. Hatheer could be a great Breeders Cup wagering choice at 10-1. She has been favored in her last three starts but is coming off a loss. The Juvenile Fillies is next and there is a real longshot on the rail in Zilva who is 30-1 in Breeders Cup wagering. She should not be overlooked even with her big odds. The Filly & Mare Turf is a real longshot race as a horse like Rutherienne at 8-1 has a real chance as does Maram at 15-1 in Breeders Cup wagering. There is not really a good longshot in the Filly & Mare Sprint since the favored Ventura looks tough. The Ladies’ Classic is the last Breeders Cup wagering race on Friday and is full of intriguing longshots. Rainbow View is 6-1, Cocoa Beach is 8-1 and Mushka is 12-1. Muska gets Kent Desormeaux in the irons and could win at Breeders Cup betting odds of 12-1.
The Juvenile Turf gets Breeders Cup wagering underway on Saturday. The two kittens are interesting at 12-1. Kera’s Kitten and Becky’s Kitten are capable longshots at 12-1 in Breeders Cup betting. The Turf Sprint has Get Funky at 20-1. He could steal this wide open race. The Sprint has Zensational at 7-5 and that horse looks tough. The Juvenile has an interesting longshot in Pulsion. He has Mike Smith in the Irons and is a great value at 20-1. The Mile has Goldikova as a big Breeders Cup wagering favorite but Whatsthescript is a horse with a chance at a price. He is 15-1 and last year finished third in this race. The Dirt Mile has a number of interesting longshots including Pyro who is 10-1 in Breeders Cup wagering. Presious Passion is 4-1 in the Turf and not a huge longshot but the horse could win as the third Breeders Cup wagering choice. The Classic has a very live longshot in Mine That Bird. The horse is 12-1 in Breeders Cup wagering, is a nice close and has the rail with Calvin Borel. Does that sound familiar to the Kentucky Derby?