Breeders Cup Wagering Events on Friday

November 30th, 2010 Breeders Cup Betting

Breeders Cup wagering novices often think that the Breeders Cup online wagering refers only to the main event and a few warm up runs beforehand.

But the fact of the matter is Breeders Cup wagering encompasses two entire days of racing of various distances and surfaces. In fact, not only does Breeders Cup wagering play host to the best horses and the riders in the world but also to the most variety of any major horse racing event in the world.

Breeders Cup wagering enthusiasts are already more than aware of the great variety that Breeders Cup online wagering offers, but for the novice, here is a quick run down of the various races that you can find when taking in the Breeders Cup wagering action.

The Breeders Cup wagering action kicks off on Friday with the Fillies Stakes race on turf. This is a race for two-year-old fillies, sort of a ‘rising stars’ type of race that attracts plenty of attention for Breeders Cup online wagering. The next race on Friday is also for fillies and mares (as are all the races on Fridays) and is unique to the Breeders Cup. It’s a sprint event held on turf, or a synthetic track. At 7 furlongs, it is too short to qualify as a graded stakes race, but provides plenty of rapid entertainment and a great Breeders Cup wagering opportunity.

Friday racing then turns to a series of $2 million turf and track races at distances slightly over a mile. They provide a great warm up for Breeders Cup wagering fans on day one. The Juvenile is one of the more exciting races in the Breeders Cup wagering featuring the up-and-coming horses. It’s open to two-year-old fillies and is run on dirt. The next race is the Filly and Mare Turf race which is generally run at 1 ¼ mile length, and is the last chance for enthusiasts to engage in Breeders Cup wagering before the main event.

The end of these races leads to the highlight of the Friday Breeders Cup online wagering which is, of course, the Breeders Cup Ladies Classic. The Breeders Cup Ladies Classic features the best fillies and mares in the world. The race is graded by weight and is only for horses three years old and up. If a horse qualifies for this Breeders Cup wagering event, it can consider itself among the best in the world.

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