Breeders Cup Wagering – Ladies’ Classic Preview

November 30th, 2010 Breeders Cup Betting

The final race in Breeders Cup wagering on Friday is the Ladies’ Classic where Blind Luck will go off as the favorite.

This should be an exciting race with three horses getting the bulk of the action in Breeders Cup odds at Sbg global.

Blind Luck
You have to start with Blind Luck when you look at the Ladies’ Classic. The horse is the 9-5 morning line favorite. Blind Luck won the Kentucky Oaks back in the spring at Churchill Downs and very easily could win this race as well. She has never been out of the money in 14 career starts. She is a deserving favorite but this is the Breeders Cup and anything can happen and there is not a lot of value at 9-5.

Havre de Grace
She is the second choice in morning line odds at 4-1.  She has battled Blind Luck in three races and lost twice.  She is overvalued at 4-1 and may take a step back on Friday.

Life at Ten
Will either be the second or third choice behind Blind Luck. The horse knows how to win with six victories in the last year.  She has never lost at this distance and will be right there.

Unrivaled Belle
This horse has lost her last three races but beat Rachel Alexandra on this track back in the spring. She has some value if she goes off at the morning line odds of 8-1.

Malibu Prayer
You should get some excitement out of this horse as she should go to the lead. The problem is that she may not be able to hold on at this distance.

Has won twice at Churchill in the past and at 20-1 in Breeders Cup odds she has some outside value.

It’s Tea Time, Milwaukee Appeal, Acting Happy, Persistently and Seeking the Title are long shots.  When you look at betting this race you should be aware that the winner will normally be coming off a strong prep race and have run at least six times this year. They will have also won at least one Grade 1 race.

Life at Ten has some definite value in Breeders Cup wagering in this race.  Blind Luck and Havre de Grace may wear each other out and leave the race to be won by Life at Ten.

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