Breeders Cup betting season is here and there’s not much time left to shore up your Breeders Cup bets.
With so many top horses vying for the final starting spots in the Breeders Cup betting action it’s going to be a bit of a scramble down the home stretch. With the Classic promising to be one of the best in years many Breeders Cup betting fans have overlooked the turf race, which could turn out be the best race of the event.
Breeders Cup betting fans are dying to see the three-way race in the Classic, but so much attention has been paid to that race that many people overlooked what should be a great opportunity to make a Breeders Cup bet in the turf race. Ever since Henrythenavigator’s people announced that he’d be opting for the Breeders Cup betting Classic and not the turf race as many expected, this race has gone all but overlooked in the mainstream Breeders Cup betting media. But the race field is still full of talent and likely a much better race to place a Breeders Cup bet on in terms of payout.
Soldier of Fortune and Youmzain are two of the favorites in the turf race so far. Both are European-based horses and are coming off successful 2008 campaigns. European tracks are almost exclusively turf and many of the best turf horse run in Europe, so it’s not that strange to see the favorite of the Breeders Cup betting for this race based on the old continent.
Youmzian travels well and has run big races all over the globe so running in the Breeders Cup betting should be nothing surprising for this horse. In its last race in Paris he came second and looks to be in good form heading into the Breeders Cup betting. He’s only won one of his last five starts but has proven he can run big in big races and is accustomed to long distance travels such as the trip to eh Breeders Cup betting action.
Soldier of Fortune is a highly regarded horse and was the favorite in the October 5th Grand Prix de St Cloud. He finished third but is still favored by many Breeders Cup betting odds makers. This horse has run well earlier in the year and a change of continents just might wake him up for the Breeders Cup betting.
Red Rocks has been around forever it might seem to some Breeders Cup betting fans and he actually won the Breeders Cup bet turf race in 2006. This is a horse this up and down, but if he’s having a good day can beat any horse in this Breeders Cup betting field. In July he beat the socks off of Curlin at Belmont and has shown he has what it takes to win the Breeders Cup betting.
Open a New Account and start your Breeder’s Cup Wagering at SBG Global!