Breeders Cup Wagering Menu odds show a total of 11 races spread out over two days at Monmouth Park in New Jersey. A total of 141 horses were pre-entered for fans looking at Breeders Cup odds wagering.
Breeders Cup Wagering Menu odds will have three races on Friday, October 26th and eight races on Saturday, October 27th. The highlight on the Breeders Cup wagering menu is the 1 1/4-mile Classic. It has a prize pool of $5 million and is the richest race on the Breeders Cup wagering menu.
The field for the Classic includes many of the stars of horse racing including Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense, Preakness winner Curlin, Any Given Saturday, Hard Spun and Tiago. Top older horse Lawyer Ron is also included as is international star George Washington. The Classic will be the 11th and final race on the Breeders Cup wagering menu.
This year’s Breeders Cup wagering menu has three races – the Filly and Mare Sprint, Juvenile Turf, and Dirt Mile on Friday while the Saturday races on the Breeders Cup wagering menu include the Classic, the Juvenile Fillies, Juvenile, Filly and Mare Turf, Sprint, Mile, Distaff, and Turf. With this year’s Breeders Cup odds wagering taking place at Monmouth Park the track will be opened for a special four day meet beginning on Wednesday.
Taking a look at the Breeders Cup wagering menu for the Classic shows that Any Given Saturday brings a three-race win streak into the race including a win over the Monmouth track in the Haskell Invitational two months ago. That victory was over Curlin and Hard Spun. Curlin earlier this year won the Preakness, Arkansas Derby, and Rebel Stake and was third in the Kentucky Derby, and was second in the Belmont. Hard Spun ran in all three legs of the Triple Crown, with his best finishes a second in the Derby and a third in the Preakness.
Fans of Breeders Cup odds wagering should know he will be looking for his third straight win. Street Sense won the Kentucky Derby and Travers Stakes, and was a narrow second in the Preakness. Fans of Breeders Cup odds wagering should be aware that Lawyer Ron is the nation’s best older horse and has won the Whitney Handicap, Woodward Stakes, and Oaklawn Handicap. It should be an exciting Classic that caps a great day on the Breeders Cup wagering menu.