The Breeders’ Cup is being held at Monmouth Park on October 26th and 27th and the Turf races definitely look exciting for fans look to bet Breeders Cup action.
Betting Breeders Cup races this year will involve looking at European horses that have done well on the turf. One of the more interesting turf horses for fans looking at betting Breeders Cup races looks to be All My Loving from the barn of Aidan O'Brien. He could be a really interesting wager as you bet Breeders Cup turf races. All My Loving is the 3-year-old daughter of Sadler's Wells and has only 1 win from 8 starts. She was good enough to finish third in the Group 1 Irish Oaks and second in the Group 2 Park Hill Stakes.
Another interesting horse for players looking at betting Breeders Cup races is Remarkable News. The horse has been based in the United States his entire career but he will become the first Venezuelan-bred horse to race in the Breeders Cup when he races in the mile. When you are betting Breeders Cup action you might want to take a look at Remarkable News who has been racing on the turf the past couple years with graded stakes wins in New York, Kentucky, and Maryland.
Fans that bet Breeders Cup action will want to know that the 16 European-trained Breeders' Cup horses are scheduled to arrive at Newark International Airport in New Jersey between Sunday and Tuesday. Fans betting Breeders Cup races should know that there are a total of eight British horses making the trip, Red Rocks, Jeremy, Passage of Time, Simply Perfect, Rahiyah, Strike the Deal, Annie Skates, and Joffe's Run. Fans that will bet Breeders Cup action should know that the seven horses from Ireland are Timarwa, Domestic Fund, Dylan Thomas, George Washington, Excellent Art, All My Loving, and Achill Island. The only French horse for fans looking at Breeders Cup betting action is Champs Elysees.
Jazzy is another horse to keep an eye on as you are betting Breeders Cup races. The 5-year-old mare will run in the Filly and Mare Sprint for fans looking at betting Breeders Cup races. Jazzy had made her first nine starts on grass, the first seven in South Africa.