Breeders Cup Wagering Thoroughbred Horses

Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that the 2007 Breeders Cup will have winners of certain graded stakes as part of the 11 race card

Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that the horses had to win races known as Breeders’ Cup Challenge Races to earn the right to start in the Breeders Cup Championship Races.  If you are wondering which horses will run in the 2007 Breeders Cup races at Monmouth Park in late October it is easy enough to find out.  Breeders Cup wagering fans can look at the qualifying races for the 2007 Breeders Cup.

Breeders Cup wagering fans will see the winner of the Saratoga Whitney Classic as part of the 2007 Breeders Cup.  Breeders Cup wagering fans will also see the Del Mar Pacific Classic winner, the Belmont Jockey Club Gold Cup Classic winner and the Oak Tree Goodwood Classic winner.  Breeders Cup wagering fans will see the Saratoga Go For Wand Distaff winner, the Belmont Beldame Distaff winner, the Oak Tree Lady’s Secret Distaff winner, and the Keeneland Juddmonte Spinster Distaff winner.  Breeders Cup wagering fans will also see the Saratoga Diana F&M Turf winner, the Arlington Park Beverly D F&M Turf winner, the Keeneland First Ladies F&M Turf winner and the Keeneland Lane’s End Breeders’ Futurity Juvenile winner.

2007 Breeders Cup Schedule

Breeders Cup online wagering fans will see the Belmont Champagne Juvenile winner, the Sha Tin Champions Mile Turf winner and the Del Mar Mile Turf winner.  Breeders Cup online wagering fans will also see the Keeneland Shadwell winner, the Oak Tree Mile winner and the Saratoga Alfred G. Vanderbilt Sprint winner.  Breeders Cup wagering fans will see the Del Mar Pat O’Brien Sprint winner, the Belmont Vosburgh Sprint winner and the Keeneland Phoenix Sprint winner.  Breeders Cup online wagering fans will also see the Oak Tree Ancient Title Sprint winner and the Arlington Million Turf winner.  Breeders Cup wagering fans will see the Arlington Park Secretariat winner and the Belmont Joe Hirsch Turf Classic winner.

Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that specific point values are assigned to first, second and third-place finishes in stakes throughout the United States from January 1 through October 15, 2007 that has been given granted graded status. Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that based on this system, win, place and show horses in Grade I stakes earn ten, six and four points. Breeders Cup online wagering should be exciting at Monmouth Park this year.