Breeders Cup odds will now be available on two days this year. The 2007 Breeders Cup odds will be available on Friday, Oct. 26, and Saturday, Oct. 27th. Those fans looking at Breeders Cup odds should know that Monmouth Park should be a great host site for Breeders Cup odds in 2007.
Breeders Cup odds fans know that the track has held some great races in the past. In 1872, a match race between Longfellow and Henry Basset drew 25,000 fans. Those fans looking at Breeders Cup odds know that Longfellow won and has a stakes race at Monmouth Park named in his honor. Breeders Cup odds fans know that the track is home to the very first Derby ever run in the U.S. and the oldest Oaks in the country.
Breeders Cup odds fans know that the Jersey Derby was run for the first time on June 7, 1864. That was 11 years before the first Kentucky Derby. Breeders Cup odds know that the Monmouth Oaks had its first running in 1871. Breeders Cup odds know that was four years before the Kentucky Oaks.
Fans of Breeders Cup odds know that Monmouth has seen former Presidents Ulysses S. Grant and James A. Garfield in attendance. Breeders Cup odds know that the modern Monmouth Park opened on June 19, 1946. Monmouth’s meeting has had the best, trainers, riders and horses in the country. There have been 31 Hall of Fame horses including Alysheba, Holy Bull, Personal Ensign, Ruffian, Serena’s Song, Skip Away, Slew O’ Gold and Spectacular Bid.
It is expected that 2007 Breeders Cup odds will have Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense as the prohibitive favorite in the Classic. Breeders Cup odds fans know that Belmont Stakes winner Rags to Riches would have been the Breeders Cup odds-on favorite in the Distaff but she will not run due to injury. 2007 Breeders Cup odds should provide exciting action for horse racing fans around the world that view the races on ESPN and ESPN 2.