With no superstar horse in the field this year (the only exception perhaps being an inconsistent Big Brown) the field is reminiscent of last year’s Breeders Cup betting and could prove equally tricky.
Breeders Cup betting enthusiasts are busily preparing for the races at hand but the big question that everyone wants to know is which is the best horse in races this year? If you’re looking for a Breeders Cup bet that will be a sure thing, there is really is no good answer. But heading into the Breeders Cup betting it seems as though Big Brown will the horse to beat in the betting odds. After an up and down season in which it exploded out of the gates, Big Brown had a disastrous run at the Triple Crown but it seems as though it’s recovered nicely in time for the Breeders Cup betting.
Big Brown isn’t a bad Breeders Cup bet at all and should at the very least finish in the money. The horse has been dominant in its most recent wins and loves to put the hammer down when it gets a lead. But there are two wild cards that that Big Brown will have to contend with in the Breeders Cup betting, and one of them is Henrythenavigator. A European-based horse that hasn’t yet run in America this season, this is a horse that could throw the Breeders Cup betting for a loop. Imagine Big Brown at the beginning of the season, and that has been Henrythenavigator all season long in Europe. You can get some idea why this could be a good Breeders Cup bet. If he can live up to the billing, this will be one of the best showdowns we’ve seen in a Breeders Cup betting Classic in some time. Granted, the competition in Europe is not the same he’ll see in the Breeders Cup betting, but this horse is a definite talent.
The other wildcard and semi longshot is defending Breeders Cup betting champ Curlin. Most of the betting world has seemed to write him off, but all this horse does is win big races and he could be a good Breeders Cup betting choice in 2008.
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