The Breeders’ Cup has been the greatest day in horse racing since the inaugural running at Hollywood Park 23 years ago
It is now the best day of the year for Breeders Cup wagering fans. Breeders Cup wagering fans know that the 2007 Breeders’ Cup will be even better as it expands to a two-day event. Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that the Breeders’ Cup World Championships is also a key factor in Eclipse Award voting.
Breeders Cup wagering fans may want to know that the Eclipse Awards look at the Horse of the Year award and are voted on annually by representatives of Daily Racing Form, the National Turf Writers Association and the National Thoroughbred Racing Association. Breeders Cup wagering fans may want to know that the 2006 Breeders’ Cup had every Eclipse Award winner participate. Breeders Cup wagering fans know it was the first time each horse was involved in the Breeders’ Cup.
Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that each of the Breeders’ Cup races is worth at least $1 million which makes the Breeders’ Cup the richest day in horse racing. Breeders Cup wagering fans know that the Breeders’ Cup has seen American champions like Azeri, A.P. Indy, Alysheba, Cigar, Personal Ensign, Ferdinand, Sunday Silence, and others. Breeders Cup wagering fans know that last year’s Breeder’s Cup at Churchill Downs had Ouija Board win her second title in three years in the Filly & Mare Turf. Breeders Cup wagering fans know that the other big winner was Invasor, who won the Classic and took home Horse of the Year honors.
Breeders Cup online wagering fans know that some European horses have also done well. In 1984 Lashkari to won the first Breeders’ Cup Turf. Miesque won in 1987 and 1988 and became the first multiple Breeders’ Cup race winner. Arcangues will always be remembered as the longshot horse for Breeders Cup online wagering fans. In 1993, Arcangues won the Classic at odds of 134-1 and paid $269.20, which is the highest payoff in Breeders’ Cup online wagering history.
Breeders Cup wagering fans should know that the Breeders’ Cup is held at a different racetrack in North America on a rotating basis. Breeders Cup wagering fans know that the 2007 Breeders’ Cup Classic is at Monmouth Park in New Jersey and will host an extra three races as the Breeders’ Cup expands from 8 races to 11. Breeders’ Cup online wagering fans know that the signature race at Monmouth Park should be the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic in which Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense is expected to be the prohibitive favorite.