But with just several weeks left until the Breeders Cup odds hit the bookmakers, the midnight oil is burning and handicappers are losing sleep. In the Classic, Breeders Cup odds show plenty of big names but too many variables to give the win to any one horse just yet.
Breeders Cup odds fans are certainly familiar with the name Big Brown. Big Brown burst onto the horse racing scene in earlier in the year and looked to be a lock to win the Triple Crown before an inconsistency led to a loss. Most Breeders Cup odds makers still think this is that on any given day this is the strongest horse in the 2008 Breeders Cup odds and they could be right. With blow out wins early on and some fine finishing in his most recent races, Big Brown looks to be horse to beat in the Breeders Cup odds. He won at Monmouth in August after coming from behind. That seems like a good omen ahead of the Breeders Cup odds.
Among the Breeders Cup odds makers, the biggest challenge to Big Brown seems to be Go Between. While not as well known as his more famous rival, this horse is more than ready to turn some heads in the 2008 Breeders Cup odds. He seems to finally be breaking through to be a lock to place in the Breeders Cup odds. After two runner-up finishes in at Santa Anita over the summer, he finally notched a win in late August at Del Mar. This horse is coming into form at just the right time and should do well in the Breeders Cup odds.
Henrythenavigator is also likely to appear in the top three of the 2008 Breeders Cup odds. He has been the best horse in Europe all year and has dominated in all his wins. This is a dream match-up for Breeders Cup odds fans as the best horse from the US and the Old Continent will race. It’s hard to say how well this horse will do against better competition, but there’s no doubt among Breeders Cup odds makers that this horse is a competitor and it will be very interesting to see what this means for Breeders Cup odds fans.
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