Breeders Cup betting will be exciting this year with the two day event at Monmouth Park on October 26th and 27th.
The question for fans that get involved in Breeders Cup wagering will be how much of a factor experience at Monmouth Park will matter. Breeders Cup betting fans really want to take a serious look at horses that have either run a previous race at Monmouth or have trained at the Park. One trainer that Breeders Cup betting fans will want to look at for Breeders Cup wagering is Todd Pletcher.
Todd Pletcher trains seven horses that have either raced at Monmouth or trained at the track. They are Any Given Saturday, Lawyer Ron, English Channel, Honey Ryder, Indian Vale, Icy Atlantic, and Host. In the Classic it will be Any Given Saturday as one of the Breeders Cup betting favorites along with Curlin and Street Sense. In the Turf it is possible that English Channel will be the Breeders Cup betting favorite. Horses that have previous Monmouth experience in the Turf in addition to England Channel for Breeders Cup betting fans to consider are Better Talk Now, Honey Ryder and Icy Atlantic.
In the Distaff the horses with Monmouth experience for Breeders Cup wagering fans to consider are Hystericalady, Indian Vale and Prop Me Up. In the Sprint the horses with previous experience at Monmouth for Breeders Cup betting fans are Idiot Proof, Smokey Stover, Attila’s Storm and Talent Search. In the Filly & Mare Turf the only horse with previous experience is Honey Ryder if the horse does not go in another race. In the Mile the horses with experience for Breeders Cup wagering fans are Host, Kip Deville and Icy Atlantic.
Breeders Cup betting fans should remember that quite a few horses are pre-entered in multiple races. In the Dirt Mile the horses for Breeders Cup betting fans to look at with Monmouth experience are Gotcha Gold, Park Avenue Ball, Skip Away and Xchanger. In the Filly Sprint the horses are La Traviata, Wild Gams and Oprah Winney. In the Juvenile the only horse is Z Humor. There are no horses with past Monmouth experience in the Juvenile Fillies or the Juvenile Turf. One horse to watch though for Breeders Cup betting is Todd Pletcher’s Wait a While who can be a beast if the turf course is firm as it oftentimes is at Monmouth Park.