Breeders Cup Wagering 101

Breeders Cup wagering is quite simply the finest horse racing event in the world.

There are some Breeders Cup online wagering fans that might argue otherwise, and everyone is entitled to their opinion, but based on competition, purse, and breadth of events, it is difficult to argue otherwise. People who know about horse racing will almost unanimously agree that when it comes to equine competition you simply cannot beat the Breeders Cup wagering.

Breeders Cup wagering, despite it’s immense appeal and enormous purse is quite new to the scene of horse racing. While better publicized events such as the Kentucky Derby or the Belmont Stakes have been around for decades, indeed, more than a century, the Breeders Cup wagering has only been around since the 1980s. And this of course has limited its exposure somewhat to the public, but in the world of horse racing the legend of the Breeders Cup online wagering continues to grow. Among the breeders, owners and trainers the Breeders Cup wagering events is where everyone comes to see who the best of the best is.

For people that have never even heard of the Breeders Cup wagering event, let alone partaken in the Breeders Cup wagering, there are a few things to know about this race heading in that help to better understand what Breeders Cup wagering is all about. Unlike most horse racing events the Breeders Cup wagering is a two-day event, as opposed to a single day of racing is customary at most non-Breeders Cup online wagering events. The Breeders Cup wagering competition started out several decades ago as a single day of racing, but the event grew so quickly and became so popular that the Breeders Cup wagering had to be spread across two days as one day simply wasn’t big enough to contain this event.

The first day of racing now is exclusively for the ladies, something that is also particular to the Breeders Cup wagering. The format on both days is more or less the same as the field runs through the various races of different lengths and surfaces. Within the first day of Breeders Cup wagering competition the races are further broke up by age with the younger horses running in the early Breeders Cup online wagering races with the day’s climax featuring older and more talented horses. The second day of racing follows the same format with the main event of the Breeders Cup wagering competition held as the last race on Saturday.

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